SOURCE: Rogue Wave Software

May 06, 2008 11:00 ET

Rogue Wave to Speak at the 2008 JavaOne Conference

Panel Session Will Focus on SCA and Its Role With Java & C++ Technology-Based SOA Development

BOULDER, CO--(Marketwire - May 6, 2008) - Rogue Wave Software, Inc., the leader in enterprise class C++ components and infrastructure, today announced that Patrick Leonard, Vice President, Engineering and Product Strategy, will be a panel member at the 2008 JavaOne Conference. The panel session, "Open Standards for SOA and Java™," will take place on Wednesday, May 7 at 4:10 PM in the Moscone Center-Gateway 102/103. The discussion will address questions about the Service Component Architecture (SCA) standard and its relationship to Java and C++ technology-based SOA development. Of particular interest to Rogue Wave customers is how these standards can assist with parallel computing for high-performance applications.

"Many enterprises are focusing on transforming their IT assets into reusable services and how to leverage the benefits of agility and flexibility of an SOA without sacrificing high performance," said Leonard, one of the leading creators of SCA products and a member of the steering committee for the SCA standard at the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS), the focal point for development of the SCA specification. "With the next stage of hardware slated to come out, the SCA standard provides an excellent programming model for moving service-based applications to multi-core hardware and being able to tap the leap in performance."

Leonard will be taking questions alongside other leaders in SCA including: David Chappell, VP and Chief Technologies, SOA, Mike Edwards of IBM, Steve Jones of Capgemini UK, Mark Little of RedHat, Sanjay Patil of SAP AG, Michael Rowley of BEA Systems, Scott Vorthmann of TIBCO Software Inc. and Peter Walker of Sun Microsystems, Inc. Rogue Wave's HydraSCA is the first commercially available run-time that supports the SCA specification for multiple programming languages including Java and C++, enabling a repeatable model for service enablement in high-performance application environments.

2008 JavaOne

At the 2008 JavaOne Conference in San Francisco, California, on May 6 through 9, developers and consumers alike will exchange information and ideas about the converging technology-enabled digital network that lets information flow between mobile devices, computers, televisions, and automobile screens. The Java Platform continues to be the platform that is capable of scaling content and providing rich user experiences on any device.

For more information of the panel session "Open Standards for SOA and Java™ Technology," please visit https://www28.cplan.com/cc191/session_details.jsp?isid=295188&ilocation_id=191-1&ilanguage=english.

About Rogue Wave

Rogue Wave Software, Inc. is the leading provider of enterprise class C++ components and infrastructure that enable organizations to build and deploy high performance applications. Only Rogue Wave provides the most complete C++ technology stack including C++ components, UI components, run-time infrastructure, and services. Today, thousands of organizations worldwide have chosen Rogue Wave. For more information, visit www.roguewave.com.

Rogue Wave is a registered trademark of Rogue Wave Software, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other company and product names mentioned may be trademarks of the companies with which they are associated.

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