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BEA Systems CTO Mark Carges Scheduled to Deliver Keynote Address on Enterprise Java at JavaOne 2005

BEA Celebrates Company's and Java's 10th Anniversary With More Than 25 Conference Sessions and Sneak Previews of Future Technolo

SAN JOSE, Calif., June 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Celebrating 10 years of Java innovation, BEA Systems, Inc. , a world leader in enterprise infrastructure software, today announced that the company is scheduled to host a plethora of activities at one of the world's largest software developer shows, including a keynote address, sneak previews of future innovations and over 25 interactive discussions to help shape the future of Java technology.

On Monday June 27th, Mark Carges, chief technology officer, BEA Systems is scheduled to deliver a keynote address at the 2005 JavaOne(SM) conference. Carges' keynote, titled "Enterprise Java: Much More than J2EE(TM)" is from 1:15 to 2:00pm Pacific Daylight Time in [Hall D] at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Carges is expected to reflect on the evolution of Java(TM) 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and discuss new innovations in programming models and tools, advances in standards, management, and the effects of open source on this critical set of technologies. He will also identify key innovations and opportunities, give a sneak preview of cutting-edge new development, and announce new offerings relevant to enterprise Java developers. The keynote address will also be available as a webcast at http://wcdata.sun.com/webcast/archives/VIP-1981/ . Additionally, there will be a Q&A session for media immediately following the keynote address (2:00 to 2:30pm Pacific Daylight Time) in room 123 of the Moscone Center.

In addition, BEA is scheduled to host more than 25 conference sessions, industry panels and birds of a feather discussions on various topics including:

-- The Apache Beehive Framework: An overview of the technologies in Beehive and how they can be used to build J2EE applications and integrate with other Java technologies; -- Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Data Services: This session discusses data in the emerging SOA world and the present day technologies that are causing problems and offering solutions. In particular the talk introduces the notion of data services and then recommends a new methodology based on XML technology standards designed to help enterprise application developers model and manage data and associated metadata in a truly integrated way in the world of SOA; -- J2EE and telecom: An overview of key trends in the telecommunications industry and a discussion of developing telecom applications in Java technology for helping to enable the next-generation IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) services; -- An Update on Service Data Objects (SDO): Explores how the SDO is evolving, for example, improved support for SOA enhancements and how SDO is being used today as the data programming model for an SOA application; and -- Java(TM) Message Service Tips and Tricks for Scalable Messaging: This session discusses JMS API design techniques and best practices gathered over time from the experiences of programmers and administrators who work with the JMS API. Discussions will include JMS clustering high availability and performance message ordering poison message handling transactional messaging and diagnosing common problems.

For a complete listing of sessions, please visit http://java.sun.com/javaone/sf/sessions/index.jsp .

BEA Gives Developers a Sneak Peek of BEA WebLogic Server 9.0 and BEA AquaLogic, and New Innovations for Eclipse and the Telecommunications Industry

Developers can visit BEA technical experts in Booth #601 and learn how the company is helping to bring emerging Java technologies to the enterprise. Developers can get a first look at BEA support for new and upcoming development frameworks including the Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP) and the Apache Beehive Project, and see demonstrations of the near-final release of WebLogic Server(R) 9.0, (formerly code-named Diablo) one of the industry's leading application servers, running on JRockit, the first high performance Java Virtual Machine (JVM) optimized to run on Intel platforms. BEA will demonstrate BEA AquaLogic, a new family of products designed to address an emerging category of enterprise software -- Service Infrastructure. BEA will also be demonstrating the BEA WebLogic Communications Platform(TM), the first converged IT and telecom platform, providing full-service lifecycle capabilities in a carrier-class environment.

For more information about Mark Carges' keynote and all BEA activities at JavaOne, please visit: http://www.bea.com/events/ .

For more information about and to register for JavaOne, please visit: http://java.sun.com/javaone/ .

About BEA

BEA Systems, Inc. is a world leader in enterprise infrastructure software, providing standards-based platforms to accelerate the secure flow of information and services. BEA product lines -- WebLogic(R), Tuxedo(R), and the new AquaLogic(TM) family of Service Infrastructure -- help customers reduce IT complexity and successfully deploy Service-Oriented Architectures to improve business agility and efficiency. For more information please visit bea.com.

NOTE: BEA, Built on BEA, Jolt, Joltbeans, Steelthread, Top End, Tuxedo, BEA WebLogic Server, BEA Liquid Data for WebLogic, and WebLogic are registered trademarks of BEA Systems, Inc. BEA AquaLogic, BEA AquaLogic Data Services Platform, BEA AquaLogic Enterprise Security, BEA AquaLogic Service Bus, BEA dev2dev Subscriptions, BEA eLink, BEA MessageQ, BEA WebLogic Communications Platform, BEA WebLogic Enterprise, BEA WebLogic Enterprise Platform, BEA WebLogic Enterprise Security, BEA WebLogic Express, BEA WebLogic Integration, BEA WebLogic Java Adapter for Mainframe, BEA WebLogic JDriver, BEA WebLogic Log Central, BEA WebLogic Network Gatekeeper, BEA WebLogic Platform, BEA WebLogic Portal, BEA JRockit, BEA WebLogic SIP Server, BEA WebLogic WorkGroup Edition, and BEA WebLogic Workshop are trademarks of BEA Systems, Inc. BEA Mission Critical Support is a service mark of BEA Systems, Inc. All other company and product names may be the subject of intellectual property rights reserved by third parties.

BEA Systems, Inc.

CONTACT: Michael Thacker of BEA Systems, Inc., +1-408-570-8040, or
[email protected]; or Roger Villareal of Weber Shandwick, +1-415-248-3425, or
[email protected], for BEA

Web site: http://www.bea.com/

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