SOA Society Meeting - Feb 26th

21. February 2008 21:57

Below is the announcement for the February Meeting of the SOA Society...

After exploring domain-specific modeling at the January meeting, the SOA Society is going to look at service-oriented architecture in the context of the Business Services Model at the February meeting.  Marc Guthrie, the CEO of COMFRAME, will present, “ SOA – The Perfect Storm”.

According to Guthrie, “How parallel progressions in Information systems complexity, business knowledge requirements, and technology /standards advancements has created the perfect environment for the business services model.”

Join us Tuesday and hear about the forces that are driving the next wave of technology innovation. The meeting is as usual free but please R.S.V.P. The January meeting was a packed house. We want to be sure that there will be pizza enough to go around.

Meeting Date: Tuesday February 26, 2008
Meeting Time: Gather at 6:00 PM, Presentation @ 7:00 P.M.
Place: Intermark Group, 1800 International Park Drive, Suite 500 (off Acton Road, near the Acton Road Exit off I-459); Birmingham, AL 35243 [Directions 1800 International Park Drive]
Host: Scott Pierce
Coordinator: Margaret Marston
Refreshments: Pizza
Meeting Fee: FREE
RSVP: Margaret Marston []

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