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Johan has worked as development lead, infrastructure manager, IT lead, programmer and guided several large companies to success in the use of open source software components.
Lately he has been helping some of the worlds largest networking companies and medical startups achieve high availability, scalability and dynamically adapting SOA systems.
Real world applications, there is more to SOA and scaling systems than just dropping some XML files into a file area and applying XSLT style-sheets, you still need some old-fashioned engineering.
When you start building complex SOA applications, there will be a few key factors that you’ll see in larger systems, they are usually not addressed in current texts or documentation, they are complicated; but to really win with asynchronous solutions, you need to be able to
· Build State Machines · Have Conversational patterns · Realize how you can cluster aggregations and complex patterns · Know when to transact and where it really doesn’t matter.
No matter what you plan to do in your enterprise integrations efforts, it is likely you'll at the very least peak at an ESB solution. To really achieve results while using an ESB you need to start building
- Cluster capable
- State driven
- Effectively aggregating
- Transactionally safe
- Correctly utilizing EE
- Asynchronous message driven