Date: Monday March 7th 2005 (worldwide launch date for new Sonic SOA infrastructure product suite)
Time: Individual one-on-ones
Place: Portman Suite, The Montcalm Hotel, Great Cumberland Place, London W1.
Reasons to attend:
Sonic Software is the inventor and market leading vendor of the enterprise service bus (ESB) now gaining analyst recognition as the best enabling infrastructure for achieving a service-oriented architecture (SOA) Rare opportunity to meet Dave Chappell the mastermind behind the enterprise service bus (ESB) hear how businesses can improve their agility through service-oriented architectures and how Sonic Software is extending its technology lead to meet the demand
When Sonic Software invented the enterprise service bus, the integration market was ripe for disruption. The Sonic ESB did just that by being first with a standards-based integration infrastructure which enables companies to interconnect applications, pervasively yet incrementally.
ESB was soon recognised as a technology category, first by Gartner who also acknowledged Sonic Softwares invention role. Other vendors that dismissed the category have since announced plans to offer ESBs, but Sonic Software remains the clear market leader. Sonic ESB is the only enterprise-grade ESB and in use today at some 200 customers such as Bank of America and Vodaphone and has been chosen as the SOA-enabling infrastructure for linking business processes at BAAs Terminal 5.
Dave Chappell, vice president and chief technology evangelist and author of the definitive OReilly guide on ESB will be joined by Tim Dempsey, vice president of marketing. They will announce how Sonic is first to provide a comprehensive ESB-based SOA infrastructure which can help businesses reap the agility promise of SOA and become more responsive and collaborative within sensible timescales and budgets.
If you would like to book an interview time, please let me or Salli know asap or alternatively Salli Roskilly of Saffron Communications will call you in the next few days to hopefully arrange an interview time.