Learn About All Things SOA:: SOA India 2007:: IISc, Bangalore (Nov 21-23)

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    Aligning IT systems to business needs and improving service levels
    within the constraints of tight budgets has for long been the topmost
    challenge for CIOs and IT decision makers. Service-oriented
    Architecture (SOA) provides a proven strategy to clearly address both
    of these objectives. Creating more agile information systems and
    making better use of existing infrastructure are two leading factors
    that are boosting SOA adoption across large, medium, and small Indian
    industries from the BFSI, Retail, Telecom, Manufacturing, Pharma,
    Energy, Government and Services verticals in India. If you are an IT
    decision maker belonging to any of these verticals, SOA India 2007
    (IISc, Bangalore, Nov 21-23 2007) presents a unique opportunity to
    gather cutting-edge business and technical insights on SOA and other
    related areas such as BPM, BPEL, Enterprise 2.0, SaaS, MDM, Open
    Source, and more.

    At SOA India 2007, acclaimed SOA analysts, visionaries, and industry
    speakers from across the world will show you how to keep pace with
    change and elevate your IT infrastructure to meet competition and
    scale effectively. The organisers are giving away 100 FREE tickets
    worth INR 5000 each to the first 100 qualified delegates belonging to
    the CxO/IT Decision Maker/Senior IT Management profile, so hurry to
    grab this opportunity to learn about all things SOA. You can send your
    complete details, including your designation, e-mail ID, and postal
    address directly to Anirban Karmakar at to
    enrol in this promotion that is open until 12 October 2007.

    SOA India 2007 will also feature two half-day workshops on SOA
    Governance (by Keith Harrison-Broninski) and SOA Architecture Deep
    Dive (by Jason Bloomberg). If you are an IT manager, software
    architect, project leader, network & infrastructure specialist, or a
    software developer, looking for the latest information, trends, best
    practices, products and solutions available for building and deploying
    successful SOA implementations, SOA India 2007's technical track
    offers you immense opportunities.

    Speakers at SOA India include:

    · Jason Bloomberg, Senior Analyst & Managing Partner, ZapThink LLC
    · Keith Harrison-Broninski, Independent consultant, writer,
    researcher, HumanEdJ
    · John Crupi, CTO, JackBe Corporation
    · Sandy Kemsley, Independent BPM Analyst, column2.com
    · Prasanna Krishna, SOA Lab Director, THBS
    · Miko Matsumara, VP & Deputy CTO, SoftwareAG
    · Atul Patel, Head MDM Business, SAP Asia Pacifc & Japan
    · Anil Sharma, Staff Engineer, BEA Systems
    · Coach Wei, Chairman & CTO, Nexaweb
    · Chaitanya Sharma, Director EDM, Fair Isaac Corporation

    A partial list of the sessions at SOA India 2007 include:

    · EAI to SOA: Radical Change or Logical Evolution?
    · BPEL: Strengths, Limitations & Future!
    · MDM: Jumpstart Your SOA Journey
    · Governance, Quality, and Management: The Three Pillars of SOA
    Implementations
    · Building the Business Case for SOA
    · Avoiding SOA Pitfalls
    · SOA Governance and Human Interaction Management
    · Business Intelligence, BPM, and SOA Handshake
    · Enterprise 2.0: Social Impact of Web 2.0 Inside Organizations
    · Web 2.0 and SOA - Friends or Foe?
    · Achieving Decision Yield across the SOA-based Enterprise
    · Governance from day one
    · Demystifying Enterprise Mashups
    · Perfecting the Approach to Enterprise SOA
    · How to Build Cost Effective SOA. "Made in India" Really Works!

    For more information, log on to http://www.soaindia2007.com
     
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