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Architecting High Performance SOA Applications

Application performance issues are often not addressed properly, being left unresolved until the testing and production stages of the development lifecycle. This often limits the success of these application development initiatives and can adversely affect the end-user experience. Discover how to attain optimal performance from your SOA and Web applications throughout the application development process.

Application performance is a critical issue that is often relegated to the testing and production stages of the development lifecycle. However, many performance issues can be avoided through proper architecture and better planning for non-functional requirements. Service-oriented architecture offers many benefits, but if care is not given you may not get the benefits you expected.

In this webcast Frank Cohen will look at the promises of modern application development and will point out things you should be aware of when creating services so you that your end result is a successful, high-performance architecture.


Frank Cohen Author of FastSOA Frank is the author of several books, including FastSOA, the way to use native XML technology to build scalable service oriented architecture, and Java Testing and Design. He is also the founder of PushToTest, the open-source test automation solutions business.
CA Technologies.
Apr 29, 2008, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)

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