Service Oriented Integration, Applying SOA Principles for Business Integration
Date: March 28, 2006
12:00 pm US Eastern
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Ken MacKenzie, Director of Engineering Business Integration, SUN Microsystems (bio)
Ross Altman, CTO for SOA and Business Integration, SUN Microsystems (bio)
David A. Kelly
As businesses are discovering the benefits of applying SOA principles for their IT architecture they still often struggle with converting these principles into practical solutions for their business. Service oriented integration (SOI) transforms SOA principles into concrete solutions to today's business integration challenges. This informative webinar will dispel a few myths regarding SOA and web services, discuss the benefits of SOI, and highlight applicable solutions and open source technologies to deliver a right-sized integration solution leveraging SOA.
Why you should attend this Webinar:
- Understand how SOI can take SOA principles from theory to concrete solutions for business integration challenges.
- Receive practical guidance on how to benefit from open source technology, such as Open ESB, and open standards, such as Java Business Integration and BPEL.
- How ISV's are working together to help their customers build and deploy SOI solutions.
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Featured Speaker Bios:
Ross Altman, CTO for SOA and Business Integration at Sun Microsystems, leads the direction, development, and communication of Sun's business integration technology vision and strategy. Ross joined Sun through Sun's acquisition of SeeBeyond, the application integration and SOA development
tools vendor. Prior positions include director of integrated technologies at EDS and vice president and research director at Gartner, where his research focused on the use of integration middleware to support composite applications, straight-through processing and business process management. Ross holds bachelor's and master's degrees from Rutgers University.