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    • NJUG 5
    • Overview
      • Platform as a Service
      • The future will be about programming language
      • JavaFX Family
    • Platform as a Service?
    • Examples
      • Amazon Services
      • Google App Engine
      • Microsoft Live Mesh
      • Sun Hydrazine
    • Amazon Services
      • Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
      • Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
      • Amazon SimpleDB
      • SQS, DevPay, FWS
    • Amazon S3
      • Most popular
      • Secure online storage space for any kind of data
      • Use web service to retrieve/store data by unique developer-assigned key
      • Use many in file/image sharing web sites.
      • 15 cents (~5 baht) a month/ 1 G
    • Amazon EC2
      • web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud
      • Configurable from OS -> Software, Hardware, Zone
      • Increase/decrease instances by its own
      • $0.10 per instance hour
    • Amazon SimpleDB
      • Not RDBMS, Think Spreadsheet
      • Has a similar query language
      • Very Flexible.
      • Hurray! No need to maintain schema!, no need another DBA
    • Amazon SimpleDB
      • - Add New attributes on the fly
      • No datatype required
      • Box Usage is the measure of machine resources consumed by each request.
      • $0.14 per Amazon SimpleDB Machine Box Usage hour
    • Google App Engine
      • Leverage the power of Google infrastructure
      • Comes with
        • BigTable
        • GFS
    • Google App Engine
      • Similar to Amazon Services but
        • Start with free of charge
        • Python Only for now
        • No EC2 like
        • Not so flexible
        • Cannot be separated
        • Very BETA, very Google lock-in
    • The Trend
      • Moore’s Adoption
    • The Trend
      • Geek
        • Dude, That’s cool lets use it!
      • Early Adopter
        • Wow! I can gain competitive advantage from this.
      • Late Adopter
        • Hmm, Seems like everyone happy with it. Lets try it out.
      • Loser
        • I have to use it because everyone else are using it.
    • Something New -> Something Common
    • When something is common it’s easier to create economies of scale
    • Economies of Scale?
    • There is no advantage in building infrastructure But Thai websites doesn’t have that much problems scaling. Should I care?
    • Why Care?
      • The Web 2.0 is full of opportunities
        • Mash-ups
        • Social Networks
        • User generated Contents
        • 0 Entry Barrier
        • Fail? Try new ideas
    • Historic Problems
      • We are just startup. We are not that rich
      • We want to try some cool new ideas never happen elsewhere, but we are not sure they’re going to work or not.
      • We like to do and focus on what we are good at
    • Who knows, maybe we will be rich one day.
    • Think about it
      • One day if you’ve been digged! Or TechCrunched or Slashdotted.
      • Can Your site scale?
        • Multiple concurrent users
        • Bandwidth exceed
        • Fat Database
    • Think about it
      • Everyone has the same kind of infrastructure already.
        • Same Hardware technologies
        • Open source/ Open standard
      • Why we have to build and take care our own anyway?
      • Former Chief Architect Blaine Cook famously said
      Twitter case study “ Scaling Rails was easy” in April 2007
      • Latest Rumors.
      Twitter case study “ Twitter is planning to abandon Ruby on Rails ” in May 2008
    • Doing Infrastructure is not fun
      • It’s not so cool. We careless about it from the start.
      • Few have experienced it.
      • We are not sys admin. Let the expert do their job.
    • More To Come SaaS PaaS HaaS Your Data, Applications, Frameworks My Machines
    • More To Come SaaS PaaS HaaS Your Data My Applications, Frameworks, Machines
    • More To Come SaaS PaaS HaaS Your Data, Your Applications My Frameworks, Machines
    • More To Come Platform + Services Your Data, Your Applications My Services, Frameworks, Machines
    • More To Come
      • Eclipse AJAX IDE
      • Virtualization/RIA will play important role in this competition
    • Let the Platform handles the Cross cutting Concerns
    • The future will be about programming language
    • Historically
      • The academics and the business don’t get along each other well
      • The academic guys focus on how get thing done efficiently, faster, less LOC.
      • But it’s hard for practitioners to make use of new language concepts in real-world
      • building new language takes time & effort
    • The Time has come
      • The academic & business guys are starting to kissing one another
      • Come from 3 Forces
        • The Platform
        • Tools
        • Linguistics
    • Platforms
      • They are rock solid and they handle the cross-cutting concerns for you. You get these things for free
        • Garbage Collections
        • Cross Platform
        • Serialization
        • Distributed System
        • Internationalization
    • Examples
      • Java was embraced just because the garbage collection concept
        • 50+% of C++ efforts were focusing on how to manage memory usage
      • Ruby is big hype 3 years ago. People were jumping into it and they just realize Ruby still have along way to go.
        • Green Thread, I18n Support
      • Practitioners
        • IDEs
        • Debuggers
        • Profilers
      • Academics, Language Designers
        • Parsers
        • AST generators
        • Grammar debuggers
        • Code optimizers
    • Linguistics
      • Long time people think OOP is end all of the top mountain, There is no more to climb.
      • But when AOP & Ruby come, they wake us up!
    • Challenges
      • Concurrency
        • multi core CPU
        • Thread safe?
      • User Interface
        • Flex/Silverlight/JavaFX
    • What you should do from now on
      • Start learning new Programming Languages
        • Groovy for testing, xml, regex, scripting …
      • When you learn another language you’ll get lots of benefits
        • You learn the history/culture of the origin people using it
        • You can apply the new paradigms you learned to your main language
      • Some notions show Scala is coming to be the replacement
    • JavaFX Family
      • Java 6 update 10
      • JavaFX Runtime
      • JavaFX Mobile, TV, Blu-ray
    • JavaFX Family
      • Focus of Java were on the server-side for long time
      • The shift that focus now
      • JavaFX is to Enable User Experience in everyway
    • Java 6 update 10
      • Enhanced Java deployment
        • Java Kernel
        • Pack200 Support
    • Java 6 update 10
      • Improved performance and look & feel
        • Java Quick Starter
        • Nimbus Look & Feel
        • Hardware acceleration support
        • Native Font Rendering on Windows
    • Nimbus L&F
    • Java 6 update 10
      • Next-Generation Java Plug-In
        • Rewrite plug-in from scratch
        • Cold start improvement
        • Get the right Java version
        • Improved Java/JavaScript communications
        • Java Applet to Web Start Support from JavaOne 2008
    • JavaFX Player
      • JavaFX Script
        • DSL for designers
        • Trigger, binding, twean
      • Video/Audio codec support from On2
          • HD Video
          • Same as Flash
      • skinnable
      • SceneGraph 2D/3D Support
      • WebKit engine/ HTML Component
    • JavaFX Tools
      • Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator export for Designer
      • NetBeans plug-in for developer
      • Something like FlexBuilder/ Blend tools is coming too.
    • JavaFX and Java
      • JavaFX Script can use existing Java libraries
      • You get everything that Java enables
        • Network
        • Web Services/ RMI/ Socket
        • Cross Platform
          • Existing mobile, Android, iPhone?
          • Set-top Box, TV
          • Blu-ray
    • Demo
    • Applet is coming Back with full Steam!
    • JavaFX Schedule
      • Early Access Program in July
      • JavaFX Desktop 1.0 SDK in September
      • JavaFX Mobile, TV SDK in March 2009
      • Open source?
    • Next Big Thing
      • Project Hydrazine
      • Project Insight