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Achieving Optimal Application Performance in a SOA Environment

Achieving Optimal Application Performance in a SOA Environment

Cory Isaacson, president of Rogue Wave Software, will be hosting this presentation and demonstration on achieving optimal application performance in a SOA environment.  Participants will learn about how parallel processing can be used in a SOA approach to achieve speed, performance and throughput in business-critical applications .  In addition, attendees will be invited to view a demonstration of the new Rogue Wave Hydra framework. 

Isaacson has spoken at hundreds of public events and seminars and is the author of numerous articles. Rogue Wave Software provides reusable software components and services that facilitate enterprise-class application development.

Isaacson's presentation will be held on Monday June 5th from 9:00 a.m. - 9:20 a.m. in the keynote hall, and Rogue Wave Software will have a booth exhibiting at the event.

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Cory Isaacson is CEO of CodeFutures Corporation. He has been actively involved in leading information technologies since 1985, starting as the founder and chief executive of Compuflex International. He has been providing guidance to IT professionals in the development and implementation of powerful business applications throughout his career and authored Software Pipelines - a book on leading edge application scalability. He has spoken at dozens of public events, and has been a top advisor to technology architects on performance and scalability.

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