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From SOA to SOA 2.0 - The Payback Curve Will Follow the Maturity Curve

Date: May 09, 2006

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

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Featured Speakers:

Yefim Natis, Featured VP Distinguished Analyst, Gartner (bio)
Chris Riley, Director of Architecture Solutions, Cape Clear Software (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

Cape Clear Software

Service-oriented architecture is an objective of the majority of new project starts, it is the major content of new technology releases from middleware vendors, tools vendors and the application vendors. And yet the depth of understanding of the best (and the worst) practices - is still in it early stages for most users. Gartner Application Integration and Web Services Summit (San Diego, June 2006) takes an in-depth look at the past present and future of SOA and its impact on the business and technology of a mainstream enterprise. On this Web Seminar the Summit's chair, Gartner distinguished analyst Yefim Natis, will share some key new findings and the best advice Gartner has for its clients in this promising and challenging area.

Attend this webinar and listen to the following issues:
  • The promise and potential of SOA
  • What platform technologies will be available for SOA projects?
  • What will the roadmap to SOA project success look like?

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Yefim Natis Yefim is a vice president and Gartner distinguished analyst in Gartner Research. Mr. Natis' research focuses on enterprise software infrastructure, including such technologies as application servers, application platform suites, integration middleware and TP Monitors. Mr. Natis also researches the fundamental software architectures, including event-driven architecture, service-oriented architecture and Web services, COM/COM+, .NET, J2EE and CORBA.

Chris Riley currently is Director of Architecture Solutions helping to communicate and deliver the Cape Clear vision. During his tenure at Cape Clear, Chris has focused on implementing SOA solutions at over 30 customers including Stratus Technologies, Pearson, State of Indiana, State of Wisconsin and BAE. From 1999 ? 2002, Chris worked as a Senior Solution Consultant for Extricity Software/IBM, implementing EAI and B2B solutions for a wide range of customers in the Net Market, Supply Chain and Manufacturing Sectors. Prior to this, Chris worked in a variety of roles in the MCAE product space for PTC (formerly Parametric Technology Corporation). Chris holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computational Mechanics from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

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