Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo 2009

Date: April 22-24, 2009
Venue: Tokyo International Forum,5-1 Marunouchi 3-chome,
               Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005, Japan 

Event Overview  |  Session Details

Event Overview
Oracle OpenWorld Tokyo is a premier annual event organized by Oracle Corporation in the Asia-Pacific region. The event brings together Oracle technology experts, customers and end users. At the event, there will be more than 200 sessions for developers, customers and partners.

Infosys, an Oracle SI partner, is a Platinum Sponsor of the event. We will showcase cutting-edge solutions and host enriching speaker sessions. Attend the event to learn how global companies are innovating and collaborating to win in the Flat World.


Session Details

Session 1
Topic: AIA - A disciplined way of configuring your SOA application
Date: April 23, 2009
Time: 11:30-12:20 Japan Standard Time 

Session Description:
When enterprises with a heterogeneous applications footprint embark on the SOA journey, they realize that there are too many mechanisms and ways in SOA to enable their applications. A substantial amount of energy and time must be invested to formulate the framework, reference architecture and standards. Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) reduces the effort and introduces a structured and disciplined approach to SOA enablement. Attend our session to learn about its benefits for enterprises across industry. Find out how Infosys and Nihon Unisys Limited can jointly contribute to your SOA journey.

Session 2
Topic: Jumpstart your Application Integration with a best-of-breed reference architecture
Date:  April 24, 2009
Time:  14:10-15:00 Japan Standard Time

Session Description:
Companies with big application footprints always faced challenges to build processes across applications. They built the ground-up infrastructure to support these requirements via third party integration tools. However, it added to the architectural complexity of business and perpetuated problems with point-to-point integration. One of the root causes of the problem is that data is tightly coupled to applications and business processes. Consequently, this data is not managed by a single, independent resource to capture the complete and current enterprise understanding of the domain (customer, product, account or supplier).

Attend our session to know how Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) manages two fundamental areas - the need for a clean, easy-to-use object services layer in the form of the foundation pack and the pre-built processes in the form of Process Integration Packs (PIPs).

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