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* [More info...|http://wikis.sun.com/display/GlassFishConferences/GlassFish+2009+unconference+planning]
* [More info...|http://wikis.sun.com/display/GlassFishConferences/GlassFish+2009+unconference+planning] (please sign up if you intend to attend)
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* In this BOF, the OpenESB community reviews features added in the past year (the GlassFish ESB release, normalized message properties, message tracking, SOAP header access, and so on) and discusses what's going to be focused on next.\\
If you're new to OpenESB, this will be a good opportunity to learn what OpenESB is all about. Whether you're using or are developing OpenESB, you can meet other community members here and influence the future direction of OpenESB.
* In this BOF, the OpenESB community reviews features added in the past year (the GlassFish ESB release, normalized message properties, message tracking, SOAP header access, and so on) and discusses what's going to be focused on next.\\If you're new to OpenESB, this will be a good opportunity to learn what OpenESB is all about. Whether you're using or are developing OpenESB, you can meet other community members here and influence the future direction of OpenESB.
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* Conference access required
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OpenESB is mentioned in the following conference sessions, BOFs and labs:
In addition to the aforementioned Community BOF, OpenESB is mentioned in the following conference sessions, BOFs and labs:
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TS-5036 Using REST and WS-* in the Cloud REST and WS-* services have made the software behind our applications more flexible, and cloud computing promises to do the same for the hardware. This session looks at deploying, using, and managing services in the cloud. It starts by using REST (JSR 311) to work with code and data in the cloud and then looks at some of the more advanced features of the WS-* stack, including encryption and authentication. You'll leave with an understanding of how these two major trends complement each other.
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!TS-5036 Using REST and WS-* in the Cloud
REST and WS-* services have made the software behind our applications more flexible, and cloud computing promises to do the same for the hardware. This session looks at deploying, using, and managing services in the cloud. It starts by using REST (JSR 311) to work with code and data in the cloud and then looks at some of the more advanced features of the WS-* stack, including encryption and authentication. You'll leave with an understanding of how these two major trends complement each other.
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TS-5123 SOA at Enterprise Scale: Solving Real Challenges with GlassFish ESB This session, for developers (Web services, BPEL, JBI) and analysts with SOA experience, covers SOA in a Fortune 100 company. The large scale of the project demands a technical infrastructure that best fits the firm's needs, both technologically and in terms of TCO/ROI. The firm chose GlassFish ESB, based on a proof of concept. The session gives an impression of the project's size and the scope: It involves approximately 200 interfaces, used by 50+ interoperating business processes. The system spans many countries, with local services connected to a local ESB and global ones through a global ESB. Such a distributed ESB has special deployment considerations: Each process needs to be modifiable individually but needs different -- country-specific or global -- privileges.
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!TS-5123 SOA at Enterprise Scale: Solving Real Challenges with GlassFish ESB
This session, for developers (Web services, BPEL, JBI) and analysts with SOA experience, covers SOA in a Fortune 100 company. The large scale of the project demands a technical infrastructure that best fits the firm's needs, both technologically and in terms of TCO/ROI. The firm chose GlassFish ESB, based on a proof of concept. The session gives an impression of the project's size and the scope: It involves approximately 200 interfaces, used by 50+ interoperating business processes. The system spans many countries, with local services connected to a local ESB and global ones through a global ESB. Such a distributed ESB has special deployment considerations: Each process needs to be modifiable individually but needs different -- country-specific or global -- privileges.
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TS-5341 Rethinking the ESB: Lessons Learned from Challenging the Limitations and Pitfalls Traditionally, commercial integration and enterprise service bus (ESB) platforms have a reputation of being
!TS-5341 Rethinking the ESB: Lessons Learned from Challenging the Limitations and Pitfalls
Traditionally, commercial integration and enterprise service bus (ESB) platforms have a reputation of being
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!!!Pavilion: booths
!Pod #563 : GlassFish ESB - The community-driven, open-source Enterprise Service Bus
Pod Description: GlassFish Enterprise Service Bus is a lightweight and agile ESB platform that packages the innovation happening with Project Open ESB, the GlassFish application server, and the NetBeans IDE into a commercially supported, enterprise-class platform. Users can experience how they can rapidly deliver standards-based integration applications on a robust and scalable platform.
!Pod #553: Project Fuji - The Next Generation Integration Platform
Pod Description: The innovation that is going on in Project Fuji enhances the developer experience and productivity to a whole new level in solving integration problems. The breakthroughs include a web-based tooling environment with frameworks to use standard integration patterns and the choice of modeling and deployment environments that developers now have to solve a problem.
!Pod #564: Intelligent Event Processor - Extend your ESB to process events
Pod Description: Event processing capability opens up a new set of opportunities for a solution developer though correlating, sorting and processing business events from multiple sources across time has never been easier. Intelligent Event Processor(IEP) provides a GUI-based delivery environment that allows users to develop a EDA-based solution from top down.
!Pod #554: Better Business Execution through Complete and Reliable Master Data
Pod Description: The quest for single version of truth for master data is moving from nice-to-have to must-have. Adoption of open-source solutions providing this is a top priority for cash-strapped organizations. Sun's Mater Data Management solution (based on Mural Community) provides identity resolution, data synchronization, federation, syndication, governance, and analytics. It offers services-enabled pluggable architecture, with REST-enabled data mashup services, supports MySQL and other open source efforts
!!!Pavilion: Java.net community corner
!S311731 MDM solutions for JavaCAPS 6.2
By Parijat Kar\\
Date: 01-JUN-09 \\
Time: 01:40 PM\\
Room: Esplanade 303\\
Summary: MDM will be available with JavaCAPS 6.2 which has new NB 6.5.1, GF v2.1 patch 2, GF-ESB v2.1. Expected release date later in 2009.
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