SAN FRANCISCO, CA - October 31, 2006 -- Dave Rosenberg, CEO and co-founder of MuleSource, has been invited to moderate two panel sessions at InfoWorld's upcoming SOA Executive Forum, Nov. 7-8 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York.
On Nov. 7, from 4:55-5:55 pm, Rosenberg will moderate an "SOA Reality Check" panel featuring tales from the trenches from four end users who have experienced firsthand what works and what doesn't when implementing SOA. Panelists will include: Ashok Kumar, Manager of SOA Architecture, Avis Budget Group Inc.; Balaji Prasad, Director, Enterprise Architecture, The Hartford Financial Services Group; Martin Moseley, Chief Architect, Integration Architecture Solutions, Intuit; and Jeff Harman, VP, Systems Integration, Webster Bank.
On Nov. 8, from 2:45pm-3:30pm, Rosenberg will lead an "SOA Testing Strategies" panel examining the new application testing complexities that SOA environments present. Leading technologists will lay out their strategies for effective SOA testing, from pilots to broad implementations. Panelists will include: David Butler, VP and SOA Evangelist, Systinet; Adam Rodriguez, Vice President of eCommerce, McGraw-Hill; Dave Locke, Director, Offerings, IBM; and John Michelsen, Founder and Chief Architect, iTKO.
MuleSource is the leading provider of open source infrastructure and integration software. Founded by the creators of the Mule project (http://mule.mulesource.org), the world's most reliable and widely-used open source ESB and integration platform, MuleSource delivers enterprise-class support and services to the hundreds of organizations that have downloaded the open source project worldwide. Founded in 2006 and backed by investors Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Morgenthaler Ventures, MuleSource is headquartered in San Francisco.