Genuine Integration Services

SOA Essentials - Service Oriented Architecture

Genuine Integration Services
Inhouse

£990
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Typology Training
Methodology Inhouse
Duration 2 Days
  • Training
  • Inhouse
  • Duration:
    2 Days
Description

The SOA training gives organizations a head start by offering a transparent view of the generally accepted industry best practices for implementing SOA solutions. You'll enjoy first-hand information about recently developed tools and technology that allow for smoother business processes and seamless trading partner integration. Throughout this course, we strive to give you facts.
Suitable for: Consultants,Project Managers,System engineers,Designers, Architects,System analysts, Business Analysts and Architects.

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· Requirements

Good knowledge of english, exposure to architectural topics

Teachers and trainers (1)

Van der Stighelen Philippe
Van der Stighelen Philippe
Trainer

Philippe Van der Stighelen is an independent consultant, lecturer and author. As a coach/consultant he has advised a multitude of organizations on designing their information processing and service oriented architecture. Worldwide, Philippe has built a very good reputation as a speaker on conferences and seminars. His lectures are always received with great enthusiasm and get excellent evaluations.

Course programme

What is service oriented architecture?
  • Creating a common understanding of SOA
  • The evolution of SOA
  • Introduce the concepts of services and SOA
  • Why businesses need to innovate
  • SOA is not about web services
  • How SOA enables innovation
The Business Impact of SOA
  • The benefits of employing SOA
  • Review of common business goals
  • The risks associated with the SOA approach
  • Evaluating tradeoff strategies
SOA Roadmap
  • SOA maturity model
  • The SOA adoption roadmap
  • SOA expansion stages
  • Start with the business
  • Defining a business component model
  • Identifying differentiators and commodity
The different Service types
  • Categorizing services
  • Enterprise services and Process centric services
  • Data centric services and Logic centric services
  • Intermediary services and application frontends
  • Basic services
Modeling SOA building blocks
  • Using UML to analyse service requirements
  • Generating a domain model
  • Service oriented analysis and design overview
  • Identifying basic services
  • Usage of sequence and activity diagrams
  • The need for a structured analysis process
SOA Governance
  • Aligning IT and Business through governance
  • The importance of a repository
  • Dependencies between services and business components
  • Governance is not management
  • Metrics, KPI's and continuous improvement
  • Who sits on the SOA Board?
A Service Oriented Reference Model
  • Reference models and reference architectures
  • The OASIS reference model and architecture
  • SOA vendors and their relationship with SOA
  • SOA support in .NET and J2EE platforms
Case Studies
  • A telecommunications firm
  • The Vision, the strategy
  • Choosing a Pilot project -setting expectations
  • Setting up the SOA board
  • Establishing a business component model
  • Evaluating the Pilot's results and KPI's
Next Steps
  • Avoiding the 'big bang' situation
  • A phased approach with incremental improvements
  • Understanding the SOA maturity model

Additional information

Students per class: 500

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