Tuesday August 30th, 2011 Meeting - Austin Java Users Group
Unlocking the Power of Java EE6 in the
Cloud w/ JBoss AS7 and OpenShift
RedHat is providing at 6:30 PM.
AbstractJoin us for this informative and and technical talk with Red Hat's David Blado - PaaS Evangelist to learn how to unlock the power of Java EE6 in the Cloud with JBoss AS7 and OpenShift. First, we'll cover what's new and exciting in Java EE6, especially Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI). Next we'll show you how to take a sample Java EE6 application, deploy, manage and scale it in the cloud leveraging JBoss AS7 running on the OpenShift platform-as-a-service. Everything you'll see in the talk you'll be able to repeat at home as we'll be providing code and free cloud access. If you are interested in learning about the benefits of Java EE6, what's new in JBoss AS7 and how to get all that goodness in the cloud, this talk is for you.
About the SpeakerDavid is a PaaS Evangelist on the OpenShift team. With a background in Release Engineering and Quality Assurance, he has a lot of experience with different technologies that enable him to help the OpenShift community be successful. He enjoys learning new technologies and has been spending more time with NoSQL and Django and keeping a close eye on Node.js.
AbstractIn this session, Prabhat will introduce you to the next evolution of the JBoss Application Server as well as an introduction to game changing enhancements to Java EE6. JBoss AS7 represents a new approach to middleware; you can expect more than optimal boot time, much easier management, lower total cost of ownership and and much improved developer productivity. Java EE6 includes new features in Servlets, EJB, Bean Validation, JPA 2.0 criteria queries and the standardization of dependency injection (JSR 299 CDI). While it will be difficult to go into details of each feature and some of the topics such as CDI and JAX-RX have already been covered in detail during previous meetings, Prahbhat will cover the gist of these topics in the allotted time period .
About the SpeakerPrabhat Jha is a principal engineer at JBoss by Redhat where he currently works on JBoss Enterprise Data Grid (EDG) and JBoss Entperise Portal Platform (EPP). EDG is based on Infinispan and EPP is based on GateIn community project. He also runs a non profit called Eejot, which helps towards computer literacy in Nepal, his native land. You are welcome to help in his effort by financial contribution as well as donation of used laptops.
Location & Time:
Meeting from 7 - 9 PM Li'l Tex Auditorium in the Commons Building (# 137) located at 10100 Burnet Road, near the southwest corner of Burnet Road and Braker Lane on the University of Texas J. J. Pickle Research Campus.
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