Overview | Speakers
Date: Thursday, October 26, 2006
Time: 10 AM PDT
Speakers: Karthik Venkatachalam and Ananthalakshmi V V, Senior Technical Architects, Infosys Technologies Limited
Infosys conducted a survey of senior Enterprise, Solution and Infrastructure architects to determine drivers for architecture-led business transformation. The results revealed that 66% of the respondents selected service-enabling mainframe systems as the preferred method for Legacy Modernization.
Join Infosys' Senior Technical Architects from Infosys in a webcast and find out how you can extend the life of your mainframe systems and benefit from technological advancements. This webcast will focus on techniques for service-enabling mainframes on the Microsoft platform, the challenges faced in service-enabling mainframes, Infosys' mainframe integration framework and its benefits for your enterprise.
Service-enabling mainframes is a track of Infosys' Legacy Modernization solution, a part of Infosys' Catalytic IT suite. It offers flexibility to your enterprise by modernizing and migrating your legacy systems and helps you increase business responsiveness, lower costs and mitigate risks.
View the archived webinar for the webinar and receive a complimentary white paper on this topic. All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the book, 101 Reasons to go for .NET Framework 2.0
Karthik Venkatachalam, Senior Technical Architect, leads the Legacy Modernization solution track within the Microsoft Technology Center at Infosys. He has more than nine years of experience in the IT industry. At Infosys, he has spearheaded several end-to-end projects in the areas of Legacy Transformation and Application Integration.
Ananthalakshmi V V, Senior Technical Architect, anchors the SOA solution track within the Microsoft Technology Center at Infosys. She has many years of experience in IT designing and architecting. Ananthalakshmi is currently working around the areas of SOA and Business Process Management. She spoke at the Microsoft SOA and Business Process Conference held recently at Redmond, and her session on 'Evolutionary approach to SOA realization' was well received.