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Subject: RE: [opencsa-ms] Potential Sessions for Java One for SCA, SDO



Add in th non vocal me as well as on both. But it needn't be limited to people on both, it would be good to see people who aren't doing both explaining the different reasons.

Yes it is early, but it is one of the most common questions out there. Will SCA and JBI end up competing or will we be grown up and work together.

Steve


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From: "Mark Little" <mlittle@redhat.com>
To: "Mike Edwards" <mike_edwards@uk.ibm.com>
Cc: "OpenCSA " <opencsa-ms@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: 05/11/07 14:48
Subject: Re: [opencsa-ms] Potential Sessions for Java One for SCA, SDO

The number of people overlapping the JBI and SCA TCs is small: two if memory serves (myself and Peter Walker). From a Red Hat perspective I think it's too early to say how we'd approach JBI (2.0) and SCA integration, particularly given that JBI 2.0 is still not complete.

Mark.


On 5 Nov 2007, at 14:43, Mike Edwards wrote:



	Steve, 
	
	OK, an interesting session proposal. 
	
	Who would be prepared to do such as session - and what would it be saying? 
	
	
	Yours,  Mike.
	
	Strategist - Emerging Technologies, SCA & SDO.
	Co Chair OASIS SCA Assembly TC.
	IBM Hursley Park, Mail Point 146, Winchester, SO21 2JN, Great Britain.
	Phone & FAX: +44-1962-818014    Mobile: +44-7802-467431  
	Email:  mike_edwards@uk.ibm.com 
	
	
	
	"Jones, Steve G" <steve.g.jones@capgemini.com> 

	05/11/2007 12:40 

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	Jumping in here with two feet fully booted. 
	  
	There is almost certainly going to be a JBI session as well, so why donít we propose that in addition to an SCA specific one there is a JBI/SCA joint one.  Politically it would be the most interesting. 
	  
	Steve 
	  
	  
	From: Mark Little [mailto:mlittle@redhat.com] 
	Sent: 05 November 2007 10:44
	To: Mike Edwards
	Cc: OpenCSA 
	Subject: Re: [opencsa-ms] Potential Sessions for Java One for SCA, SDO 
	  
	Mike, do you see your session proposal as separate to the AI I took on Friday? I think two panel sessions around SCA might be pushing it for JavaOne, so I'm happy to push my AI to you ;-) 
	  
	Mark. 
	  
	  
	On 5 Nov 2007, at 09:55, Mike Edwards wrote: 
	
	
	
	Folks, 
	
	Here are my initial suggestions for some Open CSA related sessions at Java One next year 
	- remember we have to get submissions in by Nov 16th ! 
	
	
	Panel Session: 
	
	1a) Building Enterprise Applications using SOA with SCA 
	
	- a discussion with panellists from the major contributors to the SCA specifications in OASIS 
	
	
	Main Tent sessions: 
	
	
	2a) SCA: flexible and agile composition of distributed service-oriented applications 
	
	- A general session about SCA and the composition of applications 
	
	
	2b) Using Enterprise Infrastructure simply: Security and Transactions the SCA way 
	
	- A session about security and transactions.  Ideally with a few working examples. 
	
	
	2c) Web 2.0 and SOA: AJAX front-ends linked to services built with Service Component Architecture 
	
	- A more practical session showing AJAX front ends linked to services on the server built using SCA. 
	
	
	2d) Web services the simple way: worked example of a Web services application using SCA 
	
	- A more practical session showing the building a Web services application using SCA, with 
	the application both providing a Web service and also using Web services 
	
	
	2e) Handling data in Service-Oriented applications: Service Data Objects 
	
	- A discussion of SDO in general 
	
	
	2f) Building Business Processes: BPEL and SCA - the simple approach to sequence and structure. 
	
	- A discussion of the happy combination of SCA and BPEL in building business solutions - with 
	a worked example. 
	
	
	BOFs: 
	
	3a) Service Component Architecture - building composite applications 
	
	3b) SCA Security, Transactions and Reliable Messaging 
	
	3c) Communicating using SCA: Bindings for Web Services, JMS and JCA 
	
	3d) SCA and Spring - using Spring as part of larger distributed composite applications 
	
	
	
	Yours,  Mike.
	
	Strategist - Emerging Technologies, SCA & SDO.
	Co Chair OASIS SCA Assembly TC.
	IBM Hursley Park, Mail Point 146, Winchester, SO21 2JN, Great Britain.
	Phone & FAX: +44-1962-818014    Mobile: +44-7802-467431  
	Email:  mike_edwards@uk.ibm.com <mailto:mike_edwards@uk.ibm.com> 
	

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