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  • Maturity Fall 2008

    1. 1. SOA @ UW-Madison <ul><li>EDUCAUSE 2008 </li></ul><ul><li>Jim Phelps </li></ul>
    2. 2. Strategic Direction
    3. 3. Lessons Learned
    4. 4. Maturity
    5. 6. Maturity States: <ul><li>Business Silos </li></ul><ul><li>Standardized Technology </li></ul><ul><li>Optimized Core </li></ul>
    6. 7. 4. Business Modularity
    7. 8. SOA is a state of Enterprise Maturity Enterprise Maturity
    8. 9. <ul><li>http://www.registrar.wisc.edu/courseguide/ </li></ul>Course Guide
    9. 10. What is the Course Guide - Student’s Viewpoint
    10. 11. What is the Course Guide - Student’s Viewpoint 202 Renaissance to Modern Art. I , II, SS; 4 cr (H-E). Representative masters in the historical development of European painting, sculpture, and architecture from the fourteenth century to the present. P: Open to Fr.
    11. 12. What is the Course Guide - Student’s Viewpoint
    12. 13. What is the Course Guide - Student’s Viewpoint
    13. 14. What is the Course Guide Art History 202 Syllabus The College of Letters and Science recognizes that students have a wide range of values, interests, and skills, and that their questions and concerns often change over time. The College offers a number of advising resources through organized advising services and through advisers at the department and program level in order to provide the best undergraduate advising possible. Students are encouraged to seek the help of several different types of academic advisers within the College during their years on campus Text Books The College of Letters and Science recognizes that students have a wide range of values, interests, and skills, and that their questions and concerns often change over time. The College offers a number of advising resources through organized advising services and through advisers at the department and program level in order to provide the best undergraduate advising possible. Students are encouraged to seek the help of several different types of academic advisers within the College during their years on campus 202 Renaissance to Modern Art. I , II, SS; 4 cr (H-E). Representative masters in the historical development of European painting, sculpture, and architecture from the fourteenth century to the present. P: Open to Fr.
    14. 15. Course Guide - Other Features Remember to take this next Spring Art History 202 322 Teaching Art. (Crosslisted with Curric) I, II; 3 cr. Designed to acquaint elementary education students with the visual arts; establish a rationale for teaching art; develop an elementary art curriculum; understand the developmental stages of artistic growth and the evaluative process in art education. P: EED; C&I 367, 368, 369, 422 & 506. Syllabus The College of Letters and Science recognizes that students have a wide range of values, interests, and skills, and that their questions and concerns often change over time. The College offers a number of advising resources through organized advising services and through advisers at the department and program level in order to provide the best undergraduate advising possible. Students are encouraged to seek the help of several different types of academic advisers within the College during their years on campus Text Books f Letters and Science recognizes that students have a wide range of values, interests, and skills, and that their questions and concerns often change over time. The College offers a number of advising resources through organized advising services and through advisers at the department and program level in order to provide the best undergraduate advising possible. Students are encouraged to seek the help of several different types of academic advisers within the College during their years on campus
    15. 16. What is the Course Guide - Favorites Lists My Favorites
    16. 17. What is the Course Guide - Send to Scheduler
    17. 18. What Architecture?
    18. 19. Course Guide at the Center of many things Course Guide
    19. 20. flickr: thomas.merton
    20. 21. Service Oriented Architecture
    21. 22. Maturity
    22. 23. Course Guide
    23. 24. Sources
    24. 30. Enterprise Service Bus
    25. 31. User Interface
    26. 32. Enterprise Service Bus
    27. 33. Portlet Application Engine Orchestration My Favorites
    28. 34. Application
    29. 35. My Favorites Application
    30. 36. Portlet Application Engine Orchestration My Favorites
    31. 37. Portlet Application Engine Orchestration My Favorites
    32. 38. Matures out of the infrastructure
    33. 39. Technical Maturity
    34. 40. Enterprise Maturity
    35. 41. Skills
    36. 42. My Favorites Application
    37. 43. Portlet Application Engine Orchestration My Favorites
    38. 44. Orchestration
    39. 45. Business Process Analysis & Improvement
    40. 46. BPML BPMN BPEL BPEL BPEL
    41. 47. Orchestration and Assembly
    42. 48. My Favorites Application
    43. 49. Enterprise Maturity: Skills
    44. 50. Scope and Trust
    45. 51. Enterprise Service Bus
    46. 52. My Favorites Application
    47. 53. Enterprise Service Bus
    48. 54. Enterprise Maturity: P.M.
    49. 55. Funding
    50. 56. Enterprise Service Bus Course Guide [email_address] Moodle, etc...
    51. 57. Products or Projects
    52. 58. Shared Infrastructure
    53. 59. Enterprise Maturity: Funding
    54. 60. Behavioral Maturity
    55. 61. Me! Now! Me! Now! Me! Now!
    56. 62. Design for the Enterprise
    57. 63. Collaborate Cooperate Compromise Compromise Compromise
    58. 64. Third Second First
    59. 65. Enterprise Maturity: Behavior
    60. 66. Governance
    61. 68. Access to Data Requests
    62. 69. Approval of Applications
    63. 70. Enterprise Maturity: Governance
    64. 71. Maturity
    65. 72. SOA @ UW-Madison <ul><li>EDUCAUSE 2008 </li></ul><ul><li>Jim Phelps </li></ul><ul><li>Sr. I.T. Architect, UW-Madison </li></ul><ul><li>Chair, ITANA.org </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.jimphelps.info </li></ul>This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA.

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