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The Risks, Strategies and Payoff: SOA Runtime Governance
Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at 11:00 am EST
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Cut through all of the confusion around SOA governance to learn the ins-and-outs of the two key aspects of SOA runtime governance: visibility and policy enforcement. Hear about the challenges and strategies for addressing them. By learning how SOA runtime governance can directly impact your business, you will have the key information needed to build a business case to justify the investment in SOA solutions.
Join Dan Foody tomorrow, April 22nd, for a live webinar entitled, The Risks, Strategies and Payoff: SOA Runtime Governance. Listen to what Dan believes are SOA best practices for company's looking to gain complete visibility into all the services that their applications consume. He'll also talk about how system and business professionals can easily monitor and ensure quality of service (QoS) that their business-critical applications - and customers - demand.
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