***Don't Miss SunSoft's Developer & Networking Conference***

***Don't Miss SunSoft's Developer & Networking Conference***

Post by Mdsaba » Tue, 26 Mar 1996 04:00:00



Plug in ...
     ... to the power of the Internet
   ... with the latest SunSoft technologies

     1996 SUNSOFT TECHNOLOGY EXCHANGE

  A Developer and Networking Conference
     from SunSoft, the Internet Software Company

   April 17-18 San Jose
     May 15-16 Boston

Hear from the leaders in network computing innovation, and plug into
the knowledge you need to:
 * Build and deploy Internet applications
 * Use network objects and new development tools
 * Manage the secure enterprise
 * Turn your TCP/IP network into a corporate Internet

Save 50% on SunSoft Products!

Register early, save $100, and get a cool Java gift!

Learn How the Internet is Changing the Face of the Network

Led by the innovations of open systems -- ONC(tm), NFS(tm) and now
Sun's Java(tm) -- companies are plugging into the power of the Internet
for their network computing needs. Businesses are extending their
corporate information systems into Intranets, using the technologies of
the Internet to deliver dynamic, Web-based applications and easy access
to global information and resources.

For software developers, network architects, and systems
administrators, the shift to Internet-based computing has a profound
impact on the way applications are developed, deployed, and managed. To
remain competitive, you need to understand how to apply these new
Internet and Intranet technologies to your applications.

Connect with SunSoft, the Internet Software Company

Find out more about building Internet applications and get the tools
you need at the SunSoft Technology Exchange. This two-day conference is
your opportunity to connect with SunSoft, the company that pioneered
many of the technologies that make Internet and Intranet computing
possible. You can even walk away with SunSoft's hottest products for 50%
off the list price.

   CONFERENCE TRACKS AND SESSIONS

Four comprehensive conference tracks show you how to create
client/server applications with the most powerful operating environment
for the Web, work with SunSoft's award-winning development tools, and
simplify network administration with Solstice enterprise management
technologies.

For more details on conference sessions, check out the SunSoft
Technology Exchange page on the World Wide Web at
http://www.sun.com/sunsoft/events/tech.html

TRACK 1: SOLARIS OPERATING ENVIRONMENT: THE FOUNDATION FOR INTERNET
COMPUTING
With scalable, reliable, and secure networking services from servers to
desktop clients, Solaris is the leading software foundation for
Internet and Intranet computing. Learn how to integrate Solaris into
your solutions for the Internet by using global naming services,
messaging, and shared resources for a secure environment.

Sessions:
SPG1.  Java Imaging Using Native Solaris Methods
Because Java binary files cannot be tuned for a specific compute
environment, it is sometimes advantageous to write certain
functionality in another language, then link that code to the Java
application through native methods. In this session, you'll learn how
to use native methods to access the Solaris XIL imaging libraries to
take advantage of hardware video acceleration on the host platform.
With this technique, you can optimize the performance and functionality
of your Java applications.

SPG2.   The Solaris Client: NEO, Java, and the Common Desktop
 Environment (CDE) Java, NEO, CDE -- which approach is best for your
applications? This session describes the main architectural components of
each
environment, how they work together, and how to decide which technology
or combination of technologies is best for your Internet and Intranet
clients.

SPG3.  Develop Applications and Manage 64-bit Environments
Start taking advantage of new 64-bit features in Solaris, and learn to
manage mixed 32-bit and 64-bit enviroments. This session describes the
recently standardized 64-bit APIs and new Solaris features that will
help you create high-performance, scalable 64-bit applications. It also
covers how to manage systems that have a combination of 32-bit and
64-bit binaries and data, and how to manage a mixture of 32-bit and
64-bit Solaris systems in a network.

SPG4.  Global Naming and Filing Services (NIS+, XFN, NFS)
Solaris 2.5 includes major developments in networking technologies.
Learn how to incorporate Federated Naming and new NIS+ and NFS features
into your applications to enhance application portability, usability,
and security across diverse global networks.

SPG5.  Maximizing Web Server Performance
You never know what to expect from your Web server. Traffic can double
overnight, or it may grow steadily over a long period. This session
takes a detailed look at how to track server loads and traffic trends,
what the numbers mean, and what you can do when you get an overload.
You'll also hear about a lightweight Web server performance monitor
with a Java-based front-end.

SPG6.  Wabi and Wabi Server Enhancements
Recent enhancements have greatly improved the performance and
functionality of  Wabi and Wabi Server. Systems administrators and
network planners attending this session will learn how easy it is to
provide a Pentium-class performance and a low-maintenance Microsoft
Windows application environment on low-end Solaris SPARC and Solaris
Intel desktops.

TRACK 2: BUILDING THE CORPORATE WEB
How can you turn your business computing network into a Corporate Web?
Learn how to rapidly prototype and deploy Internet-enabled applications
using Solaris, the distributed services NEO environment, and Joe,
integrating Java applets and NEO back-end services.

Sessions:
OP1.  The Corporate Web Model: Java, NEO, and the Universal Client
Learn how to integrate legacy business applications and the power of
the Internet into a unified corporate Intranet. Using Java, Solaris
NEO, and Joe, you can build client-side Java applications that directly
tap into existing business computing infrastructures.

OP2.  Building Networked Objects and Shared Applications
Multi-tier applications bring the benefits of client/server computing
and object-oriented programming into enterprise-level applications.
With SunSoft WorkShop NEO, you can develop the shared services and
networked objects required by multi-tier applications to link core
business applications to a variety of front-ends, for better
information access across the enterprise.

OP3.  Rapid Application Development Using OpenStep and WorkShop NEO
Learn to use the OpenStep API to simplify development of GUI-based NEO
client applications for Solaris. SunSoft WorkShop NEO includes OpenStep
development tools which enable programmers to import NEO objects into
applications and visually connect NEO objects to an OpenStep GUI which
is compatible with the Solaris Common Desktop Environment.

OP4. SunSoft NEO Interoperability with OLE and Third-party ORBs
The Inter-ORB Protocol (IOP) provides a standard for sharing objects
across platforms, operating systems, and languages. This session
discusses how to use NEO networked objects to communicate across
platforms and with OLE objects.

OP5.  SunSoft NEO Technology Fundamentals
Get an inside look at Solaris NEO, the binary-compatible Solaris
runtime environment for NEO applications. This session covers the NEO
Network, including the network object infrastructure, object request
broker, and object services, and NEO Services, the shared services
model which enables applications to search for, manage, and share
resources across the network.

TRACK 3: MASTERING THE NEXT GENERATION OF DEVELOPER TOOLS
SunSoft has enhanced its SunSoft WorkShop family of professional
software development tools to support visual, networked-object, and
Java applications development. Find out how these award-winning tools
can help you write the right code fast.

Sessions:
DT1.  Development Using Java WorkShop
Learn how easy it is to add Java applets to Web pages with SunSoft Java
WorkShop. This session walks you through each step of modifying Web
applications to add Java functionality, then re-deploying those
enhanced pages on the Web.

DT2.  Using Auto-parallelizing C Compilers
New types of tools are required to fully exploit the power of shared
memory multiprocessor systems. This talk provides a user-oriented
technical overview of the automatic code parallelization tools now
available in the SunSoft WorkShop for C/C++suite, and shows you how to
get the best performance from these tools.

DT3.  GUI Development with SunSoft Visual WorkShop for C++
This session presents an overview of development tools and techniques
for creating Motif applications under Solaris.  Learn how to
effectively use the SunSoft Visual Workshop tools, tap into third-party
widgets, and deploy Motif applications across mutliple platforms.

DT4.  Group Development Using TeamWare
Pick up tips and techniques on how to streamline your development work
and produce high-quality applications faster. This session will show
you how to use the SPARCworks and ProWorks TeamWare products to
collaborate, manage project schedules, and integrate development
processes, using real examples gleaned from SunSoft's own work on the
development of Java-based programming tools, the Solaris operating
system, and SunSoft's Web sites.

DT5.  Building High-performance Applications
With the increased performance of networked workstations and servers,
high-performance computing applications are moving from the
supercomputer to the desktop. Learn how to use new SunSoft Performance
WorkShop tools to develop, debug, and tune your high-performance
computing applications. The session includes specifics tips for tuning
for UltraSPARC based machines and utilizing the highly-optimized
algorithms in the SunSoft Performance Library.

TRACK 4: MANAGING ENTERPRISE NETWORK COMPLEXITY
Enterprise networks rely on a variety of methods and systems for access
and management. Let us show you how to reduce the complexity of network
management, build safe network environments and provide secure network
access.

Sessions:
ENP1.  Application Development Using Solstice Enterprise Manager
 Portable Management Interface (PMI)
If you're developing distributed network management applications, this
session is for you. Learn to use the object-oriented Solaris Enterprise
Manager PMI to simplify initialization and connection to agents in a
network, share access to object instance information, determine
relationships between managed objects, and more.

ENP2.   Making Login Services Independent of Authentication Technologies
Security is critical to the corporate Intranet. Learn how to add
authentication services into existing environments without changing
system login services. The Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM)
framework enables you to unify login services across an environment
with multiple authentication services, such as RSA, DCE, Kerberos,
S/Key, and smart card systems. Common Desktop Environment (CDE) vendors
have already accepted the PAM API as a standard interface for unified
login services.

ENP3.  Building Internet Servers and Gateways
This session covers the newest technical solutions for establishing
Internet gateways and connecting to Internet service providers. See how
you can simplify connection to the Internet and manage extremely
large-scale Internet servers. The talk includes a discussion on virtual
domains, user management, and server configurations.

ENP4.  Using PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) for Internet Security
PGP has become a de facto standard encryption technology for protecting
e-mail, netnews posts, and other communications. This talk describes
SunSoft's current development work with Phil Zimmerman, creator of PGP,
to enhance PGP. The new version, PGP3, will provide more tools for user
security and an application programming interface, so you can include
PGP technology in your applications.

ENP5.  Planning and Implementing Messaging Systems with IMAP4
 (Internet Messaging Access Protocol Version 4)
The IMAP4 protocol offers significant benefits in terms of messaging
reliability and the support for mobile and disconnected clients. This
session teaches network managers and administrators how to plan for and
implement a store-and-forward messaging system using IMAP4 for their
Internet and Intranet environments.

GENERAL SESSIONS

Building Solaris Applications That Last from Rev to Rev
Technology changes, but you can design your application to ensure
forward-compatibility. SunSoft Chief Scientist Rob Gingell describes
tools and techniques for creating applications that can migrate to
future versions of Solaris without change. The discussion also focuses
on tradeoffs between compatibility and other factors, such as
performance and portability. You will learn the specifics on what to do
and how to do it so that your application last for years on Solaris.

Java: "Just In Time" Innovation
The Internet has existed for years, yet suddenly companies are racing
to include the Internet in their information technology
infrastructures. What has happened to cause this paradigm shift in
computing, and how can you plan your development strategy to take
advantage of it? Miko Matsumura, Java Evangelist, will discuss the boom
of the Internet/Intranet industry and how Java technology will shape
its future.

Computing in the Year 2004
People cannot be expected to ride the information highways of the new
millenium in a 1984 car, and yet that's how long it has been since we
have made fundamental changes to our current visual interfaces. Today's
interfaces struggle to make sense of the contents of a 100Mbyte hard
disk. What will happen in a decade when people have instant access to
the 100 million documents that comprise the Library of Congress? GUI
visionary Bruce "Tog" Toganazzini describes the interface evolution
that must take place in the next few years to keep pace with the
demands of this new Information Age.

 REGISTER NOW, SAVE $100, AND GET A COOL JAVA GIFT!
This year, you have even more opportunities to hear about SunSoft's
powerful technologies for developing network-enabled applications.
SunSoft is taking its annual developer and networking conference on the
road. You can attend the SunSoft Technology Exchange in the location
most convenient for you.

Save $100 off the full conference price when you register by March 29
for the San Jose conference, or by April 16 for the Boston conference.
Plus, you'll receive a cool Java gift, just for registering early!

  EXTRAS! DAY CAMPS ON JAVA AND OBJECTS

JAVA CAMP
April 16 and 19 in San Jose
May 14 and 17 in Boston

Spend a day with Java experts and discover how the object-based Java
language can add new dimensions to your applications. Java Camp is for
object-oriented programmers who want to quickly learn the basics of
Java. Create your own Java applet, master principles for building fully
interactive multimedia applications, and learn how to apply Java to
maximize network performance and Internet security for your
applications.

JOE CAMP
April 16 and 19 in San Jose
May 14 and 17 in Boston
Sign up for the Joe Camp and find out how to make your applications
fully distributed and interoperable. Joe is SunSoft's new technology for
brokering communications between Java-enabled browsers and
object-oriented back-end applications. Learn how to use the Solaris NEO
environment to incorporate language and location independence, and how
Joe technology can help you build flexible, dynamic applications to
match changing customer requirements. This one-day technical session is
best suited for object-oriented programmers who already have experience
working with Java.

   4 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

Online: http://www.sun.com/sunsoft/events/tech.html
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Phone: 1-800-638-7576  or 1-800-870-0098 (in the U.S.)
 408-363-9396 (outside the U.S.)

Fax: Complete the registration form below and fax to
 408-972-8945

Mail: Send completed registration form to
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 San Jose, CA 95119-1344
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SUNSOFT TECHNOLOGY EXCHANGE
San Jose Convention Center  Hynes Convention Center
San Jose, California   Boston, Massachusetts
[ ] April 17-18 $499 $______  [ ] May 15-16 $499 $______
$399 before March 29   $399 before April 16

JAVA CAMP
San Jose    Boston
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[ ] April 19 $225 $______  [ ] May 17 $225 $______

JOE CAMP
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(c) 1996 Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sun, SunSoft, the SunSoft logo and
Java, ONC, Solaris, SunSoft WorkShop, Solaris NEO, Joe, Solstice, NFS,
Wabi, NEo, SunSoft Visual WorkShop, and SunSoft Performance WorkShop
are  trademarks  of Sun Microsystems, Inc. All other products or
services mentioned herein are trademarks of their respective owners.

 
 
 

1. SunSoft Developer & Networking Conference - Early Bird Deadline

Plug in ...
     ... to the power of the Internet
   ... with the latest SunSoft technologies

     1996 SUNSOFT TECHNOLOGY EXCHANGE

  A Developer and Networking Conference
     from SunSoft, the Internet Software Company

   April 17-18 San Jose
     May 15-16 Boston

Register by March 29, save $100, and get a cool Java gift!

Save 50% on SunSoft Products!

Hear from the leaders in network computing innovation, and plug into
the knowledge you need to:
 * Build and deploy Internet applications
 * Use network objects and new development tools
 * Manage the secure enterprise
 * Turn your TCP/IP network into a corporate Internet

Learn How the Internet is Changing the Face of the Network

Led by the innovations of open systems -- ONC(tm), NFS(tm) and now
Sun's Java(tm) -- companies are plugging into the power of the Internet
for their network computing needs. Businesses are extending their
corporate information systems into Intranets, using the technologies of
the Internet to deliver dynamic, Web-based applications and easy access
to global information and resources.

For software developers, network architects, and systems
administrators, the shift to Internet-based computing has a profound
impact on the way applications are developed, deployed, and managed. To
remain competitive, you need to understand how to apply these new
Internet and Intranet technologies to your applications.

Connect with SunSoft, the Internet Software Company

Find out more about building Internet applications and get the tools
you need at the SunSoft Technology Exchange. This two-day conference is
your opportunity to connect with SunSoft, the company that pioneered
many of the technologies that make Internet and Intranet computing
possible. You can even walk away with SunSoft's hottest products for 50%
off the list price.

   CONFERENCE TRACKS AND SESSIONS

Four comprehensive conference tracks show you how to create
client/server applications with the most powerful operating environment
for the Web, work with SunSoft's award-winning development tools, and
simplify network administration with Solstice enterprise management
technologies.

For more details on conference sessions, check out the SunSoft
Technology Exchange page on the World Wide Web at
http://www.sun.com/sunsoft/events/tech.html

   EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

Online: http://www.sun.com/sunsoft/events/tech.html
 (Payment secured through credit card encryption)

Phone: 1-800-870-0098 or 1-800-638-7576 (in the U.S.)
 408-363-9396 (outside the U.S.)

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