Service-oriented architecture analysis with Rational System Architect, Part 1: Application landscape and disaster recovery

Learn how to use Rational System Architect and the service-oriented architecture (SOA) add-in to discover how your business uses its services. Part 1 examines the application landscape of an enterprise, the roadmap of critical applications and servers that are set to be decommissioned in the future, and how the enterprise can recover from a disaster.

Jason A. Green (jasongreen@us.ibm.com), Rational Learning - Curriculum Architect, IBM

Jason Green is a Rational System Architect instructional designer, with a background in embedded systems and software based modeling programs.



10 September 2010

Learn how to use Rational® System Architect and the service-oriented architecture (SOA) add-in to discover how your business uses its services. Part 1 examines the application landscape of an enterprise, the roadmap of critical applications and servers that are set to be decommissioned in the future, and how the enterprise can recover from a disaster.

In this demo series:

  • See how your business plans and processes, IT applications, and hardware interrelate.
  • Map the landscape of your software programs and services and learn how they depend on one another.
  • Learn where you can save money and improve the effectiveness and reliability of your business services.

Note that the SOA add-in is an additional component to Rational System Architect 11.3 but is native in version 11.4.

System requirements

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Duration

8 minutes.

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TranscriptSOA_demo1.pdf100KB
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