• UBL in Theory and Practice Tuesday, January 14, 2003 - 06:30PM
    Thelen Reid & Priest Multipurpose Room
    101 Second Street, Second Floor
    San Francisco, CA 94105
    Main Event Series

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UBL in Theory and Practice

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  • In this presentation Jon Bosak will describe his work with the OASIS Universal Business Language (UBL) project to create a set of standard XML schemas for basic business. Adam Blum will describe his real-world experience with UBL.

    [Part of the Web Services, XML & Business Event Series]
     

    Speakers

    Jon Bosak (bio), Distinguished Engineer, Sun Microsystems
    Adam Blum (bio), VP Engineering, Talaris Corporation


     

    Presentation Overview

    Web service technologies promise to revolutionize electronic business, but global interoperability of business processes cannot occur without the semantic standardization of the messages exchanged in business transactions. In this presentation Jon Bosak of Sun will describe his work with the OASIS Universal Business Language (UBL) project to create a set of standard XML schemas for basic business.

    Additionally, experience with a real-world undertaking developing an XML vocabulary based on UBL will be presented by Adam Blum of Talaris. Talaris provides an application and web services broker for the electronic procurement of corporate services. Adam will discuss Talaris' Services Business Language, which is itself derived from UBL, and how it approaches the problem of providing a common API to procurement of many different types of employee-centric services.


     

    About the Presenters

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    Jon Bosak

    Jon Bosak organized and led the working group that created XML, subsequently serving for two years as chair of the XML Coordination Group of the World Wide Web Consortium. He currently chairs the OASIS Universal Business Language Technical Committee.
     

    Adam Blum

    Adam Blum is Vice President of Engineering of Talaris Corporation, a provider of a web services broker for the electronic procurement of services. Prior to joining Talaris, Adam was the Vice President of Engineering for the XML Platform at Commerce One. Prior to that Adam worked for five years at Microsoft, most recently as a group manager in SQL Server. He is the author of several books and articles on various computer science topics.


     

    Event Logistics

    Location

    Thelen Reid & Priest Multipurpose Room
    101 Second Street, Second Floor
    San Francisco, CA 94105

    (Room is provided courtesy of Thelen Reid & Priest)

    Agenda

    6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/open forum
    7:00pm Talk begins
     

    Cost

    $15 at the door for non-SDForum Members
    No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
    No registration required