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W4_3_IT Infrastruc - IT and Infrastructure 2 IClick toComputing in IE E 332 edit Master subtitle style Ji Soo Yi [email protected] Announcements Exam

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/28/10 IE 332: Computing in IE 2/5/2010 Ji Soo Yi [email protected] IT and Infrastructure 2
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9/28/10 Announcements Exam 1 Preview will be at the end of class HW #2 Due 2/12/2010, 12pm However, it will be included for Exam 1.
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9/28/10 Software Trends and Open-source Software Java? Enterprise software Web services Mashups and web-based software applications
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9/28/10 Open-source software Linux Created in 6% of newly shipped PC (2005) over 20% of newly shipped PC by 2010 (Bulkeley, 2004) Apache Firefox / Thunderbird
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9/28/10 OS Market Share Any guess?
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9/28/10 OS Market Share
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9/28/10 Java? A computer language, created by Jame Gosling at Sun Microsystems in 1992 Motto: “Write once, and run everywhere” through Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Still C++
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9/28/10 Enterprise Software Integration of legacy system and newer Web-based applications: Big Issue Middleware: connects two applications Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) software
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9/28/10 Enterprise Software Web Services Software components that exchange information using Web standards and languages XML: Extensible Markup Language More powerful and flexible than HTML Tagging allows computers to process data automatically
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9/28/10 Enterprise Software SOA: Service-oriented architecture Set of self-contained services that communicate with each other to create a working software application Software developers reuse these services in other combinations to assemble other applications as needed Example: an “invoice service” to serve whole
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