This is a follow up to Frank’s presentation in October. Frank will focus on the Java Implementation and close with an open discussion regarding the architecture on topics such as Security, Business Rules, & Conflict Resolution. With the seemingly exponential increase in distributed applications, sharing of information through the use of markup languages is becoming an increasing practice. Distributed applications require a direct and efficient framework to share information which can provide consistency and immediate results. Relational Extended Engineering (RELEX2) is a framework which has the ability to produce and consume a well formatted and accurate XML document for distribution between multiple datasources. Such a document provides a complete data exchange mechanism for multiple systems and their developers alike.
5:30 - 6:00 - Food/Network
6:00 - Intro/Sponsor
6:00 - 7:00 – Presentation/Q&A
7:00 - Close
About the Presenter:
Frank Foti received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Siena College with a focus in data modeling, data backup and recovery and performance tuning. He is an Oracle 9x certified Data Base Developer and Administrator. Prior to founding Adaptive Results Frank has provided Data base design and support for NYS Division of Criminal Justice and NYS Division of State Police. He continues as an advisor to DCJS on SJS lifecycle and future direction. Frank has a strong commitment in his client’s success. He was the Administrator on numerous financial and budgeting systems as well as immunization tracking, health client registration and WIC programs. He was employed at Lockheed Martin, performing enterprise wide database administration supporting business and technical communities. Frank has written a white paper on Relational Extended Engineering and utilizes this architecture in most applications. He is a member of the Small business Advisory Committee of the Southern Saratoga Chamber of Commerce and the PMI group in Albany NY.
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