Panel Discussion: Web 2.0 and SOA
Date: March 19, 2008
02:00 pm US Eastern
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Beth Gold-Bernstein, Independent consultant (bio)
Ronald Schmelzer, Managing Partner, ZapThink (bio)
Dion Hinchcliffe, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Hinchcliffe & Company (bio)
Doug Wilson, CTO Portals & Collaboration Products & Vice Chairman Architecture Board, IBM (bio)
Web 2.0 is about enabling end users to easily access information from multiple sources, and use it in new and creative ways, including creating new applications, and customizing their interactive web experience. SOA is about providing an infrastructure that enables information and functions to be used in multiple applications. There would seem to be a natural connection between SOA and Web 2.0. Join this panel discussion and learn how they are related.
Why you should attend:
- Learn how SOA can enable end users to create mashups
- Learn how SOA can help provide widespread access to information
- Learn how other organizations are enabling new innovative enterprise resources using a SOA
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Featured Speaker Bios:
Beth Gold-Bernstein is an author and independent consultant specializing in SOA solutions. www.gold-bernstein.com.
Ronald Schmelzer, Managing Partner at ZapThink, is a well-known expert in the field of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Web Services, and XML-based standards. Ron has been featured in and has written for periodicals, and has spoken at numerous industry conferences and in front of some of the largest busineses in the world. Ron Schmelzer was the lead author of XML And Web Services Unleashed (SAMS 2002) as well as co-author of Service-Orient or Be Doomed (Wiley 2006) with Jason Bloomberg, due to be released in 2006. Ron has served as the chair of the RosettaNet Cluster 1 Workgroup, working group member of CPExchange, member of the UDDI advisory group, and was a member of the CompTIA Electronic Commerce Standards Board (ECSB). Prior to ZapThink, Ron was founder, CTO, and "ePostle of Partners" of ChannelWave Software, as well as founder and President of VirtuFlex Software, and founder and CEO of VirtuMall, one of the first online eCommerce sites in 1994..
Dion Hinchcliffe is an internationally recognized business strategist and enterprise architect who has worked for over twenty years bringing innovative solutions to clients in the Global 2000, federal government, and Internet startup community. He is a frequent keynote speaker on emerging technology and business topics and, as president and CTO of Hinchcliffe & Company, he is a well-known author, blogger, and consultant on Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, SOA, and next-generation business. He recently co-authored Web 2.0 Architectures from O'Reilly Media and founded and operates the popular Web 2.0 University, the world’s leading strategic education solution for Web 2.0 and next generation SOA. He can be reached at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org and on Twitter at
Doug Wilson is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, Chief Technology Officer for
Portal & Collaboration Products, and the Vice Chairman of the Software Group Architecture
Board for IBM Software Group. As the CTO for the collaboration and portal
products, Doug is responsible for architectural oversight for all products
and drives the technical vision of the next generation of collaboration and
user interface capabilities. Prior to his current role, as part of the AIM
team at IBM, he was responsible for architectural strategy for Domino and
WebSphere integration, WebSphere Portal, WebSphere Content Manager and
Personalization. He contributed to the design and development of Java
technologies like the Lotus' InfoBus which have become part of the Java
standard profiles. Before his work on Java components, Doug was the lead
architect for Lotus 1-2-3 '97. Prior to joining Lotus and IBM, Doug held
several positions with other technology firms and organizations. He was a
member of the founders group at Cognition Inc. and manager of systems
development and operations of M.I.T.'s Project Athena.