As SOA services become successful inside an organization, the
organization is often confronted with the challenge of making those
services available to external partners in a secure and affordable way.
As services are exposed externally, new security and governance
requirements must be considered such as SOAP or REST message level
security, service virtualization, delegated AAA Functions, and threat
prevention. With the new release of JBOSS Enterprise SOA 5,
organizations have a next generation application platform and ESB for
deployment of internal services and EAI.
In this session, learn how to deploy a pre-integrated Intel Service
Gateway with JBoss SOA 5 to establish an advanced perimeter defense and
first point of contact to internal SOA infrastructure.
Pierre Fricke, Director Product Line Management, Red Hat
As Director of Product Line Management for Red Hat's JBoss SOA
products, Pierre Fricke is responsible for driving the strategy and
enterprise messaging for these Red Hat products. Starting with JBoss
Portal and JBoss jBPM in 2005, Pierre led the product strategy and
expansion into the integration and SOA market with the JBoss Enterprise
SOA Platform which includes JBoss ESB, JBoss jBPM and JBoss Rules.
Today, these products are the unit volume market leader or emerging
strong challengers to long time incumbents. Pierre's focus is to expand
Red Hat's market presence in integration, service-oriented architecture
and business process automation, bringing the value of open source and
community innovation to customers in these markets.
Blake Dournaee, Intel SOA Products Group, Author- SOA Demystified
Blake Dournaee is currently the product manager responsible for Intel
SOA products. As a product manager at Sarvega, he was deeply involved
in the development of their flagship XML security, routing and
acceleration appliance products. Blake was a specialist in applied
cryptography applications at RSA Security and was a frequent speaker at
many RSA conferences throughout the US and Europe. Blake is an
established author who wrote the first book on XML Security and
co-authored SOA Demystified from Intel press.