Open Standards 2008: Composability within SOA (Open Standards 2008)

Venue: Santa Clara Marriott

Location: Santa Clara, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 28, 2008 End Date/Time: May 01, 2008
Registration Date: Apr 28, 2008
Early Registration Date: Mar 17, 2008
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Description

At the core of Service Oriented Architectures currently deployed in businesses and governments is the ability to compose or coordinate various pieces of applications - legacy and novel - that may be developed on different platforms and languages, provide different interfaces, and be managed by different owners. We use the term "composability" to denote this quality.

This symposium addresses the various technical and business facets of composability in SOA. This symposium will be an opportunity for both researchers and business practitioners to share their challenges, best practices and experiences. It will also be a forum where technology architects provide a fair assessment of the current status of composability standards and implementations, including opportunities for improvement and potential obstacles.

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2700 Mission College Boulevard
Santa Clara
California
United States
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pieces of applications - legacy and novel - that may be developed on different platforms and languages, provide different interfaces, and be managed by different owners. We use the term "composability" to denote this quality. This symposium addresses the various technical and business facets of composability in SOA. This symposium will be an opportunity for both researchers and business practitioners to share their challenges, best practices and experiences. It will also be a forum where technology architects provide a fair assessment of the current status of composability standards and implementations, including opportunities for improvement and potential obstacles. The event will consist of two-days of sessions, pre-conference tutorials, exhibits, and sponsor workshops -- http://events.oasis-open.org/home/symposium/2008/

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