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Amazing Gartner Webinar on Enterprise Application Integration

Submitted by Abhishek on Tue, 2011-06-14 11:37

I came acccross this great webinar on Enterprise Application Integration and thought It would be great to showcase it on BPMGeek as well. Must see.
Those who have cracked the code on enterprise and application architecture today have programs that are performing well and delivering recognized value to the business. Others are recovering from costly mistakes. This presentation describes best practices of the high-performing teams and lessons learned by others.

VP and Distinguished Analysts Betsy Burton and Michael Blechar as they discuss the best practices of enterprise and application architecture in today's economy.
Topics Discussed

  • What are the best practices of enterprise and application architecture?
  • What benefits do organizations see when they consistently apply these best practices?
  • How can you avoid the pitfalls?

http://my.gartner.com/portal/server.pt?open=512&objID=202&mode=2&PageID=5553&ref=webinar-rss&resId=1627620
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