Last Call: San Diego SNUG Meeting (6/22/05) - Simplify Data
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Mon Jun 20 17:39:05 PDT 2005
----- Original Message -----
From: "Elizabeth Hickman" <ehickman at ucsd.edu>
To: sandiego-snug at storagenetworking.org
Subject: Last Call: San Diego SNUG Meeting (6/22/05) - Simplify Data Store Management
Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 16:21:06 -0700
> Last Call: San Diego SNUG meeting this Wednesday. Please RSVP to
> ehickman at ucsd.edu or 858-534-1019.
> SAN DIEGO SNUG MEETING
> June 22, 2005
> 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
> Network with your local data storage peers and knowledge experts. Come hear
> from one of the core architects of HTTP/1.1 on how a standards-based content
> repository approach can simplify data store management.
> TOPIC: JCR - Simplify Data Store Management with a Standardized Content
> Repository API
> The Content Repository for Java Technology API (JCR) standard is poised to
> revolutionize the development of J2SE/J2EE applications in the same way that
> the Web has revolutionized the development of network-based applications.
> JCR follows the guiding principles of the Web to simplify the interactions
> between an application and its content repository, thus replacing many
> application-specific or storage-specific interfaces with a single, generic
> API for content repository manipulation. JCR bridges the gap between
> application development using a generic API and the deployment of data
> stores that can be tuned to the specific needs of an application after it
> has been developed. This presentation will provide an overview of this new
> standard that simplifies the management and creation of content.
> SPEAKER: Roy T. Fielding, Chief Scientist, Day Software, is responsible for
> guiding Day's research efforts to update the infrastructure upon which the
> Web is based, thereby improving the reliability and robust behavior of
> applications built upon that infrastructure. Dr. Fielding is best known for
> his work in developing and defining the modern World Wide Web
> infrastructure. He is the primary architect of the current Hypertext
> Transfer Protocol (HTTP/1.1), co-author of the Internet standards for HTTP
> and Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI), and a founder of several open-source
> software projects, including the Apache HTTP Server Project.
> For full details and a map to the meeting, visit
> LUNCH: Pizza and soda generously provided by VeriCenter
> LOCATION: UCSD Extension Sorrento Mesa Center, Room 116
> 6925 Lusk Blvd., San Diego, CA 92121
> Please RSVP to Elizabeth Hickman at ehickman at ucsd.edu or 858-534-1019.
> There is no charge to attend, and meetings are open to anyone interested in
> discussing data storage in a vendor-neutral, education-focused environment.
> On behalf of StorageNetworking.org, thank you for your support.
> Elizabeth Hickman
> Marketing Manager
> Phone: 858-534-1019
> ehickman at ucsd.edu
> STORAGENETWORKING.ORG is a university-based initiative addressing the
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