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From Donald Woods <dwo...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [Discuss] ApacheCon '09 Geronimo Track: Content
Date Thu, 23 Jul 2009 14:48:50 GMT
Was thinking Session #1 would cover all the new features/changes in 2.2.

Didn't we just recently change how security is setup or made some 
significant changes around JACC/JASPI?


-Donald


David Jencks wrote:
> I think this is a good division of topics.
> 
> I wonder if it would be more interesting to cover the various clustering 
> stuff we have in 2.2 rather than the security stuff.  I've talked about 
> security a couple of times before and it has a little bit of 
> documentation but I don't think anyone has ever pulled together all the 
> clustering stuff...
> 
> wadi jetty/tomcat/ejb
> ejb client failover
> farm management
> how to set up a web load balancer.
> 
> thanks
> david jencks
> 
> 
> On Jul 22, 2009, at 3:32 PM, Kevan Miller wrote:
> 
>>
>> On Jul 21, 2009, at 9:23 AM, Donald Woods wrote:
>>
>>> Maybe we can create a mashup of the proposals to cover the following:
>>>
>>> Session 1 - Geronimo 2.2 topics (current user community)
>>>         Administering Geronimo
>>>         Custom Server Assemblies
>>>         Securing Apps
>>>         Load balancing and high-availability
>>> Would expect this session would contain more than we could cover in 
>>> 50 minutes, but we should introduce each topic and include pointers 
>>> to the online docs that users could reference later for more details.
>>>
>>> Session 2 - Blueprint Container Spec and Geronimo
>>>
>>> Session 3 - Geronimo 3.0 and Java EE 6 (futures)
>>>         Geronimo 3.0 based on OSGi
>>>         Current milestone features
>>>         Present how much of Web Profile is available
>>>             JPA 2.0, EJB 3.1, Servlet 3.0, ...
>>>         How to start using 3.0 builds
>>
>>
>> OK. We're getting urged to finalize our agenda. In the spirit of 
>> Donald's mashup. How does the following work for everyone?
>>
>> ************************************************************************************

>>
>> Session 1: Apache Geronimo 2.2
>> Speakers: David Jencks and Vamsavardhana Reddy Chillakuru
>>
>> This talk will provide an overview of the Geronimo 2.2 release. Along 
>> with providing an overview of the new features found in 2.2, the talk 
>> will also discuss Geronimo Custom Assemblies and Application Security. 
>> Geronimo makes it easy to assemble a custom server around your 
>> applications, including only those features needed to run your apps. 
>> We'll see how to use maven to integrate this into your build process. 
>> Also, Apache Geronimo enables storing user credentials in a variety of 
>> data stores viz., simple text files, a database, an LDAP server and 
>> digital certificates. In this session we see how these data stores can 
>> be used to configure application security and how the necessary 
>> infrastructure can be run in Apache Geronimo itself.
>>
>> ************************************************************************************

>>
>>
>> Session 2: OSGi Blueprint Container Specification and Geronimo
>> Speaker: Jarek Gawor
>>
>> This talk will provide a general overview of the Blueprint Container 
>> Specification and demonstrate some of its core features using 
>> Geronimo's Blueprint Container implementation. The talk will also 
>> describe some more advanced features of the Geronimo implementation 
>> such as Configuration Admin Service support and custom namespace 
>> handlers. Future plans will be discussed as well as how the Blueprint 
>> Container might be used and integrated within the existing Geronimo 
>> Kernel.
>>
>> ************************************************************************************

>>
>>
>> Session 3: Apache Geronimo 3.0: OSGi and Java EE6
>> Speakers: David Jencks and Donald Woods
>>
>> This talk will provide a preview of the new features in Apache 
>> Geronimo 3.0. Including the OSGi support with the Geronimo kernel. 
>> We'll also discuss the new Java EE 6 features: Web Profiles, JPA 2.0, 
>> Servlet 3.0, EJB 3.1, etc. We'll also include demonstration of current 
>> functionality and discuss development outlook.
>>
>> ************************************************************************************

>>
>>
>> --kevan
>>
>>
> 

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