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OpenSpan to Present at Leading Cloud Computing Conferences
OpenSpan, Inc., a leader in business user productivity software, today announced that Founder Francis Carden will present at two upcoming industry conferences. Carden will discuss the integration challenges associated with virtualized and cloud computing applications at the 2009 Virtualization Conference & Expo, taking place from March 30 – April 1 in New York City, and at Cloud Slam ’09, a virtual conference taking place from April 20 – 24.

As virtualization and cloud computing adoption continues to rise, organizations are now realizing the difficult challenge of integrating virtualized and cloud-based applications with existing enterprise applications. Applications that were previously difficult to integrate, including older legacy and desktop-based applications, are now nearly impossible to integrate with virtualized and cloud applications. In addition, enterprises often do not have direct ownership of the source code for cloud applications, making it extremely difficult to finish critical integration projects, impacting everything from IT costs to SOA strategies.

Carden will discuss the challenges and solutions for integrating virtualized and cloud applications into existing IT environments. He will also showcase new integration technologies that enable virtualized, cloud, legacy and desktop-based applications to integrate with other applications and services.

2009 Virtualization Conference & Expo

WHAT: “Application Integration in a Virtualized World”

WHO: Francis Carden, founder, OpenSpan

WHEN: Wednesday, April 1 at 3:45 p.m. EDT

WHERE: The Roosevelt Hotel, New York, NY

Cloud Slam ’09

WHAT: “Integrating Applications in the Cloud”

WHO: Francis Carden, founder, OpenSpan

WHEN: Wednesday, April 20 at 6:00 p.m. EDT

WHERE: Please register to attend the speaking session at link below.

Published Monday, March 30, 2009 6:23 PM by David Marshall
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