Among all of the Gartner conference annual events, the Application Architecture, Development & Integration (AADI) Summit and the ITxpo focus on themes such as enterprise architecture, SOA, cloud computing and Web-based applications. Takeaways from these events shape perspectives on the industry's top trends each year. In this master guide, join us for a look at Gartner's events in years past -- and stay tuned as we bring you coverage from new events as they unfold.
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What to expect from Gartner 2012
Business -- and the role of IT in it -- is increasingly disrupted by technologies such as cloud, social, mobile and "big data." At the 2012 Gartner ITxpo, experts, CIOs and senior IT executives gathered to discuss the future of this strategic technology-driven revolution. Below, check out SearchSOA.com's coverage of the event -- and stay tuned for reports from the upcoming Gartner AADI Summit in Las Vegas.
Gartner 2011: Trends in mobile and social media
A broad range of enterprise architecture issues -- from emerging cloud computing technologies to integrating SOA within the enterprise -- continues to confront application development managers. Gartner's 2011 AADI Summit focused on such issues and also homed in on current trends in mobile Web applications and the social Web. Here, take a look back at SearchSOA.com's coverage of the event.
Gartner 2010: Cloud computing in the enterprise
SOA, the cloud and application modernization are important and interconnected aspects of enterprise architecture. At Gartner's 2010 AADI Summit, experts discussed how all three work together. The conference also took a look at why application overhaul is key to successful enterprise architecture in the age of cloud computing and SOA. Below are highlights from the event.
Previous Gartner conference coverage
In years past, many were wary of the benefits of SOA, but Gartner analysts often confirmed its worth. Here, take a look back at some of SearchSOA.com's biggest takeaways from Gartner conferences in 2009 and earlier.
Gartner 2013 BPM Summit: Driving breakthrough business performance
The figures are pretty alarming: By 2016, according to Gartner Inc., 60% of BPM initiatives will fail unless they can demonstrate direct positive impact on organizational strategy.At this years Gartner BPM Summit, leaders in the BPM community shared expert advice for making business processes smarter, more Agile and better able to respond to constantly changing business dynamics. Below, check out SearchSOA.coms coverage of the event.