Curt Peterson at OC .NET Connected Systems SIG 8/13/08
The Managed Services Engine - Curt Peterson, Neudesic
Today’s SOA implementations require more than just Web services and messaging, they are complex environments in need of feature rich, robust management and governance solutions. End to end service lifecycle management with support for versioning, deployment, service composition, ESB, and repository features are just a few of the capabilities required to form a moderately successful SOA platform. The Managed Services Engine (MSE) is one approach to facilitating Enterprise SOA through service virtualization. Built upon the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and the Microsoft Server Platform, the MSE was developed by Microsoft Services as we helped customers address the challenges of SOA in the enterprise. In this session you will learn how MSE can help you and your organizations deploy services faster, coordinate change management, and maximize the reuse of various service elements.
Here’s Curt’s slide deck from the presentation.
Curt Peterson is a Distinguished Engineer at Neudesic, one of Microsoft’s leading .NET professional services firms and Microsoft Gold Certified Partners, headquartered in Irvine, CA. Curt brings considerable expertise and over twenty five years of experience in building complex, mission critical applications based on Microsoft technologies, and is responsible for all field engineering aspects of Neudesic’s Neuron ESB product. He has presented technical tracks at numerous industry events including Microsoft’s Visual Studio.NET roll-outs and Gartner conferences. Curt is a member of the Southern California .NET Architect Council and is a regular speaker and trainer for numerous Microsoft .NET programs, specializing in SOA, and Enterprise Architecture. In addition, Curt was the founding member of the Microsoft Connected Systems Division Virtual Technical Specialist Team, and is a part of the Microsoft Connect Systems Advisory Board.