Web2 and the notion of events in real-time are still new to the SOA space and introduce some interesting solution possibilities. In this session Ramesh Loganathan looks at some of the trends in Event Infrastructure and Web2.0 in the SOA context.
As SOA gets into serious adoption phase, solution models beyond just the integration patterns come into play. Paradigms are shifting to now use SOA concepts in ground-up solution design and get these fitting into rest of the enterprise solution space- beyond just integration. One of the key elements here is the Web2.0 approach to user interactions and control in what the user sees and how, the second is the evolution of optimized Event handling infrastructure. With real time low-cost event handling into the mix, now enterprise solutions can now include both reactive services, and proactive events.
All business have both the requirement to detect business events, and then execute business processing when triggered either by a user operation or a business event. The notion of events in real-time is new to the SOA space and introduces some interesting solution possibilities. In this session we will discuss some of these trends in Event Infrastructure and Web2.0 space in the SOA context.
Ramesh Loganathan is presently Vice President (Products) and Managing Director of Progress Software in India, responsible for leading the product development at the India Development center. Prior to taking the above position, Ramesh was Vice President of Middleware Technologies at Pramati, responsible for driving the product direction and the Technology Consulting business.
- This session was delivered at the 3rd IndicThreads.com Conference On Java Technology.
- Session Slides (PDF) – SOA Trends Events, Web2.0 and Cloud in the SOA mix