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All Things WebSphere

Concerns and issues relating to all versions of WebSphere Application Server

Thursday, April 28, 2011

 

IMPACT 2011 Sessions

Recently I had an opportunity to present at IMPACT 2011 WebSphere Software group conference on various Java EE6 specifications that we have been working on in WebSphere Application Server 8. I also threw in my WebSphere eXtreme Scale pitch for free :).  All session slides are available here http://www.websphereusergroup.org/kelapure/blog/documents.one

Integrating WebSphere eXtreme Scale to Boost the Value of...
This session presents the process, challenges, benefits and best practicesin integrating WebSphere eXtreme Scale (WXS) and the WebSphere DataPower XC10appliance with WebSphere stack middleware products includingWebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Commerce, WebSphere PortalServer, WebSphere Business Events and Rational Jazz-based products. WXS provides a powerful, elastic, high-performance solution for scalability issues through caching and grid technology. The session will also provide in-depth coverage of WXS infrastructure concepts including grid clients and servers, the grid catalog service, zone support, and scalability sizing considerations.

Getting started with Java Contexts and Dependency...
Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE Platform (CDI) is one of key Java EE 6 features that help to knit together the web tier and the transactional tier of the Java EE platform. It is a set of services that, used together, makes it easy for developers to use enterprise beans along with JSF technology in web applications. This session will introduce you to fundamental concepts of CDI and explain how to leverage CDI in your application. The session is targeted to Java EE application developers, administrators and architects. The audience will walk away with an understanding of how to leverage CDI in a Java EE application, how to write a portable extension to CDI, and how to enable third party frameworks for CDI.

All things JSF 2.0: Features, Tooling, JSF-Dojo...
JSF 2.0 is a new specification that is part of the Java EE 6 technologies. This session will introduce you to the new features of JSF 2.0 and explain how you can leverage JSF in your Java EE and Portlet applications. The session will focus on three major themes: ease of development, performance improvements, and open source technology adoption. You will learn how the tools provided by Rational Application Developer make developing UI easier, as well as the JSF-Dojo component library that IBM is working on. This session is intended for Java EE developers, administrators, and architects.
Servlet 3.0 is a new specification that is part of the Java EE 6 technologies. This session will introduce you to the new features of Servlet 3.0 and explain how you can leverage them in your applications. The session will focus on two major themes: ease of development, and improving application scalability. This session is intended for Java EE developers, administrators, and architects.

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