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Everything You Always Wanted to Know about 'Composability within SOA'


Have you reserved your space at the open, vendor-neutral SOA event of the
season, 'Open Standards 2008: Composability within SOA' Symposium, 28 April
- 1 May, Santa Clara Marriott,
* produced by OASIS (www.oasis-open.org), open to all members and
* sponsored by SAP, Primeton, Software AG, BEA, IBM, and Sun Microsystem
* supported by IDC, Open CSA Member Section, TM Forum, InfoQ, OpenTravel,
SOA Consortium, and OMG
Peter Carbone, VP of SOA at Nortel, and Douglas Shoupp, Principal at
Deloitte Consulting, will keynote the event. Engineers and scientists from
IBM, Oracle, BEA, SAP, TIBCO, BAH, Mitre, BT, Changfeng....will discuss
topics including mash-ups, Service-Oriented AJAX, SCA, BPEL, SDO, BPM, Web
Service Transactions, Data Security in SOA, SOA Reference Architecture and
more. All presentations have been hand-picked to inform you on the
challenges ahead, the pitfalls, and successful paths within the SOA and Web
services community. Attendees will have plenty of time for networking with
the speakers and other participants to further enhance the learning

In addition to the regular program, attendees can choose from many tutorials
& workshops to include 'eGov Electronic ID & Citizen Centric Administration'
Workshop, http://events.oasis-open.org/home/symposium/2008/egovworkshop.

Register Online:  
** Special discounts are available for those organizations sending three or
more individuals to the event.
Hotel Reservations:  
** Book your hotel by 11 April to secure the special group rate of 189 USD
(including in-room internet).  

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