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SOA &-8211; Cloud Computing


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Description

Cloud computing is a model used for enabling convenient and usage-based network access to a configurable computing resources (eg. networks, servers etc) that can be provided and used rapidly.

  • It provides a chance to business users to implement services with usage-based billing that is changed according to their requirements without need of consulting with IT department.

  • It provides an abstraction layer between computing resources and its technical implementation details and sequentially enables computational resources to be used while avoiding efforts in infrastructure management.

Concepts in Cloud Computing

The below figure shows the SOA cloud computing along with the models:

SOA Cloud Computing

Below are the models that are differentiated on the horizontal scaling basis in cloud computing:

  • Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS): It provides a hardware platform as a service.

  • Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS): It provides end-users an application development environment delivered over the internet.

  • Software-as-a-Service (SaaS): It provides end-users a standardized, network-delivered IT applications.

The distinctions are made according to availability and the location of installation in the deployment models. Private clouds are internal company services whereas public clouds are the services that are available to the public on internet.

In the large companies where IT plays an important role, internal company cloud solutions are often built in their own data centers. Small and medium companies often use public cloud services. Cloud Computing provides a very flexible and scalable platform through processing external services and also has the ability to connect with customers, suppliers etc.



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SOA – MDM and SOA

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SOA &-8211; MDM and SOA


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Description

The MDM stands for Master Data Management which is a key component of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and simplifies the implementation of SOA with clean and consistent data to the enterprise. The basic intention of MDM is to provide reliable source for the master data.

The combination of SOA and MDM provides essential business value and describes how to get this value to the customers by working together. The Service Oriented Architecture is an architectural design which includes collection of services in a network which communicate with each other. Without MDM, the data available to business applications which is provided by the SOA will not be so accurate throughout an organization that leads to lower quality of data.

Levels between MDM and SOA

There are some levels which can be integrated between MDM and SOA:

  • Connectors and modification

  • Data structures and access methods

  • Predefined MDM/SOA business process

  • Predefined application and integration of master data

SOA improves standardization and reliable of data by adding value to SOA which is being integrated and consumed. MDM also provides stable clarity of data to SOA and technical foundation for master data use. SDM verifies quality of the data by providing data services to enterprise objects that SOA will consume.

Benefits of MDM

There are some benefits of MDM as listed below:

  • It specifies the understanding and responsibility of master data entities

  • It supplies the technique to make use of master data across the organization

  • It is designed to provide accommodation and handle the changes

SOA allows reuse of components which makes easy and flexible to use them to support new processes. MDM provides service oriented concepts and components for maintaining and retrieval of data. The architecture concepts of SOA are integrated into MDM by using two views:

  • MDM Business Service: It provides the reusable business service for maintaining and validating the data.

  • MDM Information Service: It provides the reusable information service for using the business processes.



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SOA – Business Processes

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Business Process is a management authority that improves the performance of business and builds the operational solutions for SOA (service-oriented architecture). It adds business capabilities such as people, process, systems, technology etc which enables organization to be simpler, efficient and mechanisms can simplify and improved. In short, it is called as BPM (Business Process Management).

Why to use BPM?

The below points describes why to use the BPM in the business innovation:

  • It implements and optimizes the business process.

  • It is a powerful tool that keeps running operations optimally.

  • It provides control over the process.

  • It realizes the value quickly from efficient and flexible processes.

  • It allows companies to process with good quality, less waste and less effort.

Benefits of BPM

The below points lists some of the benefits of BPM:

  • It implements and optimizes the business process.

  • It is a powerful tool that keeps running operations optimally.

  • It decreases the cost and increases the business agility (changing the services to meet customer requirements).

  • Implementing the business process provides increased efficiency.

  • It makes the process more effective when process becomes more efficient.

  • It specifies the higher productivity and faster process times.

Relationship of BPM and SOA

We all know processes run on services, so clearly service-oriented architecture and business process management belongs to each other.

S.N. BPM SOA
1 It provides operational solutions which are main thing for business and process analysts. It is an architectural style that is important to architects and engineers.
2 It uses the reusable web services to delivers the enterprise capabilities. It is also same as BPM that delivers the enterprise capabilities depending upon the reusable web services.
3 It uses services to bring out their objectives. It contains services which are implemented with business process can be altered quickly according to the business changes.
4 It specifies as organization of business capabilities such as people, process, technology and data. It describes as organization of technical capabilities such as activities, events, documents and data.
5 It is a business rule that points to the improvement of operations. It is an architectural style that points to systems of the enterprise.

BPM includes four types of components as listed below:

  • Process Engine: It executes the business process applications and business rules.

  • Business Analytics: It allows recognizing business issues, trends, appropriate moment with reports and dashboards.

  • Content Management: It is used for storing electronic documents, images and other files.

  • Collaboration Tools: It separates the communication barriers from different departments people by using discussion forums, message boards etc.

The software which is implemented with BPM provides more efficient and effective data. By using the real time updates of organization, you can take faster decisions and result will be more efficiency, effective and profit.



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SOA – Event Driven

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Event-driven architecture is a methodology used for designing and implementing applications where events transmit among decoupled software components and services.

In order to make the connections between the different events that do not appear to be clear, the event-driven SOA allows business users to monitor and analyze the events. SOA is capable of creating high-level business events from many low-level system events. Events are created by filtering real-time data with the details such as dependencies or casual relationships found by connecting other events.

An event-driven architecture is composed of Event Producers are the source of the event and it will know that the event has occurred and Event Consumers are the entity that needs to know the event has occurred.

  • Event consumers typically subscribe to an intermediary event manager, whereas event producers publish to this manager.

  • The event manager receives an event form the event producer and forwards that event to all the event consumers that are registered.

  • The manager can also store the event and try to forward that event later, if the event consumer is unavailable. This event transmission method is known as store and forward in message-based systems.

This event-driven is organized around the concept of decoupled relationships between event producers and event consumers. An event consumer is only concerned that it will be invoked when the event has occurred, rather than caring where and why an event occurs. Enabling large number of creators and consumers to exchange status and response in real time is a good advantage of event-driven architecture.



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SOA – SOA and User Interfaces

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Service-oriented applications mostly focus on the interaction between machines. However, in applications, the interaction between user and machine also plays an important role. A user can act as a service provider so that he can set SOA User Interface(SOAUI) design into an overall system design where the user interaction workflow is a part of system workflow.

The SOA User Interface follows MVC (Model View Controller) architectural pattern. SOA applications provide the model layer, and User Interfaces occupy the view layer.

The environments hosting components in the SOA approach are abstracted as containers that provides infrastructure services. From a User Interface view, below are the containers for hosting client-side UI components:

  • Basic Web browser.

  • Web browser augmented with Java™Script and dynamic HTML.

  • IBM Workplace™ Client Technology™ &-8212; the Eclipse-rich client plus native IBM WebSphere® Application Server client support.

By supporting technologies like servlets, JavaServer Pages (JSP), JSP Tags etc, the above containers can be expanded.

The user that interacts with a business process consists of initiating and awaiting the result of a process. It is important for a human to involve in a process cycle where processes rarely run completely and automatically. In such environment, WS-Human Task can fulfil this requirement.

A standardize API can be used to fill a mailbox with tasks that was defined for a workflow service. For example, during a process cycle, if input of addtional data is required, the process establishes correct actor and places the task in their mailbox through the task service. This process resumes its work in the background and the users recieve the entries in their mailbox by processing the pending tasks sequentailly.



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SOA &-8211; Securing the SOA

SOA &-8211; Service Composition

SOA &-8211; SOA and User Interfaces

SOA &-8211; Mobile Solutions

SOA &-8211; Event Driven

SOA &-8211; MDM and SOA

SOA &-8211; Business Processes

SOA &-8211; Cloud Computing

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