Find out how open source connectors such as Snap Logic are enabling interconnection and collaboration between formerly disparate applications.
There’s lots of great open source apps out there. You might even feel there are too many. What’s needed is a way to coordinate these applications and create a cohesive infrastructure for your enterprise. Using virtualization it’s easier than ever to get the apps you need, get them running, and with great open source products such as Snap Logic, connect them so that your islands of information become a collective pool of knowledge.
This is a live demo presentation showing how real applications can be connected to get real, useful data out of one and into another.
David has worked in IT since 1997 in a variety of roles from network administrator at an ISP to code monkey at a large corporation to a solo consultant and entrepreneur. He currently works as a software engineer at JumpBox, a Phoenix based product development company specializing in virtualization. David’s primary interests are in making development easier through better tools and education. His projects include the Monkeybars GUI library the Rawr packaging tool, and the Gemini game engine, all JRuby based. David has also been active in education, speaking frequently at local tech events like the Desert Code Camp as well as national events such as SXSW, Java One and RubyConf. He currently teaches software development courses at the Art Institute of Phoenix.