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|Explains why COM and CORBA currently hold dominant positions in the
|Describes an objective strategy for assessing the use of the two
architectures on the server.|
|Examines emerging server-side technologies such as Microsoft Transaction
Server (MTS), Microsoft Message Queueing Services (MSMQ), CORBA-based Object
Transaction Service (OTS), and CORBA-based Security Service.|
|Examines client approaches for each technology, including design issues
related to remoting and security.|
|Illustrates how COM and CORBA can be used together, with details on both
custom and commercial bridging approaches.|
|Examines the impact of Java and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) on the COM and CORBA landscapes.|
Jason Pritchard has extensive experience programming with CORBA and COM. He currently works as a senior architect for CALEB Technologies Corp. (http://www.calebtech.com). As a developer and architectural lead on a multitude of COM- and CORBA-based projects, Dr. Pritchard has become an authority on both technologies and has gained vast insight into their coexistence and interoperability.
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