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25 May 2013 Java Spotlight Episode 133: Sivakumar Thyagarajan on JSR 322: Resource Adapters/Connectors in Java EE 7@jcp [31105]
JSR 322: JavaTM EE Connector Architecture 1.6

Sivakumar Thyagarajan works in the Cloud Application Foundation group at Oracle India. He leads the Connector Specification (JSR-322 <http://connector-spec.java.net>;) in the Java EE 7 Platform.

He has led the development of Contexts and Dependency Injection(CDI), Connectors and JMS integration modules in Project GlassFish, Sun Java System Application Server, and the J2EE SDK. He has been involved with the GlassFish project ( http://www.glassfish.org) since inception, and has worked extensively on Java EE based distributed enterprise application design and development. He blogs at http://blogs.oracle.com/sivakumart.

JSR 332 show notes:

  • Connector specification's java.net project
  • JSR-322 page on jcp.org
  • Connector 1.6 code samples to get started
  • Samples for the 1.7 specification would be part of the Java EE 7 SDK to be released soon.

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18 May 2013 Java Spotlight Episode 132: Shing Wai Chan on JSR 340 Servlet 3.1 [31008]
Dr. Shing Wai Chan, Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle Corporation

"Dr. Shing Wai Chan is a Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle Corporation, specializing in J2EE, Java EE, application servers, web containers, and security. He is Spec Lead for JSR 340, Java Servlet 3.1 Specification, as well as implementation lead on the web container in GlassFish, the Reference Implementation (RI) of Java EE. Previously he was an Expert Group member helping develop JSR 196, Java Authentication Service Provider Interface for Containers (JASPIC), and he also worked on its RI, as well as the RIs for JSR 115, Java Authorization Contract for Containers (JACC); JSR 250, Common Annotations for the Java Platform; and JSR 315, Java Servlet 3.0 Specification..."
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22 Apr 2013 Java Spotlight Episode 129: Anthony Lai on JSR 236 Java EE Concurrency Utilities @jcp [30732]
by Roger Brinkley

This week's podcast features an interview with Anthony Lai on JSR 236 Concurrency Utilities for Java EE. Anthony Lai is a principal member of the Oracle technical staff and a developer in the J2EE Connector Architecture area of Oracle Application Server Containers of J2EE. Anthony is also a member of the expert committee for the J2EE Connector Architecture 1.5 specification (JSR 112) and the specification lead for JSR 236 Concurrency Utilities for Java EE.
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24 Feb 2012 The Distinction Between a Standard and a Preferred Vendor [25509]
They Are Not the Same Thing

In his post on "The Difference Between a Standard and a Preferred Vendor" Constantin Gonzalez makes some important distinctions between the two terms. A standard is not, he contends, a processor architecture, a hypervisor implementation, nor an operating system. x86, VMware, and Linux are not standards; J2EE is. Gonzalez includes some recommendations concerning building clouds and establishing standards:

  • Standardize on one thing only: the interface between you and your service suppliers, customers, and service consumers
  • Do not accept any standardization below the level of the interface you provide
  • Distinguish between standardization and choosing a preferred vendor
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25 Apr 2011 Oracle Modernization Solutions: A Practical Guide to Planning and Implementing SOA Integration and Re-architecting to an Oracle Platform [24110]
Tom Laszewski and Jason Williamson;s Book now in Paper on amazon.com

"Oracle Modernization Solutions: A Practical Guide to Planning and Implementing SOA Integration and Re-architecting to an Oracle Platform," authored by Tom Laszewski and Jason Williamson is now available from Packt Publishing on amazon.com. The cover notes explain that the book, described as unique in that it identifies a specific set of implementation tools and targets the Oracle Database and Fusion Middleware as the end architecture, shows readers how to modernize a legacy mainframe application using the modernization approaches of SOA Integration and Re-architecture. Readers are assumed to have some knowledge of mainframes, J2EE, SOA, and Oracle technologies, along with some background in programming and database design.
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