• Web Services SIG Tuesday, July 26, 2005 - 06:30PM
    eBay's Silicon Valley Conference Center
    2161 North First Street
    San Jose, CA 95131
    Web Apps & E-Commerce

Web Services SIG

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Description

  • The Monthly Meeting of the Web Services SIG


     

    1st Presentation: Getting Security to the Table for Web Services Development

    Presentation Summary: This presentation will address best practices in pre-empting Web service vulnerabilities by leveraging an enterprise's Web services security knowledge throughout the development, assurance, and deployment audit phases of a Web services project lifecycle. A discussion of the suggested test and verification technology will be presented, including the manner in which this technology should support both the use of appropriate Web services security standards and best-practice policies (industry and internally developed) for developing Web services.

    Adoption of Web services as the preferred architecture for publishing enterprise services puts an enormous new burden upon developers, testers and compliance auditors with limited security expertise. Particular attention needs to be paid to the impact on development best practices and enterprise security policies. Specifically, appropriate exchange mechanisms for Web services descriptions' test profiles, requests, and responses will be considered, especially in the context of one team building Web services code and another providing security expertise.
     

    2nd Presentation: Building Reliable, Conversational Web Services with BEA WebLogic 9.0 (codename Diablo)

    Building reliable, conversational, and asynchronous messaging at the protocol level enables the next generation of interoperable web services that are long running and loosely coupled. Traditionally web services have been synchronous. This talk covers how to deliver loosely coupled, message-driven architectures that require core support at the SOAP infrastructure level. We present an architecture, design and annotation-based programming model that enable you to build reliable, conversational, and asynchronous web services at the application level. We discuss the various web services standards involved, and describe the challenges facing infrastructure at this level. At the end of the talk, we will show an application that demonstrates asynchonrous messaging using the constructs covered in the talk.
     

    1st Presenter

    Jack Quinnell, CTO, Kenai Systems

    Jack Quinnell is responsible for the development of Kenai's strategic product plan and technical marketing strategy. He has more than 30 years experience in developing and marketing voice and data network communications products. Before joining Kenai, Jack was VP Product Management at Captus Networks where he defined and launched a next generation network intrusion prevention system. Prior to Captus, Jack was a senior product marketing manager at Cisco Systems where he defined, developed, and launched remote access products for service providers resulting in a 23 point increase in market share during his tenure. Prior to Cisco, Jack served in senior product management positions with Accesslan Communications, Digital Link, and Larscom; and was a cross-connect division manager at DSC/Alcatel after beginning his career as a design engineer with PacBell. Jack holds an engineering degree from Evergreen Valley College, San Jose and studied industrial technology at San Jose State University.
     

    2nd Presenter

    Lei Jin , senior software engineer, BEA Systems

    Lei Jin is a senior software engineer at BEA Systems and leads asynchronous web service development in the WebLogic team. Lei represents BEA in various web service standards including WS-ReliableExchange, WS-ReliableMessaging and WS-Addressing. Lei holds a B.S. in Computer Science from California Institute of Technology and a M.S. in Computer Engineering from Stanford University.


     

    Event Logistics

    Location

    eBay's Silicon Valley Conference Center
    2161 North First Street
    San Jose, CA 95131
     

    Directions

    101 From San Francisco:

    • Take the US-101 SOUTH
    • Take the BROKAW ROAD/FIRST STREET exit - go 0.3 mi
    • Turn on E BROKAW RD - go 0.2 mi
    • Turn on N 1ST ST - go 0.5 mi
    • Make a U-turn at ,GUADALUPE PKY onto N 1ST ST - go 0.2 mi
    • Arrive at 2161 N 1ST ST, SAN JOSE

    101 From San Jose:

    • Take the US-101 NORTH
    • Take the BROKAW ROAD/FIRST STREET exit - go 0.4 mi
    • Turn on E BROKAW RD - go 0.1 mi
    • Turn on N 1ST ST - go 0.5 mi
    • Make a U-turn at ,GUADALUPE PKY onto N 1ST ST - go 0.2 mi
    • Arrive at 2161 N 1ST ST, SAN JOSE

    Agenda

    6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Registration / Networking / Refreshments / Pizza
    7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Presentations and Discussion
     

    Cost

    $15 at the door for non-SDForum members
    No charge for SDForum members
    Please call 408.494.8378 for student memberships
    No registration required

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