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De : Dana Morris [mailto:dana@xxxxxxx]
Envoyé : mercredi 17 mai 2006 19:34
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Objet : OMG Special Events at the June Boston Technical Meeting


June 26 - 30, 2006, Boston, MA USA


Special Events at the June, Boston TC Meeting

In addition to all the standards work that gets accomplished at our technical meeting, attendees at the Boston Technical Meeting have three special events to choose from in addition to the tutorials. When you sign up to attend the TC, be sure to check off whether you would like to learn more about Software Defined Radio, the forthcoming Compliance Global Regulatory Information Database (C-GRID) or about OMG’s work in Service Oriented Architecture. Descriptions of each event are below.

All events will take place in the Hyatt Harborside Hotel. The early-bird registration deadline is May 30. The hotel reservation cut-off date is June 5 (rooms are expected to sell out). Visit http://www.omg.org/news/meetings/tc/hotel-info.htm for more information.

“Commercial Software Defined Radio in 2006” Information Day
Tuesday, June 27
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Hyatt Harborside Hotel, Boston, Mass.


Software-defined radio (SDR) defines a family of common software-defined programmable interoperable radios built around a standard open architecture. The radios will enable different groups to communicate with each other regardless of the frequency, modulation or bandwidth being used by their equipment. During this Information Day, speakers from leading companies and organizations including Cisco, Motorola, PrismTech, Intel, Nokia, OMG, and IEEE will discuss technical, business, and industrial/military aspects of commercial SDR.  Read Agenda.
“Compliance GRID Preview”
Tuesday, June 27
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Hyatt Harborside Hotel, Boston, Mass.
On Tuesday, the OMG and the OMG Regulatory Compliance Alliance (ORCA) will hold a private event for IT compliance and risk management executives to introduce and demonstrate the Compliance Global Regulatory Information Database (C-GRID™), of which IBM (www.ibm.com) is a charter sponsor. The C-GRID, currently under development, is an open database of rules, regulations, standards, and government guidance documents that require IT action, and a survey of the regulatory climate around the world. The goal of C-GRID is to provide the de facto compliance reference guide for global IT managers. ORCA is an open community formed to identify and disseminate IT regulatory compliance resources for its members.

There is no charge to attend, but you must request and receive an invitation; enter your request at http://www.omg.org/registration/compliance.htm. Each attendee will receive a password granting special access to the C-GRID database prior to its official release in Q3 2006. Read Agenda.

“1994 to Today and Tomorrow - The SOA Roadmap”
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Information Day

Wednesday, June 28
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Hyatt Harborside Hotel, Boston, Mass.


Follow the journey from classical modeling and how it transformed from a practical service based approach and how companies are moving ahead in the use of Service Oriented Architecture, Model Driven Architecture, and BPEL orchestrations today. The Information Day will focus on best practices for creating an SOA strategy. You will learn strategies that will enable you to succeed with an evolutionary approach. Understand how integration technologies fit into an SOA strategy and how to incorporate existing systems. Hear best practices on organizing for success, including strategies for SOA governance, creating a competency center and building critical skills for SOA success. Experts from companies including Adaptive, BEA Systems, Inc., CGI, Data Access Technologies, EDS, Everware, IBM and MetLife will present. The event will also feature a presentation by Beth Gold-Bernstein, vice president, ebizQ and a recognized expert in integration technologies and SOA.  Read Agenda.

Hyatt Harborside Hotel
The hotel reservation cut-off date:
June 5

The Early-Bird registration deadline:  May 30

About The OMG
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