Tuesday Jan 07, 2014

BPM and SOA are going mobile by Guido Schmutz & Torsten Winterberg

An Architecture Perspective presented at Oracle OpenWorld 2013.



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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 Apr 26, 2013

DOAG 2013 Middleware Summit: June 6th 2013, Mainz Germany

Want to learn more about Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c from WebLogic to SOA & BPM Suite?

Attend the German Oracle User Group Conference June 6th 2013 in Mainz Germany.  For details please visit the registration page!

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Wednesday Apr 24, 2013

SOA Blueprint: A Toolbox for Architects – article at OTN and Service Technology Magazine

image32this article introduces the foundations that need to be established in order to implement functional SOA processes. Rather than presenting specific tools, we will define a broadly applicable SOA blueprint whose individual modules can be topped up with commercial products or increasingly available open source offerings.

A Company Blueprint

Upon examination of Figure 1, the vision of adaptive enterprise computing is illustrated as a meta-blueprint for the overall company with three differentiated levels:

  • Infrastructure Level - This level is formed by databases, storage systems, application servers, and all other IT resources that are required to run IT systems.
  • Application System Level - This level houses entire applications, both individual applications and standard software, as well as services relating to SOA, workflow and BPM systems.
  • Process Management Level - Functional requirements are manifested in the process design and then implemented at the lower levels.

Figure 1An advanced service-oriented architecture is the most effective option for implementing the functional requirements at the application-system level. The more superior the mapping of existing business services to the functional steps in process models is, the more the business-IT gap shrinks.

Various back-coupling loops represent the actual added value of this meta-blueprint, meaning consistent usage of services and technical processes enables the measuring of KPIs. This in turn facilitates process control and ultimately the optimization of processes. The more progress a company makes in implementing their SOA, the greater and faster are the effects to be achieved for adaptive
enterprise computing. ... read the full article here

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Jürgen Kress Hajo NormannClemens Utschig-UtschigTorsten WinterbergDanilo SchmiedelGuido SchmutzBernd TropsBerthold Maier

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Tuesday Apr 23, 2013

Industrial SOA article at OTN and Service Technology Magazine

image3SOA and service-orientation have laid the foundation for a variety of emergent service technology innovations, while the original building blocks of SOA and service-orientation continue to evolve by embracing fundamental service technologies, concepts and practices. These new technology innovations do not replace service-orientation; they use it as their basis.

Service-orientation continues to evolve towards a factory approach, towards industrializing integrated platforms, such as BI, master data management (MDM), mobile front-ends, BPM, adaptive processes, Big Data and Cloud Computing – all of which add architectural layers upon SOA-based infrastructure. All of these technologies can interface via standardized data and functions, published as service contracts, in order to avoid redundancy – that's service-orientation. Let's take a closer look. The amount of data, which companies produce and store tends to grow on an on-going basis. This includes structured data (for example, from ERP systems or data warehouses), as well as unstructured data (for example, from e-mails). With the rise of social media services like twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and the emphasis on Customer Experience Management, the amount of data and data sources has increased dramatically. To integrate all of these data sources through an SOA-approach is essential. The models, principles and patterns behind SOA and service-orientation can be applied to formalize interoperability between... read the full article here

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Jürgen Kress Hajo NormannClemens Utschig-UtschigTorsten WinterbergDanilo SchmiedelGuido SchmutzBernd TropsBerthold Maier

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Monday Apr 22, 2013

Industrial SOA article series – for architects and experts

imageIndustrial SOA is a 14-part  article series focused on service orientation, written collaboratively by a group of recognized experts and community leaders in service oriented architecture.

"SOA and service-orientation have laid the foundation for a variety of emergent service technology innovations such as cloud computing and big data, while the original building blocks of SOA and service-orientation continue to evolve by embracing fundamental service technologies, concepts and practices."

  • Preface: Industrial SOA
  • Chapter 1: SOA Blueprint
  • Chapter 2: Project Categories
  • Chapter 3: Service Categories
  • Chapter 4: SOA Maturity
  • Chapter 5: Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
  • Chapter 6: Security
  • Chapter 7: Transactions and Compensation
  • Chapter 8: SOA and User Interaction (UI)
  • Chapter 9: Mobile
  • Chapter 10: Events
  • Chapter 11: MDM and SOA
  • Chapter 12: BPM and ACM
  • Chapter 13: SOA and Cloud

The articles are & will be published at OTN and the Service Technology Magazine.

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Jürgen Kress Hajo NormannClemens Utschig-UtschigTorsten WinterbergDanilo SchmiedelGuido SchmutzBernd TropsBerthold Maier

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Monday Feb 20, 2012

Service Bus 11g Development Cookbook

The Oracle Service Bus Development Cookbook is a book which contains more than 80 practical recipes to develop service- and message-oriented solutions on the Oracle Service Bus 11g.image

This cookbook is full of immediately usable recipes showing how to efficiently develop on the Oracle Service Bus. In addition to its cookbook style, which ensures the solutions are presented in a clear step-by-step manner, the explanations go into great detail, which makes it good learning material for everyone who has experience with the OSB and wants to improve. Most of the recipes are designed in such a way that each recipe is presented as a separate, standalone entity and reading of prior recipes is not required. The finished solution of each recipe is also made available electronically.

The 80+ recipes are organized into the following chapters (the digit behind the title showing the number of recipes in that chapter):

  • Creating a basic OSB service (13)
  • Working efficiently with OSB artifacts in Eclipse OEPE (7)
  • Messaging with JMS transport (9)
  • Using EJB and JEJB transport (5)
  • Using HTTP transport (5)
  • Using File and Mail transports (5)
  • Using JCA adapter to communicate to the database (6)
  • Using SOA Direct transport to communicate with SOA Suite (4)
  • Communication, Flow Control and Message Processing (10)
  • Reliable communication with OSB (5)
  • Handling Message-Level Security requirements (9)
  • Handling Transport-Level Security requirements (4)  

Almost a year ago the author team meet at our SOA & BPM Community Forum in Utrecht. Guido Schmutz our OSB guru from Swiss formed a team that delivered the book in less than 12 months! Congratulations to all the authors Guido Schmutz, Edwin Biemond, Jan van Zoggel , Mischa Kölliker and Eric Elzinga!

Book Details

Language : English
Paperback : 522 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : January 2012
ISBN : 1849684448
ISBN 13 : 978-1-84968-444-6
Author(s) : Guido Schmutz, Edwin Biemond , Jan van Zoggel , Mischa Kölliker , Eric Elzinga
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Cookbooks, Enterprise, Oracle

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