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WSO2 terrà un seminario a Roma su come implementare l’integrazione delle API in un'architettura orientata ai servizi (service-oriented architecture, SOA)

Nell'era del business connesso, le aziende fanno sempre più affidamento sulla convergenza tra API, integrazione e architettura orientata ai servizi (service-oriented architecture, SOA). Le API RESTful collegano i partecipanti interni ed esterni, alle attività aziendali, l'integrazione congiunge i silos e l'architettura SOA incentiva le organizzazioni a sviluppare soluzioni di facile manutenzione. WSO2 terrà un seminario pratico della durata di mezza giornata per aiutare responsabili, sviluppatori e architetti IT ad adottare queste pratiche.

Il seminario intitolato "Convergenza tra API, integrazione e SOA" (API, Integration, and SOA Convergence) avrà luogo martedì 27 febbraio 2014 dalle 9:00 alle 13:30 presso l'Hotel ibis Styles Roma Eur a Roma, Italia. Per ulteriori informazioni, visitare http://wso2.com/events/workshops/2014-february-rome-api-integration-soa-convergence-workshop?022714.

Trasformazione del processo d'integrazione

Il seminario pratico dimostrerà come le aziende possano trasformare i loro processi d'integrazione per mezzo dell'implementazione rapida del modello RESTful, dell'applicazione di politiche di governance, assicurando una scalabilità affidabile delle soluzioni, orchestrando complesse sequenze d'interazione e riutilizzando i propri asset.

Isabelle Mauny, che presenterà il seminario, si soffermerà dapprima sui motivi per cui considerazioni attinenti alle applicazioni mobili, ai servizi cloud e ai big data stanno trasformando le pratiche relative all'integrazione. Dopodiché illustrerà i modelli e le migliori prassi per accrescere l'adozione, accelerare la consegna e creare soluzioni sostenibili. Isabelle spiegherà inoltre come realizzare un'architettura di riferimento per API, integrazione e SOA.

Le dimostrazioni tenute nel corso del seminario comprendono:

  • Sviluppo di API RESTful con WSO2 Application Server e WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (WSO2 ESB).
  • Condivisione di master data con WSO2 Data Services Server.
  • Mediazione, trasformazione e indirizzamento dei messaggi con WSO2 ESB.
  • Promozione delle interazioni mobili con WSO2 API Manager.
  • Monitoraggio di API RESTful, adozione e utilizzo dei servizi con WSO2 API Manager, l'insieme di strumenti WSO2 ESB e WSO2 Business Activity Monitor.

Presentatrice del seminario

Isabelle Mauny, direttrice del reparto gestione dei prodotti presso WSO2, dirige la sede di WSO2 a Madrid e collabora con i team di WSO2 addetti alla progettazione, alle vendite e al marketing per massimizzare il valore a favore dei clienti generato dal middleware, dalle piattaforme e dalle soluzioni WSO2. Il suo contributo è stato fondamentale per il lancio sul mercato dell'API di WSO2 completamente open source nel 2012. Isabelle vanta oltre vent'anni di esperienza nei rami tecnologia, consulenza e management circa la tecnologia Java, lo sviluppo di applicazioni, soluzioni middleware e l'architettura SOA. Ha pubblicato diversi articoli e tiene regolarmente seminari su argomenti quali amministrazione di sistemi, sviluppo di applicazioni e programmazione.

Informazioni su WSO2

WSO2 permette di sfruttare appieno il potenziale dell'impresa connessa tramite l'unica piattaforma aziendale completamente integrata che consente alle aziende di sviluppare, integrare e gestire le loro API, applicazioni e servizi Web in loco, nel cloud e tramite dispositivi mobili. Alcune delle più prestigiose società a livello mondiale fanno affidamento sulla premiata piattaforma completamente open source di WSO2 e sulle sue affidabili funzionalità DevOps e di governance per le loro applicazioni strategiche. Al momento tali società rappresentano pressoché ogni singolo settore: sanità, finanza, vendita al dettaglio, logistica, manifattura, viaggi, tecnologia, telecomunicazioni e altri settori ancora. Per ottenere ulteriori informazioni visitate http://wso2.com oppure la comunità WSO2 sul Blog di WSO2TwitterLinkedIn e Facebook.

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