Monday Apr 07, 2014

Podcast Show Notes: Finding a Shorter Path to SOA

A podcast featuring Oracle ACE Directors Lonneke Dikmans, Simon Haslam, and Ronald van Luttikhuizen in a discussion about strategies for simplifyng SOA implementation.

The OTN ArchBeat Podcast kicks off the new year with a conversation with three highly experienced SOA experts about strategies for dealing with some of the problems that can thwart SOA efforts within some organizations. One of those strategies involves a new collaborative venture that promises to remove many of the technical hurdles on the path to SOA implementation. Listen to the podcast here.

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Friday Dec 20, 2013

SOA Made Simple | Introduction to SOA by Ronald van Luttikhuizen

A lot of organizations are implementing, or want to implement, Service Oriented Architecture to support their goals. Service Oriented Architecture is a natural step in the evolution of Information Technology; we started out with big systems in universities and banks, and moved to desktop computers in the workplace and at home. We are now moving to solutions in the cloud, offering services to consumers and businesses alike, adding mobile computing to the mix. So what is a service? A service is something that has value. Service orientation is not a difficult concept to grasp, everyone knows services and uses them daily; think of a hotel that offers a shuttle service to the nearest airport. Or the hairdresser that cuts your hair. This presentation introduces SOA, using a practical and simple approach. It is done without overly complex abstractions, but with examples from different industries and hands-on experience. Get the presentation here.

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Wednesday Oct 16, 2013

Supporting multiple ebMS service versions in Oracle B2B by Ronald van Luttikhuizen

In recent years I've been involved in different Oracle B2B implementations and troubleshooting projects based on ebMS and AS2 protocols. Not so long ago, I came across a project that needed to support multiple versions of an ebMS service. Versioning is quite trivial for SOAP and RESTful Web Services using e.g. different namespaces, version indicators in endpoint locations, and so on. However, it is a bit different for ebMS-based services implemented in a B2B gateway.

Case
ebMS is one of the protocols supported by the Dutch government standard DigiKoppeling for exchanging information between governments such as municipalities, provinces, and departments. In this particular case, the existing integration flow that needed to support a new version of an ebMS service is as follows: Read the full article here.

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Thursday Jul 11, 2013

Article published | Fault Handling and Prevention (II) by Ronald van Luttikhuizen & Guido Schmutz

Oracle Technology Network (OTN) published the article Fault Handling and Prevention - Part 2 (Fault Handling and Prevention for Services in Oracle Service Bus) by Ronald van Luttikhuizen and Guido Schmutz.

Figure 1Part 1 of this article series on Fault Handling and Prevention discussed what fault handling is and why it is important. It also addressed the specific challenges in handling faults in a service-oriented landscape as compared to traditional systems. Part 1 concluded by presenting a sample scenario, an Order process implemented in a BPM and SOA environment, discussed potential pitfalls, and described generic fault prevention and recovery patterns.

Part 2 concentrates on concrete fault handling and prevention measures in the integration layer that are realized through Oracle Service Bus (OSB). The integration layer covers typical elements and integration functionality, such as Adapters for connectivity to back-end systems, Routing, Transformation, and Filtering.
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Friday May 31, 2013

SOA Made Simple by Lonneke Dikmans , Ronald van Luttikhuizen

SOA Made SimpleSOA is an industry term which is often preached like a religion rather than taught like a technology, and over time, grasping the concept has become unnecessarily difficult.

Many companies proclaim that they do not know where to begin with SOA, while others have begun their SOA effort but have not reaped the benefits they were convinced it would bring.

SOA Made Simple” explains what SOA is in simple terminology and by using real-life examples. Service-orientation is already a very natural way of thinking for business stakeholders that want to realize and sell services to potential clients, and this book helps you to realize that concept both in theory and practice. After reading “SOA Made Simple” you will have a clear understanding of what SOA is so you can implement and govern SOA in your own organization. If you are an architect who wants to be completely clear in your understanding of what SOA is, then this book is essential. In fact, anyone (designer, developer, administrator or team lead) who is implementing or about to implement an architecture in an IT environment should not miss out on “SOA Made Simple”.

If you published a book feel free to add it to our publications wiki!

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Thursday Apr 18, 2013

From the Trenches | Patching OSB and SOA Suite to PS5 by Ronald van Luttikhuizen

Recently I was involved in an Oracle Fusion Middleware upgrade from 11g PS2 to 11g PS5 with Jacco Landlust, Aiman Salama, and Jens Peters. The environment that was patched consists of the following domains:

  • Java domain running Java/JEE applications;
  • IDM domain running identity management components including OID;
  • SOA domain running Oracle Service Bus and Oracle SOA Suite. 

The domains consist of several Managed Servers in a single-node cluster configuration. OSB and SOA Suite both run in their own Managed Server.
There are plenty of excellent blogs that discuss the infrastructure and middleware side of such an upgrade. This blogs contains some things we encountered from the application side of things. More specific, the SOA composites and OSB projects.

Rebuild custom Java classes and JAR files in the SOA extension library
You can add custom Java classes and JAR files to SOA Suite that are used by your SOA composites. The SOA extension library for adding extension classes and JARs is available in the $ORACLE_HOME/soa/modules/oracle.soa.ext_11.1.1 directory. For example, an extension can be used to add a custom fault handler. Read the full article here.

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Monday Sep 10, 2012

Learn Advanced ADF online – for free by Grant Ronald

DF knowledge is key for any BPM implementation! The second part of the advanced ADF online eCourse is Live now! This covers the advanced topics of region and region interaction as well as getting down and dirty with some of the layout features of ADF Faces, skinning and DVT components.

The aim of this course is to give you a self-paced learning aid which covers the more advanced topics of ADF development. The content is developed by Product Management and our Curriculum development teams and is based on advanced training material we have been running internally for about 18 months. We will get started on the next chapter, but in the meantime, please have a look at chapters one and two.

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Friday Mar 23, 2012

Start small, grow fast your SOA footprint by Edwin Biemond, Ronald van Luttikhuizen and Demed L’Her

A set of pragmatic best practices for deploying a simple and sound SOA footprint that can grow with business demand. The paper contains details about Administrative considerations & Infrastructure considerations & Development considerations& Architectural considerations
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We are very interested to publish papers jointly with our partner community. Here is a list of possible SOA whitepapers that I am very interested in seeing published (note that the list is not exhaustive and I welcome any other topic you would like to volunteer).

The format for these whitepapers would ideally be a 5 to 12 pages document, possibly with a companion sample (to be hosted on http://java.net/projects/oraclesoasuite11g ). It is not a marketing stuff. We will get them published on OTN, with proper credits and use social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) to promote them. For information, the "quickstart guide" was downloaded more than 11,000 titles over just 2 months, following a similar approach. These papers are a great way to get exposure and build your resume.

We would prefer if we could get 2 people to collaborate on these papers (ideally 1 partner or customer and 1 oracle person). This guarantees some level of peer review and gives greater legitimacy to the paper. If you are Interested? Please contact Demed L’Her Thank you!

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