Topic: JAIN SLEE

What is it, why you would use it and how you would use it.

The most succinct way to explain JAIN SLEE is to let Gartner do that. The following quotes come from - Gartner - Cool Vendors in Platform Middleware, Event Driven Application Server, March 2006.

"Event-driven application servers (EDAS) is a new class of platform middleware products aimed at supporting an event-based programming model. Gartner expects their adoption will grow during the next five years as demand for high-performance software platforms supporting "extreme" requirements for performance, scalability and availability manifests in industry sectors, such as financial services, telecommunications, defense, retail, transportation, e-commerce and on-line gambling.

A crucial factor for EDASs' success would be the emergence of a commonly accepted standard. The main candidate is Java application programming interfaces (APIs) for Integrated Networks Service Level and Execution Environment (JAIN SLEE), a specification (JSR 22 and JSR 240) coming out of the Java Community Process (JCP) and defining the architecture (APIs, interfaces and protocols) of a Java-based EDAS."

David Long and Ben Evans will provide a Technical Overview of JAIN SLEE and the OpenCloud implementation.

For initial reading please visit OpenCloud and JAINSLEE.org where there are tutorials and software development kits.

As before, drinks and nibbles will be provided!

Reserve your place by e-mailing Frances Manwaring at Frances@pwb.co.nz.

Speakers:

David Long is the Business Development Manager and a founder of OpenCloud.

Ben Evans is a senior architect his expertise being in SIP and IMS protocols, as well as the core platform development.

In Association With:

New Zealand Trade < Enterprise

Positively Wellington Business

OpenCloud

Date:
Wednesday, 23rd. August, 2006

Time:
5.00pm for 5:15-6:30pm
Lifts lock at 5:30pm sharp!

Venue:
NZTE Level 15
Majestic Centre
100 Willis Street

Afterword:
In our established tradition, after this talk we intend to repair to a pub for some light R&R. All who would like to discuss points raised during the talk in a more congenial atmosphere are welcome!

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