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Global Services Oriented Architecture Strategy

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  • 1. Service-Oriented Architecture: Why should we care?
    • Tom Clarke
    January 2005
  • 2. The Global SOA Vision “ Any member of the justice community can access the information they need to do their job at the time they need it, in a form that is useful, regardless of the location of the data.”
  • 3. Justice Constraints
    • Many independent agencies and funding sources
    • Information sharing across divergent disciplines, branches of government, and business models
    • Business processes scaling across wide range
    • Many differences in software & hardware
  • 4. SOA Benefits
    • Autonomous business processes
    • High levels of reuse
    • Choice of implementation vendors and consultants
    • Off-the-shelf commodity software components
  • 5. The Global SOA Agenda
    • Identify justice services
    • Recommend a strategy for deployment
    • Recommend a strategy for developing supporting standards
    • Recommend a strategy for hosting supporting registries (both services & standards)
    • Recommend best practices for security, reliability, privacy, access, etc.
  • 6. Justice Services
    • GJXDM component = Microservice Content
    • Microservice + microservice + microservice = Reference Document
    • JIEM reference data exchange + Reference document = Service Content
  • 7. Justice Services, cont.
    • Service Content + Message Profile = Service
    • Services + Registries + standards + agreements + best practices = Managed Services
  • 8. Who is doing what?
    • GJXDM content
      • Global XSTF, Justice Associations, IJIS
    • Message standards
      • IJIS
      • GTTAC
      • OASIS Integrated Justice TC
      • SEARCH
      • Global ISWG Services SC
  • 9. Who is doing what?, cont.
    • Technology
      • World Wide Web Consortium
      • Web Services-Interoperability
      • OASIS
    • Implementation
      • Global ISWG Registries SC, Standards SC
      • Global Security WG, Privacy WG
  • 10. Business Benefits
    • Lower costs
    • Streamline processes
    • Improve service
    • Provide mission-critical services
    • Support a diverse community
  • 11.  

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