Advanced Topics in Service-Oriented Architecture The goal of this course is to provide guidance in architecting, securing, and testing service-oriented systems and in implementing SOA governance for system and software architects and developers.
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Workshop By attending this workshop, participants understand and devise a high-level SOA governance plan and action items which can later be executed. The SOA Governance Workshop is designed to be delivered in any setting, including at your site.
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Strategy Workshop Participants explore the linking of their organization's business goals with SOA strategies, identify potential pilot projects, and develop a set of high-level plans that can form the basis for later implementations. The SOA Strategy Workshop is designed to be delivered in any setting, including at your site.
Service-Oriented Architecture: Legacy Systems Migration This course builds on the common misconception that it is easy to integrate any legacy system into an SOA environment. The course begins with the presentation of business and technical considerations that would make a migration effort infeasible. The three elements of the SOA Migration, Adoption, and Reuse Technique (SMART) are introduced as a way to analyze the viability of reusing legacy systems in SOA environments.
Service-Oriented Architecture: Best Practices for Successful Adoption This introductory course provides a "50,000-foot" view of SOA implications for an organization; introduces services, service consumers, and infrastructure as basic components of service-oriented systems; outlines common technologies for enabling service-oriented systems; and addresses SOA development challenges.
Migrating Legacy Systems to SOA Environments - eLearning This SOA training course addresses service-oriented systems development and its challenges from the perspectives of the service developer, the application developer, and the infrastructure developer. The course also addresses potential issues in leveraging legacy systems in SOA environments and outlines a method for developing a realistic strategy to migrate legacy systems to a targeted SOA environment.