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Oracle's Rakesh Saha to Speak on Mashup Frameworks at SOA World Conference & Expo

Declarative or non-programming ways to create personalizeed, shareable mashups

(October 16, 2007) - The convergence of Web 2.0 mashups and service-oriented architecture – a.k.a. the Enterprise Mashup – can create a world of opportunities for enterprises to come up with internal and customer-facing self-service, composite and "situational" applications. These applications can be created just-in-time by empowered enterprise business users and by simply combining SOA-enabled information sources and services or SOBAs [Service Oriented Business Application] on the Intranet and Internet.

To make this convergence even deeper, we need to borrow one important lesson from SOA and Web 2.0 – declarative or non-programming ways to create personalizeed, shareable mashups. An extended SOA mediation framework with rich user interface can provide the platform required for enterprise mashups to be a reality. In this session we will show how a service mediator platform can be used as the framework for declarative and personalized enterprise mashups.

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Speaker Bio:
Rakesh Saha is a lead developer for Oracle Fusion Middleware Integration Platform with 7 years of experience in integration platform technologies. He has filed patents on the area of automated schema mapping. Lately he is researching and blogging on usage of mashup technologies for enterprise integration. He was also part of OASIS BPEL 2.0 technical committee. Rakesh holds a bachelor degree from IIT Kharagpur with concentration in computer science and engineering.

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