Date: Thursday November 18, 2010 Time: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM / Come for Bagels & Coffee at 8:00 AM
Oriented Architectures (SOA) are being used extensively to share and
provide data and content. Jim Bean, noted author of multiple books on
SOA, XML, Global Standards and Database Design (e.g., "SOA and Web
Services Interface Design: Principles, Techniques, and Standards"), will
discuss how Data in Motion transmitted using SOA/Web Services differs
when dealing with transactional data versus Hypermedia or unstructured
are fundamental differences between strongly typed data in motion as a
transactional message exchange and that of a more ReSTful servicing
interaction. Where a transactional message is primarily a collection of
data elements that are defined by an XML Schema interface definition,
and a ReSTful interaction is more resource or content driven (roughly
analogous to the Web page or document content identified by a URL or
URI). Both have a place in Service Oriented Architecture, with
advantages and disadvantages to each.
The most important considerations are to determine:
- What is the context in which the data will manipulated?
- Is the Data Strongly Typed (discretely defined data elements and
metadata) or a Resource (Web pages, documents, video, audio, email, images, etc.)?
- What is the Role of Data Governance and the Data Architect/Modeler in "data in motion"?
- What are operations that will be performed on the data in motion?
- Will the data be subject to change and if so, at what level of granularity?
- What roles do XML and XML Schemas play?
- What type of metadata will be important to manage?
session will help you to answer these questions, and to understand how
and when to exploit transactional service interactions and ReSTful
Application Development managers and developers
Meta Data Architects
To register, or for any questions please email dama_phoenix <at> yahoo.com. The event is free for DAMA members, and for first time guests.