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How to Win with SOA: Infrastructure is the Key

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Featured Speakers:

Andrew Nash, CTO, Reactivity, Inc. (bio)
Sean Fitts, Chief Architect, AmberPoint (bio)


David A. Kelly

Sponsored By:

Reactivity & Amber Point

Enterprises are leveraging broadly supported XML and WS standards in order to realize the benefits of SOA. And while standards and broad support are crucial, success in this area also requires new infrastructure to minimize the complexity of security, message handling, service management and more.

Join our webcast to see how leading organizations are implementing infrastructures that foster business-driving, services-based applications and scale as their SOA adoption evolves.

Key points:
  1. The key phases of SOA adoption
  2. Overview of network XML infrastructure, SOA management and runtime governance
  3. Addressing the heightened security requirements of federated systems
  4. Case studies on the impact of network and management infrastructure at each step of SOA adoption

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Andrew Nash was formerly the Director of Technologies at RSA Security in the Office of the CTO and led RSA’s efforts within the Liberty Alliance on the Strong Authentication Expert Group creating a model for industry wide open strong authentication systems. He is a known leader in PKI and Web-Services security markets and the co-author of numerous Web Services specifications including Web Services Security, WS-Trust, WS-Federation, WS-SecureConversation and WS-SecurityPolicy. Nash is an author of an RSA Press book on Public Key Infrastructure, a member of the OASIS Web Services Security TC and was chairman of the PKI Forum Technical Working Group. He has been a key technology leader at both RSA Security and Digital Equipment Corporation. Nash graduated from the University of Adelaide, Australia and holds a post graduate degree in Software Engineering from the University of Technology, Sydney.

Sean Fitts plays a lead role in setting the product roadmap and technical vision for the company's pioneering SOA management solutions. Prior to AmberPoint, Sean co-founded CrossWeave, which was acquired by AmberPoint in 2002. At CrossWeave, Sean held president and CTO positions and was responsible for product development.

Prior to CrossWeave, Sean held positions as lead architect and engineer at Forte Software. During his tenure at Forte, he guided the overall architecture of the SynerJ product suite, an environment used to construct applications based on the Java2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) standard, managing the design and implementation of its application assembly features. Sean has also held positions as senior software engineer at Sybase and Management Dynamics. He has a Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering/Computer Science from Princeton University, has been awarded a patent, and has another pending.

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