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SYS-CON.TV's "SOA Web Services" and "Enterprise Open Source" Programs To Air in December

Power panel discussions hosted by Group Publisher Jeremy Geelan will stream from SYS-CON.TV's Times Square studios

10th International "SOA Web Services Edge 2006 Conference & Expo" panel discussion taped live at SYS-CON.TV's Times Square studios will stream on Monday, December 5, 2005, and "Enterprise Open Source Power Panel" will stream on Wednesday, December 7, 2005.

In this first "SOA and Web Services Power Panel" series, SYS-CON's group publisher and  "SOA Web Services Edge" conference chair Jeremy Geelan was joined by Eric Newcomer of IONA, Paul Lipton of CA, Aaron White of Mindreef and David Kershaw of Altova. "Enterprise Open Source Power Panel" participants included Andy Astor of EnterprsieDB, Shaun Connolly of JBoss, Yakov Fain of JDJ, and Eric Newcomer of IONA.


"SOA and Web Services Power Panel" to stream on Monday, December 5, 2005 on SYS-CON.TV

SOA Web Services Edge East 2006 Conference & Expo and Enterprise Open Source 2006 Conference & Expo, both to be held in June 2006, "Call for Papers" deadline is set to be December 17, 2005. Topics include all development and management aspects of Web services and Service-Oriented Architecture plus all development and management aspects of Open Source technologies in enterprise deployment.


"Enterprise Open Source Power Panel" to stream on Wednesday, December 7, 2005 on SYS-CON.TV

Benefits of Being a Member of the 2006 Faculty

Both conference sessions will be broadcasted live to pay-per-view global audiences in addition to classroom delegates; live and encore presentations will be viewed by more than 150,000 qualified attendees around the world, generating the biggest exposure to date for any i-technology event in the world!


Speakers will receive unprecedented visibility in pre-conference promotion in print and online. They will also receive exposure via the accompanying Web Services Edge 2006 East conference portal for many months prior to and following the conference. Sessions may be recorded and made available via the Internet to a wider audience (at the discretion of SYS-CON Events). Speakers will have the benefit of attending the entire conference as our guest.

SOA Web Services Edge 2006 - International Conference & Expo 

According to industry analyst firm Gartner Group, by 2008 more than 60 percent of enterprises will use SOA as the guiding principle when creating mission-critical applications and processes. "Businesses that ignore the potential of SOA will find themselves outpaced by rivals who improve their agility and transform themselves into new kinds of enterprises," says Gartner analyst Yafim Natis.

Help with that transformation: submit your speaking proposal today. Topics will include:

  • Transitioning Successfully to SOA
  • Federated Web services
  • ebXML
  • Orchestration
  • Discovery
  • The Business Case for SOA
  • Interop & Standards
  • Web Services Management
  • Messaging Buses and SOA
  • Enterprise Service Buses
  • SOBAs (Service-Oriented Business Apps)
  • Delivering ROI with SOA
  • Java Web Services
  • XML Web Services
  • Security
  • Professional Open Source
  • Systems Integration
  • Sarbanes-Oxley
  • Grid Computing
  • Business Process Management
  • Web Services Choreography
Speaker Candidates

Ideal candidates are i-Technology experts who have first-hand experience in the development and/or implementation of Web services, .NET, MX, or Java applications, XML-based technologies, and service-oriented architectures in general. .NET and Java developers involved in building, deploying, or maintaining Web services and IT/IS management involved in IT integration and related issues are also welcome.

If you have something substantive, challenging, and original to offer, you are encouraged to submit a proposal. In the proposal, please highlight previous speaking engagements including classroom or course work. Please provide at least three references with respect to speaking ability, as well as contact information that will allow us to reach you to evaluate presentation skills. Past speakers do not need to provide references. 


Enterprise Open Source 2006 - International Conference & Expo

In the world of Enterprise Open Source software, the code is free and open but you can pay for things such as support, packaging, and/or reliable distributions. This conference aims to help attendees navigate the choppy waters between what JBoss CEO Marc Fleury calls "the expectations/perceptions of the open source community and the reality of sustaining the kind of software and services that professional IT management can be comfortable signing off on."

Help with that navigation process: submit your speaking proposal today. Topics will include:

  • Open Source Licenses
  • Open Source & E-Mail
  • Databases
  • ROI Case Studies
  • Open Source ERP & CRM
  • Open-Source SIP
  • Testing
  • LAMP Technologies
  • Open Source on the Desktop
  • Open Source & Sarbanes-Oxley
  • IP Management

Speaker Candidates

Ideal candidates are i-Technology experts who have first-hand experience in building, deploying and developing the Open Source environment , perl, php, Python, Apache, Eclipse, Symbian, LAMP, MacLAMP, mySQL.

If you have something substantive, challenging, and original to offer, you are encouraged to submit a proposal. In the proposal, please highlight previous speaking engagements including classroom or course work. Please provide at least three references with respect to speaking ability, as well as contact information that will allow us to reach you to evaluate presentation skills.

Guidelines for Submitting a Proposal

  • All submissions become the property of SYS-CON Events.
  • All conference sessions are vendor-neutral. Proprietary or confidential
          material should not be included.
  • Submit your proposal by December 17, 2005.
  • SYS-CON will notify potential candidates beginning January 2006.
  • Draft materials for presenters are due by January 15, 2006. (Do not send materials
          prior to notification of acceptance, unless requested.)
  • Final materials from presenters are due by January 30, 2006.
  • All sessions are open to registered conference attendees only. SOA Web Services
          Edge is acknowledged to be the industry's most relevant conference program 
          addressing the challenges and technology needs of today's business environment.

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    Enterprise Open Source Magazine News Desk 12/01/05 11:33:04 AM EST

    In this first "SOA and Web Services Power Panel" series, SYS-CON's group publisher and "SOA Web Services Edge" conference chair Jeremy Geelan was joined by Eric Newcomer of IONA, Paul Lipton of CA, Erin White of Mindreef and David Kershaw of Altova. "Enterprise Open Source Power Panel" participants included Andy Astor of EnterprsieDB, Shaun Connolly of JBoss, Yakov Fain of JDJ, and Eric Newcomer of IONA.

    SYS-CON Canada News Desk 11/30/05 04:28:00 PM EST

    SYS-CON.TV's "SOA Web Services" and "Enterprise Open Source" Programs To Air in December. Both conference sessions will be broadcasted live to pay-per-view global audiences in addition to classroom delegates; live and encore presentations will be viewed by more than 150,000 qualified attendees around the world, generating the biggest exposure to date for any i-technology event in the world!

    SOA Web Services Journal News Desk 11/30/05 03:04:57 PM EST

    SYS-CON.TV's "SOA Web Services" and "Enterprise Open Source" Programs To Air in December. Both conference sessions will be broadcasted live to pay-per-view global audiences in addition to classroom delegates; live and encore presentations will be viewed by more than 150,000 qualified attendees around the world, generating the biggest exposure to date for any i-technology event in the world!

    SYS-CON Germany News Desk 11/30/05 02:46:33 PM EST

    Both conference sessions will be broadcasted live to pay-per-view global audiences in addition to classroom delegates; live and encore presentations will be viewed by more than 150,000 qualified attendees around the world, generating the biggest exposure to date for any i-technology event in the world!

    JDJ News Desk 11/30/05 02:01:13 PM EST

    Both conference sessions will be broadcasted live to pay-per-view global audiences in addition to classroom delegates; live and encore presentations will be viewed by more than 150,000 qualified attendees around the world, generating the biggest exposure to date for any i-technology event in the world!

    SOA Web Services Journal News Desk 11/30/05 01:19:05 PM EST

    SYS-CON.TV's "SOA Web Services" and "Enterprise Open Source" Programs To Air in December. SOA Web Services Edge East 2006 Conference & Expo and Enterprise Open Source 2006 Conference & Expo, both to be held in Spring 2006, announce that their Call for Papers is now open. Topics include all development and management aspects of Web services and Service-Oriented Architecture plus all development and management aspects of Open Source technology.

    SOA Web Services Journal 10/11/05 03:50:18 PM EDT

    "SOA Web Services Edge" and "Enterprise Open Source" Conference Call for Papers Now Open. SOA Web Services Edge East 2006 Conference & Expo and Enterprise Open Source 2006 Conference & Expo, both to be held May 23-25, 2006, announce that their Call for Papers is now open. Topics include all development and management aspects of Web services and Service-Oriented Architecture plus all development and management aspects of Open Source technology.

    Enterprise Open Source Magazine 09/21/05 04:02:00 PM EDT

    "SOA Web Services Edge" and "Enterprise Open Source" Conference Call for Papers Now Open. SOA Web Services Edge East 2006 Conference & Expo and Enterprise Open Source 2006 Conference & Expo, both to be held May 23-25, 2006, announce that their Call for Papers is now open. Topics include all development and management aspects of Web services and Service-Oriented Architecture plus all development and management aspects of Open Source technology.

    Enterprise Open Source Magazine 09/21/05 03:02:00 AM EDT

    "SOA Web Services Edge" and "Enterprise Open Source" Conference Call for Papers Now Open. The 10th International SOA Web Services Edge - International Web Services Conference & Expo, May 23-25, 2006

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