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SOAInstitute.org Announces the Addition of a 2nd Track for their 2008 SOA Conference Series

WESTBOROUGH, Mass., March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- SOAInstitute.org, the Peer to Peer Exchange for Service-Oriented Architecture Professionals, today announced that it has added a second track to its SOA Conference Series. Developed in response to demand from SOAInstitute.org members and industry movement, the new sessions will provide additional technology coverage.

WESTBOROUGH, Mass., March 5 /PRNewswire/ — SOAInstitute.org, the Peer to Peer Exchange for Service-Oriented Architecture Professionals, today announced that it has added a second track to its SOA Conference Series. Developed in response to demand from SOAInstitute.org members and industry movement, the new sessions will provide additional technology coverage.

The SOA Conference Series, now in its 3rd year, examines: — The value proposition for SOA — How to identify challenges and opportunities — How to develop metrics and key performance indicators for SOA — How to create a roadmap for expansion of SOA throughout the enterprise

It provides senior executives, professionals and architects with key insights into designing, developing, managing and governing a service-oriented architecture in their organization.

According to Tom Dwyer, Vice President of Research and Development BrainStorm Group & Editorial Board Member SOAInstitute.org "Many practitioners focus on the tactical business perspective of Service Oriented-Architecture, yet the strategic technology side of SOA implementation can be overlooked. In our new track, we look at how to integrate business and technology components throughout the organization to create optimal results. The combination two- pronged focus of business and technology equip our attendees with a complete understanding of SOA solutions from evaluation to implementation and deployment."

Mr. Dwyer adds. "Our members (senior IT executives, professionals and architects) are looking to us to add value and enhance their knowledge of how SOA works in the real world. They want SOAInstitute.org to help them navigate and understand the SOA landscape. Our expanded technology track has been created to help practitioners increase the effectiveness and efficiency of SOA for their organizations."

SOAInstitute.org will launch this new expanded program in Chicago, April 15-16 at the Hilton Chicago. The additional technology track will be featured on Wednesday, April 16 and cover topics such as Service-Oriented Analysis, Patterns for Implementing SOA Solutions, and Information Models for SOA.

Additional 2008 dates and locations include June 25-26 in DC; September 30 – October 1 in San Francisco; and November 5-6 in New York City.

SOAInstitute.org's Training and Certification Programs, designed By Practitioners for Practitioners, will also be held over each of these dates.

For details on the SOA Conference Series and training programs, visit http://www.SOAInstitute.org.

For sponsorship information, email sponsorship@SOAInstitute.org. For press passes, email smurphy@SOAInstitute.org.

About SOAInstitute.org

SOAInstitute.org has been established in response to the demand for education and peer exchange on all aspects surrounding service oriented- architecture computing. By leveraging the collective genius of our members, industry Thought Leaders and experienced practitioners, we endeavor to expedite the adoption and implementation of service oriented architecture solutions and practices.

SOAInstitute.org training programs are offered via several delivery methods to ensure SOA professionals are current and knowledgeable on what is going on in the world of SOA. From self-paced to instructor led programs online or face to face onsite at your organization, there is a format that will work for you.

SOURCE SOAInstitute.org

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