Leading figures from the software integration sector are to speak at Information Age‘s forthcoming XML and Web Services conference in London. Confirmed speakers include : Bob Sutor, director of WebSphere Infrastructure Software for IBM; Scott Dietzen, chief technology officer of BEA Systems; and Ram Menon, the chief strategy officer of Tibco.
Dramatic change is sweeping through the software world. The new order has been described as the Service Oriented Architecture – a way of organising all automated processes as easily reusable services. But even this view is incomplete: already, some analysts are talking about complex event processing and the event-driven architecture. Whatever the precise terms, all of these describe the architectures, tools and methods that will be required to build and manage complex and fast-changing environments.
These developments are the focus of the XML and Web Services conference, organised by Infoconomy, the publisher of Information Age. The event will take place on 29-30 September 2004 at a major venue in London.
An audience of more than 500 is expected to attend, ranging from IT directors and senior software architects to chief technology offices and strategists for software and services suppliers.
To reserve a free place, or to find out more about the conference, visit www.softwarefuturesevent.com.