I will be speaking at the next SoCal IASA chapter meeting will be Thursday May 17, 2012 at Rancho Santiago Community College District, 2323 N. Broadway, Santa Ana. Meeting starts at 7:00 pm iA, pizza and networking 6:30 pm. RSVP by emailing to email@example.com if you plan to attend.
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is an architectural design pattern where it's design is determined by few guiding principles mainly (a) Ser- vice compatibility is determined based on policy (b) Services share schema and contract, not class (c) Services are Autonomous and (d) Boundaries are Explicit. Implementation of these so-called SOA tenants requires a powerful framework which provides a unified programming model, reliable messaging, security, workflow service, interoperability and integration, syndication, meta-data exploration support, service versioning, REST-Ful endpoints and many other modern connected systems features. Both Service-Orientation and the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) offer the promise of greater interoperability and ease of integration, but in order to realize benefits such as these we must evolve the way we architect solutions.
This session will be a hands-on introduction to SOA with Windows Communication Foundation. Speaker presents patterns using WCF that allows you to define descriptive, maintainable, yet extensible contracts and implementation of SOA tenants. Since SOA promotes loose coupling at the transport layer; you'll learn how to create loosely coupled systems, the difference between web reference, service reference and channelfactory. The attendees will learn how to avoid anti-Patterns and leverage WCF to create extensible, versioned, responsive, interoperable, and easy-to- maintain services.