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Integration Trends 2006 - 
New Approaches Delivering Productivity, Agility and Value In Integration Projects

Date: November 29, 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:

Ronan Bradley, Principal, Lustratus Research (bio)
David A. Kelly, Analyst, ebizQ (bio)


Moderator:

David A. Kelly

Sponsored By:

PolarLake

The integration landscape is changing fast - and organizations looking to address real world integration challenges face a sometimes bewildering range of possible approaches. These include both existing technologies such as EAI and ETL, and fast emerging approaches including the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and associated Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).

In this Webinar, we take stock of the current situation and identify the strengths and weaknesses of some of these technologies. We also take a closer look at the ESB, identify three distinct types of ESB, and illustrate the distinct benefits each can bring to the process of enterprise integration.

Webinar attendees will learn:
  • How the integration market is changing, and how new technologies are meeting the changing needs of end user organization
  • That not all ESBs are the same - and why the differences matter
  • How to match project requirements to product choices and get the best from the move to SOA
  • How to deliver productivity, agility, and flexibility - and drive out the costs of integration

Read the article "Goldilocks and the three ESBs" by Ronan Bradley. Click here to read this article!



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Financial services expert Ronan Bradley is ebizQ's Community Manager for Banking and Capital Markets.

As Community Manager, Bradley will blog and podcast on the latest news and breakthroughs relevant to the financial services industry. He will also publish press releases, cover briefings, write feature articles and source content from other analysts, industry associations and vendors for publication on ebizQ. Each week, Bradley will compile the most important news and views in an e-mail newsletter for ebizQ's ever-growing financial services community. Bradley has spent over 17 years in the software industry and has held senior management positions in a number of international software vendors with strong emphasis on the financial services sector. As Vice President for Product Management at IONA Technologies, he was responsible for products generating over $100 million of revenue. Bradley also founded PolarLake, which has grown into a leading Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) vendor.

Currently, Bradley is a co-founder and analyst with Lustratus Research, a market analyst and consultancy firm focused on software infrastructure. He is also principal of The IT Perspective, a specialist IT advisory firm working to help clients align their IT and business agendas. As a recognized expert on business integration software and its uses in financial services, Bradley has spoken at many events worldwide and has been quoted in publications such as The Financial Times, Banking Technology, and Computer Business Review. He also lectures at The Dublin Institute of Technology.

David Kelly - With twenty years at the cutting edge of enterprise infrastructure, David A. Kelly is ebizQ's Community Manager for Optimizing Business/IT Management. This category includes IT governance, SOA governance,and compliance, risk management, ITIL, business service management,registries and more.

As Community Manager, David will blog and podcast to keep the ebizQ community fully informed on all the important news and breakthroughs relevant to enterprise governance. David will also be responsible for publishing press releases, taking briefings, and overseeing vendor submitted feature articles to run on ebizQ. In addition, each week, David will compile the week's most important news and views in a newsletter emailed out to ebizQ's ever-growing Governance community. David Kelly is ideally suited to be ebizQ's Governing the Infrastructure Community Manager as he has been involved with application development, project management, and product development for over twenty years. As a technology and business analyst, David has been researching, writing and speaking on governance-related topics for over a decade.

David is an expert in Web services, application development, and enterprise infrastructures. As the former Senior VP of Analyst Services at Hurwitz Group, he has extensive experience in translating the implications of new application development, deployment, and management technologies into practical recommendations for enterprise customers. He's written articles for Computerworld, Software Magazine, the New York Times, and other publications, and spoken at conferences such as Comdex, Software Development, and Internet World. With expertise ranging from application development to enterprise management to integration/B2B services to IP networking and VPNs, Kelly can help companies profit from the diversity of a changing technology landscape.


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