Application Integration Trends Classroom

Application Integration Trends Classroom

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This classroom explores application integration trends for 2013 and beyond. Discover how enterprise integration architects can join cutting edge technologies with the tried and true, and balance the push for innovation with stable business strategies.

Gain practical tips from expert analysts from Forrester Research and Con-way, Inc on how to implement real-time application integration, as well as best practices for avoiding common pitfalls with application integration maintenance.

Speakers

Ken Vollmer Principal analyst at Forrester Research

Ken Vollmer is a principal analyst in Forrester's Application Development & Infrastructure research group, covering trends, issues, and strategies related to all forms of integration, including business process management (BPM), enterprise application integration (EAI), B2B integration (B2Bi), and electronic data interchange (EDI).

Randy Heffner VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research

Randy serves Application Development & Delivery Professionals. He is a leading expert on architectures and design approaches for building enterprise applications that are secure and resilient in the face of continuous business and technology change. This makes service-oriented architecture (SOA) one of Randy's primary focus areas. Since enterprise applications need much more than SOA, Randy led the development of Forrester's digital business architecture, which provides a broad architectural context around SOA. For seven years, Randy has been a driving force for Forrester's research on application architecture trends, concepts, patterns, and best practices.

Vendor:
SearchSOA.com
Posted:
02 Jul 2013
Premiered:
02 Jul 2013
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Virtual Environment
Language:
English
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