Greater Wisconsin Software Symposium
February 24 - 26, 2006 - Milwaukee, WI
Java/EE Web Services and SOA @ Work: Architecture & Development
Have you tried to deploy J2EE Web Services and thrown up your hands in frustration at the lack of tool support? Do you want to know how to develop and deploy Java EE-compliant Web Services so that they work every time? Would you like to see how to develop/deploy Web Services in Spring with XFire? Are you wondering if SOA is just hype and fluff? Do you think SOA is just marketing's re-packaging of Web Services? Would you like to know how Web Services and SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) fit together? If so, then this talk is for you.
The new Java EE 5 Web Services standard and Spring/XFire were both designed for interoperability and simplicity. We'll show how to develop a POJO (Plain Old Java Object) as a Web Service using each technology stack. We'll also show how to design Web Services and how this fits with SOA.
This presentation covers:
* Web Services Overview * Business Reasons for Using Web Services * Java EE 5 and Web Services (including Java EE 5 annotations) * Implementing/Deploying a Java EE 5 Web Service * Implementing/Deploying a Spring/XFire Web Service * Developing a Web Service Client * Web Services Architecture and SOA
Intended audience: Experienced Java/EE architects & developers
About Tom Marrs
Tom Marrs is a Principal Architect with CIBER, where he specializes in Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), JavaEE, Open Source, and AJAX/Web 2.0. He designs and implements mission-critical business applications using the latest technologies, leads technical teams, and trains and mentors other developers.
Tom is the co-author of JBoss At Work: A Practical Guide (O?Reilly, 10/2005), speaks regularly at software conferences, and reviews best-selling technical books for major publishers. An active participant in the local technical community, Tom founded the Denver Open Source Users Group (http://www.denveropensource.org) and has served as President of the Denver Java Users Group (http://www.denverjug.org).More About Tom »