• SAM SIG: The Architecture of Mashups Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 06:30PM to 09:00PM
    Cubberley Community Center
    4000 Middlefield Rd., RM H-1
    Palo Alto,, CA
    Software Architecture and Platform

SAM SIG: The Architecture of Mashups



  • Abstract:

    Have you been hearing the buzz about Web 2.0 and Mashups? Join this talk and we will show you what the buzz is all about. We will explain what Mashups are, where they can be used in the enterprise, why they are important for the enterprise and how to quickly build Mashups with the IBM Mashup Center.

    We will cover:
    -What Mashups are,
    -The role of Mashups in the Enterprise.
    -How Mashups transform Web, enterprise, personal and departmental information into consumable or "Mashable" assets, including information feeds and widgets.
    -How these assets can then be dynamically assembled into new applications that address daily business challenges.

    Klaus Roder is a Software Engineer in the Information Management Advanced Technology group at the IBM Silicon Valley Lab.  His current focus is on new technologies, Web 2.0 applications, enterprise mashups and IBM Mashup Center.  Prior to his current role, Klaus was working on the WEBI (IBM Web Interface for Content Management) Project developing a unified WEB 2.0 web client for Content Management offerings. Earlier, Klaus was part of the WebSphere Information Integrator Content Edition (IICE) development team helping customers to solve integration problems for content.

    Klaus is part of the IBM Silicon Valley Lab Technical Vitality Council where he leads the Talkin’ Tech Series, which brings technology and customer related talks to the
    IBM Bay Area community. Klaus is also a member of the IBM Quality Software Engineering community where he is actively involved in promoting Continuous Integration efforts.

    Klaus holds a Master in Computer Science from the University of Applied Science in Würzburg, Germany and is a member of the San Francisco Bay Area ACM chapter.


    Cubberley Community Center
    4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1
    Palo Alto, CA



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



    $15 at the door for non-SDForum members
    No charge for SDForum members
    No registration required