Newsletter - Thursday, 23. March 2006
Language: Englisch - Version: NL21006.03
“SOA and MDA: Service-Oriented and Model-Driven Strategies After The Hype – The Reality” That is the exciting theme of the up-coming OMG Information Days. The presentations address processes, success factors, risk and the realistic chances of success.
Rüdiger Schilling, Chief Technology Officer at Delta Software Technology devotes his presentation “Efficient Service Enablement using Models and Generators” to the key problem of architectural mismatches.
Delta Software Technology is a platinum sponsor and will be present at all the events with a presentation and exhibition stand. Find out more about the OMG Information Days 2006 and take advantage of our special booking discount available to you as a subscriber to the Delta newsletter...
The leading German steel producer Hüttenwerke Krupp Mannesmann (HKM), with an annual production of more than 5 million tonnes of steel, has selected the service enablement tool SCORE Adaptive Bridges from Delta Software Technology. “Online Steelworks” is the name of the ambitious project for which Delta’s generative software development tool will be used.
HKM has been using Delta products for more than 25 years, and will now be using SCORE Adaptive Bridges to develop more than 450 custom, high-performance data access servers for their latest project. Read more about this project here...
We would like to recommend to you an article on this interesting development by David S. Frankel, the leading architecture for standards in model-driven systems at SAP’s development laboratory.
The key question is: How can IT better support the business processes? David Frankel investigates the prerequisites for IT-supported business process management and further explains a new concept with Business Process Platforms, which promise better support for business processes by clearly separating the technical software platform from the application platform. Read more...