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WSO2's Sanjaya Karunasena to Present on Open Source SOA Platforms at SOA World Conference & Expo

Making use of Web services

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) has taken modular programming principals into the distributed computing environment. But the functionality provided by such modules are much broader and, hence, can be considered as services. When applications are deployed in a distributed computing environment there is a need for a set of infrastructure services such a life-cycle management, service announcement, service discovery, security, integration, etc. Applications that provide these infrastructure services make up the SOA platform. This session will discuss the most common approach to implementing applications using SOA is to make use of Web services. Considering the advantages of the use of FOSS solutions in application development, it’s worth evaluating Web services–based FOSS options in building a SOA platform.

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Speaker Bio:
Sanjaya Karunasena is an enterprise architect with over 10 years of industry experience specializing in C/C++, Java and Microsoft Technologies. At WSO2, while contributing to a variety of projects, he helped establish the overall engineering processes. Previously, Sanjaya led a 300+ engineering team, developing many enterprise solutions, providing strategic direction to improve software engineering productivity and software quality.

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