Like the previous series, the latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast program was also recorded in a hotel room just around the corner from Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco just a few weeks ago. The gathered experts, all members of the OTN architect community, agreed to participate in an informal roundtable discussion of what's happening in Service Oriented Architecture. As you'll hear, the conversation ranged from the maturity of Service Oriented Architecture technology and tools, to the the lingering and typically self-imposed problems that can prevent organizations from realizing the full potential of SOA, to what SOA means in the era of *aaS, mobile computing, and big data.
Hajo Normann, Torsten Winterberg, Ronald van Luttikhuizen, and Guido Schmutz (L-R)
Hajo Normann, Torsten Winterberg, Danilo Schmeidel, and Lonneke Dikmans (L-R)
The Panelists (Listed alphabetically)
- Lonneke Dikmans, Managing Partner at Vennster, Oracle ACE Director
- Ronald van Luttikuhuizen, Managing Partner at Vennster, Oracle ACE Director
- Hajo Normann, SOA & BPM Lead for ASG at Accenture, Oracle ACE Director
- Danilo Schmiedel, Solution Architect at Opitz Consulting
- Guido Schmutz, Technology Manager for SOA/BPM and Architecture Board at Trivadis, Oracle ACE Director
- Torsten Winterberg, Director of Strategy and Innnovation and head of SOA Competence Center at Opitz Consulting, Oracle ACE Director
- Listen to Part 1: SOA technology and tools are mature, says this panel of experts, but why do some organizations still struggle to take full advantage of industrialized SOA?
- Listen to Part 2: Human nature and a lack of trust among stakeholders can thwart successful SOA. Can a marketplace approach and social tools improve the situation?
- Listen to Part 3: Do SOA stakeholders recognize the problems caused by poor communication among siloed service development teams?
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