Swarraj Kulkarni’s session on ‘Enterprise Mashups – Opportunities and Challenges!’ presented at the IndicThreads.com Conference On Java Technology 2007 held in Oct 2007 in Pune, India. The session talks of what, why and how Mashups are playing an important role in Enterprises.
Web 2.0 has been under focus for quite some time and as it is being adopted in Enterprises more and more creative ideas are emerging to use it in effective way. Also Industry analysts and Technologists are trying their best to define and measure RoI of Enterprise 2.0.
In addition to other Web 2.0 components like AJAX, Blog and Wiki, Mashup has been playing an important role in Internet based applications as well as in Enterprise 2.0.
Mashup provide the way to consolidate contents from multiple different sources and provide a uniform interface for the end user. Yahoo Pipe or Google Map based Mashup applications are popular in the Internet based applications but how and where Enterprises can adopt it is interesting to know. Obviously Mashup comes with its own pros and cons as well as concerns around the security. This presentation on Enterprise Mashup will try to answer few of these questions.
: Swarraj has over 15 years of experience in software field and his technology experience varies from Assembly Language programming to Java/J2EE based development.
At Cognizant, he is a Principal Architect with the Java Center of Excellence (JCoE). Currently Swarraj is focusing on Web 2.0 and actively involved in evaluating different technologies and products under Web 2.0 technology stack. He is also leading efforts on several PoCs being developed on AJAX and Mashup technologies and toolsets.
Presentation PDF :Enterprise Mashups – Opportunities and Challenges!
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