Unlike traditional web services or business services, data services are specialized, granular and data-centric services that enable data access to disparate data sources in a service-oriented world. While wrapping a business application with a web service often works very well, simply wrapping a data source connection with a web service does not. Without special consideration such as data quality, latency and modality requirements, enterprise applications and mashups will fail with inconsistent and inaccurate data.
In this presentation, Naresh Govindaraj and Wei Zheng will explain how one can use a single integrated and model-driven data services platform, to solve common data integration challenges in a SOA environment. The solution makes use of a standards-based data abstraction layer to deliver consistent, timely and accurate data services to a variety of enterprise applications.
Naresh Govindaraj is the Senior Director of Product Management at Informatica and is responsible for the Informatica Data Integration platform. During his carrier at Informatica he has helped evolve the product from a departmental ETL solution to an enterprise wide data integration platform. Prior to Informatica he has held engineering positions in other software companies including IBM and Red Brick systems.
Wei Zheng is the Principle Product Manager responsible for Informatica's products and offerings around real time data integration and data services. Prior to joining Informatica, Wei was the co-founder and CTO of Blazent - an enterprise software start up focused around operational and BI reporting for enterprise IT assets.
6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Registration / Networking / Refreshments / Pizza
7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Presentations and Discussion Price
$15 at the door for non-SDForum members
No charge for SDForum members
No registration required
Tibco Software Inc.
3301 Hillview Ave, Building #2, Palo Alto, CA
Park in the surface lots around the buildings. Do not attempt to park underground (requires a pass)
Official Website: http://www.sdforum.org/web-services
Added by davenielsen on September 13, 2008