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The New SOA Synergy Session at SOA World Conference & Expo

Only the synergy of transaction-oriented operational and security management can achieve visibility

Industry veteran Paul Lipton, Senior Architect specializing in SOA and Web services in the Wily Technology Division of CA, will be giving a session at SOA World 2007 in New York (25-26 June, 2007) called "The New SOA Synergy" in which he will explain how runtime governance, triage, and security must work together if the success of any SOA project is to be assured.

"One must gain an understanding of the true nature, performance characteristics, and availability of the business transactions that flows in real-time through these highly distributed services and their supporting IT infrastructure," maintains Lipton  (pictured here talking in SYS-CON.TV's Times square studio in 2006 with Jeremy Geelan).

Taking an architectural approach, Lipton's session will discuss the requirements for runtime governance in such an environment and the affect that these requirements will have on security.

"For example," explains Lipton, "SOA services can be vulnerable to denial-of-service attacks and other problems resulting in costly service level failures. Only the synergy of transaction-oriented operational and security management can achieve visibility into such problems before they grow serious."

His session will discuss best practices so that anyone attending can be prepared to deliver verifiably reliable and successful services, and effectively triage SOA business transaction failures and risks in real-time.

Paul Lipton is Senior Architect specializing in SOA and Web services in the Wily Technology Division of CA. He has served in CA's Office of the CTO as a Strategist, and has been an architect and developer of enterprise systems for over 20 years. Lipton has also participated in many standards organizations, is a founding member of the CA Council for Technical Excellence, a Microsoft MVP, and a Sun Java Champion. He is a highly sought-after author and speaker, and has shared his knowledge around the world covering such topics as Enterprise Architecture, SOA, Web services, management/security, governance, Java, .NET, and EAI.

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SOA News 02/11/07 07:27:55 PM EST

'For example,' explains Lipton, 'SOA services can be vulnerable to denial-of-service attacks and other problems resulting in costly service level failures. Only the synergy of transaction-oriented operational and security management can achieve visibility into such problems before they grow serious.'