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Event-Driven SOA on Grails

  • Mar 14, 2013 · 6:45 PM
  • EMC Offices

Note: as always, after the main talk we will spend some time sharing our experiences and asking each other questions.


Event-Driven SOA on Grails

Event-driven service oriented architecture, dubbed SOA 2.0 by some, is an architectural approach designed to foster extreme agility.

It combines the benefits of reusable, composable services with the extreme de-coupling that publish-subscribe architectures provide to deliver a platform that supports rapid change.

Couple this with the extreme productivity that Grails provides and you have one agile enterprise. This talk will outline a project currently underway at a large enterprise to deliver a custom event-driven SOA solution built entirely on Grails.


Bio - Paul Citarella

Paul is a seasoned technologist and entrepreneur with over a decade of software engineering experience in a variety of roles ranging from code slinger to technology executive. He is currently the founder and CEO of (implemented in Grails of course), and is actively engaged as a consultant to help enterprise Java shops achieve extreme productivity and agility with Grails. Paul was Oracle Magazine’s Fusion Middleware Architect of the Year in 2008.



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