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Emphasis: V. Gopalakrishnan, former Executive Director, BHEL, delivering valedictory address.
Emphasis: V. Gopalakrishnan, former Executive Director, BHEL, delivering valedictory address.

Staff Reporter

TIRUCHI: The Computer Society of India (CSI), Tiruchi chapter in association with Bharathidasan University Technology Park (BUTP) organised a one-day workshop on “Trends in Service Oriented Architecture 2009” at the BUTP here recently.

The former Executive Director of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Tiruchi, V. Gopalakrishnan, pointed out that Service-Oriented Architecture was not simply a technology perspective, but also business perspective.

With Service-Oriented Architecture there was a bright chance of convergence of business and information technology process, Mr. Gopalakrishnan, who was also the past chairman of CSI Tiruchi chapter, said.

E. Kirubakaran, Senior Deputy General Manager (Outsourcing), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited said that with Service Oriented Architecture, software could be developed using reusable components in a rapid and effective manner.

Dr. M.A. Maluk Mohammed, chairman, CSI Tiruchi chapter, called upon Information Technology professionals, students and faculty members to carry out academic projects and research in Service Oriented Architecture.

Dr. S. Vadivel, Assistant Professor, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchi said that software development using web services would replace the conventional web application in future. S.N. Jebanesan Croos, Head – Systems Elgi Rubber Company, Coimbatore said that Enterprise Service Bus and Business Process Execution Language helped in standardizing web service applications.




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