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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Service Lifecycle Management with Fuse Service Works Webinar

I will do a quick overview of Fuse Service Works and Kurt will dive deeper into Design Time Governance.  See the details of the Webinar below.

Register at https://vts.inxpo.com/scripts/Server.nxp?LASCmd=AI:4;F:QS!10100&ShowKey=18867&AffiliateData=em2inactive&elq=108fe86f87a44a85a0161adc5867d0f7&Referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fmail.corp.redhat.com%2Fzimbra%2F

You have a lot to keep track of—people, processes, and technologies—when it comes to service-oriented architecture (SOA) governance. You need the ability to manage the life cycle of services from inception through deployment through change management. Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse Service Works can help.

Design time governance
JBoss Fuse Service Works provides design time governance allowing an enterprise to manage software artifacts using workflow and human task management. It’s an SOA repository compliant with the recently published OASIS S-RAMP specification. Its ATOM-based API makes it highly suitable as a solution for software artifacts governance.
Join Kurt Stam, Red Hat senior software engineer, for his webinar covering:
  • An introduction to deign time governance.
  • A demonstration of two processes—management deployment and software project development—using JBoss Fuse Service Works design time governance.
  • The answer to some painful questions he’s experienced while working on the full life cycle of SOA services:
  • “I have all these enterprise software systems, but where the heck’s all my stuff?”
  • “Hey dude, you pushed that to production right? Right?”
  • “Who’s working on this service implementation, and who signed off on this design?”
Speaker: Kurt Stam, senior software engineer Core Developer, Red HatKurt is the project lead on the registry and repository projects. He has been working in enterprise integration for the last decade. He has designed and implemented integration solutions for high-volume distributed systems in the telecommunication, financial, and travel industries.

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