Software includes and optimizes IBM technology, including DB2, WebSphere and Tivoli, as a part of SimManager, pre-configuring and testing these technologies for ease of installation, rapid scalability and aligning smoothly with enterprise architecture strategies such as the adoption of an enterprise Service Oriented Architecture.
What does EAS stand for?
EAS stands for Enterprise Architecture Strategies
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 375 other meanings of EAS in our Acronym Attic
- Enhanced Air Separator
- Enhanced Automatic Setup
- Enlisted Aviator Study
- Ente Acquedotti Siciliani (Italian: Sicilian Waterworks Authority; Sicily, Italy)
- Enterprise Agent Server
- Enterprise Allowance Scheme
- Enterprise Application Server
- Enterprise Application Solutions
- Enterprise Application Suite (Software)
- Enterprise Architect Summit (software conference)
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Gilbert will present on the following panels: What: Business Intelligence Conference Panel: Enterprise Architecture Strategies From the Experts Date: Wednesday, November 3, 2004 Time: 4:30 p.
Software embeds and optimizes IBM technology, including DB2, WebSphere and Tivoli, as a part of SimManager, pre-configuring and testing these technologies for ease of installation, rapid scalability and aligning smoothly with enterprise architecture strategies such as the adoption of an enterprise Service Oriented Architecture.
The Business and IT: Partners in the New Millennium track will feature presentations from: Jeff Scott, director of advanced technology and architecture, First Union National Bank; Malcolm Slovin, vice president and director, performance engineering and measurement strategies, META Group; Darren Chiappinelli, manager, enterprise architecture practice, Grant Thornton LLP; Roger Burlton, founder, Process Renewal Group; Steve Petty, senior manager of strategic planning and business architecture, Sprint Corporation; Eric Sweden, business architect and chief methodologist, Sprint Corporation; and Vincent DiGennaro, vice president, enterprise architecture strategies service, META Group.
In addition to successfully building a number of software companies' sales and marketing departments from scratch, Larry recently was responsible for launching META Group's Enterprise Architecture Strategies (EAS) service -- the most successful launch of a service in META Group's history.
The architecture planning practice will complement META Group's new Enterprise Architecture Strategies retainer service, which provides best practices, research, intensive training, and ongoing analyst interaction in adaptive architecture strategies.
DeBoever, senior VP, enterprise architecture strategies, META Group -- Tom Davenport, director, Institute for Strategic Change, Andersen Consulting -- David Linthicum, CTO, SAGA -- George Schussel, founder & CEO, DCI HOW: For conference registration or information, call 978-470-3880 or visit DCI's web site at www.
Enterprise Architecture Strategies is a new service launched in January.