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Managing Business Transactions from the Enterprise to the Cloud and Back

Date: June 17, 2009

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

All dates and times are NY local time, please consult your favorite world clock to determine when this webinar takes place in your time zone.

Featured Speakers:

David S. Linthicum, CEO, Linthicum Group, LLC (bio)
Ed Horst, Vice President Product Strategy, AmberPoint (bio)


Moderator:

Joe McKendrick, ebizQ Contributor

Sponsored By:

AmberPoint

Combining SOA and cloud computing is a clear trend, one that’s driving many in IT to look more seriously at cloud-delivered computing resources. Yet while these enterprise-to-cloud systems promise to increase efficiency and reduce costs, they also bring new challenges. Managing transactions—both on-premise and cloud-based—requires a best-of-breed runtime governance layer that’s able to remove the risks inherent to implementing and operating SOA systems using cloud computing.

In this informative webcast we’ll take you through the basics of implementing SOA systems that leverage cloud computing. We’ll focus on how to manage these systems, taking into account the special requirements posed by transactions flowing from the enterprise to the cloud and back.

SOA and cloud computing expert David Linthicum, author of “Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Your Enterprise,” will walk you through the approach of bringing transactional SOA to the clouds, and the best practices in SOA governance. Ed Horst, Vice President of Product Strategy for industry leader AmberPoint, will cover best practices for managing composite application that leverage cloud computing.

This Webcast will not only tell you what needs to be done, but how to do it, as well as covering core enabling technologies that will work for your enterprise the first time.

What You’ll Learn by Attending This Webcast:
  • The basics of SOA using cloud computing
  • The composite application management challenge
  • Best practices for business transaction management
  • Implementing SOA using cloud computing governance, and core enabling technology



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Featured Speaker Bios:

David S. Linthicum (Dave) knows cloud computing and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). He is an internationally recognized industry expert and thought leader, and the author and coauthor of 13 books on computing, including the best selling Enterprise Application Integration (Addison Wesley). Dave keynotes at many leading technology conferences on cloud computing, SOA, Web 2.0, and enterprise architecture, and has appeared on a number of TV and radio shows as a computing expert. He is a blogger for InfoWorld, Intelligent Enterprise, and eBizq.net, covering SOA and enterprise computing topics. Dave also has columns in Government Computer News, Cloud Computing Journal, SOA Journal, Align Journal, and is the editor of Virtualization Journal.

In his career, Dave has formed or enhanced many of the ideas behind modern distributed computing including Enterprise Application Integration, B2B Application Integration, and SOA, approaches and technologies in wide use today. For the last 10 years, Dave has focused on the technology and strategies around cloud computing, and how to make cloud computing work for the modern enterprise. This includes work with several cloud computing startups.

Dave’s industry experience includes tenure as CTO and CEO of several successful software companies, and upper-level management positions in Fortune 100 companies. In addition, he was an associate professor of computer science for eight years, and continues to lecture at major technical colleges and universities including the University of Virginia, Arizona State University, and the University of Wisconsin.

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.


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