Enterprise Integration (Enterprise Integrati)
Venue: Jurys Clifton Ford Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Apr 22, 2004||End Date/Time: Apr 23, 2004|
The problem faced by most enterprises today, in Government, in Commercial organisations and in Defence, is how to integrate the many disparate systems that have evolved over time. Redundant data exists at various levels of update: in legacy systems; in relational database environments; and in Client / Server systems. The difficulty is in integrating all of these different data versions so that consistent, integrated information can be made available for decision-making.
The good news is that new technologies are now available that make this integration feasible throughout the enterprise. These technologies include XML for Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) in near real-time, as well as XML Web Services for dynamic real-time integration. Corporate Portals can also be used effectively to achieve Enterprise Integration – as Collaborative Portals, Business Intelligence Portals and Integration Portals.
This two-day seminar covers the new technologies. It shows how they can be used to resolve these Integration problems. The vital role also of Enterprise Architecture in achieving Integration at the business level is also addressed.
CIOs, CTOs, IT Managers, Information Systems Managers, Information Architects, e-Business / e-Government Managers, Enterprise Architects, IS/Technology Architects & Planners, Enterprise Application Architects, Data Warehouse Architects/Managers, Project Managers/ Leaders, Database Managers/Administrators, Systems Consultants/Integrators, Systems Analysts, Business Analysts, Application Developers, Network Directors/Managers, BPR Managers/ Consultants.
· Understand the problems presented by non-integrated, disparate, redundant data versions that have evolved over many years in today’s 21st Century enterprise
· Understand how technologies such as XML, EAI and Web Services can achieve integration for today’s non-integrated enterprise
· Understand how Corporate Portals provide ready access to data, processes and information that may not yet be fully integrated, but that this is not the complete integration solution
· Understand that part of the integration solution also lies with Enterprise Architecture, to achieve Enterprise Integation at a Business level as well as at a Technology level