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Tutorial #22 - Patterns for building Component Infrastructures

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Patterns for building Component Infrastructures

Presenter :Markus Voelter (MATHEMA AG, Germany)
Duration :Half day
Day :Tuesday - afternoon
Level :Intermediate

 

 

 

 

Abstract

Component infrastructures on the server have become wide-spread and well-known over the last couple of years, especially because of EJB and COM+. Also, CORBA will evolved in this direction with CORBA Components. In addition to these standard component infrastructures, there are many proprietary ones in use in many applications throughout the industry. When looking more closely at EJB, CCM or COM+, you will realize that they are based on the same basic patterns. This tutorial presents these basic patterns in the form of a concise pattern language, including examples of how the patterns are actually realized in EJB, CCM or COM+ Understanding these patterns will help you in designing efficient systems based on these infrastructures, they will allow you to compare the differences, and and you will be able to build your own proprietary component infrastructures using these patterns.

 

Required experience

The participants should have experience in OO development and they should have some experience with CCM, COM+ or EJB.

 

Expected audience

Enterprise architects and developers. They will be able to design efficient systems based on these infrastructures, compare the differences, and they will be able to build your own proprietary component infrastructures using these patterns.

 

Presenter's profile

Markus Voelter works as a software engineer and consultant for MATHEMA AG, Germany. His interests and experience include distributed systems, components and patterns. Markus has published several papers in this area and he's a regular speaker at the respective conferences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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