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ISYS8033

Services Oriented Enterprise


Course Credit Theory :4

Course Credit Practicum :

Course Information
2019, Odd Semester, Periode 1
1. Course Description

Introduce state of the art and concept of service oriented computing (SOC) in enterprise
environment. Introduce new way of thinking about applications,partnerships,outsourcing and
provide framework that aligning IT and Business. Introduce enterprise performance management
(service performance), Business Process Management (service integration) and Service Oriented
Architecture (IT service Infrastructure).

2. Learning Outcomes

1. Demonstrate understanding and analyzing of the service oriented modeling, service life
cycle,and services components
2. Demonstrate understanding and analyzing about Service Definition, Discovery and Deployment
3. Demonstrate analyzing, Design, and Build SOA Development
4. Demonstrate and Explain about BPM architecture and BPM implementation

3. Teaching and Learning Strategies

1. Demonstration
2. Case Study
3. Group Discussion
4. Presentation
5. Lecture

4. Text and Other Resources


4.1 Textbook

Khoshafian.2007.Service Oriented Enterprise..Auerbach Publications.-.

4.2 Other Resources

1. Introduction of Service Oriented Enteprise and Service Oriented Methodologies -


2. Introduction and Implementation of Service Definition, Discovery and Deployment -
3. SOA Development Process -
4. Service Oriented Analysis and Modeling -
5. Introduction Service Oriented Design and SOA Composition Guidelines -
6. Service Design and Case in SOA Implementation -
7. Introduction Business Process Management, BPM Methodologies ,BPMN -
8. Business Process Architecture -
9. Business Process Scoring -
10. BPMS Architecture -
11. Service Oriented Architecture Concept, Technology, and Design - Erl, Thomas.2005.Service
Oriented Architecture Concept, Technology, and Design..Prentice Hall. .
12. Business Process Management, Concepts,Languages,Architectures - Mathias W.2007.Business
Process Management, Concepts,Languages,Architectures..Springer. .
13. Business Process Management Practical Guidelines to Successful Implementations - Jeston, John
and Johan Nelis.2006.Business Process Management Practical Guidelines to Successful
Implementations..Elseveir Ltd. Springer . .
14. Developing Applications with a Service-Oriented Architecture : Student Notebook (ERC 6.0) -
IBM.2006.Developing Applications with a Service-Oriented Architecture : Student Notebook (ERC
6.0)..Websphere Education. .
15. Business Process Management Practical Guidelines to Successful Implementations - Jeston, John
and Johan Nelis.2006.Business Process Management Practical Guidelines to Successful
Implementations..Elseveir Ltd. .

5. Evaluation

Lecture

Component Weight Learning Outcome


1 2 3 4
FIN 40 % V V V V
PAP 20 % V V V V
PPR 40 % V V V V

6. Topic

Session Learning Outcomes Topics References


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Book-2 : Service Oriented
Architecture Concept,
Technology, and Design
(chapter 3,4 dan 5) -

2 - F2F Demonstrate Building SOA MM : Building SOA


understanding and (Technology and Design) (Technology and Design) -
analyzing about Service general_course_outline\co
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Book-2 : Service Oriented
Architecture Concept,
Technology, and Design
(chapter 3,4 dan 5) -

3 - F2F Demonstrate analyzing, Project Management in MM : Project Management


Design, and Build SOA SOA Project in SOA Project - general_c
Development ourse_outline\course_outli
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Session Learning Outcomes Topics References
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4 - F2F Demonstrate and Explain Process Foundation , MM : Process Foundation


about BPM architecture Technology Foundation , , Technology Foundation ,
and BPM implementation BPM Foundation BPM Foundation - general
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15928\2017091023082700
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Book-2 : Business Process
Management, Concepts,La
nguages,Architectures
(chapter 3,4,5) -

5 - F2F Demonstrate and Explain Business Process MM : Business Process


about BPM architecture Modeling Tools and Modeling Tools and
and BPM implementation Technology Technology - general_cour
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main_material\RS2\01592
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Book-2 : Business Process
Management, Concepts,La
nguages,Architectures
(chapter 7,8) -

6 - F2F Demonstrate and Explain Project Implementation for MM : Project


about BPM architecture Integration SOA and BPM Implementation for
and BPM implementation Integration SOA and BPM
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1 - F2F Demonstrate Introduction of Service MM : Introduction of


understanding and Oriented Enteprise and Service Oriented Enteprise
analyzing of the service Service Oriented and Service Oriented
oriented modeling, service Methodologies Methodologies - general_c
life cycle,and services ourse_outline\course_outli
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Session Learning Outcomes Topics References
Book-1 : Service Oriented
Enterprise ( chapter 1 dan
2)-
Book-2 : Service Oriented
Architecture Concept,
Technology, and Design
(chapter 1 dan 3) -
LN : Introduction of
Service Oriented Enteprise
and Service Oriented
Methodologies - general_c
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tes_1_SOE.docx

2 - F2F Demonstrate Introduction and MM : Introduction and


understanding and Implementation of Service Implementation of Service
analyzing about Service Definition, Discovery and Definition, Discovery and
Definition, Discovery and Deployment Deployment - general_cou
Deployment rse_outline\course_outline
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Book-1 : Service Oriented
Enterprise ( chapter 3 dan
4)-
Book-2 : Developing
Applications with a
Service-Oriented
Architecture : Student
Notebook (ERC 6.0) (unit
2) -
Book-3 : Service Oriented
Architecture Concept,
Technology, and Design
(chapter 3,4 dan 5) -
LN : Introduction and
Implementation of Service
Definition, Discovery and
Deployment - general_cou
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Session Learning Outcomes Topics References
3 - F2F Demonstrate SOA Development MM : Service Design and
understanding and Process Case in SOA
analyzing about Service Implementation - general_
Definition, Discovery and course_outline\course_outl
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Architecture Concept,
Technology, and Design
(chapter 3,4 dan 5) -
LN : SOA Development
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4 - F2F Demonstrate analyzing, Service Oriented Analysis MM : Service Oriented


Design, and Build SOA and Modeling Analysis and Modeling - g
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Book-1 : Service Oriented
Enterprise ( chapter 1 & 2
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Book-2 : Service Oriented
Architecture Concept,
Technology, and Design
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LN : Service Oriented
Analysis and Modeling - g
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Session Learning Outcomes Topics References
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5 - F2F Demonstrate analyzing, Introduction Service MM : Introduction Service


Design, and Build SOA Oriented Design and SOA Oriented Design and SOA
Development Composition Guidelines Composition Guidelines -
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Book-1 : Service Oriented
Enterprise ( chapter 5 ) -
Book-2 : Service Oriented
Architecture Concept,
Technology, and Design
(chapter 13,14) -
LN : Introduction Service
Oriented Design and SOA
Composition Guidelines -
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6 - F2F Demonstrate analyzing, Service Design and Case MM : Service Design and
Design, and Build SOA in SOA Implementation Case in SOA
Development Implementation - general_
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Book-1 : Service Oriented
Enterprise ( chapter 5 ) -
Book-2 : Service Oriented
Architecture Concept,
Technology, and Design
(chapter 15,16) -
LN : Service Design and
Case in SOA
Session Learning Outcomes Topics References
Implementation - general_
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7 - F2F Demonstrate and Explain Introduction Business MM : Introduction


about BPM architecture Process Management, Business Process
and BPM implementation BPM Methodologies Management, BPM
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9 - F2F Demonstrate and Explain Business Process Scoring MM : Business Process


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7. General Information

Students are required to be familiar with the BINUS UNIVERSITY - Code of conduct, and to abide by
its terms and conditions.

7.1 Copying of Copyright Material By Student

A condition of acceptance as a student is the obligation to abide by the University's policy on the
copying of copyright material. This obligation covers photocopying of any material using the
University's photocopying machines, and the recording off air, and making subsequent copies, of
radio or television broadcasts, and photocopying textbooks. Students who flagrantly disregard
University policy and copyright requirements will be liable to disciplinary action under the Code of
Conduct

7.2 Academic Misconduct

Please refer to the code of Conduct for definitions and penalties for Academic Misconduct,
plagiarism, collusion, and other specific acts of academic dishonesty.
Academic honesty is crucial to a student's credibility and self-esteem, and ultimately reflects the
values and morals of the University as a whole. A student may work together with one or a group of
students discussing assignment content, identifying relevant references, and debating issues relevant
to the subject. Adademic investigation is not limited to the views and opinions of one individual, but
is built by forming opinion based on past and present work in the field, It is legitimate and
appropriate to synthesize the work of others, provided that such work is clearely and accurately
referenced.
Plagiarism occurs when the work (including such things as text, figures, ideas, or conceptual
structure, whether verbatim or not) created by another person or persons is used and presented as
one's own creation, unless the source of each quotation or piece of borrowed material is
acknowledged with an approppriate citation. Encouraging or assisting another persion to commit
plagiarism is a form of improper collusion and may attract the same penalties.
To prevent Academic Misconduct occurring, students are expected to familiarize themselves with the
University policy, the Subject Outline statements, and specific assignment guidelines. Students
should also seek advice from Subject Leaders on acceptable academic conduct.
7.2.1 Guidelines To Avoid Plagiarism

Whenever you copy more than a few words from any source, you must acknowledge that
source by putting the quote in quotation marks and providing the name of the author. Full
details must be provided in your bibliography.
If you copy a diagram, statistival table, map, etc., you must acknowledge the source.
The recommended way is to show this under the diagram. If you quote any statistics in your
text, the source should be acknowledged. Again full details must be provided in your
bibliography.
Whenever you use the ideas of any other author you should acknowledge those, using the APA
(American Psychological Association) style of referencing.
Students are encouraged to co-operate, but collusion is a form of cheating. Students may use
any sources (acknowledged of course) other than the assignments of fellow students. Unless
your Subject Leader informs you otherwise,the following guideline should be used:
Students may work toegther in obtaining references, discussing the content of the references
and discussing the assignment, but when they write, they must write alone.

7.2.2 Referencing For Written Work

Referencing is necessary to acknowledge others' ideas, avoid plagiarism, and allow readers to
access those others' ideas. Referencing should:
1. Acknowledge others' ideas;
2. Allow readers to find the source;
3. Be consistent in format and
4. Acknowledge the source of the referencing format.
To attain these qualities, the school recommends use of either the Harvard or American
Psychological Association style of referencing, both of which use the author/date.

7.2.3 Referencing Standards

APA style referencing.

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