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Building Your SOA Infrastructure Faster With Lower TCO

Date: June 06, 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:

Ron Gregory, Sales Engineer; Sun Java Composite Application Platform Suite, SUN Microsystems (bio)
Bruce Tierney, Product Line Manager for SOA & Business Integration, SUN Microsystems (bio)


Moderator:

Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

SUN Microsystems

Do you need to deliver new applications quickly, reduce costs, and make business processes more agile? Or improve your infrastructure flexibility, security, and compliance?

This presentation will show you how an integration platform suite lowers costs and complexity, and provide a unique advantage in migrating to an SOA-based infrastructure. Learn how you can deliver immediate business value through the construction of composite applications that reuse existing IT application assets in combination with newly created functionality. Discover how a suite with a common development, deployment, management, and monitoring environment lowers cost, reduces complexity, and makes your architecture more agile.

You will learn how this approach will:
  • Provide a less-complex, less-expensive, more-inclusive IT architecture
  • Align information delivery with business processes
  • Allow business users to define and integrate the information services they use
  • Leverage virtually all of your current IT resources
  • Offer a gradual, low-cost adoption



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Ron Gregory is currently a sales engineer with focus Java CAPS. He joined SeeBeyond in 2004 and in addition to the overall solution offering, he has concentrated on the areas of SOABI, RFID and B2B.

He has been in the integration space as a sales engineer since 2001 working for a competitor prior to joining SeeBeyond. He got his start in IT in 1994 as a developer and held positions of DBA, Sys Admin, Support Engineer and Enterprise Architect at Informix prior to making the switch into pre-sales in 1999.

Bruce Tierney specializes in the areas of application integration, business process management (BPM), and business to business (B2B) integration. He is a Senior Product Line Manager for SOA/Business Integration at Sun Microsystems and joined the company through the 2005 acquisition of SeeBeyond. He is the author of the "8 Secrets of SOA Success for Business Integration" and "Smart Grid - Ensuring the Success of Clean Tech Software Industry Standards"

Prior to joining Sun and SeeBeyond, he was a Senior Product Manager for BPM at FileNet (acquired by IBM).


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