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Enabling the Agile Enterprise - Novell

Enabling the Agile Enterprise - Novell

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Presenters: Mike Lawson & Paul Wilson
Date: Jun 12, 2003
Location: Chattanooga Java Users Group (cjug.net)
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1167347

Overview
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Novell® exteNd™ is a comprehensive suite of tools for the development and deployment of advanced business applications and Web services. With its powerful end-to-end capabilities, you can do the following:

Painlessly extract business-critical data and applications from existing systems
Easily transform these resources into open, flexible Web services
Quickly deliver personalized Web services—anytime and anywhere—through dynamic portals
Unlike competitors' rip-and-replace technologies, Novell exteNd helps you solve business problems quickly and cost-effectively. It supports all versions of Extensible Markup Language (XML)—as well as key Internet standards—to provide non-intrusive integration with your existing systems. An intuitive visual-design environment accelerates application-development and delivery cycles, enabling users to enjoy fast access to the personalized Web applications and content that Novell exteNd delivers.

Biography
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Mike Lawson has thirty years experience in data processing as salesman, sales manager, and National Account Manager. Companies include Novell, Platinum Technologies, Oracle, Data General and Wang. At Oracle as NAM he had responsibility for AT&T Bell Labs and Network Systems nationwide. His experience includes relational database, data warehousing, database management utilities, web based reporting systems, OLAP and application development environments. Mike is currently responsible for marketing Novell’s Web Services solution within the Heartland District that includes Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas. Mike’s presentation will focus on the business drivers for Web services and will provide an overview of the Novell/Silverstream technology.

Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson has more than 8 years experience as a System Engineer in Networks, Web based reporting systems and Software Development. Experience includes MCI, Wall Data, Actuate Software, and Novell with hands-on Java coding and analysis experience. Paul will discuss the exteNd architecture and will demonstrate the exteNd capabilities and address web services questions and relate it to a Java development environment

Presenters: Mike Lawson & Paul Wilson
Date: Jun 12, 2003
Location: Chattanooga Java Users Group (cjug.net)
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1167347

Overview
----------
Novell® exteNd™ is a comprehensive suite of tools for the development and deployment of advanced business applications and Web services. With its powerful end-to-end capabilities, you can do the following:

Painlessly extract business-critical data and applications from existing systems
Easily transform these resources into open, flexible Web services
Quickly deliver personalized Web services—anytime and anywhere—through dynamic portals
Unlike competitors' rip-and-replace technologies, Novell exteNd helps you solve business problems quickly and cost-effectively. It supports all versions of Extensible Markup Language (XML)—as well as key Internet standards—to provide non-intrusive integration with your existing systems. An intuitive visual-design environment accelerates application-development and delivery cycles, enabling users to enjoy fast access to the personalized Web applications and content that Novell exteNd delivers.

Biography
----------
Mike Lawson has thirty years experience in data processing as salesman, sales manager, and National Account Manager. Companies include Novell, Platinum Technologies, Oracle, Data General and Wang. At Oracle as NAM he had responsibility for AT&T Bell Labs and Network Systems nationwide. His experience includes relational database, data warehousing, database management utilities, web based reporting systems, OLAP and application development environments. Mike is currently responsible for marketing Novell’s Web Services solution within the Heartland District that includes Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas. Mike’s presentation will focus on the business drivers for Web services and will provide an overview of the Novell/Silverstream technology.

Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson has more than 8 years experience as a System Engineer in Networks, Web based reporting systems and Software Development. Experience includes MCI, Wall Data, Actuate Software, and Novell with hands-on Java coding and analysis experience. Paul will discuss the exteNd architecture and will demonstrate the exteNd capabilities and address web services questions and relate it to a Java development environment

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05/10/2014

 
Enabling the Agile Enterprise
The Web Services Pay-off 
Mike Lawson, Web SolutionsPaul Wilson, Web Solutions Engineer
 
July 11, 2003© 2002 Novell Inc, Confidential & Proprietary
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Do Web Services
REALLY 
Pay Off?
 
CDs
WAN
Mail
Batch
fax
email
Bulk purchasing
Bulk selling
reports
helpdesk
telephone
call center 
administration
EDI 
VANs
Data entry
Softwaredevelopment
training 
 
July 11, 2003© 2002 Novell Inc, Confidential & Proprietary
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What Do New Solutions Have in Common?
Existing Systems
TransactionsPackagesUtilitiesCollaborationDocs/ContentNetwork
Business Requirements
EmployeesB2BPartners Customers
Integration
Complex and timeconsuming
Interaction
High productivity orarchitectural integrity?

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