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How to Succeed Through Service Oriented Integration

Date: December 04, 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:

Ronald Schmelzer, Managing Partner, ZapThink (bio)
Steve Vinoski, Chief Engineer of Product Innovation, IONA Technologies (bio)


Moderator:

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

Sponsored By:

IONA Technologies

Ron Schmelzer, the leading industry analyst from ZapThink will provide advice, based on real-life experience, on how SOI addresses an organization’s integration needs by advantageously leveraging heterogeneity while creating an agile architecture for the future. SOI represents a fundamental change in the way companies architect IT assets. It enables organizations to expose functionality as loosely-coupled, coarse-grained, standards-based, and process-driven services. This webinar will also offer an overview of IONA’s recently announced Artix family of enterprise-class SOI solutions. IONA has been a leader on component-based systems for over a decade. Tune into this webinar to learn how SOI has helped companies reduce IT costs and increase business agility.

Find out how Service-Oriented Integration can help you:
  • Leverage and extend existing IT investments
  • Seamlessly connect disparate systems
  • Reduce project costs

Giveaway

Title: Solving Today's Integratijon Challenges While Providing for Tomorrow's Felxibility and Agility Needs
Author: Ronald Schmelzer, ZapThink
Publish Date: November 2003

Today’s IT organizations grapple with a world of discrete, heterogeneous systems that need to integrate with each other in order to accomplish significant business tasks. The challenges of integration combined with the opportunities posed by XML, Service-Oriented Architectures, and the Internet have combined to provide a new class of solution for integration: Service-Oriented Integration (SOI). While an SOI solution can address short-term integration needs, it also creates an architectural approach for continuous IT value. Such an architecture helps companies get more value out of existing resources, by componentizing legacy applications, enabling system migration, application reuse, and consolidation of application functionality.

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



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Read the webinar recap:SOA And Web Services: Bridging Barriers To Agile Integration

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Ronald Schmelzer, Managing Partner at ZapThink, is a well-known expert in the field of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Web Services, and XML-based standards. Ron has been featured in and has written for periodicals, and has spoken at numerous industry conferences and in front of some of the largest busineses in the world. Ron Schmelzer was the lead author of XML And Web Services Unleashed (SAMS 2002) as well as co-author of Service-Orient or Be Doomed (Wiley 2006) with Jason Bloomberg, due to be released in 2006. Ron has served as the chair of the RosettaNet Cluster 1 Workgroup, working group member of CPExchange, member of the UDDI advisory group, and was a member of the CompTIA Electronic Commerce Standards Board (ECSB). Prior to ZapThink, Ron was founder, CTO, and "ePostle of Partners" of ChannelWave Software, as well as founder and President of VirtuFlex Software, and founder and CEO of VirtuMall, one of the first online eCommerce sites in 1994..

Steve Vinoski is Chief Engineer of Product Innovation for IONA Technologies in Waltham, Mass. Steve is also an IONA Fellow.

Steve joined IONA in December 1996 to start IONA's US-based Engineering organization and to lead the development of IONA's next-generation Adaptive Runtime Technology (ART), a highly flexible and high performance distributed computing engine that underlies IONA's products.

As of the start of 2003, Steve has authored or co-authored approximately 50 highly-regarded publications about distributed computing. He and Michi Henning are the co-authors of "Advanced CORBA Programming with C++", published in January 1999 by Addison Wesley Longman and widely acknowledged as the "CORBA Bible," and he has written the popular "Object Interconnections" column on distributed object computing for the C/C++ Users Journal (and formerly for SIGS C++ Report) since 1995 with Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt. He also writes the "Toward Integration" column for the IEEE Internet Computing magazine. Steve is a member of the editorial boards for the IEEE Internet Computing Magazine and the International Journal of Web Services Research.


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