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How to Accelerate your SOA with Real-time Data Integration
Today’s industry-leading companies are making important breakthroughs in how they manage the deluge of business information by improving the accessibility, timeliness and quality of data across their mission-critical applications.
By leveraging best practices in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and combining those with a comprehensive data integration approach, companies can: lower costs through consolidating legacy systems, reduce risk of bad data polluting their applications, and shorten the time to deliver new service offerings. In this webcast you’ll learn how to innovate across your applications swiftly and at a lower cost using Oracle Data Integration technologies: Oracle Data Integrator Enterprise Edition, Oracle GoldenGate, and Oracle Data Quality.
Join this webcast to hear:
- Best practices for building re-usable data services that are high performing and scalable across the enterprise
- How real-time data integration can maximize SOA returns while providing continuous availability for your mission critical applications
- Architectural approaches to speed service implementation and delivery times, with pre-integrations to CRM, ERP, BI, and other packaged applications
SpeakersDain Hansen Director of Product Marketing - Data Integration, Oracle
Dain Hansen is Director of Product Marketing at Oracle where he leads Oracle Data Integration, part of Oracle Fusion Middleware. Dain has over 14 years' experience in enterprise information management technologies including: BI, Data Warehousing, ETL, MDM, Data Services and SOA. Prior to this role, Dain was Director of Product Marketing at BEA Systems for SOA and BPM. Also at BEA, Dain led product management of AquaLogic Service Bus, which is now Oracle’s strategic ESB offering.Doug Dittrich Data Integration Solution Specialist, Oracle
Doug Dittrich has over 25 years' experience working in sales and business development for leading software companies in the IT marketplace. He earned a BS in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University and a Masters in Business Administration from San Diego State University.