Next month, Talend's engineers are hitting the road. Their destination: ApacheCon North America 2011 in beautiful Vancouver, BC.
Since its inception in 1998, ApacheCon has been the premier gathering for developers building open source software The Apache Way. Talend is proud to support the Apache community, and has been given the honor of contributing content to this year's conference.
On Thursday, November 10 at 2:30pm, Dan Kulp and Hadrian Zbarcea will share a practical approach to developing distributed applications in their talk: An Interactive Example of Enterprise SOA, Apache Style.
Later that day, Dan Kulp will show how Apache projects such as CXF, WSS4J, Camel, and Karaf can work together to provide a complete security solution for services in Security Problems (and Solutions) for Service Oriented Applications.
On Friday, November 11 at 2:00pm, Jean-Baptiste Onofre will share how to deploy reusable components in a large network environments during his Deployment With Apache Karaf and ACE talk.
Finally, I, Ross Turk, will talk about how companies and communities interact in the Business of Open Source panel discussion at 1:30pm on Wednesday, November 9.
We hope to see you there!