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From "Matthew T. Adams" <matthew.ad...@xcalia.com>
Subject RE: Xcalia Intermediation Core (XIC) Abstract
Date Fri, 21 Apr 2006 17:31:52 GMT
For the audio, let's just use the standard Apache JDO conference call

We use Genesys for our web conferencing software, which currently requires
the use of Microsoft Internet Explorer on Microsoft Windows.  Please run the
browser compatibility test ahead of time by going to http://www.genesys.com
and clicking on the link on the right side of the page with the text
"Participants Join".

If the Microsoft browser & OS requirement is problematic, then I'll need to
use someone else's web conferencing account that doesn't have that
restriction (WebEx?).

FYI, I would also recommend a read-through of our whitepaper.  There's a
short version & a long one available from the website -- registration is
required (and sorry, Craig, still no https support).

Note:  clicking on the following links will redirect you to a login page.
If you already have an Xcalia account, go ahead and use it, otherwise,
please create one and then retry.

The short version (5 pages) is available at
The full whitepaper (18 pages) is available at

Please let me know if you have any problems downloading them.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Matthew T. Adams [mailto:matthew.adams@xcalia.com] 
>Sent: Friday, April 21, 2006 10:06 AM
>To: jdo-dev@db.apache.org
>Subject: Xcalia Intermediation Core (XIC) Abstract
>Below is the abstract from the presentations that I will be 
>giving on XIC.
>I recommend reviewing the article and downloading the demo 
>source code ahead
>of time from 
>Mapping a POJO Domain Model to an SOA Using Intermediation and Dynamic
>Speaker Name, position:
>Matthew T. Adams
>Senior Consultant & Manager of Product Marketing, Xcalia North America
>Composite applications, built by assembling services and 
>databases, can be
>greatly simplified by the use of a business-level object model. By
>leveraging metadata that describes not only services' syntax and
>implementation technologies, but also each service method's behavior,
>intermediation eradicates the need for static orchestration 
>and lays the
>foundation for dynamic composition and a comprehensive, business-level
>object model that composite applications can use regardless of 
>where and how
>the model's data is stored.
>Speaker Bio:
>Matthew Adams is an enterprise software architect with over 14 years of
>experience, including C++, Java, .NET, and other languages. He 
>was a member
>of JSR 12 (JDO 1.0), and currently serves on JSRs 220 (EJB 
>3.0) and 243 (JDO
>2.0), as well as the Service Data Objects (SDO) expert group. 
>He currently
>works as a Senior Consultant and Manager of Product Marketing, North
>America, at Xcalia SA (formerly LIBeLIS, makers of LiDO), a 
>French software
>Company Bio:
>Xcalia SA began in Paris, France in 2000 as LIBeLIS, and 
>offered the world's
>first commercially available implementation of the JDO 1.0 
>standard, then
>called LiDO. Today's flagship offering, Xcalia Intermediation 
>Core (XIC), is
>the world's first intermediation and dynamic orchestration product.
>Matthew T. Adams
>Senior Consultant & Manager of Product Marketing
>Mobile:  +1 253 732 1051
>Phone:  +1 206 331 3833
>Fax:  +1 815 331 0952
>Xcalia makes implementing SOA easy with agile business intermediation
>software that combines heterogeneous data with services to 
>easily develop
>and deploy transactional composite applications.  Enterprises 
>can quickly
>respond to changing business requirements and dramatically 
>reduce the costs
>of data access and service integration.

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