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TheCloudTutorial is pleased to announce its support for the 5th International SOA, Cloud + Service Technology Symposium.

Information about Symposium

The Symposium has become an established and highly-respected educational and networking event on the international IT conference calendar. Now in its 5th year, and following the success of previous Symposiums held in Europe, the United States and Brazil, this year’s Symposium will, for the first time, be held in the UK, on September 24th-25th 2012. The venue is the prestigious Imperial College, in the heart of London.

The 2012 Symposium is based on the overarching theme "Exploring Modern Service Technologies and Practices" and focuses on contemporary innovations and trends, as well as the emergence of proven and field-tested industry practices and patterns. The Symposium is based on a "substance only" philosophy, providing in-depth technical education on the most important topics in SOA, cloud computing and service technologies of concern to practitioners.

Speakers include technical experts from the IEEE, The Open Group, the European Space Agency and the US Department of Defense. In total there are around 80 technical educational sessions across 12 conference tracks. The Symposium also features keynotes, demonstrations and panels, as well as a sponsor exhibition, networking opportunities and training and certification workshops.

You can find out more by visiting http://servicetechsymposium.com