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Getting Started with JSR-208 - Java Business Integration

When 2007-07-10 | 11:30:00  
Event Title Getting Started with JSR-208 - Java Business Integration
Presenter Eric Lu
Where OCLC's Kilgour building auditorium
Event description:


An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) infrastructure is a low-cost implementation method of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). In June 2005, 20+ major infrastructure players including Sun, Oracle, and Tibco combined their knowledge to establish an open standard for building ESBs. Together through the Java Community Process, a new specification was created, Java Business Integration (JSR-208), defining a vendor-independent, pluggable framework for constructing an Enterprise Service Bus.

This talk focuses on the JBI specification – from introducing the basic architecture to disclosing some of the development complexities open standards can bring. In this session, discover which JBI-compliant ESB products on the market today, and walk-through a simple “Hello World” JBI component built using one of those products, Apache ServiceMix. The session finishes with a Loan Broker use case example, illustrating how to reduce the JBI learning curve by configuring JBI compliant components through publicly-available Eclipse plug-ins.


Eric Lu is the CTO of Bostech Corp. Formerly, he worked as an Integration Architect for JP Morgan Chase. Prior to JPMorgan Chase, Eric held a variety of management and technical positions at EAI software vendor, Hublink and Quovadx Inc. An integration pioneer, Eric was part of the team that built Hublink integration products. At Quovadx, he successfully managed several major releases of its flagship product – Cloverleaf. Cloverleaf was ranked as the best Integration Engine in Healthcare by KLAS during Eric’s tenure.

Venue OCLC's Kilgour building auditorium
Street address 6565 Kilgour Place Dublin OH 43017-3395

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