Wayne Lund, Accenture
Wayne has over 20 years of experience creating, developing, and deploying enterprise architectures systems for some of the largest organizations in finance, telecom, products and government.
Wayne is a senior technology manager within Accenture and a member of the Innovation and Architecture / Custom Solutions Architecture practice. In this capacity, he has been involved in the implementation of many enterprise applications including case management, customer service, web commerce, point of sale, call center, transportation operations and government programs. He is experienced in product development life cycle, bringing a solution from concept to production and operation.
Wayne's career over the past 8 years has had special emphasis on J2EE architectures with WebSphere/WebLogic focused on configuration, deployment, and performance. Wayne has had a history with object databases and has been a strong advocate for ORM solutions including TopLink and Hibernate. He's been a speaker at JBOSS World 2005 and in many internal Accenture architecture workshops.
Most recently, Wayne has been involved with a global architecture team involved with re-defining Java architecture based on open source and Spring's lightweight frameworks. One of the most interesting of those frameworks has been the introduction of a Spring based Java Batch framework based on years of experience with large, high performing batch solutions.