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Progress Software sponsored webinar will examine the impact of event driven SOA
Hub Vandervoort, CTO of SOA Infrastructure products, will participate in an InfoWorld webinar titled; "Faster than a speeding bullet—are you ready for event-driven business?" on June19th, 2008. During the webinar, Mr. Vandervoort will discuss how event-driven SOA infrastructure can be used to streamline businesses' provisioning and visibility.
When: Thursday, June 19th, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. EDT Where: To register visit: http://www.infoworld.com/5266
What: In the "Faster than a speeding bullet – are you ready for event-driven business?" webinar hosted by InfoWorld, Hub Vandervoort, CTO of SOA Infrastructure products, Progress Software, shares strategies businesses can implement today that will keep systems ahead of the increased business velocity. He will discuss how event-driven SOA infrastructure—from the enterprise service bus (ESB) and real-time data services to complex event processing (CEP)—can be used to streamline provisioning and visibility.
Why: "Faster than a speeding bullet" doesn't just refer to superheroes anymore; it's the velocity businesses need to compete. Financial trade settlement has accelerated from three days to two hours in just a few years. This trend is repeating itself in almost every industry. The result: current systems can't keep up with the ever-increasing velocity of business processes.
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