Enterprise SOA and the Mainframe
Date: June 11, 2008
02:00 pm US Eastern
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Bruce Burstein, Project Manager/V.P., Merrill Lynch (bio)
Jim Crew, Vice President, SOA Software (bio)
David A. Kelly
What do companies look for in mainframe SOA? What should they look for? In this webinar overview, Jim Crew, Vice President of SOA Software, will explain the complex issues involved in incorporating mainframes into a service oriented architecture. When the development environment is right, you can turn a legacy application into a completely governed service in just minutes. The wrong solution, however, will likely lead to legacy headaches.
Attendees of this webcast will learn:
- How the mainframe relates to enterprise SOA
- About the SOLA solution and its advantages
- How to create a complete and fully governed web service from a legacy application in just a few minutes
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Featured Speaker Bios:
Bruce Burstein - Information Technology professional with approximately twenty-three years of experience in the industry, holding various roles in technology Project Management. Nine years experience in the financial industry leading technology teams on projects pertaining to Client and Product Reference Data. Application portfolio managed includes mainframe technologies as well as distributed applications. Currently employed by Merrill Lynch as Project Manager, Vice President in Jersey City, NJ.
Prior technology experience in Management Consulting for PriceWaterhouseCoopers, as well as an employee of New York Life Insurance Company and Buck Consultants.
Graduate of the State University of New York at Albany in 1985 with an MBA/MIS concentration.
Jim Crew is a 28 year veteran of the Financial Services industry and the creator of SOLA, a mainframe integration solution developed at Merrill Lynch where Jim served as Director of Infrastructure. He is a regular contributor to trade publications and is frequently invited to speak at conferences as an expert on mainframe integration.