Clemens Utschig-Utschig & Manas Deb The Successful Execution of the SOA and BPM Vision Using a Business Capability Framework: Concepts and Examples @ SOA, Cloud & Service Technology Symposium 2012
By Juergenkress-Oracle on Jul 23, 2012
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The International SOA, Cloud + Service Technology Symposium is a yearly event that features the top experts and authors from around the world, providing a series of keynotes, talks, demonstrations, and panels, as well as training and certification workshops - all dedicated to empowering IT professionals to realize modern service technologies and practices in the real world.
The Successful Execution of the SOA and BPM Vision Using a Business Capability Framework: Concepts and Examples
At a basic level, SOA advocates software development using self-sustaining packages of IT assets, aka "services". Each of these services typically represents a unit of business functionality. Similarly, Business Process Management (BPM) focuses on the comprehensive discipline of creating, managing and improving "business processes" which are articulations of (business) activities that help a business function.
A business process often needs services for its execution; a service can sometime include one or more business processes. Thus, relevance of SOA and BPM to the success of a business is immediate and obvious. In fact, over the last decade, a great amount of attention and effort have been dedicated by businesses and technologists to derive substantial benefit from SOA + BPM vision. However, the yield has been quite uneven across companies attempting this combined adoption. Some are enjoying superior competitive advantages, while others have only garnered modest ROIs.
In this fast-paced presentation, author Clemens Utschig-Utschig and Manas Deb explain how ne of the key reasons for low returns from combined SOA and BPM adoption has been the lack of focus on "business capabilities". Strategies are conceived in order to achieve the goals and objectives of a business; for successful execution of a strategy a set of accurate and well-defined business capabilities is necessary. Using conceptual discussions and examples from the industry, this presentation will explain how business capabilities are related to business strategy execution, and in turn how SOA and BPM adoption can build upon and improve such business capabilities.
Clemens Utschig-Utschig works for Boehringer-Ingelheim′s Global Business Services (GBS) as Chief Architect, helping to establish GBS′ next gen′ business architecture based on service orientation. Before joining BI he worked at the Oracle Headquarters in the United States as platform architect, working with the Fusion Applications development as advisor and supported customers all around the world on their journey towards implementing enterprise-wide SOA. During his platform engineering years, Clemens was responsible for cross product integration, strategic standards as well as a member to the Oracle′s SOA platform steering committee, and served on the OASIS TC for Service Component Architecture (SCA).
In 2006 Clemens co-founded the "Masons-of-SOA", an inter-company network founded by architects of Oracle Germany, Opitz, SOPERA (Eclipse Project Swordfish founders) and EDS, with the mission of spreading knowledge, fostering discussion and supporting SOA programs across companies and borders. After 14 articles on advanced SOA topics in the German Java Magazin, a three patterns in Thomas Erl′s SOA Design Patterns catalogue, they are currently working on "Next Generation SOA" - slated to release as part of the Service Oriented Computing Series of Prentice Hall for late 2010. Clemens is also a co-author of the SOA Manifesto.
Dr. Manas Deb
is a Senior Director in the Fusion Middleware/SOA+BPM+Governance Suites
Group at Oracle HQ. He currently leads strategic engagement initiatives
for Oracle's service-oriented integration and BPM solutions worldwide.
He is also responsible for Oracle's SOA methodology initiatives. Manas
has worked in the software industry for over 20 years, most of which was
spent in software product management/marketing and on architecting and
leading a wide variety of enterprise-level application development and
business integrations projects in a wide variety of industries. He
attended post-graduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin. He
has a PhD in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, as well as an
MBA. Click Here to View Speaker Profile
KEYNOTES & SPEAKERS
More than 80 international subject matter experts will be speaking at the Symposium. Below are confirmed keynotes and speakers so far. Over 50% of the agenda has not yet been finalized. Many more speakers to come. View the partial program calendars on the Conference Agenda page.
CONFERENCE THEMES & TRACKS
- Cloud Computing Architecture & Patterns
- New SOA & Service-Orientation Practices & Models
- Emerging Service Technology Innovation
- Service Modeling & Analysis Techniques
- Service Infrastructure & Virtualization
- Cloud-based Enterprise Architecture
- Business Planning for Cloud Computing Projects
- Real World Case Studies
- Semantic Web Technologies (with & without the Cloud)
- Governance Frameworks for SOA and/or Cloud Computing Projects
- Service Engineering & Service Programming Techniques
- Interactive Services & the Human Factor
- New REST & Web Services Tools & Techniques
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