SF Bay Area Connected Systems


San Francisco Bay Area Connected Systems User Group

On June 26, 2008, please join us for the next scheduled Microsoft Bay Area Connected Systems Division User Group meeting. This month’s topic will be “Patterns for Delivering Enterprise Class Services”. If you would like to join us for this event, please click here to register!


Microsoft San Francisco Office
Golden Gate Conference Room
835 Market Street
7th Floor
San Francisco, CA  94103

Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Food and Beverage will be served at 6:30 PM and session will start at 7:00 PM. Prizes will be raffled off at the end of the session.


Patterns for Delivering Enterprise-Class Services
Presenters: Brian Gaffney and Sandeep Kesiraju

  • Planning to grow from the workgroup to the enterprise
  • Ways to achieve the goals of staying agile and promoting reuse
  • Scaling to new levels

This session will discuss the successful approaches for application delivery in an SOA enabled enterprise.  We will cover lightweight approaches that can be undertaken by every developer and follow the discussion through each phase of the software development lifecycle. Special attention with a given to ways of improving the qualitative/non-functional characteristics of services – performance, security, scalability availability, reliability of services in the runtime environment. Points will be illustrated using technology demonstration and real life customer experiences.

Brian Gaffney is a Senior Systems Engineer for AmberPoint.  He has been designing and delivering SOA systems for various clients in the commercial and federal marketplace for the past six years. In addition he recently lead the development of the AmberPoint’s monitoring and management solution for BizTalk as part of the ESB Guidance.

Sandeep Kesiraju is a Premier Field Engineer from Microsoft.  He has been architecting, designing and developing solutions using BizTalk Server for five years. He was also involved in the development of ESB Guidance Package for BizTalk Server with the Microsoft Patterns and Practices Team.


The Microsoft Bay Area Connected Systems Division User Group is dedicated to helping the Bay Area customers design, develop, deploy, and administrate SOA solutions on Microsoft BizTalk Server technologies. If you would like to join the Bay Area Connected Systems Division User Group, please click here to be added to the mailing list!


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