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TIBCO's Matthew Quinn to Present on SOA with Service Virtualization at SOA World Conference & Expo 2007

Session to cover different architectural components of service virtualization

Many large SOA deployments face two major challenges: how to promote service reuse and how to manage the complexity of a heterogeneous, distributed SOA that includes Java, .NET, and various legacy and packaged applications deployed across the enterprise. The solution is to implement service virtualization to make services portable and protocol independent. This session will cover the different architectural components of service virtualization – mediation, deployment, governance and service management – and the standards that make service virtualization possible.

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Speaker Bio:
Matthew Quinn is senior vice president, product strategy for TIBCO Software. He has been with the company for over seven years, working in a variety of key positions. As an expert in agents and highly distributed complex systems, he is often called upon to help customers solve some of their most challenging integration problems. Matthew has written a PhD thesis on "Distributed Workflow Systems" and is currently completing a book on enterprise architectures.

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