An Introduction to CORBA
Tuesday, September 28, 1999 7:00-9:00 pm
College of DuPage Room SRC 2800(d,e,f)
The Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) and the Internet Inter-ORB
Protocol (IIOP) have emerged as the open standards based distributed computing
model and protocol. The integration of CORBA and IIOP into the Java 2 platform
and the Enterprise JavaBeans specification reinforce their importance for the
application architectures of the future.
This presentation will give the audience a knowledge of the fundamentals of
CORBA and distributed computing architectures implemented in CORBA.
Topics will include:
Origins of CORBA
Basic elements: object request brokers, stubs, skeletons, IIOP and IDL
Commonly used CORBA services: naming, events, notification, transaction
How CORBA functions as infrastructure in intranets and Internet applications
CORBA and JAVA/EJB
Code examples in Java and C++
Overview of commercial and non-commercial CORBA implementations
Paul Jonusaitis was a Senior Systems Engineer with Inprise Corporation (formerly
Borland and Visigenic Software). His responsibilities included managing technical
support relationships with customers in the Chicago area, developing
implementation plans and architectural reviews.
Paul's career in software started in the early 1980s with COBOL development for
financial analysis applications. He has been working with distributed object
technology since the early 1990s, when the words 'distributed' and 'object' were
both poorly understood. When not immersed in software, Paul works on weed
hunting, dog wrangling and cat herding.
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College of DuPage
Building SRC, Rm 2800
22nd and Lambert
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137-6599
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of the building,
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