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Advanced SOA (SOA 2.0): training course

Learn The Principles Of Modern Service Oriented Architecture And How These Can Be Used To Help Design Robust Web Services For Your Organisation

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"Our tailored course provided a well rounded introduction and also covered some intermediate level topics that we needed to know. Clive gave us some best practice ideas and tips to take away. Fast paced but the instructor never lost any of the delegates"

Brian Leek, Data Analyst, May 2022

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20/05/24 - 2 days
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Course Overview

SOA 2.0 is the combination of traditional Service Oriented Architecture and Event-Driven Architecture. Software modules (such as Web Services) become related to Business Components, and real-time alerts and event notifications brought in to the orchestration too.

The original SOA concept was not typically event-driven - rather it has traditionally featured direct calls from one piece of software to another in a client-server process.

Oracle and Sun are championing the implementation of SOA 2.0, through their respective Fusion Middleware and JavaEE enterprise platforms.

The substance of SOA 2.0 is considered by some parties as purely "Advanced SOA"...However you want to label it, there are several important features which should prove beneficial to any organisation striving to implement a Service Oriented Architecture to improve its workflow and business processes.

 

Course Detail

SOA and EDA

The fusion of SOA and EDA into ED-SOA
Combining events and services
Business rule processing
Transforming messages
Solicit-Response
Different ways of thinking about problem solving
WS-Eventing
Potential overlap between SOA and EDA
Standardizing event processing rules

Fundamental EDA Characteristics

Decoupled interactions
Publish/Subscribe messaging
Many-to-many communications
Event-based triggers
Asynchronous interactions
How does ED-SOA support faster responses?

Event-driven Architecture

Event processors
Using a dashboard
Event monitoring
Event infrastructure
Propagation of events
Kicking off a business process

SOA Action Framework

Triggering actions
Subscribing to an event
The ESB and event propagation
Complex event processing
Event consumers
Event producers
Storing and forwarding events
Facilitating system responsiveness

Event processing Styles

Triggering actions
Subscribing to an event
The ESB and event propagation
Complex event processing
Event consumers
Event producers
Storing and forwarding events
Facilitating system responsiveness

Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

Standard-based connectivity
Transport services
Message routing capabilities
Message transformation features
Event services
Mediation capabilities
Protocol mediation
Content mediation
Configuring a simple ESB solution
Pervasive integration
Reliable integration

WS-Eventing

Delivery modes
Subscription managers
Notations and terminology
Subscription messages
Notifications
Faults
Security considerations
Message security
Access control

Complex Event Processing (CEP)

CQL - Complex Query Language
Event Attributes or properties
Granularity of events
Using timestamps
Creation time and arrival time
Event processing language (EPL)
Event processing agents (EPA)
Composite events
Derived events
Event source and event channel

SOA event Patterns

Discovering event patterns
Commands
Queries
Event pattern monitoring
Monitoring for control of process execution
Event cascade
When to use event patterns
Event sourcing
Structuring the event handler logic
Reversing events

SOA events and the Service Level Agreement (SLA)

Importance of a Service level agreement
Keeping services within the agreement
Instances violating the SLA
Priority for executing risk assessment steps
Building autonomous processes
Monitoring and event pattern triggering
Dependence between events

Software Platform for ED-SOA

Software Tools for ED-SOA
Event-optimized runtimes
Supporting bulk application of rules
Dynamic data-driven event definition
Agents and streams
Guaranteed pause times
Sensors and event-processing agents
Responders

Conclusions

Building of processes facilitated by ED-SOA
ED-SOA constructed using BPM
CEP principles as component of ED-SOA
The increasing quest for control of BP
Real time autonomous operation
Gathering business intelligence from events
The way of the future

JBI training course London UK

Ideally suited to high-level enterprise application architects, developers and managers

5 star

4.8 out of 5 average

"Our tailored course provided a well rounded introduction and also covered some intermediate level topics that we needed to know. Clive gave us some best practice ideas and tips to take away. Fast paced but the instructor never lost any of the delegates"

Brian Leek, Data Analyst, May 2022



“JBI  did a great job of customizing their syllabus to suit our business  needs and also bringing our team up to speed on the current best practices. Our teams varied widely in terms of experience and  the Instructor handled this particularly well - very impressive”

Brian F, Team Lead, RBS, Data Analysis Course, 20 April 2022

 

 

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Why come to JBI for SOA Training?

Event Driven Architecture (EDA) training

Our EDA SOA training focuses on building and analyzing an architecture framework that builds upon the SOA reference architecture. Services are used as event generators, signifying a problem or impending problem, an opportunity, a threshold, or a deviation. Upon generation, the events are immediately disseminated to all interested parties (human or automated). The interested parties evaluate the event, and optionally take action. The event-driven actions may include the invocation of a service, the triggering of a business process, and/or further information publication/syndication.

EDA Best Practices

During the course, we will discuss patterns to generate viable, agile architectures that can be comprised of a blend of architecture strategies, including (but not limited to) service-oriented architecture, event-driven architecture, process-based architecture, federated information, enterprise integration and open source adoption. There will be many opportunities to reflect on your own organization and how you can blend these architectures into one overarching solution for your specific business.

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