Date: 10th Nov 2011
Venue: Christopher's, Covent Garden
An amazing dining experience awaits you in one of London's most historic buildings, the site of the capital's first licensed casino. The gaming tables, which once saw Victorian gentlemen pursue their "noble hobby" lay at the top of the grand spiral staircase where the restaurant is now situated.
The gambling has gone but in its place is the finest American cuisine to be found in London.
The discussion and, talks we have ready for you are equally impressive.
Many companies found that their SOA (services oriented architecture) plans failed to deliver on the business agility and faster time to market that was first promised. Holding back the success of such plans is often the data - or at least the flexible integrations, security policies and governance of data that SOA desperately needs.
Attend this Dining Club to hear about making IT more responsive to the business responsive business integration, which enables organizations to respond faster to change and ensure that data is delivered to the systems, applications and users that need it, in the right format, and at the right time.
Attendees will learn how to go beyond SOA to:
- Address data inconsistencies that undermine the success of SOA without the complexity of MDM
- Enable dynamic change to applications, data and policy without impacting other systems
- Maintain compliance with IT and security policies with end-to-end visibility and governance
- Top EMEA Companies Use Progress Products & Technology
As always, there will be plenty of time to network with your peers and have your questions answered in an educational yet informal atmosphere.