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Open Integration with OSGi



Progress MultiTouch Video1



Progress FUSE Open Source Messaging Online Retail



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A New Economy Approach to SOA Prioritizing Business ROI with SOA, BPM, Events (Part 1)



A Financial Use Case Using SOA to See BPM End-to-End and Amplify ROI (Part 2)



A Get Started Guide for IT and Business Implementation, Blueprints, Practices (Part 3)



Driving Top-Line Growth ~ Not Just Operational Efficiency



  • Dr. M. Ketabchi - Chief Scientist

BPM-CON Case Study Keynote Panel



  • Progress Software: Dr. M. Ketabchi - Chief Scientist
  • IBM: Dave Marquard - Manager, BPM Product Marketing
  • Oracle: Dan Tortorici - Director of BPM Product Marketing

Unleashing SOA - Faster Response to Business Change



  • Hub Vandervoort - CTO for Enterprise Infrastructure

SOA Summit Keynote Case Study Panel



SOA Summit - Case Study Keynote Panel - February 23 2012



  • Red Hat: Pierre Fricke - Director, Integration and BPM Product Marketing
  • Progress Softare: Hub Vandervoort - CTO, Enterprise Infrastructure 
  • SnapLogic: Marco Massenzio - Director Engineering (Server & Cloud)
  • Ping Identity: Pam Dingle - Senior Technical Architect, Office of the CTO
  • IBM: Bob Laird Enterprise Architect – SOA Foundation Group
  • FuseSource: Rob Davies, CTO FuseSource Co-Creator ASF Active MQ, Service Mix Camel  
  • SOA Software: Ian Goldsmith - VP, Product Management

Enterprises Need Customer-Centric Applications – Can They Build them in BPM?



  • Dr. M. Ketabchi - Chief Strategist

BPM-CON: Case Study Keynote Panel



  • [Progress Software]: Dr. M. Ketabchi - Chief Strategist
  • [IBM]: Brian Safron - Program Director, WebSphere Business Rules and Events
  • [Oracle]: Dan Tortorici - Director of BPM Product Marketing

Multi-dimensional SOA at the - Edge of Enterprise



  • Hub Vandervoort - CTO, Enterprise Infrastructure 

Top 7 Data API Headaches And How To Handle Them



  • Jeff Reser
    Sr. Product Strategist