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TF102 - The impact of Open Source on Java and J2EE
Speaker: Amit Chaturvedi, Technical Architect, Infosys Technologies
Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2006
Venue: India Habitat Center, New Delhi, India
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Open source software is not only cost-effective but also permits enterprises to leverage cutting-edge technology and reduce dependency on vendors and products. Today, open source tools, frameworks and software are commonly used in all the layers involved in a typical Java and J2EE-based applications. The latest wave of open source has not only impacted enterprise applications but also application integration solutions based on open standards like Enterprise Service Bus. This helps enterprises in realizing Service Oriented Architecture.
This session will highlight the usage of open source at each layer of a J2EE application and different stages of software lifecycle. The shortcomings of open source in specific areas are also highlighted. Impact on J2EE business applications in enterprises will be showcased with examples.
Amit Chaturvedi is a Technical Architect at Infosys’ Software Engineering & Technology Labs, Infosys’ research group. He has experience in architecture, design, development and implementation of many complex and large enterprise software applications. He is an expert at successfully conceptualizing, defining and delivering methodologies and tools that are used across Infosys in Java and J2EE projects.