XML SIG: UDDI
Louis Mau, Development Manager, IBM
Cubberly Community Center
4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1
Palo Alto, CA 94105
$10 for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) is a industry initiative to facilitate business via the Internet. The purpose of this effort is two-fold: develop a standard set of APIs for describing and discovering web-based services; and bootstrap an implementation of those standards so that real-world usage can begin immediately. Please join us for a overview and technical discussion of UDDI with 2 IBMers who have been instrumental in the creation and development of UDDI.
Scott is a marketing manager on IBM's e-business Technologies Marketing team located in Cupertino, California. This team is responsible for advancing the adoption and development of e-business technologies including Java, XML, Web Services and Linux, identifying and evangelizing emerging technology directions, and building IBM's relationships in Silicon Valley. Currently, Scott is specializing his efforts in XML technologies. Prior to joining IBM, Scott was a Principal at American Management Systems, Inc. where he lead cross-disciplined teams in building comprehensive business and IT solutions for clients. Scott graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Systems Engineering. He also holds a Masters of Business Administration from Georgetown University in Washington DC.
Louis is a development manager on IBM's Java and Emerging Technology team located in Cupertino, California. This team is responsible for implementing the IBM UDDI registry and contributing to the Apache XML parser, Xerces. Louis led the UDDI development team and worked with our technology partners in refining the UDDI Specification. Prior to joining the group in Cupertino, Louis was the development manager for IBM Websphere Commerce suite and worked in as the architect in a number of e-Commerce consulting engagements. Louis graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master degree in Mathematics.