Increasingly, development teams are leverage virtualization to reduce costs and incorporating cloud-based services into their application architectures. Since companies rarely throw away existing systems, developers need to understand how to build applications around existing or legacy systems in a service-oriented way while also pulling in new cloud services and providing reliability, availability, and scalability. With in-house and in-the-cloud applications, developers are also faced with needing to integrate on both sides of the firewall.
This session details how developers can use Mule – an open source enterprise service bus (ESB) – to develop, deploy and integrate composite applications on both sides of the firewall, and how Mule can work with complementary technology to address virtualization concerns. The session will be a practical guide for building service-based composite applications connecting on-premise and in-the-cloud applications using Mule.
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A seasoned engineering leader experienced in developing enterprise software products, Ken has served as founder and VP of Engineering for several startups. Prior to that, he was in a technical leadership role at BEA software on the AquaLogic SOA platform. He developed an industry-leading distributed entitlements solution that is still in use at leading financial institutions worldwide. Ken has also contributed to the development of several industry standards, including SAML and XACML.
At MuleSource, Ken leads up all aspects of engineering on the Mule ESB, MuleHQ and Galaxy SOA Governance products.
Ken holds a BS in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia.
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