Track: Specialized Application Test Environments
Many enterprises are relying on legacy applications that once efficiently supported simple business processes. Over the years, business processes have grown more complex, and the applications that support them are now integrated with many other applications and technologies. As such, businesses today are increasingly embracing the need to become more agile, and the shift to the cloud is one of the key initiatives they are turning to. In this session , the presenter discusses the need for modernizing composite applications to increase business agility before adopting the cloud.
In the journey to increase business agility, application delivery teams play a pivotal role to modernization. They have visibility into the underlying application complexities that help effectively manage business risk. For example, it is estimated that a typical enterprise raises about 2,000 change requests a month; application delivery teams can plan, manage and test the risks and assess the impact on multiple applications to understand business risk.
Attendees will learn:
- What are composite applications
- How to effectively manage change in composite applications
- The best methods to lower business risk through planning, developing and testing composite applications
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Kelly Emo – Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Hewlett-Packard Company
Kelly Emo is director of Product Marketing for Software in the Enterprise Business at HP. She leads the product marketing team responsible for HP’s Applications product portfolio, spanning Application Lifecycle Management, Quality Management and Functional Testing, Performance Management and Load Testing, Application Security and SOA and Application Governance.
Emo is a seasoned software professional with over 20 years of experience in product marketing, product management and business development in the domains of applications and SOA software, integration middleware, Java and software development tools, software as a service, and networking.
Prior to this role, Emo was senior manager of Product Marketing for the SOA software portfolio spanning governance, quality and management at HP.
Prior to HP, Emo was director of Product Marketing for BEA Systems integration product line and launched BEA’s award-winning AquaLogic Service Bus. She also worked as director of Product Marketing and Business Development at Jamcracker Inc., a startup providing aggregation of application service providers through a single-sign-on portal and managed marketplace for enterprises and small- to midsize businesses. She also served two years on the board of the ASP Industry Consortium.
Prior to Jamcracker, Emo worked in HP’s Commercial Systems Business Unit and Information Networking Division in various product marketing and product management roles.
Emo has an MBA from the University of Santa Clara and a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science from the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.