Infravio Executive Jim Bole to Speak on ''Best Practices and Reuse Strategies for SOA Practitioners'' at IQPC Conference.
What: A pre-conference workshop -- "Best Practices and Reuse Strategies for SOA Practitioners" -- for corporate IT professionals in SOA Web Services Who: Jim Bole, Vice President, Product and Marketing, Infravio When: 11:15 a.m. - 2:15 p.m., Monday, March 27, 2006 Where: IQPC's 3rd Annual Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) & Web Services Best Practices Conference "Strategies for Governing the Implementation of SOA, Increasing Business Agility, and Reducing IT Integration Costs" Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, FL Details: The conference workshop will walk participants through the steps needed to implement an effective SOA strategy that will ensure operational readiness, a sustainable IT environment, and greater business agility. At this workshop, attendees will discuss: -- Reusing application components in order to quickly respond to ever-changing business needs -- Unifying metadata attributes into a repository, thereby eliminating the need to dig through deployment descriptors and the arcane elements of SML configuration files -- Mapping SDA classes to the technical and business reference models for greater success in the development of an SOA About the facilitator: -- Jim Bole is vice president, product and marketing, with Infravio. Jim has worked in high technology for more than 17 years. He has entrepreneurial software development and technical management experience in both startups and Fortune 100 companies.
Infravio, Inc. is The SOA Governance Company. Founded in 1999, Infravio has deep expertise through award-winning Fortune 1000 customer projects. Infravio X-Registry Platform(TM) provides SOA builders with visualization, design time, run time, and change governance across the lifecycle. It features the patent pending Service Delivery Contracts(TM) to improve the configurability and agility of services. Headquartered in Cupertino, California, Infravio is backed by venture capital firms, Walden International and Crystal Ventures, as well as NetIQ Corp. (Nasdaq:NTIQ). For more information, please call 408-861-3000, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.infravio.com.
Infravio X-Registry Platform and Service Delivery Contracts are trademarks of Infravio, Inc. All other products and services mentioned are trademarks of their respective companies.
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|Date:||Mar 27, 2006|
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