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Enterprise Web 2.0 with EGL

Ben Margolis


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  • This book shows a way forward in the development of secure enterprise software. The authors describe the business implications of Web 2.0--a set of techniques for user collaboration on the Web--and describe how the EGL computer language makes developers more productive, protects a company's investment in existing software, and facilitates use of Rich Internet Applications.

    In addition, the book provides an overview of Web security. Enterprise Web 2.0 with EGL introduces a variety of concepts that are essential for understanding modern computing, including service-oriented architecture, cloud computing, and agile development; demonstrates how EGL handles widespread requirements such as service creation, database access, and reporting; and outlines the runtime technologies supported by EGL, including Java Enterprise Edition, Windows, IBM i, Unix, and the mainframe environments CICS, IMS, and z/OS batch.

    Enterprise Web 2.0 with EGL is useful for:

    • Executives-managers-and architects who seek a creative-long-term response to the complexity of application development
    • Traditional developers who need to access the latest runtime technologies
    • Students of information technology
  • Ben Margolis is an IBM Advisory Writer with more than 20 years of experience as a writer and programmer.

    Danny Allan is the Director of Security Research at IBM Rational.
  • Item Number: 5107
    Author Name: Ben Margolis
    Publication Date: May 1, 2009
    Edition: First
    Pages: 333
    ISBN-10: 1583470913
    ISBN-13: 9781583470916
    Format: Paperback
    Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.8 x 9 inches
    Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
    Language: English

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