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Francois Depayras to Present Connecting Legacy Apps to SOA Session at SOA World Conference & Expo

Enable both new and legacy applications to interoperate in an SOA environment

For enterprises looking to create mission-critical applications, the benefits of transitioning to an SOA environment are many. However, the number of legacy applications and systems with proprietary protocols that do not support a Web services interface, and therefore cannot connect directly to an SOA-based system, can make this transition extremely difficult. Given the ability to create a Web Services interface for these applications so that they can be managed as a service, enterprises could realize these benefits and make a transition to SOA. This session will examine current tools and technologies for enterprises and allow them to enable both new and legacy applications to interoperate in an SOA environment.

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Speaker Bio:
Francois Depayras is vice president of marketing for Ensim Corporation. He is responsible for identifying and quantifying Ensim's market opportunities and requirements, forming core value propositions to address them and, communicating that value through a wide range of communication channels. Prior to joining Ensim, Francois was senior product manager at Critical Path.

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