San Francisco Bay Area ACM Chapter Meeting
Chief Technical Strategist
Advanced Technical Strategy, Inc
will speak to us about
Advanced Capabilities and Benefits of Distributed Object Technology
On: Monday, February 12, 1996
Where: Hewlett Packard, Pruneridge and Wolfe,Cupertino, Bldg. 48, Oak Room
Time: 6:30 p.m. Refreshments 7:00 p.m. Speaker
Free and open to all who wish to attend.
Object Request Brokers (ORB's) have been described as providing the plumbing which ties together advanced distributed applications. This session covers the technological evolution of ORB's and touches on how they may be used to solve many of the advanced mission critical problems typically experienced in large scale distributed business systems.
- The Corporate Information Highway.
- Introduction to OMG CORBA
- Dynamic distributed database replication with instant recovery.
- Fault tolerance with standard hardware.
- Beyond the performance and scaleability limitations of existing technology.
- Find out how you can use Distributed Object technology in you applications.
Clive Boustred has held senior positions and consulting engagements with numerous corporations such as Sun Microsystems (Senior Technical Strategist), General Electric (Director PC and Open Systems Group), Teknekron Software Systems (Director Technical Strategy), Hitachi Data Systems (Senior Strategist), Sequent (Systems Analyst), NCR (Senior Consultant), SCO (Systems Engineer), AutoDesk (Senior Consultant), Intuit (Senior Technical Strategist), Thyssen (Senior Consultant), etc. where he has primarily been involved in the development of Corporate Computerization Strategies. Clive specializes in Distributed Systems, CASE and Networking and is responsible for providing the vision for many highly advanced systems and some of the largest Distributed Object implementations to date.
Clive is a dynamic speaker and brings with him a considerable breadth and depth of knowledge and experience in numerous advanced technologies, providing a refreshing view of complex domains. His ability to explain the most complex technologies in straight-forward terms has helped many managers re-architect their strategic direction.
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