Thursday Jan 17, 2008

Java™ Technology and .NET Interoperability Using WS-\* Web Services Architecture

Andrew Layman is Director of Web Services Interoperability for Microsoft Corporation. He participated in the design and development of XML as an interoperable format and protocol mechanism since its beginnings in 1997. Andrew was co-editor of the Namespaces in XML specification,co-author of the seminal XML Data Schemas specification, participated in the W3C XML Schemas specification, and co-authored the specifications for SOAP and the Web Service Description Language. Currently, Andrew manages a team responsible for making sure that the Web Services specifications provide an integrated protocol framework for platform-neutral, language-independent interoperability across multiple vendors and application domains. Robert Brewin is a Distinguished Engineer and Architect for Sun's Developer Tools and a leading advocate for various tools initiatives with an emphasis in improving the ease of development capabilities in both the tools and platforms. Within these roles he was also the architect for Java™ Studio Creator as well as the Java Studio Enterprise and Sun Studio product lines. He has been involved in a number of Sun initiatives, including the SunOne architecture and various technical and architectural teams within the Sun software organization.
SO : Andrew would be at the JavaONE 2005 conference presenting on :
Java™ and .NET are the predominant platforms for new software development. Many developers need a good understanding of the architectures of both platforms in general and how they interoperate in particular. The standards and profiles based on XML and SOAP are the pillars for on-the-wire interoperability between the platforms. This session features the visionaries and architects of the infrastructure of both platforms. The WS-\* Web Services protocols are interoperability protocols supported by the .NET platform. The session starts with a brief walk through the standards for interoperability and touches upon the current support for these in both platforms. The session highlights some practical aspects of interoperability with some case studies and examples based on some existing and relatively newer standards. Finally, the session covers the future roadmap for interoperability between the two platforms. This cutting-edge session is for developers and architects who need a technical overview of the practical aspects of interoperability. Hear straight from the architects designing the platforms for better interoperability. After attending this session, you should have a good understanding of on-the-wire interoperability, the support for it in both the current Java and .NET platforms, and the efforts being made for the future.
This was just an FYI for those that many that may forget this IMPORTANT presentation.
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