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SOA Patterns on the next E-VAN (Oct. 5th 2009)

September 29, 2009

I begun writing SOA patterns a long time ago. I was making nice progress when suddenly  xsights happened and my free time evaporated. Now,  2 years or so later, we’re finally in production. Since the progress on the book has, hmm how shall I put it, been hampered by xsights,   I thought it would, at least, be appropriate to share a some details on how the ideas presented in the book (written, half-written and yet-to-be-written) are being put to use. As it happens, this also coincided with  Jan Van Ryswyck & Colin Jack  asking me if I’d be interested to in presenting something to the European Virtual Alt.Net group (E-VAN).

So here we are. Next week, I am going to be talking about SOA patterns. I am going to present a few common SOA challenges (availability, flexibility, Reporting, multi-tenancy.) and discuss the patterns and implementation we are using to meet them.  I am still finalizing the presentation so if you have any questions you’d like me to answer, feel free to send them to me (either my email or a comment here) and I’ll do my best to address as many of the questions as possible

Hope to see you there.

Start Time: Monday, October 05, 2009 07:00 PM GMT*

End Time: Monday, October 05, 2009 08:30 PM GMT

Attendee URL: http://snipr.com/virtualaltnet (Live Meeting)

VAN Calendar: http://www.virtualaltnet.com/Home/Calendar

(*) 08:00 PM UK, 09:00 PM Brussels/Israel, 02:00 PM EST and 11:00 AM PST

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