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Showing 1 - 8 of 8 results for the Publish Year - 2009 Service Oriented Architecture

Technical Note | June 2009 - Technical Note A Scenario-Based Technique for Developing SOA Technical ... By Soumya Simanta, Edwin J. Morris, Grace Lewis, Sriram Balasubramaniam, Dennis B. Smith

Organizations can make the available SOA governance frameworks more effective in their organizations using the scenario-based tailoring technique introduced in this technical note.

Webinar | April 2009 - Webinar SMART: Analyzing the Feasibility of Migrating Legacy ... By Grace Lewis

Grace Lewis discusses how the Service Migration and Reuse Technique (SMART) can be used to help organizations to make decisions about reusing legacy systems within a SOA environment.

Brochure | April 2009 - Brochure Making the Right Decision About SOA

How can you distinguish fact from fiction regarding SOA?

Brochure | April 2009 - Brochure eLearning Course: Migrating Legacy Systems to SOA ...

This eLearning course from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) can help you understand software-oriented architecture (SOA) and decide how to adopt it effectively in your organization.

Brochure | April 2009 - Brochure Workshop on SOA Strategy

Workshop on SOA Strategy - Focus on Business and Mission Priorities

Webinar | November 2009 - Webinar Cloud Computing By Grace Lewis

Grace Lewis gives an introductory-level presentation on cloud computing. Lewis discusses the different types of cloud computing environments and the barriers for its adoption.

Brochure | April 2009 - Brochure Workshop on SOA Governance

Insight into a key to success in an SOA environment

Brochure | April 2009 - Brochure SMART Training Workshop

Before launching a migration effort, an organization needs to make a realistic assessment of the cost, risk, and feasibility of migrating a specific set of legacy systems to a specific SOA environment. The SEI Service Migration and Reuse Technique (SMART)