• Once you install the SOA Suite platform. If you want to
learn more on Oracle SOA governance I would suggest
you add two additional tools:
Organize production services through a UDDI directory.
Manage the definition and design of services.
• These tools provide the ability to control the runtime
and design aspects of SOA services upstream to
downstream of the SOA Suite (for a vision of the
highest level, refer to the article on the SOA Maturity
Model) This slide also provides an overview rapid
technological and key elements to achieve this
additional installation of SOA Suite 11g PS6.
• Oracle tools provide overall coherence necessary to master the
production chain and correctly follow the business services:
Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) to specify, document and
govern business services.
Oracle Service Registry (OSR) is a UDDI v3 when its directory.
• They combine and revolve around the SOA suite. The specification,
design, deployment, execution and monitoring are then connected
to each other. Rather than words, although this diagram below
summarizes these dependencies, technical here between 'Service
Definition' (OER), the 'Service Implementation and Configuration'
(JDev), SOA Test Staging and Prod '(SOA Suite and OSB) , SOA
Monitoring and Management '(OEM) and UDDI' (OSR).
As you can see, the technical standards of OER, OSR and MDS
are at the heart of this architecture. The following article
shows how to install them on a pedestal SOA Suite PS6. I will
cover the installation and setup of OER in my next post.
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