Monday, March 26, 2007

March 2007 Meeting - Using Java Messaging with JBoss and Spring

In today's enterprises, a message-based infrastructure is a key component for creating a successful service oriented architecture (SOA). For years, the Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) has offered a rich set of technologies that facilitate the creation of enterprise class messaging bus. Java Messaging System (JMS) implementations are available in both commercial and open source flavors with features such as guaranteed delivery, message persistence, rule-base routing, automatic message transformation, etc.

At the next Tampa Java User Group meeting, speaker Ginige L . DeSilva will provide a comprehensive overview of Java Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) and their usage in the enterprise. Topics will include:
  • An overview of Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) concepts and definition of terms to be used
  • An overview of Java Message Service (JMS) API and Providers
  • Demonstrations of setting up message queues, message sender/receivers with JBoss Messaging JMS provider
  • Demonstrations of simplifying the use of JMS APIs with Spring's JMS abstraction framework
About the Presenter:
Ginige is presently a software developer for LifeSmart Technologies within Gentiva, corp. He has been involved with implementation of Enterprise-wide Application Integration solutions using Message Oriented Middleware at Compaq Computer Corporation and Hewlett-Packard Company spanning an eight year period.

Meeting Details: Speaker: Ginige L. DeSilva
Date:
03/27/07
Networking:
6:30 pm
Presentation:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Arrive early, building door locks automatically at 7:00 pm.
There will be door prize give aways including a chance to win a personal license of IntelliJ IDEA. See you there!

Sponsors:

GCA Technologies


Location:
GCA Technologies Solution
4919 Memorial Hwy. Suite 150
Tampa, FL 33634
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