Generate New Value from Existing Assets with JBoss SOA Platform and Enterprise Data Services

In this session, we will highlight how JBoss integration technologies enable you to increase business agility and derive new value from existing IT assets. The session will also introduce the latest releases of JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform and Enterprise Data Services.

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This is the final session in the four-part JBoss Integration Webinar Series: Increase Returns on Existing Investments. Today's organizations are facing a constant whirl of consolidations, regulatory changes, and the need to respond to higher levels of competition with new and enhanced products and services. IT groups are under constant pressure to deliver new business solutions more quickly and more cost-effectively. To do this, they must extract new value from existing application and information assets. Using a service-oriented approach to exposing and integrating both business logic and business data, IT teams can break application silos, liberate information and deliver nimble, flexible solutions. In this session, we will highlight how JBoss integration technologies enable you to increase business agility and derive new value from existing IT assets. The session will also introduce the latest releases of JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform and Enterprise Data Services.

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Date: January 27, 2011

Time:
  • 2pm EST (GMT-5 New York) / 19:00 GMT / 8pm CET (GMT+1 Paris)
  • 9am EST (GMT-5 New York) / 14:00 GMT / 3pm CET (GMT+1 Paris)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical

Speaker(s):

Ken Johnson Sr. Product Manager, Red Hat

About Ken Johnson: Ken Johnson is a senior product manager in the JBoss Middleware business unit at Red Hat, responsible for SOA and data integration products and technologies. Prior to joining Red Hat, Ken was a senior engineering manager at MetaMatrix, Inc., pioneers in the enterprise information integration (EII) market. He has also held technical leadership positions at Vignette Corporation, Oberon Software and Sybase, Inc., with a focus on application integration and data management technologies.