SOA Principles and Java Implementation by hcj


									IIIT, Hyderabad announces One-day Tutorial on

Tentative Content of the tutorial
I—Technology Concepts
Introduce concepts related to SOA with a low-down on technologies and the underlying need for SOA.

‘Service Oriented Architecture’
in collaboration with ‘Sonic Software Corporation & Pramati Technologies’ Objective
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is becoming an essential aspect of the enterprise IT strategy. SOA as a concept enables designing IT solutions to be easily extensible to support automated biz-processes that span multiple solutions/applications. SOA as infrastructure offers the ability to register, discover, and use services, where the architecture is dynamic in nature and where the complexity of the infrastructure is hidden from the programmers. SOA allows taking existing software components residing on the network and allows them to be published, invoked and discovered by each other. SOA allows a software programmer to model programming problems in terms of services offered by components to anyone, anywhere over the network. SOA is 90% philosophy and 10% technology. This workshop attempts to unstitch the philosophy and discuss enterprise grade implementation approaches using technologies.

1. Enterprise IT Solutions today 2. The integration problem 3. What is SOA? Why SOA? 4. Web Services Overview 5. Service-Oriented Architecture 6. Component-Based Service Development II SOA Standards and Specifications
Discuss SOA related standards in the market with a discussion on various specifications.

1. Technologies at a glance 2. Legacy- services existed even with EDI! 3. Standards in the space 4. Web Services as the foundation 5. Service invocation & Service implementation 6. Communication Infrastructure 7. What is a “bus” 8. Biz processes and Orchestration of Services III SOA—Infrastructure Building Blocks
The technology inside SOA runtime. The building blocks of SOA along with do-it-yourself approaches

Who should attend? 1. Software Engineers/Developers, who want to understand
the concepts and benefits of service based enterprise backbones and understand the design considerations for the emerging concepts of SOA and integrating IT applications. 2. The workshop will be a reference and a definitive guide for developers evaluating technologies for their SOA based application implementation.

1. SOA Infrastructure- Services & Service Containers. Service Invocation 2. Technology introduction: P2P / Web Services; SOA over J2EE; SOA over ESB 3. SOA using WS 4. J2EE- server centric SOA framework 5. JMS: Building SOA using simple Messaging6. MOM 7. Enterprise class—ESB 8. B2B (ebXML, EDI, Rosetta net) IV SOA—Design Considerations and SOA Products Overview
Service Orientation, Design Blueprints, adoption considerations &

Registration & Fee
Being first effort in the area of „Service Oriented Architecture‟ and to benefit large number of IT Professionals a nominal Fee of Rs2500/- (Two Thousand Five Hundred only) will be charged to cover all expenditure on conduct, including Tutorial material, Food and other expenditure for Hall etc. Please send Registration Fee along with details of Participating Engineers by DD/Cheque payable to “IIIT Hyderabad” latest by 26 Mar 2005 to the address given below. Since there are limited seats, these will be allotted on first come first serve basis. e-mail registration can also be done at by sending scanned copy of DD/Cheque.

technology, database internals, Internet architectures and frameworks. Being an accomplished technologist and an effective technology evangelist, he regularly speaks at workshops and seminars. He is also active in JCP and SPEC organizations and is a member of several Standards Expert groups including J2EE 1.3 and the founding member of Ramesh runs a well read blog on Middleware Systems and occasionally has blog writings featured in online journals including sys-con. Affiliation: Evangelism: Blog: Hema Venkataraman has over 17 year experience in the field of Information Technology. She is basically a Product Architect at Pramati Technologies. Presently, Hema leads the QA team, driving the test automation infrastructure development and product testing\of the ESB Tools.

Brief Bio-data of Instructors
Bill Wood works for Sonic Software Corporation as a senior technical Fellow. Most recently, he has been focusing on the Sonic ESB™, an Enterprise Service Bus used by companies and organizations as the backbone of their service oriented architecture. He has been a lead architect and developer on projects at Sonic in message oriented middleware, Java Message Service implementations, routing algorithms, and business to business messaging. Prior to Sonic, he was one of three Fellows at Progress Software Corporation working on databases, web-based business applications, and development environments. Bill has degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, including a Masters of Science from the Man-Machine Systems Laboratory focusing on computer-human interaction. In addition to numerous articles, Bill holds two software patents. Ramesh Loganathan has 15 years of systems engineering and R&D management experience in technology intensive product development organizations including Pramati Technologies (VP, Engineering) and Informix (Principal Engineer). He has full lifecycle experience setting up and managing a product development group with strong insight into Systems software, middleware-

Venue Room No.119 Seminar Hall IIIT Campus, Gachibowli, Hyderabad 500 019 Date & Time Tuesday 29 Mar 2005 from 0930 to 1730hrs

Overall Coordination Maj Gen (Retd) Dr R K Bagga AVSM Advisor (Outreach Div) & SCSL Chairman, Div VII (Data Security) CSI International Institute of Information Technology Gachibowli, Hyderabad - 500019, India Tel: 91-40-23001967/Ext: 119 Fax: 2300 1413 email:; URL: &

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