Welcome to the
group. There were 2 demo scenarios presented last meeting, emergency
response and a brokered supply chain. It has been decided to create a
new scenario which is only just forming, please see the meeting notes here: http://colab.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?DemoMeeting092106
Information on the
prior rev of the demo is here; http://colab.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?SoaDemoSpec
We are looking for
some domain expertise to flesh out the scenario and will be producing the spec
over the next couple of weeks.
On Behalf Of Elzbieta
September 22, 2006 11:14 AM
Subject: [soa-demo] demo
I subscribed to the soa demo
mailing list recently. I would like to participate in the demo effort. I am
currently working on the research project which goal is to model the
performance of Community of Interest and Enterprise Service Enabled
Applications interacting via Service Oriented Architecture. The modeling that
I am talking about is a modeling allowing dynamic simulations of the model.
This model allows running different scenarios and evaluating different aspect
of the modeled system in a dynamic way.
In order to model SOA based
enterprise application we need a use case and the best corresponding
implementation of the use case. The Emergency Response demo looked very
interesting to me – it gives the opportunity to explore different aspects of
SOA – the core of the SOA fabric where the system is static, nodes are always
available, with high bandwidth and the edge where the nodes are mobile and
disconnected periodically with the low bandwidth, different types of
communications, data sharing etc.
I am a little confused about the
demo scenario – during June Service Oriented Architecture for E-government
Conference The Emergency Response scenario was presented – I do not see the
continuation of this scenario. Were this scenario implemented and now the new
one is in the pipeline?
It looks like Rex Brooks was
involved in Emergency Response scenario – can you tell what the story with
this scenario is – Do we have a description of the scenario
Please let me