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SOA Governance:

What’s Required To Govern And

Manage A Service-Oriented

Architecture

An Oracle White Paper

October 2006

SOA Governance: What’s Required to Govern and

Manage a Service-Oriented Architecture.

INTRODUCTION

Service-oriented architectures (SOA) offer significant advantages, however they

place additional demands on visibility, control, and overall governance.

Although enterprise SOA initiatives are generally deployed incrementally, issues around SOA governance must be addressed early in the implementation process to gain long-term value and maintain quality and consistency.

Typically, SOA governance ensures that (1) services deliver expected results based on well-defined business goals, and (2) services are published and managed throughout their lifecycle according to company rules for design, deployment, access control, and audit, as well as compliance with regulatory requirements.

An ungoverned SOA can become a liability for the enterprise, reversing the positive Oracle provides an integrated SOA solution including multiple components cycle and adding costs and disrupting

addressing the following:

processes. In fact, Gartner estimates that a lack of working governance mechanisms Lifecycle management of services and related resources • in mid-to-large-size (greater than 50 services) SOA projects is the most Definition and management of security policies • common reason for project failure.

Runtime security policy and service-level agreement enforcement • Gartner, “Service-Oriented Architecture Service availability • Craves Governance”, January 2006 Service provisioning • Monitoring

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SOA Governance: What’s Required to Govern and Manage a SOA Page 2 A lack of interoperability amongst web services, creating silos of business • services and perpetuating the same challenges presented by traditional, tightly-coupled architectures.

Non-compliance with company and government regulations due to the • failure to associate key policies with services.

Security breaches caused by allowing arbitrary access to services.

• Governance in current and future SOA deployments requires centralized definition of web services security policies and service-level agreements (SLAs). Security and management policies should be defined and stored centrally in a single point of control, and enforced locally where the web services actually run.

SOA governance policies must be provisioned to local enforcement points from a policy management system leveraging a web services registry.

STANDARDS A key component of a successful SOA governance implementation is a registry based on the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) specification.

A UDDI registry is essentially an online directory enabling service providers to advertise their offerings and allowing service consumers to find services that match their criteria. It provides a “white pages” listing of service providers, a “yellow pages” listing of the services offered, and technical information needed to access a service as defined in the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) document for that service.

In addition, Web Services Inspection Language (WSIL) provides an XML framework designed to inspect a specific site for available services and a set of rules for how inspection-related information should be made available to web services consumers. In this sense, WSIL can be seen as a "metacatalog" of services.

Unlike UDDI, WSIL works under the assumption that you are already aware of the service provider. WSIL facilitates the aggregation of references to various service description documents, which allows users to inspect sites for available web services. For example, users who choose to register their service descriptions in UDDI can create WSIL references instructing consumers to use UDDI to discover service description information.

Another set of standards relevant to SOA governance is Web Services Policy (WSPolicy) and its companion specifications (WS-PolicyAssertions and WSPolicyAttachment).

A web service provider may define conditions (or “policies”) under which a service is to be provided. The WS-Policy framework enables one to specify policy information that can be processed by web services applications.

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SOA Governance: What’s Required to Govern and Manage a SOA Page 4 A key component of Oracle’s offering is the fully UDDI V3-compliant Oracle Service Registry. The Registry provides a central platform for such critical governance functions as lifecycle management of services and resources; ensuring quality and external and internal standards compliance; notifying stakeholders of change; adherence to policy; and access control to services.

Compliance with the UDDI standard is critical to offering a scalable governance solution. For example, UDDI compliance enables integrated development environments such as Oracle JDeveloper and Eclipse to query the Oracle Service Registry in a standard manner, enabling such tools to retrieve service interfaces for client generation.

In addition, the Registry itself is implemented as a standards-based web service, meaning that virtually all of the Registry’s functionality can be accessed through standard SOAP-based application programming interface (API) calls. As such, any number of client applications can be implemented or extended to interact with the Registry at design-time or runtime.

In addition to the Registry, the Oracle SOA governance solution includes Oracle Web Service Manager (WSM), which provides the ability to enforce SOA policy at runtime for each web service registered with the environment.

Oracle WSM can be used by a developer or a security administrator. The Oracle

WSM process includes:

Defining security policies and SLAs based on corporate and regulatory • requirements using Oracle WSM’s Policy Manager.

Broadcasting security policies and SLAs to enforcement points which can • be gateways (analogous to proxy servers sitting in the DMZ) or agents (running in the same process space as the application they protect).

Gateways and Agents execute security policies and SLAs in real time.

Monitoring access-control events such as authentication and authorization, • as well as web service requests traffic and pre-defined SLAs. Monitoring is reported in charts and other graphical representations in Oracle WSM’s web-based management console.

The Oracle Service Registry integrates with Oracle WSM to enable runtime enforcement of policies set on services exposed through the Registry. Specifically, the Oracle WSM administrator can import service information published to the Registry and used by Oracle WSM to secure access to web services through its policy enforcement points (gateways and agents described above). Once a service is secured, the UDDI entry for the service within the Registry can easily be updated with the proxy URL redirecting service callers through Oracle WSM.

CONCLUSION The promise of SOA is powerful and appealing but it radically changes traditional IT architecture approaches.

SOA Governance: What’s Required to Govern and Manage a SOA Page 5 While SOA provides many benefits, it also introduces new challenges and risks that must be managed and mitigated.

The concept of SOA governance, while still nascent, is already a prerequisite for a successful SOA implementation. As with any sound management practice, SOA must be seen as a first-order concern, with requirements that must be factored into your organization’s SOA strategy at the very earliest stages of implementation.

SOA Governance: What’s Required to Govern and Manage a SOA Page 6 SOA Governance: What’s Required to Govern and Manage a SOA.

October 2006 Author: Marc Chanliau Contributing Author: Dan Hynes Oracle Corporation World Headquarters 500 Oracle Parkway Redwood Shores, CA 94065 U.S.A.

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