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Learn About All Things SOA: SOA India

By: Admin, 28 Sep 2007

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

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 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.

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 enroll 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).

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!

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