Official Certification SOASchool.com
Workshop “Certified SOA Architect”
Instructor: Leonid Felikson
SOA Systems Inc. will be presenting, for the first time in Russia, the official Certified SOA Workshop from SOASchool.com. This pre-conference workshop will take place in Moscow on October 11- 13 and will be taught in Russian by Certified SOA Trainer Leonid Felikson.
The workshop begins by introducing IT professionals and practitioners to fundamental SOA and service-oriented computing concepts and technologies, and then moves on to cover the service-orientation design paradigm and numerous topics pertaining to service technologies, SOA practices and techniques, and technology architecture and design.
- architects, developers, IT professionals
- anyone interested in learning about SOA and service-orientation
After attending the workshop, participants will be able to explain SOA and service-orientation and will have a solid understanding of the principles, patterns, practices, and industry technologies most relevant to modern-day SOA. After further completing the additionally provided, complimentary self-study kits, attendees will be prepared to take the exams required to attain the official SOA Architect Certification. For more information regarding the SOA Architect Certification, visit: http://www.soaschool.com/certifications/architect/
To obtain the official SOA Architect Certification, the completion of five one-day courses is required. This workshop will cover three of these five courses. All attendees will receive, at no extra charge, the full materials for all five SOA Architect course modules. For the two course modules not being covered in this workshop, attendees will receive complete self-study kits that include all course materials plus additional self-study guides, Audio Tutor CDs, lab exercises and flash cards with sample questions.
Please note that these additional materials are only required for attendees wishing to pursue certification. Attendees that only want to attend the three-day workshop for training purposes are not required to use the provided self-study kits but will still receive them as a bonus promotion. For more information regarding the self-study kits, visit: http://www.soaselfstudy.com
This course will take 3 days (2 days of 9 hours and one day of 4 hours). The course is composed of lectures and class exercises with opportunity for participant questions and discussions.
- Goals, benefits, challenges, risks of SOA
- SOA terminology, concepts, project delivery approaches
- Service-orientation theory and design principles
- Service-oriented architecture characteristics and types
- SOA design patterns and established practices
- Modern service technologies (including ESB, Service Grids, Web Services, REST, etc.)
- Numerous additional topics (including service compositions, cross-service transactions, service messaging, service contracts and policies, service agents and protocols, etc.)
Course will be held in Russian.
|Day 1: Fundamental SOA & Service-Oriented Computing (October 11)|
|Strategic Goals of Service-Oriented Computing|
|Fundamental Service-Oriented Computing Terms|
|Concepts relating to Services, Service-Oriented Architecture and Service Compositions|
|Introduction to the Service-Orientation Design Paradigm and related Principles and Concepts|
|SOA Project Delivery Approaches and Planning|
|Day 2: SOA Design & Architecture (October 12)|
|History of Service-Orientation and SOA Theory|
|Service-Orientation vs. “Silo” based Design|
|Distinguishing Characteristics of the SOA Model|
|Understanding Services and Service Capabilities|
|Complex Service Composition Design, Composition Runtime Roles and Responsibilities|
|The Service-Orientation Design Paradigm|
|“Contract First” Design, Standardized Service Contracts, and Uniform Contracts|
|Service Loose Coupling and Coupling Types, Service Abstraction and Information Hiding|
|Service Reusability and Agnostic Design, Service Autonomy and Runtime Control|
|Service Statelessness and State Deferral, Service Discoverability and Interpretability|
|Introduction to SOA Design Patterns|
|Day 3: Advanced SOA Design & Architecture (October 13)|
|Defining a Service-Oriented Architectural Model and SOA Architecture Types|
|Fundamental and Advanced SOA Design Patterns|
|Designing SOA with Service Agents and Supporting Multiple Protocols|
|Legacy Encapsulation and ESB Design|
|Asynchronous and Event-Driven Messaging, Message Routing and Reliable Messaging|
|Global and Domain-Level Policy Enforcement and Positioning of Business Rules|
|Orchestration Architecture Design, State Deferral and Service Grids|
|Service Data Replication, Cross-Service Transactions and Compensating Transactions|
|Data Transformation and Protocol Bridging|
|Introduction to REST-Inspired Patterns|
There is a discount for CEE-SECR 2010 participants!
Mr. Felikson has over 25 years of experience in software design, development, and implementation of large scale enterprise distributed systems, including consultation for both the government and private sectors. He is a SOASchool.com Certified SOA Architect and Certified SOA Trainer with a diversified background in information systems, enterprise architecture and service-oriented architecture. For the past 11 years, his focus has been on distributed computing; systems analysis, design, and integration; web services patterns and technologies; and service-oriented architecture and practices. Mr. Felikson has extensive hands-on experience in product development and architecture in the software industry and he is a named expert in the field of distributed computing. He is a thought leader in providing the best solutions in IT strategy and in developing and utilizing SOA adoption enterprise-scale programs and SOA roadmaps. He is an innovator in establishing practices of modeling, designing, developing, and deploying services, performing both leadership and technical roles in delivering enterprise-scale applications and business process integration implementations.
Mr. Felikson devotes his time to knowledge sharing and education, mentoring and evangelizing SOA concepts and SOA practices. He has taught courses and seminars on the principles of operating systems and computer programming, as well as database concepts and design, data structures and algorithms, and software architecture and methodologies at a variety of public and private organizations. Mr. Felikson has extensive teaching experience, working with a variety of schools and colleges, including serving as faculty at Johns Hopkins University for the last 10 years. He has developed curricula and taught courses within the CS and IST graduate programs at JHU. Since 2005, Mr. Felikson has been a contributing member of WS-I (www.ws-i.org), participating and contributing to the development of the WS-I Basic Profile 1.2 and the WS-I Reliable Secure Profile 1.0. He is also a member of the SOA Education Committee (www.soacommittee.org). Mr. Felikson received his B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science from the Ural Polytechnic Institute, in Russia.
|Official Certification SOASchool.com
Workshop "Certified SOA Architect"
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SOA Certified Professional Self-Study Kit GiveawaysSOASchool.com will be giving away official certification self-study kits (valued at $400 USD each) during three separate conference events:
1. The SOA Architect Pre-Conference Workshop with Leonid Felikson (October 11-13, 2010)
2. The 4 Hour Workshop with Keynote Thomas Erl(October 14, 2010 - 13:30-17:30)
3. A Special Giveaway Contest at the SOA School Exhibition Booth (October 14, 2010 - 17:45)