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Using Web Services to Build Mission-Critical Integration Solutions

Date: November 06, 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:

Peter Cousins, Technical Director, IONA Technologies (bio)
Eric Newcomer, Chief Technology Officer, IONA Technologies (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein Series: Reducing Complexity and Cost Through Standards-Based Integration

Sponsored By:

IONA Technologies

This webinar, aimed at IT professionals, architects and Web services developers, will provide a blueprint for using Web services to create mission-critical integration solutions. Web services offer great promise as the first means to integrate applications built using different technologies. However, Web services lack enterprise-class features for security, state management, fault tolerance and reliability, transactions, and bindings for proven enterprise transports

This one-hour interactive webinar will educate attendees on an emerging class of Web services tools used for Service Oriented Integration, which bridge the gap between the hype of Web services and the reality of integrating mission-critical systems. Also, attendees will hear about three new tools organizations are using to improve operational efficiency and expand the use cases for Web services.

By attending this webinar you will learn:
  • How to build secure, transactional, stateful Web services
  • Beyond HTTP - how to create SOAP bindings for MQ Series,TIBCO, or other enterprise backbones
  • How to create reliable, fault tolerant Web services
  • Case studies of Web service solutions at IONA’s Fortune 500 customers

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Peter Cousins is Artix technology director at IONA Technologies. Previously he was Chief Architect / CTO Office of Level 8 Systems, Inc., where he was one of the founding visionaries of the Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) industry. His current focus is on highly distributed integration networks, using technologies such as Web services and ORB/Transaction Processing microkernels. He advised some of the largest financial services and telecommunications firms, and spends considerable time with Global 1000 companies as a distributed transaction systems technology luminary.

In the role of Chief Technology Officer at IONA, Eric Newcomer is responsible for IONA's technology roadmap and the direction of IONA's e-Business Platforms with respect to standards adoption, architecture, and product design. Eric joined IONA in November 1999, and most recently served as IONA's Vice President of Engineering, Web Services Integration Products. Eric is a member of the XML Protocols and Web Services Architecture working groups at the W3C, and of IONA's Advisory Committee representative to UDDI.org. Eric has 24 years experience in the computer industry and is the author of Understanding Web Services , the highest selling Web Services book on Amazon.com.

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