Monday, July 30, 2007

Microsoft SOA and Business Process Conference (10/29-11/2 Redmond, WA)

This is an opportunity to get up close and personal with Microsoft on those topics that matter to you.

I was able to attend this conference last year and it packed more punch around communicating Microsoft’s strategy with Business Process Integration than both PDC and TechEd combined. The only regret I had is that, as an organization, we didn’t have a larger presence to cover each track (Developer, IT Admin, Architect, Business Owner).

As I mentioned, this was the most significant BizTalk (and all things related) presence I’ve seen to date, although it was under their new business unit: Connected Systems Division. This new division includes the Distributed Systems Group, Business Process and Integration, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Workflow, InfoCard, Active Directory, MSMQ, BizTalk Server, Host Integration Server, Commerce Server, RFID and Industry Standard Accelerators (Rosetta.NET, SWIFT, AS2, EDI, etc).


Check it out...

Who is invited to attend?
Space will be limited, but anyone who is interested in SOA and Business Process should attend.
Who should attend the conference?
The conference is intended to educate and inform project managers, business managers, process owners/executives, IT/technical implementers, developers and business/technical consultants. Individuals from IT departments, development organizations, Project Management Offices (PMOs), and those business focused individuals who need to grasp a deeper understanding of how Project, Portfolio and EPM can empower their organization to do more will get great value from this conference.
What is the charge to attend the conference?
Early bird rate is $199. After that point, registration will be $299.

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