Intel and Oracle at Oracle Open World 2009

Hello All -

I just wanted to send out a little note that I'll be at Oracle Open World next week at Moscone Center in San Francisco on October 12th, 13th and 14th.

We've got a demonstration setup that uses Oracle(R) SOA Suite 11G and Intel(R) SOA Expressway. The demo shows how you can deploy SOA Expressway as an edge security gateway to offload security processing and provide threat protection for application level attacks. We'll have SOA Expressway and Oracle SOA Suite running side-by-side on some monster laptops running on 64-bit Linux. We also plan to have a demo of Oracle Entitlements Server (OES) to demonstrate how authorization decisions can be pushed to the network edge.

You can visit the Intel software website for more information on Intel(R) SOA Expressway and Oracle's website for more information Oracle(R) SOA Suite.

Posted by Blake Dournaee on 6:13 PM 2 comments


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I have been working in the XML/SOA and security space for about 10 years. I currently work at Intel Corporation in their software group. I wrote the first book on XML Security and am a co-author of SOA Demystified from Intel Press. My interests are an eclectic mix of computing, security, business, technology and philosophy