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Beyond the Hype: SOA and the Performance Management Challenge

Date: June 29, 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:

Karen Jaworski, Senior Product Manager, CA Inc., Wily Technology (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

Wily Technology

An increasing number of organizations are implementing and deploying Service Oriented Architectures in order to respond to rapidly-evolving business demands. While these implementations are simplifying the integration of disparate information systems, the complexity introduced by such service-oriented architectures can make comprehensive application management nearly impossible. Yet the potential payback lures IT to continue investments in SOA applications and this trend shows no sign of slowing.

In this webinar you will learn:
  • How increasing SOA market adoption is driving web application complexity
  • The top performance management challenges enterprises face upon when deploying SOA applications
  • How to detect and eliminate web services performance incidents
  • How to ensure that your web services infrastructure can continue to meet SLA requirements
  • Future trends in SOA implementation

Register today for this informative web seminar and learn how to effectively meet performance management challenges and better ensure the success of your SOA web applications!

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Karen Jaworski is a senior product manager at CA's Wily Technology division where she is responsible for the Wily Web Services Manager product. In this role, she evaluates industry trends in SOA/web services and collaborates with Wily customers, product strategy and product development teams to deliver industry-leading solutions for the monitoring and management of SOA/web service enabled applications.

Ms. Jaworski has 15 years experience managing and developing enterprise applications. Prior to Wily, she drove the management tools strategy for BEA's WebLogic Integration and AquaLogic Service Bus. Before that, at Art Technology Group, Ms. Jaworski was responsible for bringing the company's flagship Portal Server to market.

Ms. Jaworski's industry experience includes systems development for US Airways, Credit Suisse First Boston, and Columbia University. Ms. Jaworski holds an MBA from UC Berkeley, and an engineering degree from Cornell University.

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