SOA Architecture, Governance, and Industry Standards in the Enterprise

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Web Services Orchestration, Management, and Security - Will They Play Together?

2:00 p.m.

Web Services orchestration, management, and security are among the principal challenges facing implementers of Service Oriented Architectures. There is still much confusion in the IT community about the standards themselves, which are at various stages of maturity. Also, their relevance to enterprise IT and how they might someday be able to effectively work together is often unclear.

This session first provides a useful overview of standards in these three critical areas of Web Services:

  • orchestration/choreography
  • management
  • security

and more importantly how each affects the other. You will gain practical knowledge and a deeper understanding of future trends and the need to address certain real-world issues in order to create a more cost-effective and agile IT infrastructure.

Highly respected in the industry, Paul frequently shares his expertise with readers of Web Services Journal and XML-Journal, including his most recently published articles:

XML Journal:
"No Man is an Island in the World of Pervasive Computing"

Web Services Journal:
"Composition and Management of Web Services"
"Web Services in a Wireless World"

"MS Gets It at Last"


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Paul Lipton is VP of Industry Standards and Open Source at CA Technologies. He coordinates CA Technologies’ strategy and participation in those areas while also functioning as part of CA Labs. He is co-chair of the OASIS TOSCA Technical Committee, and also serves on the Board of Directors of the open source Eclipse Foundation, as well as both the Object Management Group and the Distributed Management Task Force in addition to other significant technical and leadership roles in many leading industry organizations such as the OASIS, W3C and INCITS.

Lipton is also an approved US delegate to the international standards organization ISO, as a member of the subcommittee focused on international cloud standards. He is a founding member of the CA Council for Technical Excellence where he leads a team focused on emerging technologies, a Java Champion, and Microsoft MVP.

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