SOA and Information On Demand for the mainframe: Two faces of the same coin - Teleconference
December 3rd, 2008
Ensuring the success of a service oriented architecture (SOA) strategy requires that you deliver trusted information. But can you deliver it on demand across enterprise systems? It's the only way that your SOA can enable a more flexible and responsive organization. The trustworthiness and accessibility of data is key in order to support the accurate decision-making and business maneuvers that SOA promises.
Join us for this complimentary teleconference and learn how providing information as a service enables organizations to gain better control and visibility over data, optimize business overall, and achieve competitive advantage. Mainframe systems run the largest and most critical applications in every business, and that's where the most important information resides. In this session, we'll discuss how the data integration capabilities of InfoSphereTM Information Server unlock this critical information and make it available throughout the enterprise as a service. The result gives organizations not only a single version of trusted business information - on demand - but they are also able to leverage it as a strategic asset.
In this teleconference, you'll learn how the InfoSphere suite of solutions enable:
- Automating data transformation, data cleansing, data federation logix for rapid SOA deployment
- Ability to provide trusted information to people, processes and applications that use an SOA framework
- Defining services as true business objects, deployed natively in your application server, completely hiding the implementation complexity
Speakers: Paulson Lan, Market Manager, InfoSphere Information Services Director
Krishna Mamidipaka, Market Manager, InfoSphere Software Portfolio for System z
Broadcast date: December 16, 2008, 4pm
To register, email us today.