So as promised here are some pictures we took at the Poster Session, this is where the judges and attendees were allowed to come take a deeper look at the solution we built and the product itself. I personally had a great time at the conference and enjoyed meeting all the people that came to the summit.



From Left to Right: Pamela Szabo, Anjaneyullu Tamma and Me standing by the poster we had setup



From Left to Right: Me, Gretchen Weis and Anjaneyullu Tamma

I have a few more pictures up on my Flikr page, click here.

We are about 45 mins away from going on stage to give the presentation for the Global Integration Summit (see earlier posts for more info). I am told I will be given about 8 mins only to get all the key points out…now thats tough considering all the key features Enterprise Enabler has! I did do a dry run and I should be ok for the 8 min cut-off.

Later this evening we are going to setup a kiosk with posters and additional info where all the attendees and judges will come visit with the individual vendors (expo hall style). I will try to take some pictures and post them here tomorrow.

That's all for now…will blog later on how the sessions went today.

-Nikhil Roy

 

Thats Right!! We are done implementing the solution…from what I can tell it took us about 90 minutes from start to finish. Tamma and I sat here for the last 10 minutes trying to make sure we didn’t miss anything…..we couldn’t possibly be done so quickly could we? Well….we are!!! Now its time to sit back and relaxxxx….and wait for the judging panel. Well we are going to add a few bells ‘n whistles to the solution for “extra credit”!

The solution highlights a cool new technology that is an Enterprise Enabler Server Add-On: Object to Object Mapping (it can also do Object to relational, object to X where x is any data type).

Normally when you invoke a web service you get a response in XML. Enterprise Enabler has a cool feature where we can request the response to be a .net object. Manipulating objects is far simpler than working with raw XML messages. But the real icing on the cake is that you can take that resulting object and create an EE template on it and use it in our mapper/transformation engine. Now isn’t that cool!

-Nikhil Roy

We’re hitting the road today to head to Boston (we’re really flying!) and participate in the Global Integration Summit 2006. We will be participating in the Integration Showcase there which is going to be kind of like a face-off between multiple integration vendors!! Several of the big boys are showing up and I am super excited about participating. I think this is a great opportunity for Stone Bond to show off some of the features of Enterprise Enabler Server and have the attendees/judges compare it side by side with the other vendors and their capabilities, I blogged about the showcase procedures here. Some of the participants include: webMethods , BEA , Software AG, iWay and many more (see below).

Here is a excerpt from the GIS website:

So after looking at the participants to say the least this should be exciting. Will blog throughout the conference.

-Nikhil Roy