Data Modeling and Data Management in a SOA Environment
This one day interactive seminar will address the critical issues data and information management professionals encounter in a SOA environment.
What attendees will learn:
- How and why data modeling is different in a SOA environment?
- Does the level of granularity of the data have to be adjusted for SOA?
- Are there issues with data that is too highly abstracted?
- What is a canonical model and why is one needed?
- How important are standards?
- Can data itself be considered a "service" under SOA?
- What do you do about existing databases?
- How does SOA alter data warehousing?
- How do you convert from an ER model to XML?
- What role does process modeling play in SOA? What is an event-driven architecture and is it relevant to SOA?
- What are services exactly and how granular should services be?
- How does Master Data Management fit within SOA?
- How can organizations benefit from integrating the data warehouse within the SOA environment?
- Can SOA simplify delivery of business intelligence?
- What governance is necessary with SOA?
The SOA architecture
Components of SOA, one by one
The role of Web Services
The Enterprise Service Bus
An example of the layers
Components of data management
Business flow in SOA
Review of the SOA layer for data services
The ER model
Importance of ER modeling for SOA
The hierarchical model
The canonical data model
The canonical information model
The role of data and ER modeling
SOA and generalizing data in the data model
Loose coupling and managing state changes
Converting ER models to XML
1 : M
M : M
Using data modeling tools for converting
Review of the SOA layer for business events
What are events?
Types of events
How to use events
Review of the SOA layer for business processes
Review of the SOA layer for services
Useful Business Process Modeling Notation
Swim lane diagrams
significant SOA related issues
The Data Warehouse
Master data management
- Implementation of SOA
Lecture and group discussions
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