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A Local AJAX Data Store with Apache Derby

This AJAXWorld presentation will showcase the concept of Local AJAX (LAJAX) and how to embed Apache Derby

This AJAXWorld presentation will showcase the concept of Local AJAX (LAJAX) and how to embed a database system such as Apache Derby to act as a local data store for Ajax-driven offline and online Web 2.0 applications. The challenge is not about embedding the database within the browser but rather how to provide a standard AJAX client-side service interface for Web 2.0 applications to make use services such as a local data storage one. Francois will highlight the basic architecture and design of a particular implementation and describe the direct benefits to existing and next generation Web 2.0+ applications. A demonstration of a working, practical AJAX-driven local data storage service will be shown to empower an existing online Web 2.0 application, to be run offline.

Francois is a Senior Staff Engineer working in the Database Technology group at Sun Microsystems with 18 years' experience in databases and infrastructure development. His expertise is in distributed data management systems, security, resource management, HA cluster solutions, and connectivity services. Francois spent 8 years at Sybase as a senior engineer working on the SQL Server core engine. He then worked at Cloudscape, Inc. as a technical lead, where he designed and implemented connectivity, security and middleware services for the Cloudscape Java database. Francois holds a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering and Computer Science from the Paris Institute of Technology.

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