Live Discussion: Smart SOA Governance-A Look at Successful Case Studies
Date: October 14, 2009
12:00 pm US Eastern
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Miguel Chavez, Senior Architectural Expert, CSC (bio)
David A. Kelly, Analyst, ebizQ (bio)
Andrew Brown, Director of Security Product Marketing, AmberPoint (bio)
David A. Kelly
Series: ebizQ Roundtables
What’s holding your SOA environment together? You’ve got services, you’ve got processes, you probably even have registries. But do you have good governance? Because if you don’t, your SOA environment probably won’t hold together for long. And it definitely won’t increase your business agility or save you money.
Good governance policies, practices and technologies can help organizations do more with less, and make the resources they already have more effective and efficient, especially in complex areas such as SOA, risk management, security and compliance. Good governance approaches can also save companies money by increasing reuse, reducing wasted efforts and providing ways to monitor IT and business objectives.
Attend this panel discussion, moderated by Upside Research analyst David A. Kelly to get a no-holds barred look at smart approaches to SOA Governance. We’ll take a close look at how organizations are successfully using SOA governance to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of their SOA environment and business agility.
If you are considering (or have deployed) SOA-based applications, you need to attend this round table. The following topics will be covered:
- What is a smart approach to SOA Governance?
- Case studies of successful SOA Governance implementations
- Tips for saving money by building governance
- Recommended starting points for good governance
- SOA Governance best practices
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Featured Speaker Bios:
Miguel Chavez - Within CSC, Miguel Chavez is considered a Senior Architectural Expert, where he brings 20 plus years of IT experience. He has demonstrated successes in leading the application of various software architectures, their implementations, quality practices, and methodologies. His focus has been primarily in the area of software integrations originating from CORBA and now with SOA. His work with SOA has included architecture, design, contracts, roadmaps, project plans, and delivery, but his real passion is with SOA governance.
He has worked within a software organization, as a Big 5 consultant, and throughout industry with many verticals. He has been awarded patents, an IEEE test method, and has several publications. Mr. Chavez holds a MS degree in Software Engineering and a BS degree in Computer Science.
David Kelly - With twenty years at the cutting edge of enterprise infrastructure,
David A. Kelly is ebizQ's Community Manager for Optimizing Business/IT Management. This category includes IT governance, SOA governance,and compliance, risk management, ITIL, business service management,registries and more.
As Community Manager, David will blog and podcast to keep the ebizQ
community fully informed on all the important news and breakthroughs
relevant to enterprise governance. David will also be responsible for
publishing press releases, taking briefings, and overseeing vendor
submitted feature articles to run on ebizQ. In addition, each week,
David will compile the week's most important news and views in a
newsletter emailed out to ebizQ's ever-growing Governance community.
David Kelly is ideally suited to be ebizQ's Governing the
Infrastructure Community Manager as he has been involved with
application development, project management, and product development
for over twenty years. As a technology and business analyst, David has
been researching, writing and speaking on governance-related topics
for over a decade.
David is an expert in Web services, application development, and
enterprise infrastructures. As the former Senior VP of Analyst
Services at Hurwitz Group, he has extensive experience in translating
the implications of new application development, deployment, and
management technologies into practical recommendations for enterprise
customers. He's written articles for Computerworld, Software Magazine,
the New York Times, and other publications, and spoken at conferences
such as Comdex, Software Development, and Internet World. With
expertise ranging from application development to enterprise
management to integration/B2B services to IP networking and VPNs,
Kelly can help companies profit from the diversity of a changing
Andrew Brown has more than fifteen years of experience in developing and marketing enterprise security solutions. In his role as AmberPoint’s Director of Product Strategy, he works closely with AmberPoint’s hundreds of enterprise customers and helps set the company’s product roadmap for security solutions. Prior to AmberPoint, Andrew was a co-founder and Director of Strategic Marketing at Nanobiz, who built the industry’s first Web services development platform. Andrew went on to serve as Evangelist for the XML Web Services Security initiative at VeriSign, where he drove the development of offerings for application security. Andrew has also been a part of several security-related startups, has participated in industry standards groups such as WS-I, and was a member of the Java Commerce Group at Sun.