Marc Dutoo

Marc Dutoo

R&D Leader ( France)

September 23rd, 2011

From 17:00 to 18:00




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Under the patronage of

  • Logo Ministère de l'économie

Institution partners

  • Direccte Ile de France
  • Région Île de France
  • Ville de paris
  • Agence Régionale de Développement Paris Île-de-France
  • W3C

Diamond Sponsors

  • Red Hat

Platinum Sponsors

  • Alter way
  • Smile

Gold Sponsors

  • Neo Telecoms
  • SUSE
  • vmware Logo
  • Microsoft
  • Intel AppUp℠ Developer Program

Silver Sponsors

  • Oracle Logo
  • Capgemini
  • af83
  • Adacore
  • Bearstech Logo
  • Qualcomm
  • Ubuntu

Bronze Sponsors

  • Accenture
  • Alcatel-Lucent Logo
  • hp
  • Jamendo
  • Nuxeo


Main Organizer

  • Systematic


  • af83
  • Alter way
  • Smile

Experiment day organizers

  • Cap Digital
  • Hackable Devices

Service Integration Goes Social

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) involves complex technologies and, when done right, actors from the whole spectrum between business and IT. And it gets harder with new IT challenges such as cloud, agility and business architecture. How can we make SOA scale up ?
With the EasySOA project https://github.com/easysoa, Open Wide, Talend, Nuxeo, Bull and the INRIA labs bring a new component in the answer : an online, social, collaborative approach gathering business users and IT staff as well as SOA architects and developers. This allows on one side to add a lighter, agile SOA layer around « traditional » SOA, and on the other to provide an SOA framework that is really simple to use.
This presentation will show how managing SOA in a collaborative platform such as Nuxeo DM can improve visibility and business relevance of SOA. It will then focus on how this fosters collaboration on business requirements and fast prototyping, and how a tailored, OSGi-embedded entreprise service bus (ESB) can provide an useful "SOA sandbox". It will conclude by showing how it can branch out to an « on demand » Open Source solution, through a use case demonstrating seamless integration with a "traditional" SOA platform.

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