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Interactive Classroom: Creating a Sound SOA Strategy
This classroom explores the fundamentals of creating a SOA strategy. Learn how application development has moved on from ''captive'' in-house applications to Web applications and mobile applications, in a brief discussion on trends in Service-oriented architecture, Web services, and application development with SearchSOA.com's editor Jack Vaughan.
Plus, discover what independent consultant Michael Rosen identifies as the four areas where BPM failure occurs and how to bolster struggling BPM projects with solid SOA techniques. Finally, review best practices for avoiding common failures in SOA and BPM projects.
SpeakersMike Rosen Director at Cutter Consortium
Mike Rosen is director of Cutter Consortium's Business & Enterprise Architecture practice. He has authored dozens of articles and reports and is co-author of Applied SOA: Service-Oriented Architecture and Design Strategies; Developing E-Business Systems and Architectures: A Manager's Guide; and Integrating CORBA and COM Applications. He is a founding member of the Business Architect's Guild and is active in industry standards with the OMG. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.Jack Vaughan Editor of SearchSOA.com
Jack Vaughan writes stories and oversees editorial coverage for SearchDataManagement.com. He previously worked as editor of TechTarget's SearchSOA.com, SearchVB.com, TheServerSide.net