Oracle SOA Governance 11g: Lifecycle Management

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An important component of SOA is the ability to show true business value and efficiency. Therefore it is critical that the IT organization gains visibility and control over all project assets in the enterprise, including design artifacts and services. A unified approach to SOA governance also ensures compliance with architectural standards, maximum reuse and accurate decision-making.

This course trains SOA architects and project managers on the use of Oracle Governance products, including Oracle Enterprise Repository and Oracle Service Registry. Students learn how to organize, manage and monitor reusable assets throughout the entire SOA lifecycle, from design and development to testing and p…

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An important component of SOA is the ability to show true business value and efficiency. Therefore it is critical that the IT organization gains visibility and control over all project assets in the enterprise, including design artifacts and services. A unified approach to SOA governance also ensures compliance with architectural standards, maximum reuse and accurate decision-making.

This course trains SOA architects and project managers on the use of Oracle Governance products, including Oracle Enterprise Repository and Oracle Service Registry. Students learn how to organize, manage and monitor reusable assets throughout the entire SOA lifecycle, from design and development to testing and production.

Learn to:
  • Describe the various forms governance takes in the SOA enterprise
  • Track asset usage and business value across the enterprise
  • Model project artifacts using custom asset types
  • Exchange artifacts across an SOA repository and UDDI registries
  • Develop a rich taxonomy to categorize and classify assets

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Audience
  • Business Analysts
  • Project Manager
  • SOA Architect

Course Topics Governance Concepts
  • Centralized Asset Management
  • Asset Harvesting
  • Usage Detection
  • Asset Taxonomy
  • Asset Compliance
  • FMW Governance Solution
  • Governance Roles
  • Governance Lifecycle
Getting Started with Oracle Enterprise Repository
  • Capabilities
  • Architecture
  • Web Console
  • Users
  • Projects
  • Departments
  • Roles
  • System Settings
Modeling Assets
  • Types and Elements
  • Tabs and Groups
  • Element Types
  • Acceptable Values
  • Categorizations
  • Relationships
  • Type Manager
Using Predefined Asset Types
  • General Types
  • Web Service Types
  • Solution Packs
  • Import/Export Tool
Harvesting Assets
  • Architecture
  • WSDL Asset Mapping
  • BPEL Asset Mapping
  • Composite Asset Mapping
  • Proxy Service Asset Mapping
  • Detecting Asset Usage
Working with Assets
  • Default Workflow
  • Email Notifications
  • Asset Editor
  • Browsing and Searching
  • Exporting Assets
  • Consumer Surveys
  • Asset Subscriptions
  • Asset Reviews
Design Time Compliance
  • Asset Policies
  • Assertions
  • Status Icons
  • Prescribed Reuse
  • Compliance Templates
Analytics and Reports
  • Navigator
  • Usage Reports
  • Survey Reports
  • Search Reports
  • Calculating ROI
Getting Started with Oracle Service Registry
  • UDDI Service Model
  • Capabilities
  • Architecture
  • Registry Control
  • Business Service Control
  • Managing Taxonomies
  • Browsing and Searching
  • Publishing a WSDL
Synchronizing OER and OSR
  • Recommended Topology
  • Business Entity Assets
  • Exchange Utility
  • Taxonomy Mappings
  • Configuring Queries
Harvesting Run Time Metrics
  • Closing the Loop
  • Grid Control Integration Architecture
  • Business Transaction Management Integration Architecture
  • Metric Mappings
Customizing Governance Workflows
  • Workflow Examples
  • Events and Actions
  • Automatic Registration
  • Tiered Approvals
  • Automatic Publishing
  • Configuration Overview
Creating a Governance Roadmap
  • Identifying Objectives
  • Defining Asset Lifecycles
  • Key SOA Assets
  • Identifying Policies
  • Identifying Projects and Stakeholders
  • Measuring Success
  • Driving Adoption

Course Objectives
  • List typical design-time and run-time assets associated with SOA projects
  • Model project artifacts using custom asset types
  • Develop a rich taxonomy to categorize and classify assets
  • Build policies and project templates and policies to ensure compliance
  • Track asset usage and business value across the enterprise
  • Describe the various forms governance takes in the SOA enterprise
  • Analyze and assess project and asset dependencies
  • Harvest assets from external servers and IDE projects
  • Harvest run-time SOA metrics from Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • Create and manage entities within a UDDI registry
  • Exchange artifacts across an SOA repository and UDDI registries
  • Describe typical SOA governance workflows

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