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JBoss Enterprise Middleware & Big Data

The topic for November's meeting will be: "JBoss Enterprise Middleware & Big Data"

This meeting is open to all individuals interested in learning more about JBoss-related technology. Free parking is available. While, this meeting is open to the public, all non-AEM Employees will be requested to sign in at the front door.

Welcome & Refreshments(7:00 pm - 7:30 pm)
Announcements & Introductions

JBoss Enterprise Middleware & Big Data(7:30 pm - 8:30 pm)

Justin Hayes, Principal Architect, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat

JBoss Enterprise Middleware and big data are changing the technical landscape of some of the largest producers and consumers of information and data across commercial and government domains. Most of us are aware of the quality and usability of big data technologies such as Apache Hadoop, Cassandra, and others. They have largely commoditized the space, making it very easy to bring a big data capability to any organization. One area that is very underdeveloped, however, is the intersection of big data with enterprise middleware and open source solutions and offerings.

Red Hat fills this gap, allowing you to easily integrate these technologies into an enterprise-class, comprehensive middleware solution. With JBoss Enterprise Middleware, you can add big data capability to your middleware infrastructure and extend the big data tools with sophisticated middleware functionality.
Red Hat Consulting has developed a series of integrations to address real-world big data extension challenges faced by its clients. The solution architecture defined in this project includes the following:
- An extensible data storage pipeline using JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform

- A custom indexing and search layer using JBoss Enterprise BRMS and Red Hat JBoss Data Grid

- A distributed, in-memory data grid for real-time big data using Red Hat JBoss Data GridData virtualization for integrated views of big data and conventional (e.g., relational, file, etc.) sources using JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform

In this technical presentation, Justin Hayes will provide a detailed look into how the components of this project work together to fill the big data and middleware gap. You will also concrete examples of how to integrate JBoss Enterprise Middleware with Hadoop and Cassandra

Open Forum (8:30pm - 9pm)

Bring your JBoss related questions to share with your peers.

  • What topics would you like to see in the future?
  • What JBoss technologies are you working with now?

Applied Engineering Management (AEM) Corporation
14030 Thunderbolt Place, Suite 900
Chantilly, Virginia 20151

About the Speaker
Justin Hayes is a principal architect for Red Hat Consulting, focusing on middleware and integration services. He has a proven track record designing and implementing JBoss Enterprise Middleware solutions for some of the largest commercial and federal clients.

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  • Peter L.

    Justin has a wealth of knowledge and managed to make Data Grid look easy.

    November 15, 2012

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