Laura Olson presents the Web API market landscape, the business of creating and selling such APIs and the technology supporting this business.
Matthew Johns offers a guide to customers interested in using the cloud by comparing various such solutions – dedicated, hybrid, self service, full service.
K. Scott Morrison anticipates the future of SOA governance in the enterprise starting from the observation that there are major technological changes in the enterprise today.
Chris Harding emphasized the need for cloud interoperability and the key areas where standards are most needed – configuration, management, security, storage, communication – for businesses to growth.
Dennis E. Wisnosky exemplifies harnessing SOA, cloud computing and semantic technologies to solve some of the today’s public or private sector complex problems.
Michael Hritz discusses using SOA at the National Airspace System and their next generation air traffic management system, approaches for cloud computing and services.
Peter F. Brown keynotes on the importance of creating and implementing standards for SOA and Cloud Computing.
Andrew Watson keynotes on the threats, the challenges and the opportunities provided by cloud computing to enterprises, especially their IT departments.
Vicente Navarro outlines the roadmap followed by the Space Situational Awareness team to implement an international, highly distributed and federated SOA system at European Space Agency.
Hook Hua discusses how semantic Web technologies are being leveraged by cloud-based SOA to improve interoperability within NASA enterprise boundaries and between NASA and external organizations.
Anne Thomas Manes highlights the importance of adapting to the current trend marked by the convergence of mobile, social and cloud, moving away from app-centric design to service-based solutions.
Corey Scobie explores the growth and evolution of APIs, presenting how business are using APIs today, how that changes the world of software, and emphasizing the need to API management.