The perception is often that it is too early [to make use of Enterprise SOA], but that's not the reality, and that's a big part of what this book is about.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 18, 2006
MomentumSI , a leading systems integrator in the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) arena, today announced the availability of the definitive book on SAP's emerging Enterprise SOA model. Written by MomentumSI's Scott Campbell and Vamsi Mohun, Mastering Enterprise SOA With SAP NetWeaver and mySAP ERP (ISBN: 0-471-92015-0; Cloth; $50.00) is available now at Barnes And Noble, Borders, Amazon.com and other major book outlets. The book, published by Wiley Publishing, Inc., will debut at SAP's Tech Ed conference in Amsterdam on October 18th, where Scott Campbell will be speaking at the Enterprise Architecture community event.
Mastering Enterprise SOA With SAP NetWeaver and mySAP ERP provides a thorough introduction and overview for CTOs/CIOs, IT Executives, Systems Architects, and Technical Project leads, who need to understand, assess, evaluate and adopt this new approach to integration. The book explores the fundamentals of Enterprise SOA, identifies the main considerations for successful organizational deployment and reviews the many relevant tools and technologies in SAP NetWeaver.
“Through our interviews and research we had the unique opportunity to speak with various individuals of IT organizations across different industries about their plans for adopting Enterprise SOA.” said Scott Campbell, author and principal of MomentumSI’s SAP Enterprise SOA practice. “We've also had a great opportunity to work with this technology in the field and assess it from a practical results-oriented point-of-view. And it has been great to work with the folks at SAP and understand better where they are heading with this technology.”
According to Vamsi Mohun, MomentumSI's Chief Architect for Enterprise SOA, many IT organizations are not taking full advantage of the opportunities that Enterprise SOA may offer them: "The perception is often that it is too early [to make use of Enterprise SOA], but that's not the reality, and that's a big part of what this book is about." Mohun points out that the market may be past the point of no return, with SAP being joined by other industry leaders, including Microsoft, IBM, and Oracle, in embracing SOA. "It isn't a question of whether you are going to do SOA or not. It's just a question of how and when. There are a lot of different approaches we're seeing work, but the question is which one is right for you."
About Scott Campbell
Scott Campbell joined MomentumSI in June of 1998. He leads MomentumSI's SAP Netweaver integration practice which helps organizations plan for SAP's Enterprise SOA roadmap, leverage Netweaver tools to build process driven composite applications, and mentors developers in working in a web services and SOA based environments. Scott began his career at 3M where he held various positions in product marketing and information systems. Scott earned his Master in Business Administration from The University of Texas at Austin where he also is a graduate of the Business Honors Program and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.
About Vamsi Mohun
Vamsi Mohun is a Principal Consultant in the SAP NetWeaver Practice at Momentum SI, Inc. He works with clients to propose and execute on solutions related to enterprise architecture, service enablement, and systems integration. He has been consulting for over 10 years and has successfully delivered projects to several Global 1000 organizations. He holds a masters degree in Computer Engineering from Michigan Technological University.
MomentumSI has been at the forefront of business and technology for nearly a decade, helping clients deliver innovative enterprise software solutions that create business value. To learn more about MomentumSI and the Service Oriented Enterprise, visit http://www.momentumsi.com, or call 888-886-8560.
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Mastering Enterprise SOA With SAP NetWeaver and mySAP ERP
Published by Wiley Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: October 17, 2006
$50.00; Cloth; ISBN: 0-470-04859-X
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