[jdom-interest] Seminar announcement: The Key To Scalable Service Oriented Architecture

Frank Cohen fcohen at pushtotest.com
Wed Nov 10 10:19:02 PST 2004

PushToTest, eBay, and PayPal are happy to bring you a new 2-day seminar:

"The Key To Scalable Service Oriented Architecture"

A 2-Day Seminar

Taught by Frank Cohen (author of Java Testing and Design) on designing 
and testing Web Services for scalability, performance, and reliability.

December 13-14, 2004, San Jose, California USA.

Complete details and syllabus are found at:

Seminar content:

Your goal is to understand and implement Service Oriented Architecture 
(SOA), Web Services, and Web applications to meet the goals of your 
business or organization. In this 2-Day seminar, you will learn how to 
determine where and when SOA is appropriate to meet your business 
requirements. You will learn how to select SOA tools and techniques to 
build SOA applications. You will learn immediately useful methodology 
and techniques to determine SOA scalability, performance, 
functionality, and quality-of-service. You will discover how to use the 
User Goal Oriented Test (UGOT) methodology for datacenter capacity 
planning, designing SOA for end-user success, and early detection of 
problems. You will see how the UGOT methodology is used to proof 
scalability and throughput at General Motors on BEA WebLogic Server and 
at eBay and PayPal. You will learn how to configure and use a set of 
open-source development and test tools and how to correctly interpret 
the results data into actionable knowledge. The seminar is led by 
experts that push beyond SOA basics and show you how to quickly solve 
your own service design and implementation problems in this practical, 
example-oriented, hands-on presentation. The class is targeted at 
software engineering managers, system architects, software developers, 
and quality engineers. Come meet your peers and the SOA scalability 
experts, in an intense, unique, and challenging experience.

The format is 70% discussion, 30% lab. Laptop required for hands-on lab 

Complete details and syllabus are found at:



Frank Cohen, PushToTest, http://www.PushToTest.com, phone: 408 374 7426
Author of "Java Testing and Design: From Unit Tests to Automated Web 
from Prentice Hall, details at http://thebook.pushtotest.com

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