A new methodology group, SOA-BPM Enterprise Methodology Group, has been started by Lonneke Dikmans.
"This group is a place to discuss best practices and methodologies for SOA and BPM Enterprise (Oracle) development, including effort by "experts" in SOA (that's anyone that knows what SOA stands for ;-) to discuss high level issues than those discussed on the OTN SOA Forums. This effort is an overall part of getting SOA and BPM experts, advocates and programmers to start collaborating at user...
Oracle SOA Suite Developer's Guide
Finally i had some spare time to read this nice book!
It's real bookshelf filler with 621 pages.
The book already got released before fusion 11g went live, but it was still nice to get some more information about the 'old' soa-suite stack.
Over at IT-eye we did quiet some soa implementations with the Oracle stack, so i already had good background on the information discussed in the book.
What i particularly was interested in was the best practices of...
Last i finished the last day of the 3day Oracle Fusion 11g workshop.
And i must say...i'm pretty impressed by the new stack Oracle presented.
For development during the workshop i used my own vmware of fusion 11g on Centos.
And it's a real killer when all components of the suite are up and running, my laptop had a tuff time.
During the workshop we used the famous 'Order processing' tutorial to get in touch with the components of the fusion 11g.
A short overview of what we have been...
The Open Group has released their SOA Source Book.
The introduction tells us "The Open Group's SOA Source Book is a collection of source material for use by enterprise architects working with Service-Oriented Architecture. The material reflects input from a large number of people from a wide range of Open Group member companies, including product vendors, consultancies, and users of SOA. In some cases, these people have brought concepts developed, not just by themselves, but by groups of...