XML and Web services 2004

Dramatic change is sweeping through the software world: applications are being recast as ‘services’; integration and development are converging; and reuse and process automation is changing the economics and practice of software production.

The new order has been described as the Service Oriented Architecture – a way of organising all automated processes as easily reuseable services. These developments are the focus of the XML and Web Services conference – the first major UK event to focus on the implications of deploying these technologies in mission critical environments.

The conference, organised by Infoconomy, the publisher of Information Age, will take place on 29-30 September 2004 in London. Leading thinkers and speakers will discuss the business application of these technologies, their evolution and the capability of current products and systems today.

An audience of more than 500 people is expected to attend the conference.

To reserve a free place, or to find out more, visit www.softwarefuturesevent.com

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Ben Rossi

Ben was Vitesse Media's editorial director, leading content creation and editorial strategy across all Vitesse products, including its market-leading B2B and consumer magazines, websites, research and...

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