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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Upcoming Webinars for September 2011

** Hot News - PowerBuilder TV **

1) The Road Ahead - An Update on What's Next for PowerBuilder

Date: September 20, 2011 at 12:00pm EST (New York) / 18:00 CET (Paris)
A post-TechWave webcast: If you couldn't make it to TechWave, or want to go back already, we have a session just for you! Join us for a recap of what was covered in the plenary session, when John Strano and guests will share what's coming up for PowerBuilder.
Presenter: John Strano, Dave Fish, Sue Dunnell, Dimitri Joosten, Peter Loozen, Armeen Mazda

2) Advanced Security for PowerBuilder and .NET

Date: Monday September 26th 2011 at 11am EST (New York) / 17h CET (Paris)
Over the years, applications have evolved to support multiple technologies and complex architectures. Access Control systems must be flexible enough to handle all possible configurations. This webinar will show you concrete solutions that fulfill these requirements.

We will implement the following features: • Web SSO • Identity Federation • Mixed Mode Authentication • Centralized view and Control of all applications • Multi-tenant / SaaS applications • Securing recent technologies

Note: this solution will be illustrated with concrete examples and case studies. We will also include information allowing attendees to calculate the ROI of each solution: software and material costs, implementation times, etc…

Presenter: Christophe Dufourmantelle

3) Accenture Case Study: Taking PowerBuilder to the Cloud (with Microsoft Azure)

Date: Tuesday October 4th 2011 at 12:00pm EST (New York) / 18:00 CET (Paris)
If you missed it at TechWave, now's your chance to see how Accenture took their PB application to the cloud. We'll show you the important lessons and some pitfalls we discovered along the way.  We will also discuss the overall process and tools that enabled Accenture to successfully take their PowerBuilder application to the cloud.
Accenture has a commercial software solution originally developed in PowerBuilder, which is used by Fortune 500 companies.
Presenter: Anthony Orsini

Regards ... Chris

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