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Author Weir, Luis Augusto.
Title Oracle SOA governance 11g implementation : successfully implement SOA governance using Oracle SOA Governance Suite 11g with the help of practical examples and real-world use cases / Luis Augusto Weir, Andrew Bell.
Imprint Birmingham : Packt Publishing, 2013.

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Series Professional expertise distilled.
Subject Oracle (Computer file)
Service-oriented architecture (Computer science)
Alt Name Bell, Andrew.
Description 1 online resource (440 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color).
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed October 8, 2013).
Summary Annotation Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) is an architectural style created to address the challenges posed by todays highly distributed, fast-paced computing. This goal is achieved by constructing business-focused software systems from loosely coupled, interoperable building blocks called Services. Organizations often fail to successfully implement SOA due to a lack of effective governance. Oracle SOA Governance is a comprehensive, service-orientated architecture governance solution that is designed to make the transition to SOA easier."Oracle SOA Governance 11g Implementation" illustrates how to successfully implement SOA governance in your organization. To achieve this, we describe how goals and objectives need to be clearly laid out and used to align governance processes with governance tools, governance tools with people, and people with the different roles and responsibilities that are required to implement effective governance."Oracle SOA Governance 11g Implementation" begins with a short but concise overview of SOA governance. We then go to explore real world examples, based on previous experiences and working solutions, in order to learn the concepts of Oracle SOA Governance Suite. We will also learn how to implement an OER-centric SDLC process to address your organizations design-time governance requirements. Next, we will explore OSR, and discover how to use it to expose service implementations to consumers based on UDDI concepts. We will explore the features available within Web Service Manager (WSM), Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM), and Business Transaction Manager (BTM). Finally, we discover how OER can be extended to govern Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) implementations. Discover and learn how to use Oracle SOA Governance Suite to address your specific design-time and runtime governance challenges.
Contents Cover; Copyright; Credits; Foreword; About the Authors; Acknowledgments; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: SOA Governance; SOA Governance overview; SOA Governance framework; SOA Governance framework scope; SOA Governance objectives; Oracle maturity assessment and roadmap; The Oracle SOA Maturity Model; SOA Capability Domains; Creating the roadmap; Enablement phase; The Implementation phase; Roles and responsibilities; Summary; Chapter 2: Implementation Case Study; Case study description; The assessment; The results; The objectives; The business case
Critical success factorsA new reference architecture; The new governance process; Improved visibility; Summary; Chapter 3: Introduction to Oracle Enterprise Repository; An overview of Oracle Enterprise Repository; Understanding OER architecture; OER Core Platform; Oracle WebLogic Server 11g and 10.3.3; The JMS server; Database; Java Application Server; OER Functionality; OER Console; OER System; Integration; OER Users; Asset Editor; Type Manager; Navigator applet; The Browse Tree applet; Import/Export utility; Summary; Chapter 4: Initial Configuration; Use case; Preparing the browser
Creating departments, projects, users, and rolesCreating departments; Creating roles; Basic access settings; Custom access settings; Creating the project; Configuring the project profile; Adding users; Summary; Chapter 5: Harvesting; Use case; Prerequisites; Installing Solution Packs; Creating Categorizations; Creating Asset Types; Removing the Tests tab; Renaming the Document tab; Replacing Categorization in the Taxonomy tab; Bootstrapping OER; Harvesting SOA Suite 11g and MDS; Creating a user for the Harvester tool; Encrypting the password; Configuring the Harvester connection details
Executing the HarvesterBootstrapping OSB 11g; Configuring the OSB Harvester connection details; Executing the OSB Harvester; Submitting Assets with Asset Editor; Searching for Assets; Visualizing Asset relationships; Summary; Chapter 6: Asset Lifecycle and Workflow; Use case; Implementing Policies; Creating Policies; Editing the Asset Types; Applying Policies; Policy status; Validating Policies; Reporting; Implementing Architecture Blueprints; Creating the Architecture Blueprint Asset Type; Creating an Architecture Blueprint; Prescriptive reuse; Report and compliance; Understanding workflow
Workflow prerequisitesGap analysis; Configuring workflows; Generating workflow.xml; Configuring Community Flows in workflow.xml; Refreshing workflow.xml; Testing the workflow; Debugging OBPM 10g workflows; E-mail notifications; BPM 11g; Summary; Chapter 7: Oracle Service Registry; OSR overview; The roles of OSR and OER; UDDI principles; UDDI data model; The tModel; Business Entities; Business Service; Binding Templates; Understanding UDDI taxonomies; Enterprise taxonomies; Checked and unchecked taxonomies; A UDDI Taxonomy example; Product architecture; Core platform; Oracle DB 11g
ISBN 9781849689090 (electronic bk.)
1849689091 (electronic bk.)
1849689083
9781849689083
9781849689083
OCLC # 861536062