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Enterprise Architecture Practitione Conference

Date:  April 23-25, 2007
Venue:  Hilton Paris Hotel, 18 Avenue de Suffren, Paris, France 75015

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Overview
Infosys is a sponsor of The Open Group’s Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference in Paris.

Session 1: Enterprise Architecture - Today and Tomorrow
Session 2: SOA Appliances - What They Could Do For You
Session 3: EA-SOA-SOLA: The Missing Link

Session 1

Enterprise Architecture - Today and Tomorrow

Speaker:  Thomas Obitz, Infosys Technologies
Date: April 24,2007
Time: 09:00 - 09:30

Session Overview
An enterprise introducing XML-based SOA faces challenges during the runtime of solutions. The primary causes of concern are security and inefficiencies of XML processing. Several network infrastructure vendors claim to be alternatives to application server and ESB vendors.
Michael Baumhackl will make a high level architecture presentation on the services which are available as appliances.

Session 2

SOA Appliances - What They Could Do For You

Speaker:  Michael Baumhackl, Infosys Technologies
Date: April 25,2007
Time: 09:30 - 10:00

Session Overview
An enterprise introducing XML-based SOA faces challenges during the runtime of solutions. The primary causes of concern are security and inefficiencies of XML processing. Several network infrastructure vendors claim to be alternatives to application server and ESB vendors.
Michael Baumhackl will make a high level architecture presentation on the services which are available as appliances.

Session 3

EA-SOA-SOLA: The Missing Link

Speaker:  Sohel Aziz and Jaidip Banerjee, Infosys Technologies
Date:  April 25,2007
Time:  14:00 - 14:30

Session Overview
Enterprise Architecture (EA) is increasingly being acknowledged as the way to maximize existing IT investments while planning for future growth. EA ensures business-IT alignment through architectural guidance.

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) bridges the gap between business and IT through well defined, business-aligned services, developed by subscribing to established design principles, frameworks, patterns and methods. In effect, EA and SOA share similar objectives. Sohel Aziz and Jaidip Banerjee will elaborate on the definitive links between EA and SOA artefacts as well as how service development impacts EA and SOLA development.

 

Speakers

Thomas Obitz is a Principal Architect, Infosys Technologies. He has more than 15 years of experience in conceptualizing and designing large-scale distributed systems, especially in the area of investment banking and capital markets.

Michael Baumhackl is a Senior Technical Architect, Infosys Technologies. He has nine years of experience as an enterprise and application architect with vast experience in automotive, eCommerce, financial services and banking. He focuses on enterprise IT architecture and Service Oriented Architecture.

Sohel Aziz is the AVP and Head - Technology Consulting, EMEA, Infosys Technologies Ltd. He has extensive experience in business-technology alignment, technology strategy advisory, technology business case development, and technology program management and analysis. He has lead and facilitated the development and execution of technology-enabled business transformation strategies using offshore delivery models. Sohel’s current focus areas are enterprise architecture and effective governance models for business-IT alignment. He is working to formalize the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on the way we think about enterprise architecture.

Jaidip Banerjee is a Senior Architect, Infosys Technologies. He has extensive experience in enterprise architecture definition and implementation.

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