Data Services Platform: Your Key to Secure Information Sharing

Agencies are subject to increasing regulation that demands more accountability and better data transparency. JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform solves agencies' data integration issues while laying the foundation for a robust, agile, and secure information fabric.

Government agencies have a need to solve urgent, tactical data integration issues, while at the same time laying the foundation for a robust, agile, and secure information fabric. Whether it's supporting users and communities of interest (COI) for whom existing data assets and infrastructure were never originally designed, or creating the integrated resources for supporting new missions, there's a shared challenge. Most of this data is typically in multiple, disparate systems, making timely solutions difficult.

ata services are the key to solving this problem. They allow seamless access, federation, and deployment of disparate and legacy data sources into a service-oriented architecture. Data services go beyond the traditional concept of a federated data object and include rich semantic and syntactic mediation capabilities, as well as realtime mapping and transformation to structured XML documents for use in a web service.

Join Chuck Mosher, Principal Solutions Architect at Red Hat, to discuss JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform. This powerful, metadata-driven, model-based data services management system enables rapid creation, deployment, and management of data services. During this webinar, you'll learn:

During this webinar, you will learn:

* Why data services are the key to implementing a successful Service-Oriented Architecture

* How data services can enable COI-based information sharing initiatives

* How to rapidly integrate and re-purpose existing data assets in a secure manner

* How you can improve compliance while reducing its cost


Date: April 22, 2009

  • On-demand
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical


Chuck Mosher Principal Solutions Architect, Red Hat