The SOA Consortium ™ today announced that a podcast and slide deck of the presentation by Cory Casanave, CEO, Model Driven Solutions on “Overview of Enterprise SOA Modeling with the New OMG SoaML™ UML ® Profile,” recorded at the March 2009 meeting of the SOA Consortium in Washington, D.C. are now available. To access the podcast, visit http://www.soa-consortium.org/pr-dc-cc .
The SoaML (Service oriented architecture Modeling Language) specification describes a UML profile and metamodel for the design of services within a service-oriented architecture. SoaML can be used for architecture level modeling, or as part of a Model Driven Architecture ® (MDA ® ) process, starting with a business model and transitioning through logical and physical models, resulting in technology implementation.
Casanave began by setting context, describing the rationale and objectives of SoaML, how SoaML views a service (agreement between parties to exchange something), the top-down (business-driven) and bottoms-up (legacy-aware) usage paths, and the mapping of those paths to MDA.
To bring the specification to life, Casanave walked through the artifacts related to a claims processing scenario, including the services architecture model, business process model, service contract, participant interaction model, message types, service interface, service usage, participant model, composite application structure and information model.
To hear Cory Casanave’s entire presentation, download the 22-minute podcast and accompanying slide presentation at http://www.soa-consortium.org/pr-dc-cc . To read more about this podcast or to share your views, visit the SOA Consortium’s SOA Insights blog at http://blog.soa-consortium.org .
The next SOA Consortium meeting is in San Jose, Costa Rica on June 24, 2009. Organizations interested in joining the SOA Consortium and attending the meeting should visit the website, http://www.soa-consortium.org or email email@example.com for more information.
About The SOA Consortium
The SOA Consortium is an advocacy group of end users, service providers and technology vendors committed to helping the Global 1000, major government agencies, and mid-market businesses successfully adopt Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) by 2010. SOA Consortium founding enterprise members include Fortune 200 companies in Financial Services, Travel, Manufacturing, Retail and Telecommunications. Sponsors are Cisco, HP, IBM Corporation, Layer 7 Technologies, MegaPractical, NEC Sphere, SPARX Systems and Sun Microsystems, Inc. Participants include Fortune 1000 corporations, major government agencies and non-governmental organizations. Any organization may join the SOA Consortium. The SOA Consortium is managed by OMG.