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Subject: OASIS Symposium - Program Announced

The OASIS Symposium "The Meaning of Interoperability"
9-12 May 2006
San Francisco, California USA

Just Announced

▬ Program agenda is now available online. 

[featuring keynotes from Peter Quinn, Former CIO of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts and Randy Heffner, Vice President in Forrester's Application
Development & Infrastructure Research Group]

▬ Registration opens: Early-bird discount is offered until 31 March.

Program Overview

Seamless, out-of-the-box interoperability has been the holy grail motivating
most of the standardization initiatives. Everyone agrees that
interoperability is key, yet different definitions of the solution abound.
The OASIS Symposium brings together leaders in industry and government to
explore the various facets of interoperability, their dependencies, enabling
technologies, supporting standards, practices and opportunities for
improvement. The event is designed to provide practitioners and designers of
e-business and e-government systems with a broader, more aligned
understanding of interoperability issues and solutions.  

The three-day event will explore business and technical sessions, including:
∙ The Goal of Interoperability: Socio-Economic Liberty
∙ A Tool Kit for Implementing XML Schema Naming and Design Rules
∙ Interoperability at Work: The Semantic and Contractual Perspectives
∙ Creating Interoperability for the Financial Industry
∙ Categories of Vocabulary Compatibility 
∙ Bridging the Business-to-IT Gap
∙ How Business and IT Interoperate Using SOA


The OASIS Symposium is noted for its open, candid discussions. This year
will be no exception as panels of experts debate issues that include:

∙ Does SOA Help Interoperability?
∙ What Are the Main Challenges to Interoperability?
∙ What Isn't Being Done?


Program includes representatives from:

∙ Sterling Commerce
∙ Fujitsu
∙ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the UN
∙ LexisNexis
∙ Oracle
∙ BEA Systems
∙ Nokia
∙ Cap Gemini
∙ National Institute of Standards and Technology
∙ Sun Microsystems
∙ Hewlett-Packard


Early-bird registration discount ends 31 March. 

Hotel reservations must be made by 15 April to receive the special OASIS
Symposium rate.

Authors, publishers, or collectors interested in donating books for the
OASIS Symposium book table should contact events@oasis-open.org by 10 April.

Related Events

▬ OASIS Technical Committee Meetings
OASIS Committees will hold face-to-face meetings during the event. TC
membership and registration is required.  

▬ Reception
SAP will host an evening reception for all Symposium attendees on Wednesday,
10 May.

▬ Annual General Member Meeting (AGM)
The OASIS AGM will provide a members-only opportunity to review and respond
to a state-of-the-union address presented by the OASIS Board of Directors.

Event sponsors include: BEA Systems, EDS, IBM, Innodata Isogen, Intel, PTC,
SAP, and Sun Microsystems. Several sponsorship opportunities are still
available.  If your company is able to support OASIS as a sponsor, please
contact Peter Roden – peter.roden@oasis-open.org or complete the online
sponsorship request form

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