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Invitation to the Networking Session: Software as a Service - On the Future of Semantics in SOA (ICT Event, November 27th, 2008, Lyon)

From: Lejla Ibralic Halilovic <lejla.ibralic-halilovic@sti2.org>
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2008 18:56:55 +0100
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ICT Event Lyon - Networking Session 572

Software as a Service: On the Future of Semantics in SOA

November 27th, 2008 11:00-12:30


[.] if you're a CIO with a head for business, you won't be buying computers
anymore. You won't buy software either. You'll rent all your resources from
a service provider.

Scott McNealy, former CEO Sun Microsystems


The networking session is dedicated to the ICT strategy for realizing this

Particularly, semantic technologies will be considered as a prime candidate

the automation and interoperability of SOA technologies at web-scale, and

dependency of future enterprise software dependent upon the coming Internet

of Services.



The target participants are all stakeholders of the Future Internet (FI),

particularly those interested in designing new systems around SaaS models,

coming Internet of Services and those with expertise in semantic

researchers, technology developers, IT vendors and catalysts.


Expected Result

The result shall be a commonly agreed collection of challenges, objectives

research aims that can serve as input for formulating the future ICT
strategy on

R&D in service-oriented technology.



Chair: John Domingue (The Open University and STI International)

Welcome and Introduction

Position statements and presentations from the panel

Andreas Friesen (SAP Research, CEC Karlsruhe) (15 min)

Jaap Gordin (VUA Amsterdam) (15 min)

Stuart Campbell (TIE Global) (15 min) 

Representative from NEXOF?RA ? TBA (15 min)

Open discussion

Conclusion and next steps



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