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Anjali Anagol-Subbarao is a Chief Architect, IDM working on Identity Management and SOA. Anjali has led the first SOA/Web services implementation at HP for enabling real-time order fulfillment of personal computer products through online retail channels. She is the author of the book on SOA/Web services published through Prentice Hall and HP Books. She has four patents pending in Web services. Anjali has spoken at many industry events and has written numerous technical papers on SOA. She has worked in the IT industry for 12 years in architecting IT solutions in the areas of SAP, J2EE, SOA/Web services, Identity Management area.
Ar Foll, Fulup
Fulup Ar Foll holds a master from the French Military School in Computer Science. Before joining Sun, Fulup was a research engineer for 10 years on distributed technologies for the French Department of Defense and taught Internet and Java technologies during six years at South Brittany University. For Sun he as been the lead Internet Architect for many projects related to European Telecoms operators (France Telecom, Orange, Vodafone, Telefonica, Turkcell, T-Systems, ...), as well as for other strong Identity and security infrastructure users such as Bank and Government. In the recent past, he helped France & Norway to move toward Liberty Alliance Federated model. He is currently master architect inside Sun global software practice and focus on high scale federated identity problematic. He represents Sun software customer service group inside Liberty Technology Expert Group standardization comity, and inside OMA (Open Mobile Alliance) MWS (Mobile Web Services) group and works as lead architect for major identity projects at a worldwide level.
William Barnhill joined Booz Allen Hamilton in 2004. He specializes in leveraging emerging XML technologies for government applications and also is responsible for establishing processes and strategies for the design and implementation of net-centric solutions using Web services. Bill has over 15 years experience in software engineering, ranging from low level as an embedded systems developer, to high level as a Windows desktop application developer, web designer, systems integrator, and enterprise architect. Since 2000, Bill has increasingly focused on Web services; particularly on interoperating Web services to work with each other and with legacy systems. He is a founding member of the OASIS XDI TC, and a member of the OASIS XRI, WSBPEL, and SOA-RM TCs, as well as a member of the OASIS Technical Advisory Board.
Charlton Barreto is an Architect and Designer for Automation and Business Process Management Products, which manage the execution of long-running distributed processes using service-oriented technologies. After obtaining a B.S. (in math and computer science) at UC Berkeley and a Ph.D. (in distributed management) at Columbia University, Charlton went on to work on distributed systems R&D at Lawrence Livermore National Labs, and then at a number of high-technology start-ups. Returning to California to work at Visigenic, later acquired by Borland, he developed CORBA (ORB and OTS) and J2EE (EJB, J2EE Connectors, technologies and standards. At webMethods and Adobe, Charlton translated that experience into extensive research and development of Web service, workflow, orchestration and choreography products and standards. He is an active in a number of W3C and OASIS Web services initiatives, and present regularly on Web services and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).
Peter Borresen is a professional responsible for public electronic procurement standards. Peter was the editor of the UBL Procurement Subcommittee. He holds a master degree in Computer Engineering from Aalborg University from 1993 and has more that 12 years of development experience from various consulting companies.
Michael Brauer is a Technical Architect in the OpenOffice.org/StarOffice development team at Sun Microsystems, focusing on the use of XML technologies within office applications and on OpenDocument. He joined the OpenOffice.org/StarOffice development team in 1995, is the leader of the OpenOffice.org XML Project, which created the OpenOffice.org XML file format, and a co-leader of the OpenOffice.org ODF Toolkit project. Michael also is the chair of the OASIS OpenDocument Technical Committee.
Peter Brown is Chair of the eGovernment Focus Group set up by the European standards agency, CEN, and until July 2006 was Senior Expert on eGovernment Strategy in the Austrian Federal Chancellery, where he worked on pan-European eGovernment services, electronic identity management and EU "Information Society" policies. Peter's new company, Pensive.eu, is researching user-centred identity management solutions and semantic Web technologies. Peter is an author and was a co-editor of the OASIS Reference Model for Service Oriented Architecture. Chapman, Martin Martin Chapman, Ph.D., joined Oracle Corporation in 2002 where he holds the position of Consulting Member Technical Staff and focuses on Web Services standards activities. This role has involved him in a plethora of Web service activities within W3C, OASIS, WS-I, and ISO. He currently chairs the W3C Web Services Choreography Working Group and the OASIS Web Services Composite Application Framework TC. Martin gained a Ph.D. in Distributed Computing from Oxford Polytechnic and Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK, in 1989. From 1989 to 1996 he worked at BT Laboratories, Martlesham Heath, UK, where his principal task was in applying distributed object technology to the telecommunications industry. He joined IONA Technologies in 1996 and served as their prime representative to the OMG. During that time he authored several CORBA specifications and was elected to be a member of the OMG Architecture Board. His term on the TAB extends to July 2007. Cox, William William Cox, Ph.D., has developed enterprise product architectures for Bell Labs, Unix System Labs, Novell, and BEA, and has done related work in OASIS, ebXML, the Java Community Process, OMG, and the IEEE, often working at the boundaries between technology and business requirements. He was lead architect for Unix System V Release 4 and of follow-on highly scalable and secure Unix systems, service-oriented architectures and directory APIs for Novell, Web services and XML messaging and transaction systems, and other enterprise software. He earned a Ph.D. and M.S. in Computer Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is an elected member of the OASIS Technical Advisory Board.
Pete Brunet is a Senior Software Engineer in the IBM Software Group and member of the OASIS ODF Accessibility Subcommittee. He has been a primary developer or team lead on accessibility products including the IAccessible2 accessibility interface, Home Page Reader, the IBM Java Self-Voicing Development Kit, and several products for users with speech, hearing, and cognitive disabilities. Prior to developing accessibility products, Pete developed robotics control language interpreters and compiler runtime libraries. He holds a BSECE degree from the University of Michigan and an MASCS degree from Florida Atlantic University.
Martin Chapman, Ph.D., joined Oracle Corporation in 2002 where he holds the position of Consulting Member Technical Staff and focuses on Web Services standards activities. This role has involved him in a plethora of web service activities within W3C, OASIS, WS-I, and ISO. He currently chairs the W3C Web Services Choreography Working Group and the OASIS Web Services Composite Application Framework TC. Martin gained a Ph.D. in Distributed Computing from Oxford Polytechnic and Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK, in 1989. From 1989 to 1996 he worked at BT Laboratories, Martlesham Heath, UK, where his principal task was in applying distributed object technology to the telecommunications industry. He joined IONA Technologies in 1996 and served as their prime representative to the OMG. During that time he authored several CORBA specifications and was elected to be a member of the OMG Architecture Board. His term on the TAB extends to July 2007.
As a Strategic Advisor for Industry Initiatives and Standards, Alan Clark enjoys his role within the office of the CTO for Novell's Open Platform Services. He currently participates on several technical committees, work groups, steering committees and Board of Directors for several industry forums. Within OASIS, Alan participates on the ODF Adoption technical committee promoting the adoption of ODF. A principal portion of Alan's career has been devoted to the research and development of distributed multi-platform server services. His experience is in file systems, Directory Services, LDAP Services, Object Databases, Security, Developer Interfaces, Web Services, Network Protocols and more.
William Cox, Ph.D., has developed enterprise product architectures for Bell Labs, Unix System Labs, Novell, and BEA, and has done related work in OASIS, ebXML, the Java Community Process, OMG, and the IEEE, often working at the boundaries between technology and business requirements.. He was lead architect for Unix System V Release 4 and of follow-on highly scalable and secure Unix systems, service-oriented architectures and directory APIs for Novell, Web services and XML messaging and transaction systems, and other enterprise software. He earned a Ph.D. and M.S. in Computer Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Today Bill concentrates on Transaction technologies, portal technologies, XML, Web services, and Java expressions of those standards. He is a member of the OASIS WSRP, Business Transaction, and eGovernment TCs and a past member of the Java Community Process Executive Committee and the OMG Board. He is a co-author of the Business Transaction Processing Primer and of WS-Transaction and WS-Coordination. His term on the TAB extends to July in 2007.
Rik Drummond has led the company's technical and research strategies while steering DGI to constant growth and innovation. He is a widely respected authority in the eBusiness industry and has been a driving force in the technical standards bodies and vertical industry groups supporting B2B commerce. Drummond also has been instrumental in the development of XML, EDI, EDI over the Internet (EDI-INT) and electronic messaging. In addition, Rik currently serves as chairman of 13 on the GridWise Architecture Council. GridWise is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) task group focused on defining the next generation of information systems for the national electrical generation and distribution power grids. He also serves as chairperson for "Secure EDI over the Internet (AS1 & AS2)," an IETF workgroup with more than 400 members, and leads the Work Group for the ebXML messaging standard, an initiative organized through the United Nations and OASIS. Rik also serves as editor for the UN/CEFACT Technologies and Methodologies Work Group. His vision, business acumen and candor have made him a popular speaker at conferences worldwide and as an expert contributor for major publications on EDI/XML, EAI, eBusiness trends, architecture and B2B strategies.
Eisenberg, J. David
J. David Eisenberg is an instructor at Evergreen Valley College in San Jose, CA. He is the author of OASIS OpenDocument Essentials and SVG Essentials. David has also written articles for XML.com and A List Apart. He is a member of the OpenDocument Fellowship.
Chris Ferris is a Senior Technical Staff Member in IBM's Software Standards Strategy group. He has been involved in the architecture, design, and engineering of distributed systems for most of his 25+ year career in IT and has been actively engaged in open standards development for XML and Web services since 1999. Chris is the former chair of the WS-I Basic Profile Working Group, that is responsible for the development of the WS-I Basic Profile and he represents IBM on the WS-I Board of Directors. He is chair of the W3C XML Protocols Working Group and co-chairs the W3C Web Services Policy WG. He represents IBM on the OASIS WS-RX TC. He is a former elected member of the OASIS Technical Advisory Board (TAB). Additionally, he is an author and editor of the WS-Reliable Messaging, WS-MTOM Policy Assertion, WSDL1.1 Binding for SOAP1.2 and SOAP1.1 Binding for MTOM 1.0 specifications and the IBM RAMP profile.
Chip Gettinger, Vice President, Services & Sales Support, joined Astoria Software early in its inception. He is currently involved with customer deployments of the Astoria On-Demand Content Management System using DITA as an informaiton model. Chip has 20 years experience working with content management tools. While at Xerox Corporation's Astoria software group in the mid-1990s, Chip provided technical sales consulting for XML content management support for direct and channel sales efforts. Chip has held management positions in sales, product marketing, training, course development and technical writing at Document Management Solutions, Harlequin, XyEnterprise and Agfa Corporation. He received his bachelor's degree in Graphic Arts Technology from Northern Illinois University.
Sri Gopalan is a Senior Consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton specializing in distributed computing technologies using the J2EE platform, Semantic Web technologies, Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA), Web Services Technologies (WS-*) and Web-based technology solutions. He has designed and implemented n-tier systems, spanning all phases of the software development life cycle. Sri currently works as a member of the Director of National Intelligence Chief Information Officer (DNI CIO) Intelligence Community Service Oriented Architecture (IC SOA) team which seeks to advance the effectiveness and reach of the information sharing initiatives within the IC using SOA and related technologies. On this team, he is the lead architect responsible for designing the reference architecture and service specifications as well as developing the reference implementations for the IC SOA Data Services architecture. The IC SOA Data Services architecture is intended to introduce enterprise-wide, cross-organizational data discovery, aggregation, access, and delivery capabilities.
Murty Gurajada is a Senior Software Architect in the XML-Centric Applications and Platforms team at Raining Data Corporation. He has been developing enterprise software for 12 years and has spent the last several years building and evangelizing innovations around SOA, BPM and Workflow platforms. He is a regular contributor of articles on SOA, BPM and XML published in JavaWorld and other magazines. Murty is an active participant in OASIS technical committees and is the editor of the BIAS specification. His past experience also includes developing software for Insurance, Brokerage and Financial companies.
Dr. JoAnn Hackos is President of Comtech Services, a content-management and information-design firm based in Denver, which she founded in 1978. She directs the Center for Information-Development Management (CIDM), a membership organization focused on content-management and information-development best practices. JoAnn is called upon by corporate executives worldwide to consult on strategies for content management, information design and development, organizational management, customer studies, information architecture, and tools and technology selection. JoAnn is a founder of the OASIS DITA Technical Committee and co-secretary of the DITA specification. She chairs the subcommittee on translation and is a member of the subcommittees on training and learning and on medical devices. She has been instrumental in promoting the growing popularity of the DITA model worldwide. For more than 25 years, JoAnn has addressed audiences internationally on subjects ranging from content management, project management, structured writing and minimal information products, usability studies, and online and Web-based information to managing the information design and development process. Her seminars are dedicated to enhancing the practices and products that will best promote customer satisfaction and increase productivity. She has authored Content Management for Dynamic Web Delivery (Wiley 2002), Managing Your Documentation Projects (Wiley 1994), Standards for Online Communication (Wiley 1997), and co-authored with Ginny Redish User and Task Analysis for Interface Design (Wiley 1998). JoAnn is a Fellow and Past President of the International Society for Technical Communication (STC). She is a founder with IBM of the OASIS Technical Committee for the DITA standard (Darwin Information Typing Architecture). Her latest book is Information Development: Managing your Documentation Projects, Portfolio, and People (Wiley 2007).
Mark Hapner is a Sun Distinguished Engineer and is currently SOA Strategist for Sun Software. He helps formulate Sun's SOA and composite application strategy spanning Java Standards, Web Service Standards and Sun products. He is also Sun's WS-I Board Member. Mark was previously Lead Architect for Java EE and was responsible for guiding the overall architecture of J2EE 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4.
John Harby is a participant in several OASIS Technical Committees and several JSR expert groups. He was a co-author of The Middleware Company SOA Blueprints Initiative. He is an independent consultant on SOA and middleware in enterprise scale projects. John has previously worked in product development for vendors including Oracle and BEA Systems.
Scott Hudson has over ten years experience in the management and deployment of structured markup and content management systems. His experience encompasses requirements definition, information architecture, content analysis, and solution design. He has extensive experience in XML, DTD and RelaxNG schema design, XSLT and other XML-related technologies. Scott is a senior consultant with Flatirons Solutions Corporation, a consulting and systems integration firm specializing in content management and XML-based publishing. Prior to joining Flatirons, Scott was an XML technologist, webmaster and technical writer for Sun Microsystems. Scott is an active member of both the OASIS DocBook and DITA Technical Committees. In his spare time, Scott is an active blogger (http://scottysengineeringlog.net), SKYWARN spotter, Sci-Fi fanatic and father of three.
Kazunori Iwasa is a Senior Engineer at Strategy and Technology Division, Software Unit of Fujitsu Limited. He works with Web Services, XML and B2B related working groups in various standard bodies. It includes OASIS WS-Reliable Messaging Technical Committee (TC), WS-Reliable Exchange TC, ebXML Messaging Services TC and others. He is one of the editors of OASIS WS-Reliability specification, that was ratified as OASIS standard in 2004. He promotes Web Services and B2B technologies in various industry organizations in Japan and Asia. It includes ECOM, INTAP, JEITA, COXEC, eBusiness Asia Committee (eAC) and others. Kazunori promotes interoperability test of these technologies in eBusiness Asia Committee. The industry organizations he provides consulting services with his expertise includes: Japan Automotive Manufacturers Association, ECOM, INTAP, COXEC, and others.
J.R. Jesson is the chief technology officer (CTO) for the Applications Portfolio Development organization. He is currently responsible for the Applications Engineering function and is a member of the Office of the CTO. In this role, he is responsible for the technical strategy, architecture, design, build and deployment of technical components for applications offerings within the $5.5 billion portfolio. Before EDS, J.R. was a leader within The Feld Group's Enablement practice, focused on technical innovation and strategy for the company's information technology (IT) client base. In 2001, Jesson was engaged as the CTO of Go-Comm, Incorporated, as part of a boardinitiated effort to revitalize the company by deploying voice over IP (VoIP) technology to the small-to-medium business market. In 1996, J.R. cofounded Digital Pilot Corporation, an Internet software development and integration firm, which pioneered many solutions in the Internet and Web arena. These solutions included one of the first fielded Enterprise Portal solutions, an embedded Web-enabled information delivery solution fielded on the Army's next-generation Howitzer, a healthcare ASP solution fielded by IBM and some of the first eSign-compliant electronic signature vertical industry solutions. J.R. graduated summa cum Iaude in mathematics and computer science from Creighton University. Before completing his degree, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and was an airborne computer specialist on the E-4B, the National Emergency Airborne Command Post, where he received his first introduction to the ARPANET, the predecessor to today's Internet.
Dr. Anish Karmarkar is Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle and is part of the team responsible for standardization of Web services, Java and Service-Oriented Architecture specifications. He has 16 years of research, development and standards experience in various aspects of distributed systems. He has been active in development of Web services and Service-oriented Architecture specifications, including SOAP 1.2, WSDL 2.0, WS-Addressing, WS-Reliable Messaging, MTOM/XOP, WS-I Basic Profile, and Service Component Architecture, amongst others. He is an active participant in various Working Groups, Technical Committees, Expert Groups in W3C, OASIS, JCP and Service Component Architecture collaboration. He is also Oracle's alternate representative on the JCP SE/EE Executive Committee, on the Board of Directors of OSGi Alliance and the vice-Chair of WS-I Basic Profile Working Group.
Dieter Koenig is a Senior Technical Staff Member with IBM Software Group's Laboratory in Boeblingen and Architect for workflow products. Dieter joined the laboratory in 1988. He has worked on MQSeries Workflow and WebSphere Process Server - Business Process Choreographer. Dieter is a member of the OASIS WS-BPEL Technical Committee, which has created the industry standard based on the specification of the Web Services Business Process Execution Language (WS-BPEL). He has published many articles and has given talks at conferences about Web services and workflow technology, and is co-author of two books about Web services. Dieter holds a master's degree (Dipl. inform.) in computer science from the University of Bonn, Germany.
Mr.XiaoLan received a bachelor degree from Beijing Normal University and a master degree from Beijing Institute of Technology. Before 1990, Xiao worked in the ISP service company. After 1990, he entered into the software industry, working at Beijing Tongtech Company, and being mainly responsible for marketing. From 2001, he works at Beijing Software Industry Productivity Center (BSIPC). In 2004, he organize the Changfeng Alliance, and is currently the Vice Director of BSIPC and Secretariat of Changfeng Alliance.
Youngkon Lee received his Ph.D. in Information and Communication. From 1997-2004, he worked at e-Biz R&D Center and POSDATA. From 2005-until now, Youngkon had been working at the Korea Polytechnic University. He is a member of ISO/IEC SC32/WG1 and TC 154, and editor of the OASIS WSQM TC.
Andy Lee, Ph.D., heads the technical committee of China's Changfeng Open Standards Platform Software Alliance. His accomplishments in the area of open standards includes: the development of cnXML, a project which introduced XML technology to China's IT industry; the development of an XML standard suite in China's e-Government reference model and reference architecture; key participation in the adoption of ebXML as China's national eBusiness standard; recognition of Rossettanet as the official e-Logistical standard for China; and the development of SOA EERP, which is regarded as an emerging industry standard in next generation enterprise applications. Andy has also served as China's senior eBusiness advisor and acted as the national major eBusiness project technical reviewer since 2002. He holds a Master's degree in fluid dynamics from Shanghai JiaoTong University and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford University. His term on the TAB extends to July 2008.
Lin, Shao Fu
Mr. Lin, Shao Fu, a professorial senior engineer, received his Ph.D. in Mapping and Geographical Information Systems, from Peking University, in 2002. His research fields involve digital city, e-government, information resource management, geographical information service, focusing on sharing and integration of information resource. Shao Fu is the Deputy Chief of Office of eGovernment Affair General Technical Division, Beijing Municipal Office of Informatization. He is responsible for technical auditing for eGovernment projects, architecture design of Beijing eGovernment and providing technical consultancy service for government departments. Currently, he is leading the research on Beijing eGovernment Framework (including Technical Framework, Business Framework, etc) and application planning of ICT technologies in Beijing E-Government. From 2002 to 2006, Shao Fu held the positions as the CTO and Deputy Director in Beijing Information Resource Management Center, the Deputy Chief at the Division of eGovernment and Information Resources, Beijing Municipal Office of Informatization. During that period, he worked as a team leader and architect on the projects of Beijing eGovernment Information Sharing and Exchanging Platform, SARS Information system, prototype system of Beijing eGovernment Intra-Portal and LBS Portal of Digital Beijing and so on. From 1990 to 1999, he was a key role in the Information Center of Hainan Province. Shao Fu acted as the team leader, analyst and architect on more than ten big projects such as the Geographical Information System of Hainan, the Commerce and Industry Information System of Hainan and the Tourism Information System of Hainan.