Planning, securing and governing your SOA
Venue: Residenza di Ripetta
|Event Date/Time: Jun 23, 2011||End Date/Time: Jun 24, 2011|
Once a company has completed initial SOA projects, the number of deployed services increases such that the key question no longer is how to build services, but rather how to efficiently govern the development and operation of services on an Enterprise scale. The focus shifts to increasing the ROI through reusability of services, assuring that Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are met, and securing how a growing number of clients access the services.
Traditional Web applications are well understood in terms of their security challenges and the typical solutions that can be employed. Once we migrate to SOA, the picture becomes much more complex. A SOA introduces new components, for example an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), SOA appliances for XML acceleration, security, and management, new technologies like XML, SOAP and Web Services, intelligent (B2B) clients that interact with RESTful systems, etc. Furthermore we have to secure Composite Applications that pull together diverse services that a user may not be authorized for, and service to service invocations, which require expanding the identity management and introduce delegation of credentials.
Setting the goals â€“ SOA Maturity Models
How do we get there â€“ developing a SOA Roadmap
How IT, Enterprise Architecture and SOA Governance relate
SOA Center of Excellence (COE)
Governing the complete services lifecycle â€“ from design time to run-time
The lifecycle of SOA Governance
How is traditional Web Application security different from SOA security?
How to protect the complex SOA
Standards for securing Web Services
Navigating todayâ€™s overlapping technologies for Governance, Management, and Security