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RIA & Ajax: Article

Web 2.0 and SOA Friend or Foe?

Bob Buffone's RIA Session at AJAXWorld, March 18-20, in New York City

Service oriented architecture (SOA) is finally being adopted at various enterprise environments after years of conceptualization and testing. However, the rapid rise of Web 2.0 puts SOA enterprise architecture into question:

This session will explore:

  • Do Web 2.0 and SOA play together?
  • What are the best ways to leverage SOA investment in a Web 2.0 world?
  • What is the best way to build and deploy Web 2.0 solutions based on SOA?
  • What do Web 2.0 technologies like Rich Internet Applications and AJAX mean to SOA?
  • What is a “mash-up?” Do “mash-ups” compete against SOA?

Drawing upon the speaker’s years of experience in pioneering Web 2.0 and several thousand of enterprise engagements, this session presents an enterprise Web 2.0 reference architecture that integrates SOA and Web 2.0 technologies. The session will show how different vendors/products form a Web2.0 and SOA ecosystem

Speaker Bio: Bob Buffone, chief architect at Nexaweb Technologies, is responsible for platform and tool technology at Nexaweb, a provider of the Nexaweb Platform enabling enterprise class rich Internet applications (RIAs). He is also a committer on the Apache XAP Project, which provides an extensible framework for declaratively creating AJAX applications. Before Nexaweb, Bob was with Trakus, a technology company focused on tracking sports in real time. A leading expert in user interface design, he is a regular speaker at industry events and has published multiple articles on tool and application development. 

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2008  Will Be The Decision Year for RIAs
AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2008 will provide delegates with the optimum balance between RIAs, Rich Web Technologies and AJAX, while underlining business needs, technology potential, and enhanced user experience.

This year at AJAXWorld the relentless focus is not only on where RIAs are now but also where Rich Web Technologies are headed, where Enterprise Web 2.0 and Social Applications are taking the software development industry and the end user, and how Rich Web Technologies are transforming our businesses and our lives.

Delegates will learn how RIAs are making money and gaining market-share for some of the leading businesses in the world.

The real-world questions that will be answered by this year's 140+ sessions are those that currently preoccupy working developers, architects, IT managers and business line managers. The 2008 tracks include:

  • Enterprise RIAs and AJAX
  • Rich-Web Case Studies and Mash-Ups
  • Enterprise Web 2.0 & Social Applications
  • Event-Driven Web
  • iPhone Developer Summit
  • Diamond Track

AJAXWorld is sponsored by the world’s leading RIA technology providers including.

Conference faculty includes the world’s top RIA experts.

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