Dra. Romelia Flores y Dr. Kerrie Holley

Approaches for creating SOA solutions


Expositores: Dra. Romelia Flores y Dr. Kerrie Holley - IBM

Conferencia: Approaches for creating SOA solutions

Fecha: Vi 5-sep-08, 17:00-19:00 hrs.

Lugar: Sala de Conferencias, ITAM – Río Hondo

Resumen: This presentation will describe an approach to gathering business and technical requirements for creating SOA based solutions.  We will review and provide an in-depth view of a client project which leveraged the approaches described. We will review the deliverables resulting from this project and give a feel for the iterative nature of SOA based design.  In addition, we will demonstrate the results of the solution created with this client.

Curriculum Dra. Flores: She is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, and a highly respected technical architect and business leader.  Her twenty five year career with IBM spans application design and development, rapid application development, client/server, web technology, distributed computing, ISV Integration, on demand and services-oriented architecture design.  Her expertise includes the design and implementation of Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Contact Center and leading-edge SOA solutions.  She is a Senior Certified Executive IT Architect and an IBM Certified SOA Designer. She has contributed significant intellectual capital including 2 U.S. Patents and reached the fourth Invention Plateau.

Curriculum Dr. Holley: He is Chief Technology Officer for IBM.  His expertise centers around software engineering, architecture and translating business requirements into designs for cutting-edge network centric distributed solutions with a focus on business and IT fusion.  Responsibilities include technical leadership for services oriented architecture, technical oversight for network centric software engineering projects, adaptive enterprise architecture design, IT strategy, formation of partnerships among clients and vendors, leading architecture reviews, and managing technical risks. In recognition of his sustained technical achievement and leadership, Mr. Holley was appointed an IBM Distinguished Engineer in 2000.