Most people in IT agree: you want to reuse code, rather than type the same thing twice. Choosing the right type of reuse can greatly speed up your development, decrease maintenance efforts, and reduce the number of errors by eliminating similar code.View the full agenda here, enjoy!
Of course you can copy something, and reuse it that way. However, this is hard to do, especially if somebody changes the original code. In SOA Suite 12c there are several ways to reuse code, implement patterns and quickly start your project. These options vary from project skeletons using Maven poms to composite templates and creating services. In this presentation we will explain the difference between a pattern, a library and a (micro)service and illustrate this with features from the SOA Suite 12c: maven, templates (BPEL and OSB), BPEL subprocesses, and services. The features will be explained using real-life examples. We will also discuss common pitfalls we have encountered.
At the end of this session attendees will be familiar with the facilities that SOA Suite offers to create consistent quality in projects, and will be better equipped to choose the appropriate method (library, pattern or service) to use in any situation.
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Virtual Technology Summit: Hands-On Learning With Oracle and Community Experts
The Oracle Technology Network (OTN) is organizing another Virtual Technology Summit this May. The summit includes Database, Java, Middleware, and OS/Virtualization/Hardware content. The VTS will be offered on May 5th, May 12th and May 19th. Lonneke and I will present the following session on reuse in Oracle SOA Suite 12c:
Posted by Ronald van Luttikhuizen at 4:54 PM
Labels: 12c, Middleware, Oracle, Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle SOA Suite 12c, OTN, VTS
Location: Nijmegen, Nederland
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