Get the SOA essentials in our introductory course, Service-Oriented Architecture: Best Practices for Successful Adoption:
Then, if you're migrating legacy systems to an SOA environment, learn what’s important in making a migration plan in our Service-Oriented Architecture: Legacy Systems Migration course.
Make the most of your travel and course time, too: plan to take both of these one-day courses in the same trip—they are conveniently offered on back-to-back dates.
Learn more about legacy system migration planning through our SOA Migration, Adoption, and Reuse Technique (SMART) Training course. You’ll gain insight about a proven approach to navigating through key decisions on the way to developing a legacy-system migration plan.
Take what you learned from the Best Practices course into our Advanced Topics in Service-Oriented Architecture course. From this course, you'll gain knowledge of architecting, securing, and testing service-oriented systems and of implementing SOA governance.
You might see that your organization needs to look closely at developing policies for an SOA environment. The SOA Governance Workshop, arranged at your location, can help you form
A complement to the governance workshop is the SOA Strategy Workshop, at which your organization can
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If your organization chooses to become an SEI Partner, you could apply for SEI certification as an SOA-SMART Team Lead. You would become qualified to guide the activities in SMART toward developing legacy migration plans for your organization or as a consulting service to other organizations.
Please note: Each SEI SOA training course is offered in one or more of these formats. Our SOA workshops are offered only in the customer on-site format.
In 1984, the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) was established as a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) to advance software and systems engineering principles and practices. The SEI is the only FFRDC dedicated to the software engineering field. It has spent the past 25 years identifying, developing, and advocating practices for developing high-quality software. The SEI bases its curriculum on this rich body of research and experience with software-reliant systems.
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