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One of my peers, Curt Peterson, that's extremely articulate on SOA, ESB, and general services, is presenting a webcast on 5/16/2007 - 10 AM PDT, 1 PM EDT.

https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=117593

 

Join Neudesic’s Enterprise Solution Architect/Distinguished Engineer Curt Peterson for a webcast presentation on “Leveraging Microsoft Technologies to Enable SOA.” He will demonstrate how Neudesic can provide a concise roadmap to help you to apply theory to real world projects. Learn how the advent of SOA and Web Services provides organizations with a unique opportunity to enable business applications to support their business growth and to operate as an event-driven enterprise. 

Recommended Audiences: Technology Executives, Business Executives, Vice Presidents, Finance Directors, CEO, CIO, COO, CTO, Sales Executives, Human Resources Managers, Accounting Professionals, Finance Professionals, CFO, Operations Managers, Administrative Professionals, Sales Managers, Marketing Professionals, Marketing Managers, Marketing Executives, Administrators, Business Managers, Microsoft Partners, Microsoft Business Solutions Partners, Engagement Managers, Product Managers, Practice Directors, Business Owner, Business Professionals, Business Decision Maker, Government Contractors

 

Here at Neudesic, we have an ESB product, Neuron, that's built upon the Microsoft Platform.  All I can say is this product rocks!  It's amazing how a passionate team that has tremendous experience in message oriented, SOA, ESB architectures, can leverage the capabilities of .NET (2.0 & 3.0 - WCF/WF) to build a transport independant ESB.

More info here:

http://www.neudesic.com/Main.aspx?SS=7&PE=75

Posted on Tuesday, May 1, 2007 4:46 PM | Back to top


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