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SOA Governance: Where the Rubber Meets the Runtime
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| by Harold van Aalst Follow 0 Followers on Apr 01, 2010 |

Harold van Aalst explains the need to use proper governance for SOA implementations by defining the rules, policies and standards to follow and having a tool to monitor them at runtime in order to discover when they are broken to be able to act on time. Beside the usual design-time governance, Aalst details on Development, Deployment and Runtime Governance.

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A former Enterprise Architect for BEA Systems and Progress, and Senior IT Consultant for IBM, Harold van Aalst has hands-on experience in managing projects and teams and in automating large enterprises. Some of van Aalst’s specialties include: Technology Architecture & Integration, IT Delivery and Project Management, Software Development, Budget and Cost Control, Staff Management and Team Building

The International SOA Symposium is a yearly event that features the top SOA experts and authors from around the world, providing a series of keynotes, talks, demonstrations, panels, and SOA training and certification workshops - all with an emphasis on realizing SOA in the real world.

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