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Service Oriented Architecture 2008 UK Local conference

The driving principle behind SOA is the ability to dynamically deliver applications required by the users that need them in a flexible and cost-effective manner.

Many organisations have successfully completed small-scale SOA pilot projects, but these have highlighted a number of business management challenges that must be addressed before wider-scale adoption can be started.

If you are responsible for developing and implementing your organisation's IT strategy this conference will provide you with the tools and information you need to implement a companywide SOA solution that deploys agile, manageable and secure technology.

The event will take place in London on the 11th of March 2008.

FREE* attendance for the first 100 end-user registrations received.

For all subsequent end-user registrations and for participants from other organisations the fee is EUR550.

Registration includes conference participation, documentation and access to presentation material, plus all refreshments and lunch. Please note that the fee does not include overnight accommodation.

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