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TEAM-ADA May 1997

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Industry Rolls Out Roadmap for Distributed Object Computing and the NET

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From: OOTS Program Committee

FIN OOTS-97; "ROADMAP TO DISTRIBUTED OBJECT COMPUTING AND THE INTERNET"
Westchester Marriott, Tarrytown, NY, May 29 - 30, 1997
Registration: 1-888-SEE-OOTS - ext. 201
http://www.theotg.com

Alexandria, VA - April 10, 1997-- As THE Distributed Object/Internet forum
dedicated to the Financial Services industry, The OBJECTive Technology Group,
Ltd. (The OTG), and its Platinum Sponsors (IBM/Transarc, TRC/Perot Systems,
 Lockheed Martin ACC, Rational Software, Oracle, Sybase/Powersoft, TIBCO,
ACORD, COOUG, ODG) opened registration for the third annual Object Oriented
Technology Symposium (OOTS) professional series.  Focused on "real world"
industry applications experiences within the burgeoning Object Oriented
Technology (OOT) and Internet market,  the OOTS program committees will be
producing four vertical industry “roadmap” forums in the coming months
focusing on the unique challenges key industries face in implementing
distributed computing and the internet;

FIN OOTS, May 29 - 30, Tarrytown, NY (Banking, Finance and Insurance) Open
Registration
COMM OOTS, September 4 - 5, Princeton, NJ (Telecom, Entertainment/Media) Call
for Speakers
FED OOTS, December 8 - 9, Alexandria, VA (Government, Defense/Aerospace) Call
for Sponsors/Speakers
MED OOTS, March '98, San Diego, CA  (Medical and Health Care) Call for
Sponsors/Speakers

Each of the vertical industry  OOTS forums are presented in four key "steps"
addressing each of the critical stages of designing, developing and deploying
distributed enterprise systems:
1) Enterprise Architecture, Modeling and Design (i.e., OMT, UML, CASE, IE,
BPR),
2) Enabling Technologies for Client/Server and the NET (i.e., Java, C++,
Smalltalk, OORAD, Active X, Push, Browsers, HTML, HTTP, IIOP, TP Monitors)
3) Distributed Computing Infrastructure (i.e., CORBA, DCE, DCOM, MOM,
JavaBeans), and
4) Data Management, Access and Security (SQL3, OODBMS, ORDMS, JDBC,
Firewalls, X.509)

"You will see a lot of emphasis on the applications of methodology and
process management as real world applications incorporate "objects".   The
OTG's approach to mapping out the software  architecture in a single seminar
should help make objects more digestible for IS,"  stated Ivar Jacobson, VP
Business Engineering, Rational Software Corporation.

"The focus of the OOTS series on verticals brings objects to it's logical
next stage in the evolution of the objects markets,"  stated John  Slitz, VP
of Object Marketing, IBM Corporation.

Chairman of The OBJECTive TECHNOLOGY GROUP, John A. Weiler, said, "Object and
Web Technology now provide the building blocks for constructing distributed
information systems of the future while providing gateways to our legacy
systems.  This new paradigm for enterprise computing requires the use of
proven OT methods and tools, with experience, knowledge and skills that make
implementation successful.  This educational series will provide the very
best environment for system architects, consultants and business managers to
successfully develop, support and deploy object technology into the
mainstream of IS and the Internet".

To ensure a top echelon educational and informational experience, FINANCIAL
OOTS has drawn on the combined expertise of industry's foremost authorities
from OMG, MOMA, ACORD, JP Morgan, Merrill Lynch, FANNIE MAE, Morgan Stanley,
Rational Software, IBM, Sun Microsystems, Sybase, Oracle, Perot, Lockheed
Martin, EDS, Concept 5, GIGA, TIBCO, 02, Unisys, Tower Group, Ernst & Young,
Digital, SunSoft, Iona, Expersoft, Netscape, Visigenic, Microsoft and others.
 Registration cost (normally $1,395. for both days) have been subsidized by
the generous contributions of our sponsors (now $695.).

**************************************************************
For additional information or a complete program guide call 1-888-SEE-OOTS or
visit the conference web site at http://www.theotg.com.
**************************************************************

>>>>>> SYMPOSIA DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS/SPONSORS <<<<<<<<<<<<<

Dr. Jon Siegel, Director Domain Technologies, OMG,
Bob Epstein, Founder and Chairman, Sybase
Fima Katz, CTO, Consorde Solutions (Bank of America)
Richard Green, GM, Solaris Product Group, SunSoft
Bob Zurek, VP, Powersoft Business Unit
Alfred Spector, GM, Transaction Processing Systems, IBM, CEO Transarc
John Slitz, VP Object Technology/Architecture and Design, IBM
Ivar Jacobson, VP Business Objects, Rational Software
Ken Jacobs, VP Server Products, Oracle Corporation
Tal Elyashiv, VP Technology, Capital-1
Rod Butters, Sr. Director of Network Computing Architectures, Oracle
Corporation, Server Technologies
Dr. Jim Stikeleather, Executive Director, TRC/Perot Systems
Chuck Alvarez, VP, JP Morgan
Steve Wolfe, VP, Merrill Lynch
Carol Teasley, VP Object Technology, Fannie Mae
Sukan Makmuri, VP Architecture and Standards, Bank of America
Jon Hopkins, Director Object Technology, Rational Software
Luther Hampton, Sr. Consultant Lockheed Martin, ACC
Jens Christensen, CTO, Visigenic Software
Annrai O'Toole, Chief Technology Officer, IONA Technologies
Don Deutch, SQL 3 Committee Chair, Sybase
Tim McGowan, Sr. Systems Engineering Mgr. EDS
Ely Eshel, CTO, Momentum Software
Graeme Dixon, Sr. Technical Staff, Transarc Corp.
Dr. Francois Bancilhon, President, O2 Technologies
Dr. Andrew Wade, Founder, Objectivity
Rob Appelbaum, Chief Systems Architect, Expersoft
David Jost, Global Product Manager, New Technologies, Dow Jones Telerate
Tayo Ibikunle, VP  Architecture and Design, JP Morgan
Dr. Sridhar Iyengar, Director Advanced Technology, Unisys
Bill Ravkin, CTO, Powersoft Corp. (Sybase)
Nick Fedchuk, VP Strategic Technology Group, Nations Bank
Adrian Bowles, VP Research, GIGA Information Systems
Bill Brown, Principle, Object Management Consulting
Paul Harmon editor, Object-Oriented Strategies newsletter
Ron Zahavi, Director of SI, Concept 5, co-author: "The Essential CORBA"
Bob Scher, President, Messaging Oriented Middleware Assoc.,
Jay Subramanian, Manager, Technology Enablement, Ernst and Young
Catherine Susch, Sr. Manager, Ernst and Young
James Powell, Director TIBCO Financial, Inc.
Kevin Tyson, Enterprise Engineering Associates
Mary Jo McCauley, Sr. Object Technology Consultant, Digital Equipment
Mark Ryland, Technical Evangelist Active X/DCOM, Microsoft
John Eyre & Barry Abel, Sr. Consultants, ICL Inc.

************** Registration Information  ********************

 What:  FINANCIAL OBJECT ORIENTED TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM
 When:  May 29th & 30th, 1997
 Where: Weschester Marriott, Tarrytown, NY
 How:   Registration: 1.888.SEE.OOTS, or 1.703.471.8520 et 201
 WEB:   www.theotg.com
 EMail: [log in to unmask]
 Sponsor Subsidized Registration Fee: (from $1,395. fee)
        Two Days: $695 - all events, sessions, workshops, and technology showcase
        One Day: $395. - all events, sessions, workshops, and technology showcase
     * Lunch will be provided each day for pre-registrants only

Discount hotel rates for all registrants of $130.00 (regularly $175.00) at
Westchester Marriott.
Hotel registration number is 1-800-882-1042 and request "FINANCIAL OOTS".

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