May 23, 2011
Citrin to present and demo how JNBridgePro 6.0 will enable developers to integrate Java with .NET code in the Cloud
Who: Wayne Citrin
Citrin is Chief Technology Officer at JNBridge. He is the architect of JNBridgePro and has been devoted to Java and .NET interoperability issues since .NET’s beta days, more than nine years ago. Prior to co-founding JNBridge, Citrin was a leading researcher in programming languages and compilers and was on the Computer Engineering faculty at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He was a researcher at IBM’s research lab in Zürich, Switzerland and has a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, in Computer Science. He has given presentations at JavaOne, Microsoft’s TechEd and TechReady, and numerous academic and technical conferences.
What: Java/.NET Interoperability in the Cloud
Cloud computing is without question here to stay. However, how do IT organizations moving applications to the cloud integrate Java and Microsoft .NET applications? At the GLUE Conference, Citrin will outline the level of support and various approaches developers can take to call Java from .NET in the cloud. Citrin will explain why he believes that what is typically discussed under the rubric of cloud interoperability is so insufficient it will destroy the promise of the cloud. For cloud computing to be successful ‘Cloud Interoperability’ must encompass full Cloud-to-Cloud access, whereby any cloud service can be consumed from any client or on-premise platform, and full interoperability within a cloud service. Citrin will conclude with an explanation of the approaches developers can take to make interoperability in the cloud successful. He will share use cases and tools that provide the ability to write cloud services using any platform, easily, simply and quickly, and regardless of the cloud vendor.
When: Wed., May 25, 2011
2-3 p.m. MTN
Where: GLUE Conference 2011
Omni Interlocken Spa and Resort
500 Interlocken Boulevard
Broomfield, CO 80021
Contact: For more information or to set up an interview with Wayne Citrin, please contact:
303-581-7760, ext. 13