LIVE Panel: Cloud QCamp - Challenges and Opportunities in SOA and Cloud: Lessons Learned
Date & Time: June 3, 2009 1:00 PM EDT (duration: 45 mins.)
Phil Wainewright, Procullux Ventures (bio)
David Bressler, Principal Architect, Progress Software (bio)
Joe McKendrick, ebizQ Contributor (bio)
Ed Horst, Vice President Product Strategy, AmberPoint (bio)
Should SOA be extended to cloud computing, or is cloud a different level
of computing? Should the same best practices being applied to SOA –
governance, orchestration, ROI measurements – be applied to cloud
computing and Web 2.0 initiatives? Do we risk repeating some of the same
mistakes? What lessons have we learned from SOA implementations? Where
are the opportunities?
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Featured Speaker Bios:
Phil Wainewright - A preeminent authority on emerging trends in business automation, Phil
Wainewright is ebizQ's Community Manager for Leveraging the Connected
Web. This community covers Enterprise 2.0, Mashups, Cloud, SaaS, Web
Content and Social Networking, among other topics.
As Community Manager, Wainewright will blog and podcast to keep the
ebizQ community fully informed on the latest news and breakthroughs
relevant to the Connected Web. Wainewright will also pen feature
articles, attend briefings, select press releases and source content
from other analysts, industry associations and vendors for publication
on ebizQ. Each week, he'll compile the most important news and views
in an e-mail newsletter for ebizQ's ever-growing Connected Web
Wainewright is ideally suited to the job having spent more than a
decade tracking the emergence of the Web as a platform for business
automation. He has built a worldwide reputation as an insightful
commentator and strategist, with a track record of spotting key trends
at an early stage.
Phil Wainewright specializes in on-demand services (SaaS, PaaS and
cloud), Web 2.0/Enterprise 2.0 and services architectures (SOA). He
has closely observed the evolution of SaaS for more than a decade
since founding the ASPnews [provide link] website in 1998. He now
writes the influential ZDNet Software as Services blog and, as CEO of
strategic consulting firm Procullux Ventures, advises ISVs and other
industry participants on SaaS success strategies. He also founded the
Loosely Coupled blog to track enterprise adoption of web services and
is a member of the Enterprise Irregulars network.
David Bressler is Progress Software's Actional Product & Community Evangelist. In this role, David provides customers with the expertise and experience required to deliver an enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA) and steers technology partnerships to provide real value to customer deployments. With almost 20 years and over 30 countries of experience in enterprise software and data networking, David brings to customer engagements a deep knowledge of application integration and data networking, blended with an ability to leverage emerging technology to create business value. David joined Progress in 2006 with the acquisition of Actional. Prior to joining Actional in 2002, David was one of the leaders responsible for bootstrapping Tibco’s European operations and the key driver behind TIBCO's relationship with Cisco. He went on to become vice president of strategic technology development at Aether Systems through their successful IPO, and then on to manage the delivery of shared middleware networks at Radianz (now BT Radianz). David received his MBA in International Business from New York University Stern School of Business where he graduated with distinction. He can be reached at http://twitter.com/djbressler.
Long-time ebizQ contributor Joe McKendrick is a writer and independent analyst who tracks the impact of information technology on management and markets. He writes ebizQ's Business Transformation in Action (formerly SOA in Action) blog and is a frequent speaker at industry events.
Ed Horst has more than twenty years of experience in planning, marketing and developing distributed systems, management frameworks and development tools. He was the vice president of Marketing at OnKilter, a strategy execution software vendor, and Provato, an electronic contract management solution provider that was acquired by I-Many. Previously, he was a founding member of the marketing team at Forte and held various engineering and product management positions at Ingres.
In addition to his work at leading software companies, Mr. Horst served for several years an IT Director for Atlas Die, a Midwestern manufacturing firm, where he was an early implementer of several early-stage technologies, including CAD applications, relational databases and wide area networking systems.