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N°26  |  May   2008
Events
LinuxDays 2008 - Geneva - 21 & 22 May

With its commitment to Open Source and involvement in the international OW2 consortium, as well as various other European projects, Bull is the European integrator of choice for deploying Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) in situations where business process management systems (BPMS) are ideally suited to the task of automating both business processes and technical operations, providing new architectural models for customers seeking economic and organizational efficiency.

Bull will be present at the LinuxDays in Geneva in the OW2 village, and will be taking part in the following seminars:

Wednesday 21 May

  • 12:00pm , room B : Bull NovaForge™, the collaborative tool for software development by Emmanuel Rias

  • 15:00, room B : INRIA A collaborative environment for a competitive approach to innovation , by Luc Laurens

  • 16:00, room B : eXo Platform Virtualizing the workstation via the Web – it can be done! by Benjamin Mestrallet

Thursday 22 May

  • 12:00pm, room E: Bull eXo Web OS and Bonita Workflow: managing agile content , by Rodrigue Le Gall

  • 14:00pm, room E : Bull JOnAS 5 the new-generation applications server , by François Exertier

  • 14:00pm, room C: OW2 A business ecosystem using Open Source: the experience of the OW2 consortium , by Cédric Thomas

  • 15:00pm, room E: FT Orange Clif & Salomé-tmf: Open Source tools, extendable via plug-ins, for controlling the qualification of software systems , by Thomas Escalle

  • 16:00pm, room B : Bull NovaBonita & NovaOrchestra: New-generation Open Source for Business Process Management (BPM), by Pierre Vigneras

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IAM 2008 - Madrid, May 21-22

Evidian will be present at the 2nd annual Identity and Access Management (IAM 2008) meeting in Madrid, organized by IIR España. This event is a major meeting point of Spanish IAM professionals. Information security managers will meet with solution and service providers and discuss the real-life implementation of single sign-on, identity federation and user provisioning. The practical, organizational aspects of IAM projects are a major theme of this conference.

For more information >>

Bull takes part in the 2nd European Health Information Technologies congress - Paris, 27-30 May

The HIT 2008 Congress – which takes place from 27-30 May at Paris/Expo Porte de Versailles Hall 1 – is an essential business forum for healthcare professionals, users and companies involved in building high-quality, consistent healthcare information systems.

Bull is heavily involved in this event, and will use the HIT exhibition to present its full range of solutions dedicated to the health sector and the main projects in the French government’s 2012 Hospital Plan initiative, including implementation of:

  • The single electronic patient record system – along with its partner, Medasys, publisher of the DxCare® clinical software

  • Comprehensive Business Intelligence (BI) solutions for medical/financial control

  • Security solutions, against the backdrop of the government’s Confidentiality Decree.


  • Bull is capitalizing in particular on the excellent coverage of its regional network in France – which is already well established in the hospital sector – as well as on its Services Centers, to offer a complete value chain of services and products. These include making available the requisite technical architecture, consultancy, implementation services, scoping, systems integration, hosting, and change management support.
    You’re welcome to come and meet our experts and partners on the Bull stand.

    More about HIT Expo >>

IDC Conference
Green IT: the IT Department at the heart of energy management performance - Paris, May 29

Ensuring that business activities take environmental concerns into account is much more than just a passing trend. It’s more than just an ethical issue: keeping an organization’s carbon footprint under control is becoming an urgent necessity, particularly given current and forthcoming regulatory constraints and, above all, inexorably rising energy costs.

And this affects the IT sector at least as much as any other. We enter the age where businesses are measured by the tons of CO2 they generate, and it is still true that IT hardware is consuming more and more electricity. The growing number of Data Centers, the development of technologies with a high energy consumption, and the introduction of distributed IT architectures are all accompanied by a rising demand for energy. So the IT Department is effectively responsible for generating some substantial increases in costs, to the point where energy management is now among the key operational factors that need to be kept under control.

Similarly, although it may initially have been quite a ‘conceptual’ notion, the concept of ‘Green Computing’ or ‘Green IT’ is no longer just a marketing ploy used to differentiate hardware and software solution providers, but a fully-fledged and deeply serious approach to doing business that has to guide IT Departments.

This IDC conference aims to set out the current situation in full, and identify the issues we have to face up to now, along with the solutions that are available to you to resolve the balancing act of achieving economic, technological AND environmentally-friendly performance.

Did you know that in the space of just five years, the cost of the energy to run their computer systems will represent 60% of overall company energy spending?

Bull, a Platinum sponsor
Didier Lamouche, Bull Chairman and CEO, will deliver a keynote address entitled: ‘In the face of the growing demands generated by Green IT, a new vision: the Bio Data Center™’, at 12.25pm, during the session dedicated to the future prospects for Green IT.

In addition, Bruno Pinna, Bull Corporate Marketing Director, will lead a seminar on how to deploy a Bio Data Center:
- Energy efficiency and virtualization
- Engineering the Data Center
- Tools for managing complexity
- Control.

Find out more and register (using the promotional code 'GRINV') >>

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