SOA and Business Process issues reach across the entire organisation from developer service enabling existing investments to architects recommending IT standards to business analysts optimizing processes and business owners investing in their IT portfolios. The Microsoft 2007 SOA and Business Process Conference provides guidance across this spectrum and go over Microsoft's current portfolio and long-term strategy for SOA and Business Process initiatives.

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SOA & Business Process Conference Event Page

Links to Session Videos:

Ø Keynote: Microsoft’s Vision for the Next Generation Application Platform- Don Ferguson, Robert Wahbe

Ø SOA Governance and the Microsoft Ecosystem- Jeff Johnson

Ø People Ready Processes:  Enabling Mainstream Adoption of BPM -J.R. Arredondo

Ø Using Visual Studio Team System to Deliver the Right Services at the Right Time -Pieter de Bruin

Ø Service Lifecycle Management: Addressing the Challenges of the Provider/Consumer Relationship -William Oellermann ,Chris Madrid

Ø Enabling the Agile Enterprise: Building a Common Roadmap for Business and IT with a SOA Maturity Model (SOAMM) -Danny Garber, William Oellermann

Ø Microsoft Dynamics CRM:   SOA Platform for Building Custom Business Applications- Philip Richardson

Ø Integrating the Enterprise – Best Practices in Enterprise BizTalk Server and HIS Server Implementations- Craig Butler

Ø Building HIPAA Solutions with BizTalk Server2006 R2 -Tim Rayburn

Ø Web Services Monitoring using Microsoft Systems Center Operations Manager 2007 -James Galvin, Dhananjay Mahajan

Ø Visio as Business Process Analysis Tool -Mark Nelson

Ø How to Turn and Upgrade into SOA- Marcelo Schnettler

Ø Integrating Legacy Assets with BizTalk 2006 R2 - William Henry