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Lack of effective Governance is the single most common reason why organisations fail to successfully implement Service Oriented Architectures (SOA). Misalignment with business strategies, poor reference architectures, low quality designs and code, lack of service reuse and visibility over service operational metrics are just a few of the many reasons why SOA implementations fail.
In today’s technological landscape where the internet and I.T. can drive the success of a business, organisations must ensure that technology and business objectives are fully aligned and delivering the same goals.
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is an architectural style created specifically to address today’s fast paced technological challenges. When implemented properly, SOA can deliver future-proofed, flexible I.T solutions that are well suited to underpin the I.T. landscape of organisations today.
Oracle SOA Governance 11g Implementation illustrates how to successfully implement SOA Governance in your Organisation. To achieve this the book describes how goals and objectives need to be clearly captured 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.
This book describes, by example, how to implement the Oracle SOA Governance suite of products in order to deliver design-time and runtime governance, with the aim being to deliver an effective and agile IT landscape that fully supports key business processes.
The book begins by giving the reader a short but concise overview of SOA Governance and outlines its mains goals and objectives. Issues discussed include the key SOA governance challenges faced by organizations, how a SOA Maturity Assessment can be used to identify the key Governance challenges and how to align projects to deliver Design-time and runtime governance.
The book then presents a Case Study that is based on real world SOA governance implementations from the authors and shows how SOA Governance, when done right, delivers many benefits to the organization.
The book shows how to implement each of the Products contained in the Oracle SOA Governance Suite to address specific design-time and runtime Governance challenges, all set in the context of the Case Study.
Main features available:
- Understanding SOA Governance, its key concepts, goals and objectives and how to implement these using the Oracle SOA Governance Suite.
- Execute a SOA Maturity Assessment in order to capture the SOA Governance challenges specific to your organization.
- Implement Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) and Oracle Service Registry (OSR) to address your organisation’s SOA Governance Design-time and Runtime requirements.
- Implement Runtime Governance using Oracle Web Service Manager (WSM) security policies and by leveraging Oracle Enterprise Manager’s (OEM) key management features.
- Achieve close-loop governance by feeding OER with runtime operational metrics and enforcing service reuse in OER.
- Accelerate governance and also MDM adoption by implementing AIA 11g Foundation Pack.
What will you learn?
- How to define the key goals and objectives for SOA governance and how to assess the current SOA maturity level within your organisation.
- The key challenges that are faced by organizations prior to implementing SOA Governance and what benefits are realised after a successful implementation.
- The Oracle Enterprise Repository product architecture, its key features, components and constraints.
- How to create and configure OER users with suitable role based access control. How to create Compliance Templates using the Asset Editor and search for Assets in the OER console.
- How to define the most appropriate bootstrap strategy in order to harvest your existing assets into OER and how OER provides a single source of truth for all enterprise assets promoting service reuse. Categorize Assets in accordance with your organizations requirements, create missing Asset Types using the Type Manager, manually submit Assets and model Assets relationships using the Asset Editor.
- Make use of OER IDE plugins, OER policies and OER registration workflows to enforce quality gates and Governance policies.
- The Oracle Service Registry product architecture, its key features, components and constraints and how to deploy it and use it effectively with OER.
- Promote services between different environments using the OER and OSR integration capabilities and expose available services to both internal and external parties.
- Implement basic runtime Governance with Web Service Manager and Oracle Enterprise Manager.
- Enhance Runtime Governance by integrating OER with Business Transaction Manager and Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control.
- Govern Oracle Architecture Integrations Architecture (AIA) with OER and the AIA Solution Pack and AIA Harvester.
- OER and OSR installations tips.
Who this book is for?