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Tue, 05 Aug 2008 15:26:00 EDTAT&T broke into the cloud business Tuesday with the “global launch” of what it calls AT&T Synaptic Hosting and describes as a next-generation utility computing service with managed networking, security and storage for businesses. It’s talking about a complete pay-as-you-go turnkey hosting package using either a virtual or dedicated platform.
Mon, 02 May 2005 14:00:00 EDTThis session will cover how to build powerful presentation capabilities for data reporting and display into a JBoss application by utilizing JasperReports. JasperReports is an open source Java reporting library that has the ability to deliver rich content onto the screen, to the printer or into PDF, HTML, XLS, CSV and XML files.
Thu, 03 Mar 2005 10:00:00 ESTThe success of J2EE and JTA/JCA have lead to more and more complex integration scenarios: multiple vendor-specific connectors are plugged into application servers such as JBoss, and many of these connectors are based on open-source themselves. Unfortunately, many databases that we know of (both open-source and commercial) have failed to implement the necessary functionality for being truly enterprise-class. In this talk we present the most common mistakes that we have encountered, and show how JBoss can be used for truly robust integration. Intended audience: people who want to use JBoss for mission-critical integration projects (such as financial industries and telecom), and people who want to write robust XA-capable resource adapters for JBoss (such as RDBMS or JMS developers).
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 15:00:00 ESTIn this presentation we discuss how a large project implementation introduced hibernate into a WebSphere environment and solved the following problems: Integration with XDE Object/Business Modeling; Integration with XDE Data Modeling (LDM's and PDM's); The challenge of removing human middleware in ORM mapping; challenges XDoclet/Middlegen didn't solve; challenges of coordinating conflicts between database naming standards and object naming standards; challenges of tool integration; challenges of shared code ownership - application developers and business methods vs ORM team and structural methods and relationships; A specification for automating the ORM mapping.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 15:00:00 ESTIP based Telecommunication has revolutionized the way in which we communicate and conduct business. It is hoped that JSLEE (Java Service Logic Execution Environment) will unleash a major revolution in the Java IP Telecom services industry in the same way that the EJB specification revolutionized the application of Java to the Enterprise. The architecture and major programming concepts of the SLEE specification, different implementation choices that are allowed by the SLEE specification, and the ongoing implementation of SLEE on the JBOSS platform as part of the Mobicents open source telephony platform will be described.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 15:00:00 ESTThis session will cover Web Services in J2EE-1.5, explore what is new in WSDL, SOAP, JAXRPC, JAXB, introduce the JBossWS architecture, discuss what JBossWS can do today as well as issues beyond Web Services for J2EE.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 15:00:00 ESTThis presentation will describe the process of integrating JBoss with OracleAQ, and introduce Inbound Resource Adapters and XA technology. We will cover the implementation of a generic Inbound RA, using XA in your RA and the specifics of bridging Oracle XA and JBoss XA. In addition, we will cover some performance consideration and the lessons learned on this project.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 14:00:00 ESTParticipants will learn more about emerging technologies that address the problem of the front end - back end. Participants will also learn about a powerful co-development model that speeds J2EE application development by enabling .NET and J2EE developers to co-develop enterprise-class J2EE Web applications and Web services. Also included will be a demonstration of the co-development model on JBoss using a .NET - J2EE version of the Java Petstore, and describe how it presents a sustainable development model.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 14:00:00 ESTThis presentation will talk about JBossWeb (Integrated Web Container - Tomcat) and then move on to discussing the new features/connectors available with integrating JBossWeb with native web servers like Apache.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 13:00:00 ESTThis presentation will focus on Hibernate and the relationship between Hibernate and the upcoming EJB3 feature set. Highlighted will be new features in Hibernate 3.0 including inheritance mapping, temporal and regional data, and the ability to use Hibernate along with hand-written SQL as a JDBC framework.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 13:00:00 ESTBusinesses are relying more frequently on open source software to power their initiatives. With this move towards open source come new challenges. This presentation provides an overview of La Quinta's migration to JBoss, with information that will be useful to anyone considering a migration effort or a new JBoss-powered project. Topics include a project synopsis, business and technical drivers, the decision-making process, benefits, lessons learned, and best practices. This presentation will appeal to business and technical users.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 13:00:00 ESTThis presentation describes a rule-based system built using the JESS rules engine deployed on a cluster of JBoss application servers. The evaluation process and the decision to use JESS as the foundation of the application is provided. The application is an automated underwriting engine for lending decisions. Addressed are the issues of redundancy, hot deployment of both code and rules and administration and monitoring of statistical and state information on the underwriting engine. Also presented are performance numbers and simple optimization strategies on both cluster and application levels.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 13:00:00 ESTImplementing a value based caching system non-transparently in a data driven distributed application is straightforward. However, this demands repetitive implementation for each such application. The generality of the problem permits us to move the implementation into the middleware, with minimal support from the application and domain specific details. To bear out this idea, we choose the open-source J2EE application server - JBoss as the middleware supporting the distributed system and stateless session beans as the remote components performing the cacheable work.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 11:00:00 ESTThis presentation describes a complete solution for an application running on JBoss that needs to access different EIS's. The application discussed accomplishes much more than just the connection framework. It promises a seamless switch from legacy to newer data sources as and when they become ready. JBoss ensures the scalability of the adapter by ensuring high availability and pooling. The presentation will include real world examples, deployment scenarios and best practices.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 11:00:00 ESTThis presentation will discuss the new Hibernate3/EJB3 Persistence tools offering. These tools will allow developers to effortlessly create and maintain a persistence tier in their enterprise applications. The focus of this presentation will be to demonstrate the ease of development that is offered by the coupling of Hibernate3, EJB3, and good persistence tools. The presenters will explore their efforts to port, rewrite, and retrofit those tools to better fit into Eclipse so that developers can make the most use out of Hibernate3 and EJB3.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 11:00:00 ESTThis presentation is intended to give an overview of the emerging infrastructure called 'the Grid'. The presentation will try to address questions related to its actual definition, how will it work and the state of the art in terms of existing and future applications.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 10:00:00 ESTThe Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) BoF session features three panelists to discuss how AOP can be applied in real world projects. The panelists start the conversation by sharing their experience. The BoF turns into a forum for participants to voice their concerns for AOP in real world and brainstorm for the best enterprise aspects for the JBoss aspect library.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 10:00:00 ESTJGroups is a toolkit for reliable multicast communication that can be used to create groups of processes whose members can send messages to each other. JGroups is the distributed framework basis for JBoss Application Server's advanced clustering and failover features. JGroups allows developers to create reliable multipoint (multicast) applications where reliability is a deployment issue, and does not have to be implemented by the application developer. This saves application developers significant amounts of time, and allows for the application to be deployed in different environments, without having to change code
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 10:00:00 ESTRich Internet Application (RIA) development is becoming more as toolsets are emerging. What does this mean for J2EE developers? This session will discuss MacroMedia Flex as the RIA server and how to integrate it with JBoss technologies. In particular this will show how to integrate Flex with Tomcat container managed authentication, JBoss AOP, Hibernate concerns, and more. There will be a demo showing how all these technologies work together.
Wed, 02 Mar 2005 02:00:00 ESTThe Parlay AS is a call handling platform, based on JBoss AS for enhancement of plain call switching with modern IT-infrastructure and services. The modern requirements of telecommunication services imply higher flexibility, higher value of service to customers and shorter time to market. The application provides a much higher degree of flexibility in service creation at a surprisingly low (relative) cost in performance and stability. It implements the Parlay/SOA standard, which provides an API to integrate intelligent network (IN) services with IT applications via a secure, measured, and billable interface (http://www.parlay.org). For now the project has implemented the CORBA based standard Parlay 3.3. The technological basis of the project is JBOSS / MySQL / Linux.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 17:00:00 ESTThis session walks the audience through the EJB 3.0 specification with JBoss's implementation being demoed. EJB 3.0 is a vast improvement over earlier versions of the specification as it attempts to solve usability issues like the removal of XML deployment descriptors, and a full fledged persistence model that support inheritance, a fully featured query language, and a complete Object/Relational mapping.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 17:00:00 ESTThis presentation describes the accomplishments of the tests, highlights significant improvements, and provides information on performance gains attained using industry standard benchmarks.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 17:00:00 ESTJBossMQ, the current JBoss JMS implementation, while still one of the best open source JMS providers around, could be still further improved in regards of performance and high availability features. The presentation will reveal the current status of the new implementation, will discuss the architectural elements and present preliminary performance data.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 17:00:00 ESTThe presentation will describe a case study of usage of JBoss in developing an application solution for the management of PDH, SDH and ATM transport networks. The benefits of choosing a J2EE AS are introduced, including: Facilitates support for integration of legacy components of the NetViewer Suite, therefore allowing to migrate one component at a time, rather than abruptly discarding everything and restarting from scratch; Facilitates implementation of chosen data model (TMF 814); Facilitates implementation of the northbound interfaces SNMP, CORBA, OSSJ/XML/SOAP. Why JBoss is the preferred J2EE AS for this project: technical problems faced with other J2EE application servers are described, ranging from bugs to integration issues; the absence of faults and the very good performance of Jboss are described; the economic advantages.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 16:00:00 ESTThis talk will present the development roadmap for the JBoss product suite. The next generation microkernel services, aspect oriented middleware and the services/products that are built on top of this will be discussed. A key part of the this talk will be a discussion of the various standards that JBoss intends to support.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 16:00:00 ESTThis presentation will describe the approach taken by AutoTrader.com to enable applications to be built, packaged and deployed in such an environment. The focus of the presentation will be to detail the methods AutoTrader.com has developed, after working with JBoss for several years, to successfully configure, package and deploy web applications in a large-scale Unix environment.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 16:00:00 ESTThis presentation discusses the movement of companies toward Open Source and how partnering with JBoss, Inc. has helped HP address these changing customer needs. This presentation reviews market trends for Open Source with a focus on both the growth of the JBoss Application Server and Open Source, and also the barriers to adoption. In addition, the presentation covers specific case studies where the HP/JBoss alliance has helped enterprises to successfully deploy the JBoss Application Server in a production environment.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 16:00:00 ESTThis presentation describes the decision making process towards a J2EE architecture using JBoss and analyzes this architecture's advantages within the context of an Advanced Process Control (APC) application running in a manufacturing environment. Catalyst is an application framework that enables customers to create, implement, and maintain factory-wide APC solutions. The evaluation details that led to the selection of JBoss will be presented. Additionally, a high level system overview is provided describing the communication paths between process control requesters and the system.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 15:00:00 ESTYou'll learn what is actually common amongst the diversity of current workflow and BPM systems and how this is translates in the JBoss jBPM foundations. This presentation will give you clear answers in a topic where diversity and confusion rules. Attendees will learn about the workflow foundation called graph oriented programming. Gain insight in how graph oriented programming integrates with the java platform and how it allows the usage of the JVM as the runtime environment for business processes. Server side developers will learn what to expect from a workflow management system.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 15:00:00 ESTThis presentation will demonstrate how to implement a monitoring system using JBoss Application Server to achieve the following functionality: Operating System Monitors (CPU Usage, Memory Usage, Disk Usage, Thread Counts, Ect.) Heterogeneous OS Support (Linux, Windows NT, Pluggable and Extensible OS Monitors); Application Server Monitoring (Application Data Polling, RDBMS SQL Based Performance Stats).
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 15:00:00 ESTThis presentation explores the benefits of the JBoss Open Source Federation, and discusses the benefits of trying to federate your open source projects. Also discussed are ways to effectively and efficiently organize your development.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 15:00:00 ESTThe JMX-based microkernel architecture has been one of the key factors that contributed to the success of the JBoss application server. The purpose of this presentation is to educate about the usefulness of the JBoss microkernel as a generic to provide a birds-eye view of the microkernel architecture that has powered the 3.x and 4.x series plus a great deal of ISV products based on JBoss, with the purpose of identifying practical ways in which the microkernel can be re-used for you own applications.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 14:00:00 ESTThis presentation is intended to give an overview of the JBoss Portal offering. It seeks to describe the history of JBoss Portal, what is planned for the future, outline its underlying architecture, and define how developers may create portlets that integrate with it.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 14:00:00 ESTJBoss Cache is a replicated, transactional cache with optional persistence storage. One particular aspect of JBoss Cache is the use of AOP (aspect oriented programming) to perform fine-grained field-level replication. This feature is particularly suited for http session replication when a user-specified object has complex object graph that needs replication constantly. Http session replication is critical to web application that requires high availbility and throughput. This session will present the implementation of the JBoss/Tomcat http session replication using JBoss Cache (with and without AOP) in the latest JBoss AS releases.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 14:00:00 ESTToday most software organizations provide reactive support: you have a problem, you call, they help. So we asked our customers and our community how can we change the way that enterprise software support is delivered? In this presentation you will learn how the JBoss Network has been shaped on this feedback and will enable improved efficiency for development, QA, security and sys ops teams; provide integrated knowledge access across forums, wikis, documentation, code, javadocs, tutorials and support cases; provide the latest knowledge of patches, updates, and upgrades; enable a standard way to apply patches and software across your middleware and, last but not least, provide effective mechanisms to proactively manage your enterprise middleware.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 14:00:00 ESTThe first annual JBoss users' conference and exhibition, JBoss World 2005, will be held at the Omni/CNN Center, March 1-2, 2005, in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. JBoss World will help you maximize your understanding of the capabilities and architecture of the various JBoss solutions through a comprehensive agenda filled with educational sessions, interactive discussions, customer case studies, product demonstrations, partner displays, and networking opportunities.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 13:00:00 ESTJBossProfiler has 3 modules that can help in development. One such module is Profiler, which can capture information in a production/test system, as the profiler has some characteristics like stop/start/pause and several filters. Another module is JUnitProfile, which can improve code by analyzing testcases daily. If something changes and memory-leaks start to be produced, information can be accessed earlier. The presentation will demonstrate how to use these tools and techniques.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 13:00:00 ESTThis session will demonstrate how EJB3 and AOP are driving the complexity out of middleware and defining a much simpler POJO (plain old Java object) programming model. Attendees will be walked through the use of EJB3 annotations, JDK 5.0 annotations, and the pre-built Aspects included in the JBoss Aspect Library. The audience will be shown how Aspects are built and how to extend the Java Language with AOP annotations.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 13:00:00 ESTDuring this presentation we will share some of the patterns that passed the test of time. These include hiring practices, knowledge sharing, peer reviews, resource utilization, automated testing, community feedback and others.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 13:00:00 ESTBetfair.com is the worlds leading online 'Betting Exchange' where punters can both bet for (back) and bet against (lay) the outcome of an event. This session is concerned with reviewing the first phase and planned further phases of the Betfair re-architecture project. This includes: An overview of Betfair's previous architecture and its limitations; Betfair's new architecture, including the role of JBoss; How the previous architecture was reviewed and analysed; How the new system architecture was conceived and designed; How a technology platform was evaluated and chosen; How continuous business evolution was managed during re-architecture; Cutover to the new platform; Lessons learned; The second phase of re-architecture; Betfair's future plans.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 11:00:00 ESTEclipse provides support for Java program development such as editing, compiling, and debugging, and is readily extensible through its plug-in mechanism. Many have been involved in the development of plug-ins that support the building and launching of embedded applications (with support for various platforms, such as J2ME/MIDP, PocketPC, and PalmOS). This talk will show how applications can be developed, compiled, analyzed, and compressed to fit on really small devices. It will include reports on practical experience, it will provide background information on developing Java applications for resource-constrained environments, and explain what Java standardization processes are under way.
Thu, 17 Feb 2005 17:00:00 ESTWeb services facilitate application-to-application integration and interoperability across different platforms. However, critics usually point to an inefficient processing model and bandwidth requirements for developing Web services. This is often cited as a reason why Web services cannot perform and scale well in production environments. This session takes a detailed look at performance and scalability issues around Web services in the real world, as well as strategies that architects and developers can adopt to mitigate such risks in these applications. Some analytical and modeling strategies that enable acceptable application performance will also be covered.
Thu, 17 Feb 2005 16:00:00 ESTWhy a Java technology standard? Why technology communities? This session will explore the circle of adoption and business opportunity from an IT Manager and IT developer perspective, as well as, how Java technology fits into these circles, and the significance of conformance and the 'Write Once, Run Anywhere' promise. This session will also examine the role the Java Community Process (JCP) program plays by carefully focusing on binary compatibility and bringing together the community to agree on standards and the results of this effort - multiple implementations from many sources based on Java technology.
Thu, 17 Feb 2005 15:00:00 ESTThis session will present a collection of programming tips and tricks related to consuming and providing Web services in Java. This collection has been created by a number of developers and consultants and is the result of many real-life project experiences. We will focus on implementation aspects for Web services and not go into any detail on architecture or conceptual issues. In other words, these are the problems that developers face once they have started coding.
Thu, 17 Feb 2005 10:00:00 ESTThe recently created Web Tools Platform Project extends Eclipse with a set of open source Web service development tools and APIs. This talk gives an overview of the project and focuses on its Web services support. The project is divided into two subprojects: Web Standard Tools and J2EE Standard Tools. The Web Standard Tools subproject contains support for XML Web Services, including tools based on standards defined by W3C, Oasis, WS-I, and others. The J2EE Standard Tools subproject contains support for standards defined by JCP, such as JAX-RPC and JSR-109, and for reference implementations of these standards, such as Apache Axis. The project contains both a set of tools for Web service developers and a set of APIs for Web service tool creators. The talk includes a demonstration of the tools.
Thu, 17 Feb 2005 10:00:00 ESTIT leaders are hoping to leverage the benefits inherent in Web services and Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) to enable their businesses to be far more competitive and to find new operational efficiencies. But, can we depend on these new technologies and approaches? Management and security are a common concern today and this session provides the necessary background and perspective on both the business and the technical issues. We will examine important principles and recommendations using real-world examples to illustrate key concepts.
Thu, 17 Feb 2005 10:00:00 ESTService-oriented architecture, Web services, and J2EE technologies are dramatically changing the ways in which enterprises develop and deploy their Internet-facing applications. Because these applications potentially have a global user base, correctly architecting applications is a particular challenge. A combination of grid computing and utility computing offers a way to provide computing resources when and where they are needed, but developers must factor in certain considerations during design. This session will provide an in-depth overview of three real-world case studies using Grid computing in combination with Web services and J2EE to create Internet-based SOAs. It is designed for application architects and developers, and attendees will learn how applications can be designed to operate in a distributed computing environment such that performance and scalability problems are bypassed during deployment.
Thu, 17 Feb 2005 10:00:00 ESTThe Smart Client is a relatively new application development model bringing together the rich, interactive user experience of WinForms and the ease of deployment of ASP.NET applications. We'll look at Smart Client architecture, design, and implementation using the Smart Client Offline Application Block with a bias toward a service-oriented architecture (SOA). I will also briefly review what is on the horizon as new and different for Smart Client applications in Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0.
Thu, 17 Feb 2005 09:00:00 ESTThis session will address how to approach service-oriented architecture (SOA) management from a project-based level while still allowing room for future expansion and incremental growth to an enterprise-wide SOA. The session will provide valuable insight into how SOA management can help organizations ease the complexity of moving toward a loosely coupled environment.
Thu, 17 Feb 2005 09:00:00 ESTMany businesses are pursuing migration strategies that will allow them to begin leveraging some of the major benefits of .NET in the short term, such as managed code and Web services, while positioning them to further build on the platform in the future. But developers have several options to choose among, from a 'face lift' to migrating just the user interface tier, to a 'just do it' approach for the entire system, encompassing full design, development, and deployment in .NET. This session will address how to assess the business objectives and then plan migration based on current infrastructure, from the complexity and separation of the code base, to COM objects in use, and the database structure. We will take a look at the benefits that organizations seek in migrating applications from ASP to ASP.NET.