Using Eclipse-based tools to provide data integration within an SOA

Gerald Preissler (Talend)

Frameworks - SOA · Short - 25 minutes
Wednesday, 14:55, 25 minutes | Room 203/204

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Service-oriented architecture has established itself as a means for providing a new level of integration within an organization. By now, users are ready to introduce this technology into their IT landscape. In the real world, this process never happens from a clean slate. Data and functionality needs to be integrated by providing connectors to existing systems and transformations from and to legacy formats. The ability to solve these problems becomes a key factor for success of SOA projects.

The Eclipse ecosystem already provides open-source solutions solutions for both areas:

This talk will show how the these elements can be combined to provide an integrated solution. It consists of three parts:

Jerry Preissler has been working on the implementation of service-oriented infrastructures for 6+ years now, first with Deutsche Post and now with SOPERA. Currently he is the architect responsible for the tooling components of the SOPERA platform. He is contributor for the SOA Runtime Framework (a.k.a. Swordfish) and the SOA Tools Project.

This session is part of the curated collection of short talks titled
"SOA: Data Services and Integration"

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