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Recent studies show that up to 40 percent of the code written for the average service developed using an application server is unnecessary or redundant and makes SOA less flexible to change. Just as a civil engineer wouldn't design an office tower with independent plumbing, electricity and insulation for each individual office, software engineers should avoid writing services without a common framework for communications, deployment and management. The presenter will explore the concept of service virtualization, and how it can be used to manage the complexity of a heterogeneous, distributed SOA that includes Java, .NET, and various legacy and packaged applications deployed across the enterprise. Attendees will learn the different architectural components of service virtualization - mediation, deployment, governance and service management.
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