We will be having some good sessions with Partners and Customers alike around Legacy System Modernization. This will focus on things like Mainframe Migration to SOA Enablement of the Mainframe and some cool stuff with OWB and and BI on the mainframe.
Here is the current sessions you'll want to see below. I'll add more as I get the details.
Time: Nov 15 from 1-2
Location: Moscone South 305
Title: Implement Your Information Integration Strategy with
Oracle Database 11g
Presenter: Jean-Pierre Dijcks, Oracle (Tom Laszewski, Oracle
Modernization, presenting last 10 minutes)
integration means more than simply moving data from one database to
another. A complete integration solution provides right-time data
movement, data modeling capabilities, and processes to ensure
information quality on top of shared metadata. In this session, learn
all about the technology available and how customers use Oracle
Database 11g's information management solution to address the full
spectrum of integration requirements.
|Session: S292178 |
Time: Nov 12 from 11-12
Location: Hilton Hotel in the "Franciscan Room".
Title: HP,Oracle, and Intel: Application Modernization Initiative
Presenter: Paul Evans, HP
Time: Nov 12 from 3:15 to 4:15
Location: 305 Moscone South
Title: Enterprise Asset Modernization -- A Framework for IT
Presenter: Ali Shadman, Unisys
Learn the approaches to Enterprise Modernization recommended in
partnership by Unisys and Oracle. Understand how blueprinting mitigates
risk, accelerates time to deployment and reduces cost. Hear how unique
Knowledge Mining and Abstraction tools can protect your organizations
existing IP by extracting business rules from legacy applications for
reuse in an open standards SOA environment. Decide how best to start
meeting your organization's modernization needs.
Time: Nov 13 from 3:15 to 4:15
Location: 303 Moscone South
Title: Enterprise Modernization 2.0: Lessons and Best Practices
Presenter: Ravi Kalakota, Unisys
Every business has some experience with
modernization of business process, applications, infrastructure,
databases, or security. Most enjoy limited successes while developing
respect for modernization's pitfalls. Driven by new regulations,
competition, and retirement of critical skills, the modernization of
legacy systems must accelerate. In this session, learn about today's
second-generation enterprise modernization initiatives driven by SOA
with Unisys and Oracle.