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Connecting SOA with BRMS Session at SOA World Conference & Expo

To ensure successful SOA implementation, companies should reconsider how they provide decision services

To ensure successful SOA implementation, companies should reconsider how they provide decision services. The unmanageable, black-box approach of wrapping legacy code does not work. BRMS (Business Rules Management System) helps companies meet the SOA promises of reuse and agility with Transparent Decision Services that are truly reusable, modeled by business analysts, maintained by business teams, and managed by IT. BRMS allows externalized decision logic, are modeled and maintained by business teams and analysts, managed by IT, allow automatic auditable capture with extensive reporting, and are easy to repurpose and maintain.

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Speaker Bio:
Nicolas Robbe is vice president of product marketing at ILOG, a leader in business rules management system (BRMS) and optimization software. He also manages strategic marketing for the company and has over 15 years of experience in the fields of business rules technologies and optimization, and their application to specific-industry problems. Prior to joining ILOG in 1995, Nicolas spent several years in software engineering positions at Siemens and Bull Computers. He attended the University of Colorado and the Universite de Technologie de Compiegne, France, where he graduated with an MS in computer science.


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