The standard Java Business Integration (JBI), implemented by the Open Source OpenESB project by Sun Microsystems, introduces a great flexibility in the development of SOA-oriented applications. By means of add-ons included in the NetBeans platform, web services can be integrated and developers can build, by a visual approach, composed applications based in BPEL, which can be deployed on the Open Source Java EE Glassfish platform. This tutorial will show how to build a new service inside the NetBeans platform, on the base of the existing assets. Moreover, the tutorial will provide a preview of the Mural project, based on the OpenESB and NetBeans platforms, which allows to face Master Data Management projects.
Corrado De Bari has graduated in Computer Science at University of Bari and has a Master in Information Technology at CEFRIEL Institute of Milan. He has worked in software development and systems design for several companies like Olivetti Ricerca, SIA, Unisys and Telecom Italia Mobile. He has been hired in 2000 by Sun Microsystems Italia and currently works for Global Sales Engineering Practice and is focused on pre-sales activities to push overall Sun's portfolio to large accounts. He designs portals and ESB infrastructure, defines implementation plan and manages proof-of-concepts.
He also holds the role of Software Environement & Java Technology Ambassador for Italy; as ambassador he is requested to cooperate with Corporate Engineering to guarantee that local departments of Sun Microsystems, partners and customers are updated about Sun's Software & Java proposition. He also collects and qualifies requests from field to add new features to Sun's software product.