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Developing an SOA Ecosystem

Date: March 14, 2006

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:

Sanjay Sarathy, Vice President of Marketing, Above All Software (bio)
Steve Craggs, Board Member, Integration Consortium (bio)


Moderator:

Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

Above All Software

As more and more companies move towards adopting service-oriented architectures (SOAs), worrying signs are emerging of major inhibitors to SOA sucess. War-stories from early implementers point to the need to ensure that SOA deployment is not done in an ad hoc fashion, but instead is based on the foundation of a sound SOA Ecosystem. Failure to take the need for an ecosystem into account can seriously damage your chances of SOA success. This presentation discusses the make-up of SOA Ecosystems and how to proceed.

Attend this Webinar and learn:

  • What is an SOA Ecosystem?
  • Why do you need one?
  • How should you go about building one?



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Featured Speaker Bios:

As Vice President of Marketing, Sanjay is responsible for Above All's global marketing efforts including product marketing, corporate communications and outbound marketing.

Sanjay brings more than 14 years diverse technology experience, including specific expertise in the areas of web services, product and go-to-market strategies, and community development. Prior to joining Above All, Sanjay was Vice President of Marketing at Qualys, a leading network security provider. Sanjay also spent over 6 years at Sun Microsystems where he held various marketing leadership positions, most recently heading Sun Developer Network, for which he managed marketing, program and engineering teams working on Suns developer program. He also led product marketing for Sun's web, application and integration server lines.

Prior to Sun, Sanjay managed market development and platform marketing for NetDynamics, an early pioneer in the application server space.

Sanjay has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Quantitative Economics from Stanford University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of California at Berkeley.

Steve Craggs has spent over 25 years in the software business since graduating from Oxford with a degree in mathematics. For most of that time, Steve worked for IBM, where he had various programming, product management, strategy, marketing and sales roles, culminating in Steves becoming the worldwide executive in charge of IBMs MQSeries, the market-leading EAI suite of offerings.

Steve left IBM to build an application integration business for Candle Corporation before founding Saint Consulting Limited in 1999. Saint is a management consultancy specializing in all aspects of business integration software. Often referred to as the father of messaging, Steve is well known in the industry, appearing regularly in the press and presenting at seminars and trade shows. In 2002, he was appointed the European Chair of the EAI Industry Consortium, a not-for-profit global advocacy group for anyone involved in EAI, including end-user companies, vendors, implementers and academic institutions.


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