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 Architecture
 Business Process Management Enabled by SOA
 CICS and Enterprise Services
 Governance
 Industry Services
 Information as a Service
 Infrastructure Security and Management
 Integration, Connectivity and ESB
 Process Integrity
 Service Development
 Service Oriented Architecture and Patterns
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Information as a Service

TIS-1375 - Federated metadata management with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository, Rational Asset Manager and Tivoli Configuration Management Database
John Colgrave, IBM, WSRR Architect, David Cox, IBM, STSM, Gili Mendel, IBM, Senior Technical Stuff Member
You have WebSphere® Service Registry and Repository, Rational® Asset Manager and Tivoli® Configuration Management Database deployed. How can they work together to provide the federated metadata management for your services throughout the SOA lifecycle? Come to this session to learn about the integration of these repositories, with specific examples of where each are used.
Level: Beginner

TIS-1754 - Information as a service: Leveraging your data server in an SOA Environment
Stephen Brodsky, IBM, Software Architect, Deepak Kohli, IBM, IMS Technical Support
By applying service oriented architecture (SOA) principles to information, you can achieve greater value from your information assets, including the assets in your data server. Companies that apply these principles can increase agility by allowing information to be used in new, easier ways, shortening the cycle between the identification of business requirements and implementation. This session focuses on the specific capabilities in DB2®, Informix® Dynamic Server and Information Management System data servers that leverage technologies such as XML, XQuery, Web services, and Java Database Connectivity, providing the business flexibility demanded by SOA environments. The session also describes the SOA solutions provided to leverage your information assets in an IMS TM/DB environment.
Level: Intermediate

TIS-1977 - New Technology Directions for Java Database Access: pureQuery
Stephen Brodsky, IBM, Software Architect
IBM is creating new technologies in order to make Java access to relational and XML databases easier and more flexible for the application developer. This session will provide details on the new pureQuery technology, and how it improves existing technologies that are widely used by Java developers today. The session also provides an overview of the IBM plan to deliver pureQuery with IBM Data Studio.
Level: Intermediate

TIS-2502 - The IBM master data management approach in a SOA
BRIAN BYRNE, IBM, Industry Models Architect
Master data such as a party (customer, citizen, and supplier), product, and account play a critical role in a SOA. A key characteristic of master data and its associated services is that they support multiple major business processes and represent frequently accessed services and data. Therefore, Master Data Management (MDM) is critical to the development of SOA. It provides a common source of accurate, consistent and comprehensive master information, exposed through consistent services that can be leveraged across business processes and applications. In this session, we will introduce the general concepts of MDM and give an update on the latest offerings and releases from IBM.
Level: Beginner

TIS-2503 - Leveraging a top-down and bottom-up approach to SOA
Sean T. Crowley, IBM, Marketing Lead, IBM Information Server
This session covers IBM WebSphere® Process Server, IBM Information Server, and industry models, and discusses modeling your own approach to information as a service.
Level: Beginner

TIS-2504 - Approaches to Enterprise Content Management
Stephen Hussey, IBM, Senior Product Manager, FileNet Content Manager
Enterprises taking on the task of deploying Enterprise Content Management (ECM) as a core service are developing technical strategies to enable the fulfillment of this strategic vision. The challenges of having multiple solutions dependent on a common ECM infrastructure present organizations with significant challenges. This session discusses some of these approaches, including products from the IBM ECM portfolio.
Level: Intermediate

TIS-2505 - Implementing document-centric BPM solutions with IBM FileNet and WebSphere
Mike Marin, IBM, BPM Product Architect
Seeking to create and implement document-centric business process management (BPM) solutions based on IBM FileNet® Business Process Manager and WebSphere® Process Server? This session demonstrates how to use both products to implement processes that combine document-centric and integration-centric characteristics. It covers the components needed to create and maintain such a solution end-to-end, including process modeling, execution, and monitoring, with a special focus on process interoperability based on Web services invocations.
Level: Intermediate

TIS-2506 - Enabling rapid development of business solutions with IBM FileNet Business Process Framework
Manoj Puthenveetil, IBM, IBM FileNet Business Process Management Products Software Product Manager
The IBM FileNet® Business Process Framework (BPF) reduces the time and expense associated deploying solutions based on the IBM FileNet Business Process Manager (BPM) by providing a highly configurable application development framework. BPF leverages proven, reusable code that forms the foundation for all types of FileNet BPM application scenarios. This session provides an in-depth technical overview of the latest features in FileNet BPF. It will also provide detailed introduction into the various configuration and customization options available in FileNet BPF. A brief demonstration of the latest product capabilities will also be included.
Level: Intermediate

TIS-2507 - Driving business performance with content-centric business process management
Danny Pidutti, IBM, Program Director - BPM Product Markeitng
The key to building competitive advantage lies in how an organization manages its core and customer-facing business processes. Business process management (BPM) enables organizations to streamline operations, increase visibility, and improve decision making, resulting in lower operational costs, increase customer responsiveness, and reduced organizational risks, thus maximizing business performance. This session demonstrates how organizations can practice BPM and realize its benefits by using the IBM FileNet® Business Process Manager suite to manage their content- and human- centric business processes.
Level: Intermediate

TIS-2508 - SOA and pureXML: The role of DB2 in an Innovative Architecture
Stephen Brodsky, IBM, Software Architect, Michael Schenker, IBM, IBM Data Server Web Services and SOA Software Developer
More and more customers recognize the potential of implementing a Service Oriented Architecture to their business. DB2 is well positioned to serve as an enterprise data server in an flexible, growing SOA environment. With the DB2 pureXML feature and Data Web Services support, DB2 opens new opportunities for an innovative SOA architecture. This session will give an overview over pureXML and explains how to leverage Data Web Service. The main focus is to discuss business scenarios and use cases that illustrate the potential of pureXML and Data Web Services in an SOA.
Level: Intermediate

TIS-2509 - Using SOA Solutions to Manage and Govern Your Organization's Data
Karl King, Verizon Wireless, Associate Director, Ernie Mancill, IBM, Executive IT Specialist
What company today doesn't have to worry about regulatory compliance, intellectual property theft or economic espionage? Companies report that they are spending an increasing amount of IT budgets on security issues - 20% and rising according to some sources. With rising costs and tight resources, you need a cost-effective way to maintain compliance and protect your organization's information. This session will discuss the challenges in providing an environment that supports data growth, data security and protects privacy. It will also focus on offerings from IBM that are available to govern your data, increase developer productivity and plug into your SOA environment.
Level: Intermediate

TIS-2510 - Info 2.0: Harnessing the power of Web 2.0, Information on Demand, and SOA for the enterprise
Sriram Padmanabhan, IBM, Distinguished Engineer
The IBM Info 2.0 technology delivers on the promise of unlocking the value of enterprise and IT information resources for rapid assembly of end-user business applications. Info 2.0 leverages emerging Web 2.0 technologies such as mashups, feeds, Ajax, and JSON in order to simplify assembly of information using feeds and services. It is an ideal supplement to enterprises who are adopting SOA and Information On Demand initiatives. Session attendees will learn about the technical elements of Info 2.0, including the feed generation framework, Mashup Hub, and mashup assembly components. One or more demonstrations will showcase the applications of this technology.
Level: Intermediate

TIS-2663 - Dynamic warehousing: Leveraging information as a service
By continually breaking new ground, delivering dynamic business insight across the enterprise and into business processes, IBM has defined what is next for data warehousing. With the help of standards like XML and flexible SOA architectures, making information available as a service is becoming easier to achieve, enabling organizations to share data across applications without compromising security. Companies can use these approaches to extend the value of information, including business intelligence and warehousing data, to a broader community of users. By presenting real customer examples, key emerging trends, and the latest IBM technologies, services and offerings, this session will demonstrate how the IBM approach to game-changing leadership can your improve business performance today.
Level: Intermediate