OASIS Open CSA Member Section activities and updates:
OASIS Open CSA Member Section Members,
OASIS is pleased to announce the results of the elections for the OASIS Open
CSA Member Section Steering Committee.
The OASIS Open CSA Member Section Steering Committee is complete and seven members have been seated. David Burke of TIBCO, Mike Kaiser of IBM and Mark Little of Red Hat were elected to two-year terms. Bob Freund of Hitachi was also elected to a two-year term in a special election. Patrick Leonard of Rogue Wave was elected to a one-year term in a special election.
The OASIS Open CSA Member Section is pleased to announce the 'Using Service Component Architecture (SCA) as an Evolutionary Path to SOA' Workshop which will be held at the Gartner Application Architecture, Development and Integration Summit 2008 on 11 June, 2008 from 2:15PM - 4:30PM ET. The Workshop will be held in the Grand Salon 12.
The Open CSA Member Section Steering Committee Election is now open; voting closes at 5:00 PM EDT on 20-May-2008.
All Open CSA member companies are invited to host SCA workshop(s). If
your company is interested in participating in the 2008 SCA Roadshow,
please contact Doug Tidwell.
Upcoming Roadshow workshops include:
Recent Roadshow workshops include:
Service Component Architecture provides a single interface to many different kinds of services and access methods. If a service is (for example) a Web service, a BPEL process, a C++ class or a POJO, you write the same code to access all of them. If that service is accessed via SOAP, a messaging system such as JMS, or as a local object, you write the same code to access all of them.
As Service-Oriented Architectures continue to grow and mature, developers and architects are faced with an ever-growing number of programming interfaces, transports, data sources and other details. Service Component Architecture (SCA) and Service Data Objects (SDO) provide a single programming interface for a wide variety of services and data sources.
Learn how to simplify SOA application development with open standards at the SCA Roadshow. These free, half-day workshops are offered in a variety of cities throughout the world.
OASIS has formalized a new Member Section Supporters program that enables organizations and individuals to advance the work of Open CSA by underwriting specific activities. Donors may contribute any amount. Donations may be used for specific purposes, such as to defer meeting expenses, produce educational materials, hire program managers, etc.
Open CSA is a Supporter of the upcoming 'Open Standards 2008: SOA and Composability' symposium, which will be held in Santa Clara, California, 28 April through 1 May. This will be the largest annual event for OASIS, and we expect more than 200 members and non-members from around the world to attend.