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DataServices World Call for Speakers Closes March 15

Call for Speakers Closes March 15

DataServices World
New York City (June 24, 2008)

The complexities of distributed processing and the importance of
middleware can elude even senior technical people, including enterprise
architects, IT managers, consultants and designers. Enterprise
developers embraced the separation of presentation, data services and
application logic. Internet computing, web services and service-oriented
architecture (SOA) continued a trend towards moving data access and data
integration logic into a separate data services layer.

The data services layer, databases and data access are the focus of
DataServices World. We're looking for technical presentations about
architecture and solutions for data access and data integration from
heterogeneous data sources  including XML, SQL tables, geo-coded data,
content management systems, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems,
data warehouses, and web data. Topics of interest include:

        End-to-end performance optimization: (database, metadata, data
distribution, caching, query tuning, load balancing, protocols, data

        Information as a service

        Data services development: architecture, tools

        Data services enabling technology: JDBC, JNDI, Hibernate,
JAX-WS, JAX-RS, DWR, LINQ, ADO.NET, Entity Framework, Astoria, etc.

        Essential capabilities for effective, robust, secure  data

If you're interested in speaking, you must submit a proposal by March
15, 2008.

Curriculum sketch and more information:

======== Ken North ===========


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