Fifth edition of Symphony Services’ focuses on SOA

By : |November 13, 2007 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: Symphony Services, the leader in global product engineering services has announced that the fifth edition of its Crescendo series of premier technology road shows will be entitled "SOA Governance and Security" and be held in Bangalore.  The event is aimed at educating and enabling software professionals to develop and implement a successful SOA governance policy and framework, whilst steering through security pitfalls in architecture design.

The event will take place on November 15, 2007 at the St. John’s Auditorium, Bangalore from 6 pm onwards.  Speakers will include Hari Bhupasamudram, Oracle Corporation’s Senior Manager, Platform Technology Solutions, Oracle Server Technologies and Prakash Perimbeti, Head – SOA Centre of Excellence at Symphony Services.

The Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) market in India is expected to grow at a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 49 percent from 2006-2009, making it the fastest growing market in the region, according to the Springboard Research report, “SOA in Asia Pacific- Towards More Business Friendly IT.”

Amitava Roy, President, Symphony Services, India said, “As adoption of SOA-based architectures gains momentum, one of the key issues that must be understood is how the management and development of new services impacts the R&D model.  This has made SOA governance one of the priorities anyone who is seriously considering implementing a SOA strategy.”  Roy added, "whenever we build loosely-coupled, internally and externally discoverable systems, security becomes a major consideration–much more so than in traditional closed systems.  SOA is one of the most popular technologies we’ve seen come along in a while, but it comes with several challenges for developers.  In order to succeed, it is essential for IT professionals to understand this technology."

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