Optimizing your business through SOA
Leonardo LLames, IBM

February 14, 2006 FASUG Meeting - Valentines Day

* * * Please Note - Meeting Time Change * * *
Start at 1:15pm & End at 4:00pm
This session describes the concepts and implementation of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) as it relates to the iSeries environment. Topics include retrofitting or re-using existing applications and DB2 data in a Service Component Architecture (SCA), exposing these resources as Web Services, then automating and optimizing the business processes.

Because the iSeries is capable of running multiple operating systems, it is capable of participating in multiple areas within the SOA infrastructure.

Leonardo LLames
Java, Websphere, DB Design, Application Design, Client/Server, Java/Websphere Performance, DB2 Performance, RPG, COBOL, CL, C, SQL, ILE, ODBC, Object Oriented Technologies, Server Consolidation, Capacity Planning, XML and related technologies, Web Services, Pervasive Computing . . . Leonardo LLames is a Consulting I/T Specialist in the IBM Advanced Technical Support Organization (iSeries) in Rochester, MN and is a Certified I/T Specialist in the area of Application Development & Maintenance. He has been working in the areas of application and DB design, performance analysis, and client-server technologies in Rochester for the past 13 years.

He now works in e-business technologies, particularly Java and WebSphere Application Server environments, and XML on the iSeries platform. Prior to his exile to Rochester, he was an application developer (Traditional application technologies) for IBM business partners.

He speaks at various customer conferences, including the iSeries Technical Conference and COMMON

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