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Aligning Processes and Implementation with SOA Goals: The Case for Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)
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Date & Time: December 7, 2004, 12 PM US Eastern

Featured Speakers:

Edwin Khodabakchian, Vice President Software Development, Oracle (bio)


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Business Process Execution Language or BPEL (“Bee-Pel”) has been referred to as “the cornerstone of Service Oriented Architecture.” The rapid adoption and industry momentum behind this OASIS standard provide a clear indication that BPEL play a critical role in the future of IT infrastructure. Tune in as Edwin Khodabakchian, a recognized leader in BPEL’s development and real-world BPEL deployments, delivers an educational and interactive webinar on this hot topic. Learn more about the evolution and business case for BPEL, cost and time savings versus non-standard approaches, architectural principals and best practices for BPEL in a Service Oriented Architecture, and the future of the BPEL standard.

Attend this interactive seminar to learn:

  • About the critical role and advantages of BPEL in an SOA
  • How BPEL and complementary standards can be used to migrate your enterprise to SOA over time
  • How BPEL can benefit your enterprise—from reducing development time to merging business units and processes

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Edwin Khodabakchian is the Vice President of Software Development for Oracle Corporation’s BPEL integration initiatives. He has played an integral role in the development and market adoption of the BPEL standard over the past 4 years. Edwin joined Oracle as part of the acquisition of Collaxa, where he was the CEO. Previously, he was the CTO of the AOL eCommerce division where he took an active part in the Merchant Integration, Shopping Search, Wallet and AOL 6.0 products. Before the acquisition of Netscape by AOL, Edwin was the chief architect of the Netscape/iPlanet Business Process Manager, a product he drove from inception to release.

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