In 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 m...
Participants 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...
Implementing 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, w...
This 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 th...
JGroups 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 de...
JBossMQ, 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...
This 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 st...
The 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 microkern...
JBoss 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 whe...
This 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 ...


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