Open Integration with AMQP
Date: December 14, 2006
12:00 pm US Eastern
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Debbie Moynihan, Director, FUSE Community & Marketing, Progress Software (bio)
John O'Hara, VP and Distinguished Engineer, JPMorgan Chase (bio)
Joe McKendrick, ebizQ Contributor
The Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) is an open specification for pervasive, message-oriented integration. It provides an open specification for both the broker capabilities and the wire-level format for asynchronous, secure, portable and efficient integration. Though many networking protocol scenarios have been addressed with open standards, a large gap existed in common guaranteed-delivery messaging middleware. Such middleware is a necessary utility; it underpins mission-critical IT systems and plays a key role in automating business processes in medium and large organizations. The AMQP specification fills the gap and enables complete interoperability for messaging middleware by addressing both the network protocol and the semantics of the broker services. AMQP is being developed by The AMQP Working Group consisting of both users and vendors, and AMQP is also being implemented today in open source software.
John O'Hara, VP and Distinguished Engineer at JPMorgan Chase, will provide an introduction to AMQP and the value of an open standard for message-oriented integration. Debbie Moynihan, Director of Open Source with IONA Technologies, will discuss how the AMQP protocol is being implemented in open source software today. Attendees of this webcast will learn about AMQP and the value of this new open integration standard.
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Featured Speaker Bios:
Debbie Moynihan is responsible for expanding user adoption and growing the revenues of the FUSE open source business unit. Manage the FUSE Marketing team and budget including product marketing, demand generation, and web marketing to achieve our business objectives. Leverage communities, social media, Google and other viral marketing techniques to grow popularity of FUSE, which has completed a record quarter for Q12009. Act as key spokesperson with press and analysts, including March 2009 coverage in NY Times. Responsible for the community site, web-site, and other technology infrastructure that is instrumental to our growth.
Debbie earned her BS in Mechanical Engineering from the MIT School of Engineering and her MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
John R O'Hara, a vice president and distinguished engineer in the JPMorgan investment bank technology division in London. He has over 15 years of commercial computing experience and has successfully delivered many large scale technology projects at the bank across the firm's business lines including Equities, Futures & Options, Prime Brokerage, Rates and Fixed Income. John is currently Senior Architect in the firms Architecture group, and also Chairs the AMQP Working Group ( www.amqp.org). John graduated with a BSc Honors degree in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering from Aston University.