Topic: Service-Oriented Architecture on IBM i

Date:Tuesday, October 21
Time:5:30 (Deli snack) - 6:00 (Meeting)
Location: Eaton Corp.
26201 Northwestern Hwy
Southfield, MI 48076 (map)
www.eaton.com
Speaker:Rich Diedrich
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Presentation PowerPoint

Service-Oriented Architecture is arguably the most important concept in current computer applications.

This presentation will describe the important concepts, how it differs from more traditional IBM i applications, what it means to program design, and some of the tools available on IBM i that can be used to expose service-oriented interfaces.

About the Presenter

Rich Diedrich

Rich Diedrich
Senior Technical Staff Member
IBM i Applications
Lab Services Power Systems Delivery Practice
IBM Systems & Technology Group

Rich is a Senior Technical Staff Member in the IBM Lab Services Power Delivery Practice for IBM i. His specialties include application modernization, cryptography, application communication, and unusual requests. He has been working at IBM Rochester for a third of a century and in Lab Services for the last couple of decades.


SOA for the Business Developer

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MCPress SOA books will be made available for attendees in return for a contribution toward the student game activity. You may pick up a book if you attend onsite or if you are joining in remotely a book can be sent to you providing shipping costs are covered. Contact Laura Ubelhor at 248-701-7410 or for inquiries.