Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for Mission-Critical SOA
View this complimentary webcast, "Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for Mission-Critical SOA" and learn how to build applications with extreme quality of service requirements within SOA environments with the world's number one distributed transaction processing platform, Oracle Tuxedo.
Attendees will learn through actual customer case studies:
- Building mission critical applications in SOA environment with extreme RASP requirements
- Modernizing legacy applications so that they can participate in SOA
- New and existing product features for SOA-enablement
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Director Product Marketing, Oracle Fusion Middleware
As Director of Product Marketing in Oracle's Fusion Middleware division , Ms. Sanyal is responsible for product positioning, messaging, sales enablement, and go to market. Ms. Sanyal came to Oracle through the BEA acquisition where she was Director of worldwide Product Marketing for WebLogic Time and Event Driven products. Ruma holds an MBA from Wharton School of Business, an MS in Computer Science, and a BS in Physics.Deepak Goel
Director Product Management, Oracle Fusion Middleware
Deepak Goel is the Director of Product Management for Tuxedo in the Oracle Fusion Middleware development organization. He is responsible for defining the strategy and direction for the Tuxedo product family and development and delivery of SOA enablement product options. He came to Oracle through the BEA acquisition, where he held various management positions in Tuxedo product development group.Frank Xiong
Vice President Software Development
Frank Xiong is Oracle's worldwide VP of Software Development for Tuxedo and Fusion Middleware China R&D Center. Prior to the acquisition by Oracle, Xiong was the VP and General Manager responsible for Tuxedo product worldwide and China R&D Center in BEA Systems. Frank joined BEA in 2003, and Oracle in 2008 after the acquisition. He is a seasoned executive with over 20 years of experience at large enterprise software companies in the U.S. such as IBM and Candle, as well as start-ups like Entropia.
- Oracle Corporation
- Feb 10, 2009