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Subject: RE: [opencsa-ms] SCA presentation on behalf of member section required
I can give such a tutorial, or help to
give it, if someone else would be willing to join me.
Maybe, I can ask.
On 6 Aug 2007, at 13:40, Dee Schur wrote:
From: Mark Little [mailto:email@example.com]
We have been
asked if it's possible for someone representing the Member Section to deliver a
2 hour tutorial around SCA at http://www.infoworld.com/event/soa/
I spoke with
the organizers on Friday evening (my time) and they really want to keep this
vendor agnostic. It makes their lives easier because then they can't be accused
of favouritism. This is not something specific to SCA: it's the approach they
take for all of their presentations. They would also like confirmation that we
have someone or someone's (if we want to do a tag-team approach with multiple
vendors, they are fine with that too) before the end of this week.
I want to use
this initial approach as the core of the information "database" that
I'd like to start to keep (either in spreadsheet or wiki form) so that we know
who can give presentations on what subject. In general I think it will be
easier of these presentations are all vendor agnostic, but I don't think we
should preclude adding something to this list if it doesn't fit that criteria.
"I also wanted to
remind you that the member section recently held a very popular tutorial at our
last OASIS Symposium. Maybe we could alter one of them to accommodate the
InfoWorld event? Just a thought – so please let me know. Regards,
9:00 AM-12:00 PM | Service Component Architecture
(SCA): Part I
tutorial will provide an introduction and overview of Service Component
Architecture (SCA), a new set of royalty-free specifications, with the backing
of major vendors, which provide programming model for creation and assembly of
business systems using service-oriented architecture.
SCA consists of:
Assembly specification, which provides the basic composition and
configuration model for components;
Policy specification, which allows SCA components to be connected
together without any change to the source code;
Client and Implementation specifications, which specify how SCA
components and service clients can be built using a particular language or
Binding specifications, which describe how services can be
accessed and references can be satisfied using a particular access method,
protocol or transport.
tutorial outline will include: a.) the motivation for SCA; b.) an introduction
to and overview of SCA; c.) an introduction to all the major SCA
specifications; and d.) a walk through of how a banking composite application
example can be built, assembled and deployed using SCA technology.
This tutorial will break at 12:00 PM and reconvene at 2:00 PM."