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DataServices World (November 20): SOA, WOA, cloud computing andfuture of database

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The DataServices World conference offers a program for those
interested in technology for data integration and data access, with
emphasis on service-oriented architecture (SOA), web-oriented
architecture (WOA) and cloud computing solutions. Presenting the
program are experts and thought leaders from the University of
California, IBM, Adobe Systems, Yahoo!, Reuters, Oracle,
salesforce.com, DataDirect Technologies, Netrics and m2mi
Corporation.

When: November 20, 2008
Where: Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, California

DataServices World explores enterprise and Internet computing
technologies that enable us to operate with SQL, XML and disparate
data sources. The conference program examines the data services layer,
service data modeling, machine intelligence for adaptive service
infrastructure, data in the cloud, LiveCycle Data Services,
authorization/authentication and Universal Services for creating XML
end-to-end applications. Besides technical
presentations, the agenda includes a workshop and Power Panel. The
panel will discuss "The Future of Database and Data Services in a Time
of SOA and Cloud Computing". It follows the "Data Quality, Data Access
and Data Services Workshop".

DataServices World runs November 20 as one of four co-located
conferences at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, California. Running
from November 19-21 are SOAWorld, Cloud Computing Expo and
Virtualization Conference.

Conference Program:
http://www.DataServicesWorld.com/eve...allprogram.htm

Registration:
http://www.dataservicesworld.sys-con.com
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