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Talking the Language of Enterprise Mashups at SOA World Conference & Expo with JackBe's Deepak Alur & Raj Krishnamurthy

A working model for mashups in the real world

What kind of infrastructure should enterprises adopt for mashups? How can an enterprise mashup solution best consume data sources like WSDLs, databases, portals, REST, RSS/ATOM feeds, and legacy systems? How do we orchestrate and coordinate such disparate services inside a mashup? This session will ‘talk the talk’ about Enterprise Mashups, outlining a working model for mashups in the real-world context of the heterogeneous enterprise, introducing and demonstrating a visual mashup interface and flexible declarative mashup language to encapsulate and implement mashups in any enterprise.

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Speaker Bios:
Raj Krishnamurthy is the chief architect of JackBe's Enterprise Mashup Platform and is the innovator behind the Enterprise Mashup Language initiatives at JackBe. He has 15 years of experience in software engineering and architecture. Prior to JackBe, Raj was the principal architect at eBay and was a key member responsible for architecture, design and implementation of the eBay platform. Prior to that, he spent several years at Sun Microsystems as senior enterprise architect helping build Java/J2EE solutions for Sun's premier customers including eBay, RouteOne, and American Express.

Deepak Alur is vice president of engineering at JackBe Corporation. He is responsible for the design, architecture and development of JackBe's enterprise mashup products and has 18 years of industry experience in building highly scalable enterprise software systems. Prior to JackBe, he spent 10 years at Sun Microsystems in different roles, most recently as principal engineer at Enterprise Web Services practice, where he was instrumental in successfully leading and executing several large-scale mission-critical software projects for customers like eBay and RouteOne. Passionate about building high-quality enterprise systems using pattern-based approaches, Alur is highly experienced in object-oriented design, Java, J2EE, Web services and service-oriented architecture. He is also a co-author of the well-known Java enterprise software best practices book, Core J2EE Patterns.

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