DR. Arne Koschel works world-wide as Technical Product Manager and Product Specialist for IONA's Orbix E2A Application Server Platform (ASP). Previously he worked as independent Senior Object Technology Consultant and Enterprise Software-Architect with assignments throughout Europe and the United States. One of his major involvements (system architecture) for an Online Brokerage Application was selected as the major JavaOne 2001 J2EE customer success story. Beside this he cooperates with Universities, were he teaches his own specialized lectures in the middleware and active database area.
His current focus is business integration using Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE), CORBA/Java, and XML/Web-Services.
Tuesday 15:30 - 16:15 (Conference Hall)
Interoperability of Web Services, J2EE & CORBA: From PC to Unix over the Mainframe
Abstract: What is behind "technical interoperability"? It is easy to discuss Web services, but the actual act of integrating services can be extremely complicated. This session will discuss interoperability between Web services, J2EE and CORBA "from PC's over Unix to the Mainframe" highlighting the following technologies:
The exposure of Enterprise Java Beans (EJB's) as Web services
The exposure of CORBA Objects as Web services
The interoperability of CORBA and Enterprise Java Beans: CORBA calling EJB's, EJB's calling CORBA including CORBA based mainframe integration.
How do all these technologies communicate? 2-Phase Transactional interoperability becomes increasingly important as more computer languages are developed; security (incl. HTTPS, SAML/XKML, CSIv2, TLS/SSL, RACF) also becomes an issue as the technologies are used to transfer sensitive materials that need to remain private.
This presentation will include a demo of Web services technology interoperating with J2EE and CORBA technology, presenting an overall application server platform example. Also included are both, integration architecture and "hands on" real world project samples.
Intended Audience: Developers, Development Managers; Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: general Java knowledge; basic J2EE / CORBA / WS knowledge helpful but not mandatory