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Issue XLIII, September 2010

SOA Pioneers Interview Series:
Art Ligthart, Volker Stiehl, and Stefan Tilkov

Art Ligthart, Volker Stiehl, Stefan Tilkov

Art Ligthart
Volker Stiehl Stefan Tilkov

Presenting the new podcast series from the International SOA & Cloud Symposium, featuring interviews with some of the SOA Magazine's very own contributors. Art describes the evolution of the SOA & Cloud Symposium and his experience being the conference chair. The discussion delves into Art's role as a partner at Ordina, his work as a principle consultant and his upcoming books and projects. Art also talks about the conception of the SOA Manifesto, the maturity of SOA, best practices, and more. Another edition discusses BPM, BPMN, and SOA with SOA expert Volker Stiehl, a member of the solutions management team from SAP AG. Volker explains the essential distinction of BPMN from BPM, and the relationship between SOA and BPM as such. In the next interview, Stefan talks about the impact and buzz around RESTful services and SOA, his invlovement in the new "SOA with REST" book and as a committe member and speaker at this years SOA & Cloud Symposium. Stefan will be speaking on "RESTful HTTP: Using the Web for SOA" and will be participating in the "Revisiting the SOA Manifesto" and "Rest Services vs. Web Services - A Live Debate" panels...


Information Security for SOA: Why the Information Security
Consultancy Industry Needs a Major Overhaul - Part II

Hans Wierenga

Art Ligthart

In general, people will entrust their personal information freely to you only if they are satisfied that you will use it with respect for them. If they suspect that you don't respect them and expect that your competitor will, it is likely that you will lose business to that competitor, particularly if doing business with you requires them to divulge personal information. And if you can't lose business because your customers have nowhere to turn, the expectation of not being respected will lead many customers to hold back information whenever they can, thereby reducing your effectiveness. Providing your customers with the experience of being respected delivers pure business value. Showing respect has, however, consequences that go wider than your business. Showing respect is a statement about the society you want to live in and about the values you hold dear. Do you want to live in a society where your privacy is respected as a matter of course?...

Modern SOA Methodology and SOA Adoption Using Agile
Practices - Part II

Vijay Narayanan

Vijay Narayanan

Instead of taking the approach of "build it and they will come" for services in your domain inventory, only build services when there is a known consumer. While planning upgrades to existing consumers, support backward compatibility using service wrappers and co-existence using versioning. Doing so will reduce the burden on service development team. Additionally, your new consumers access to the upgraded service while not breaking existing users. Providing adequate time window for co-existence will help stagger migration to a new version. Deliver business value early with service orientation by releasing high priority services during the initial part of a release. Bundle multiple enhancements to both new and existing services in the domain inventory as part of a release plan. By releasing early and often you enhance the reuse potential of services across initiatives...

Announcing the Dutch-Translated SOA
Manifesto & Annotated SOA Manifesto

Laurens van Berge Henegouwen, Arco Keijzer, Johan Kumps, Brian Lokhorst

Laurens van Berge Henegouwen
Arco Keijzer Johan Kumps Brian Lokhorst

Presenting the new podcast series from the International SOA & Cloud Symposium, featuring interviews with some of the SOA Magazine's very own contributors. Art describes the evolution of the SOA & Cloud Symposium and his experience being the conference chair. The discussion delves into Art's role as a partner at Ordina, his work as a principle consultant and his upcoming books and projects. Art also talks about the conception of the SOA Manifesto, the maturity of SOA, best practices, and more. Another edition discusses BPM, BPMN, and SOA with SOA expert Volker Stiehl, a member of the solutions management team from SAP AG. Volker explains the essential distinction of BPMN from BPM, and the relationship between SOA and BPM as such. In the next interview, Stefan talks about the impact and buzz around RESTful services and SOA, his invlovement in the new "SOA with REST" book and as a committe member and speaker at this years SOA & Cloud Symposium. Stefan will be speaking on "RESTful HTTP: Using the Web for SOA" and will be participating in the "Revisiting the SOA Manifesto" and "Rest Services vs. Web Services - A Live Debate" panels...


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