[Choose-news] 9.3. JUGS-Event JBoss inside

Ursula Burri uburri at jugs.ch
Sat Feb 18 09:56:35 CET 2006


Dear CHOOSE-Member

We are glad to invite you to the next talk given by Sacha Labourey, CTO
JBoss, Christian Bauer, Hibernate Team and Bela Ban, Lead JGroups and
JBossCache projects:

*9.3.: Inside JBoss*
For more information see below or <http://www.jugs.ch/html/events.html>
(with online registration form).

Best Regards,
The JUGS Board

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Inside JBoss
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9.3.06
Technopark Zurich, Room Fortran
Travel instructions: <http://www.technopark.ch> > Kontakt > Lageplan

SPEAKERS
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Sacha Labourey, CTO JBoss
Christian Bauer, Hibernate Team
Bela Ban, Lead JGroups and JBossCache projects

AGENDA
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14:00 - 14:05:	Welcome
		Silvano Maffeis, JUGS Board
14:05 - 15:20:	JBoss Enterprise Middleware Suite
		Sacha Labourey, CTO JBoss
15:20 - 16:35:	Hibernate
		Christian Bauer, Hibernate Team
16:35 - 17:00:	Break 	
17:00 - 18:15:	JBoss Clustering
		Bela Ban, Lead JGroups and JBossCache projects
18:15 - 18:30:	More questions and answers 	
18:30 - ?    :	Refreshment

ABSTRACTS
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*Sacha Labourey: JBoss Enterprise Middleware Suite*

Many JUGS members have used the JBoss Application Server in one way or
another. However, not everybody might be aware of the other "jewels"
which are part of the JBoss Enterprise Middleware Suite.
JBoss Enterprise Middleware Suite (JEMS) is an extensible and scalable
suite of products for creating and deploying e-business applications.
JEMS offers cutting-edge technology components which customers can
mix-and-match and roll out into their line of business infrastructure -
all at zero-cost software licenses. Sacha will talk about those JEMS
products and also give a glimpse of what you can expect from JBoss in
the future.

*Christian Bauer: Hibernate*

Christian Bauer will present the technical background behind Hibernate,
the most popular persistence solution for Java, and how the project
evolved into an EJB 3.0 persistence provider. The significantly improved
and simplified EJB entity beans of the new standard, and how
object/relational database mapping is handled, are another topic of this
presentation.
Finally, the new JBoss Seam framework is presented. Seam can greatly
simplify and speed up web application development in Java, by
introducing a new stateful component concept, based on EJB3 and
JavaServer Faces.

*Bela Ban: JBoss Clustering*

The talk will give an overview of JBoss Clustering. First, we will
define what clustering constitutes, and discuss load balancing and failover.

Then we will identify what can be clustered, e.g. HTTP sessions, SFSBs,
EJBs, and how to configure them for clustering.

Finally, we will take a look at the underlying architecture in place to
achieve clustering, e.g. JGroups and JBossCache.

The attendees should be familiar with J2EE and preferably have used the
JBoss application server before.


BIOGRAPHIES
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*Sacha Labourey*
Born in Neuchatel, Switzerland 1975, Sacha Labourey is the CTO (Chief
Technology Officer) of JBoss Inc. Previously, Sacha was the General
Manager of JBoss (Europe) SaRL, focused on managing the rapid expansion
of the JBoss, Inc.'s European business. Sacha was also responsible for
the first implementation of load-balancing/fail over for JBoss. Prior to
the JBoss, Inc., he was the founder of Cogito Informatique, a Swiss
consulting firm company working in the application server and middleware
fields. Sacha is a graduate of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
graduate computer science program.

*Christian Bauer*
Christian Bauer is working as a Technical Product Manager and consultant
for Hibernate, EJB3, and JBoss Seam at JBoss, Inc. He is the author of
the best-selling book "Hibernate in Action" and has designed and created
database applications for more than a decade. He regularly speaks
publicly about Java, databases, and data management.


*Bela Ban*
I completed my PhD at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. After some
time at IBM Research, I did a post-doc at Cornell. Then I worked at
Fujitsu Network Communications in San Jose, California. In 2003, I
joined JBoss Inc to work full-time on open source. I'm leading the
JGroups and JBossCache projects.

My interests include network protocols, performance, group
communication, trail running, biking and beerathlon. If not hacking code
I spend time with my family.


CATEGORIES
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Product, Tools, Technology


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