BI SIG: Enabling the Real-Time Enterprise
In this presentation, we discuss the requirements for, and the realities of a real-time enterprise, describe a services oriented, process-based (BPM) architecture for a real-time enterprise, and show case studies of the architecture in action.
Anil Nori, Chief Technology Officer, Asera
Enabling the Real-Time Enterprise
The Internet continues to transform every aspect of business — company structures, processes, economics and cultures. As the requirements for enterprise software evolve, prepackaged, standalone applications fail to meet the demands of the Global 2000. Determined to maintain their market leadership, these companies struggle to keep pace with a punishing rate of change. Applications must enable business processes that let customers, partners, suppliers and employees access data, product information, and each other, in real time. Processes once held close to the corporate vest now extend over the Internet.
Today's businesses have hundreds or thousands of disparate applications, systems and processes, from department to department and country to country, that have been built over decades. Millions of dollars in IT investment and corporate data reside in packaged applications across the enterprise. The successful businesses of tomorrow will harness that data with customized business processes that span the extended enterprise in real time. In fact, the silos now identified as Internet, intranet and extranet will go away. The next wave of business transformation will be the emergence of a highly flexible, extended, global enterprise called the Real-time Enterprise.
In the presentation, we discuss the requirements for, and the realities of a real-time enterprise, describe a services oriented, process-based (BPM) architecture for a real-time enterprise, and show case studies of the architecture in action.
About the Presenter
Anil is the CTO and co-founder of Asera. Anil is responsible for leading Asera's overall technology vision, strategy and direction. Prior to founding Asera, Anil was an Oracle architect for Oracle8 and Oracle8i, Oracle Object-Relational and Extensible Technologies, Internet, multi-media DBMS development, and XML technologies. He also served on Oracle's Corporate Architecture Review Board. Anil brings extensive product strategy, architecture, design, implementation, and planning experience to Asera.
Before joining Oracle, Anil was architect for Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) RDB-related products. He was involved in the development of centralized and distributed DBMS products for high-end, scalable and reliable environments. Anil also worked as computer scientist at research Computer Corporation of America, a premier database research company.
Anil holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and an M.S. in Computer Science. He is an active member of the database research community having chaired sessions, published papers and presented tutorials at ACM SIGMOD (Management of Data), VLDB (Very Large Database) and IEEE Data Engineering conferences.
Lucie Stern Center
1305 Middlefield Rd.
Palo Alto, CA
6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/refreshments (please arrive before 7:00 PM)
7:00-8:30pm presentation and discussion
$15 for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
No registration required
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