The Atlas will review three major paths, all having a common goal - the industry standard Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Based on the previous System i Developer Roadmap, the first path describes the incorporation of traditional application code, the second path reviews various languages and tools for developing new components and the last path shows how to populate business components with existing code from elsewhere.
Since its introduction, the Road Atlas continues to be enhanced and extended based on feedback and industry experience. This presentation will focus on the most current version of the Road Atlas, version 4.
Our Speaker is Alison Butterill
Alison is the Application Development Offering Manager for i5/OS and works in the Power Systems Team. She is an IBM Certified Consulting I/T Specialist; certified in Application Development, WebSphere and System i. In her present position, Alison is working with a wide variety of teams to develop strategic direction and offerings for developers on the System i. One of the System i key initiatives, the System i Developers Road Atlas is a main component of her current responsibilities.
Alison has worked in the mid-range area for more than 25 years holding a wide variety of positions at IBM, always specializing in the areas of application development and database. She has held a variety of positions from being a field Systems Engineer to being an instructor in Customer Technical Education, to national support for IBM Canada, to Worldwide Technical Marketing support for the development tools and compilers from the IBM Toronto Laboratory.
Alison is a regular speaker at technical conferences and COMMON conferences around the world and holds numerous Speaker Excellence medals from COMMON North America
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