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Whitepapers That Get Read--
and Get Passed Around

In today's rapidly-changing tech environment, your Whitepaper Strategy should address all three groups of IT decisionkaers in a company: Executives, Architects and Developers. Learn how a role-based approach can slash your sales cycle time, and reduce pushback among all groups with purchase/buy-in authority.

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Get the Most from JavaOne 2005

JavaOne 2005 could be one of the toughest -- or most exciting -- in years. Analysts say F2000 firms are asking hard questions about their Java/J2EE spending. Winning Java/J2EE firms will be those that can: (1) ease integration, (2) speed deployment, (3) improve security and management. See how to leverage the most from your JavaOne spending - at the show and for the rest of the year.

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Hands-On Scenarios for Starting SOA

Clark Richey, a Principal Systems Engineer with BEA, takes architects and developers through hands-on SOA user scenarios in Part II of his SOA series for Integration Developer News. Learn how to map your SOA plan to your current IT architectures -- client / server, web services and service-oriented.

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SAP To Better Link IT with Business Analysts

SAP execs see a huge uptick in F2000 SOA projects that can lower the cost of developing or adjusting code to meet business needs. That means developers and architects will need more than Java, .NET and XML technology skills, they say. Take a look at SAP's 2-year Enterprise Service Architecture approach, which looks to 'connect-the-dots' between IT assets a company's business goals.

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Borland: Tools & Schools To Speed Results

Borland is poised to deliver a new approach to tools platforms and dev training that could make it tons easier for IT and business to deliver succesful software projects on time, and under budget. See more about Borland's role-based approach to technology, training and Best Practices.

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ESA: A 2005 'Business-Savvy' Take on SOAs

During 2005, demand for SOA-savvy architects and developers is poised to explode, says leading enterprise software maker SAP. But, to enjoy a huge upside, these SOA experts will need more than Java, .NET and XML technology skills. See why SAP says F1000 firms will clamor for ESA (Enterprise Service Architecture) experts who can 'connect-the-dots' between IT assets a company's business goals.

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Borland University Looks to Spring Debut

Borland Corp. will cut the ribbon on Borland University as early as this spring, bringing a new, solutions-driven focus to IT technical training. Get a peek at what educational assets Borland U. will bring to boost success rates for complex IT projects, and how architects and devs could gain skills to play more strategic -- and valuable -- roles.

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How F1000s Boost Software's 'Business Value'

In 2005, IT architects and devs will focus more on how to build 'business value' into their software, says a managing director for ThoughtWorks, a leading SOA services and consulting firm. See how execs at F1000 firms are combining SOA, agile and even Open Source to tune software to business needs.

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Cisco, SAP Team Up on AON Integration

Cisco's push to bring data integration capabilities into a hardware router form-factor has a strong new enterprise software ally. SAP confirmed it will use Cisco's Application-Oriented Networking (AON) hardware technologies to speed data and business integration later this year, including Business One and NetWeaver software. IDN looks at how hardware just might change the face of integration this year.

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Demystifying SOA: An Architect's, Dev Guide

2005 is setting up to be a banner year for SOA -- Services Oriented Architectures. This week Integration Developer News begins a series on SOA for architects and developers, with an eye toward looking at how to prepare your IT enterprise -- and your careers. This week a look at the core concepts of SOA, and why they can let architects/devs be more creative with less risk.

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Demystifying SOA for Architects, Devs

2005 is setting up to be a banner year for SOA -- Services Oriented Architectures. This week Integration Developer News begins a series on SOA for architects and developers, with an eye toward looking at how to prepare your IT enterprise -- and your careers. This week a look at the core concepts of SOA, and why they can let architects/devs be more creative with less risk.

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SAP Boosts Reliability, Integration for Java Devs

SAP is bringing a host of improvements to its NetWeaver and J2EE app server technologies, including better reliability, improve data management and easier business integration tools. See why SAP says Java/J2EE devs in 2005 deserve better features to support reliability and integration both "inside" and "outside" the container.

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Adapt and respond dynamically with ESBs and ILOG Business Rules



  • Marc-Thomas Schmidt - Distinguished Engineer and IBM Chief Architect SOA Connectivity

Oracle Service Bus 11g - Extending Oracle SOA Suite Leadership



  • Bruce Tierney - Product Director for Oracle Fusion Middleware Software - focusing on Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus 

Agile BI with Real-Time Data



  • Stefan Andreasen, Founder and CTO 

IBM Cognos Business Intelligence



  • Dan Galt, Product Marketing Manager & Go To Market Strategist IBM Business Analytics 

Addressing the Analytics Challenge with Agile BI



  • Joe Nicholson, Vice President, Product Marketing

BI-EDGE Solution Presentation



  • Malene Haxholdt, Business Analytics, Product Marketing Manager

BI-EDGE Keynote Case Study



  • Dan Galt, Product Marketing Manager & Go To Market Strategist IBM Business Analytics 
  • Malene Haxholdt, Business Analytics, Product Marketing Manager
  • Joe Nicholson, Vice President, Product Marketing
  • Stefan Andreasen, Founder and CTO 

Unleashing SOA - Faster Response to Business Change



  • Hub Vandervoort - CTO for Enterprise Infrastructure

Driving Business Optimization and Integrity with SOA & BPM



  • Bob Laird - Enterprise Architect – SOA Foundation Group

How BPM Can Help Your Business



  • Pat Pruchnickyj [Talend] - Director, Product Marketing
  • Mac McConnell [Bonitasoft] - Vice President, Marketing

How BPM Can Help Your Business'



  • Pat Pruchnickyj [Talend] - Director, Product Marketing
  • Mac McConnell [Bonitasoft] - Vice President, Marketing

Reinventing Business Operations with Smarter Process



Vijay Pandiarajan - Senior Product Marketing Manager, Smarter Process

Turn IT Disruptors into Real Business Value with BPM



Malcolm Ross - VP, Product Marketing

Better Business Results with Open Source Integration



  • Kenny Peeples
    JBoss Technology Evangelist

Smarter Process: Reinventing Business Operations for Customer-Centricity & Topline Growth



SOA Summit Agenda



Smarter Process: Reinventing Business Operations for Customer-Centricity & Topline Growth



  • Robert Sawyer
    Senior Director, Product Marketing

Why K2 Business Apps Deliver a Better BPM



  • Jonathan King
    Vice President, Global Technical Sales

Using Hadoop to Impact Business as it Happens



  • Jack Norris
    Chief Marketing Officer

New imperatives to reinvent your business operations with IBM Smarter Process



  • Vijay Pandiarajan - Program Director, Product Management, IBM Smarter Process

Personalized, Powerful, Easy-to-Change Business Applications



  • Raphael Allegre - Product Marketing Manager

IoT + Data in Motion Can Transform Your Business



  • John Oberon - VP, IoT Software Platforms

Building Truly Collaborative Business Intelligence



  • Miranda Li - Product Marketing Analyst

IoT + Data in Motion Can Transform Your Business



  • John Oberon - VP, IoT Software Platforms

Better, Faster and Easier: Agile Application Development for your Business



  • Malcolm Ross - VP Products

Cognitive Business Operations with IBM Smarter Process



  • Vijay Pandiarajan - Program Director, Offering Management, IBM Smarter Process