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Overcoming the (Big!) Roadblocks to SOA Success

Date: February 17, 2005

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:

Deborah Scharfetter, Vice President of Products, Above All Software (bio)
Beth Gold-Bernstein, Independent consultant (bio)


Moderator:

Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

Above All Software

You’ve embarked on Web services and SOA initiatives for all the right reasons. But big challenges lie ahead as you move from pilots to real-world service-oriented integration and applications. Delivering the value of SOA requires “right-sized” services aligned to business needs. It also requires the means to easily reuse those services across the organization in rapidly created, new integrated solutions.

Attend this Webinar and learn:

  • What makes a great service for an SOA
  • How to transform the low-level application services you already have into meaningful and reusable business services
  • How to provide true interoperability – beyond protocols – between disparate services
  • How to provide centralized, structured, flexible access to your collection of Web and other software services
  • How to enable the right resources to rapidly create and deliver the new integrated solutions that take advantage of the services within your SOA
  • Real-world examples and what to watch for in your deployment

Giveaway

As an added bonus, attendees will be sent a brand-new White Paper on transforming your existing applications into valuable SOA building blocks.



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Deborah Scharfetter has over 15 years experience designing, implementing, positioning and delivering enterprise software applications. She was the fourth employee to join the Vantive Corporation in 1991 and was instrumental in designing and delivering their suite of CRM applications and customization toolkit. She was with Vantive until 1998 during which time she held the positions Vice President of Engineering and Chief Architect. Deborah spent much of her time working with prospects and customers to define the application suite and customization capabilities. Prior to Vantive, Deborah held various technical and software engineering positions at C*ATS Software, Oracle, and Koch Systems.

Beth Gold-Bernstein is an author and independent consultant specializing in SOA solutions. www.gold-bernstein.com.


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