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Optimize Business Processes In Real-Time With Event-Driven Architecture

Date: September 24, 2003

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:

Amlan Debnath, Vice President of Server Technologies, Oracle (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein Series: Creating an Integrated Enterprise

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In order to achieve enterprise agility, you not only need the ability to connect to disparate information sources and to automate and coordinate enterprise business processes, you also need to monitor and streamline them in real-time. An event-driven architecture enables business users to define business processes and gain real-time insight into how their business processes are performing across the enterprise. This ebizQ webinar will help business managers understand the business benefits of an event-driven architecture and how it can enable them to lower the total cost of integration while gaining control over their key business processes.

By attending this webinar you will learn:

  • Learn how to leverage an event driven integration platform to design, automate, monitor, and streamline business processes in real time
  • Learn how you can consolidate disparate integration solutions on a single standards-based integration platform
  • Learn how Global 5000 companies are transforming themselves into real- time enterprises while lowering their overall cost of integration


Title: Oracle Application Server Integration: An Oracle Technical White Paper
Author: Oracle Corporation
Publish Date: January 2003

Oracle Application Server Integration, a component of Oracle Application Server, is a robust, general-purpose integration solution. It provides a complete infrastructure to integrate leading B2B communication standards, emerging Web services standards, and virtually any packaged or legacy application into enterprise business processes. This white paper provides an overview of key requirements and challenges in business integration and discusses in detail how Oracle Application Server Integration successfully addresses them.

Instructions for downloading this FREE white paper will be distributed during the webinar.

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Amlan Debnath joined Oracle in 2003, coming from TIBCO Software Inc., where he was Vice-President of Integration Products. In his eight years at TIBCO, Debnath drove TIBCO's shift from messaging vendor to major player in the enterprise integration market, working actively with many leading customers to understand their requirements and develop products that better satisfied their needs.

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