SOA Forum Switzerland 2009, EDSOA - Benefits and Best Practices

A few weeks back I spoke at the "SOA Forum Switzerland 2009" organized by IPT about "Event-Driven SOA" and the actual benefits when you employ both architectures as combined force.

The slides I used are a variation of what Manas and me presented in Amsterdam at the first International SOA Symposium, and can be found here.

Feel free to grab them, or throw comments at me ;-)

Comments:

Nice slides, ... we are quite close in the way of thinking

Posted by Christoph on November 30, 2009 at 10:39 PM PST #

Hi Clemens, I'm looking into using the EDN in my project, but I cannot find information describing the details of how the EDN reliably guarantees delivery of your event, nor what would happen if say an event subscribing mediator component calls a simple web service that then causes a SOAP fault. Would this cause it to rollback and retry, just fail, or would you need to either use fault policies in your composite to handle this? Alternatively I can add a BPEL process to my composite to handle the fault, notifications to users, etc., but looking to avoid the stateful BPEL solution if it's possible to just use a mediator. As always, thanks for the helpful information on your blog! James

Posted by James on February 27, 2010 at 03:37 AM PST #

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