Amity Univ. : 22Jan10  Web 2.x <ul><li>Ashish Banerjee </li></ul>
Agenda <ul><li>Brief History of the Internet </li><ul><li>3 Waves:
Web 2.0 defined </li></ul><li>Trends: Network is the Computer
3Is of the Web Next
You are the center of the Web
Enabling Technologies  </li></ul>
Brief History of Internet  <ul><li>1 st  Wave: 1960s..1980s (APRANET) </li><ul><li>Evolved in Univs funded by ARPA
TCP/IP
Telnet, Ftp, IRC, Gofer,Veronika... </li></ul><li>2 nd  Wave: WWW and Browser Wars </li><ul><li>Netscape : Marc Andreessen...
Internet commercialized : 1980s
“Internet is a Passing Fad” - said who?
Emergence of Open Source and GPL </li></ul><li>3 rd  Wave: dot COM and beyond Y2K </li></ul>
The 3 rd  Wave : 3Is <ul><li>3Is of Web 2.0 (Beyond Tim O'Reilly) </li><ul><li>Instant
Interactive
Inclusive </li><ul><li>Farmers using SMS weather service... </li></ul></ul><li>Trends: </li><ul><li>More devices than PCs....
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I presented about enabling technologies for Web 2.x at IT Confluence 2010 at Amity University, Noida campus on 22-Jan-2010

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  • Amity University : web 2.x

    1. 1. Amity Univ. : 22Jan10 Web 2.x <ul><li>Ashish Banerjee </li></ul>
    2. 2. Agenda <ul><li>Brief History of the Internet </li><ul><li>3 Waves:
    3. 3. Web 2.0 defined </li></ul><li>Trends: Network is the Computer
    4. 4. 3Is of the Web Next
    5. 5. You are the center of the Web
    6. 6. Enabling Technologies </li></ul>
    7. 7. Brief History of Internet <ul><li>1 st Wave: 1960s..1980s (APRANET) </li><ul><li>Evolved in Univs funded by ARPA
    8. 8. TCP/IP
    9. 9. Telnet, Ftp, IRC, Gofer,Veronika... </li></ul><li>2 nd Wave: WWW and Browser Wars </li><ul><li>Netscape : Marc Andreessen, Jim Clark
    10. 10. Internet commercialized : 1980s
    11. 11. “Internet is a Passing Fad” - said who?
    12. 12. Emergence of Open Source and GPL </li></ul><li>3 rd Wave: dot COM and beyond Y2K </li></ul>
    13. 13. The 3 rd Wave : 3Is <ul><li>3Is of Web 2.0 (Beyond Tim O'Reilly) </li><ul><li>Instant
    14. 14. Interactive
    15. 15. Inclusive </li><ul><li>Farmers using SMS weather service... </li></ul></ul><li>Trends: </li><ul><li>More devices than PCs. Connected 2 Net
    16. 16. Social Networks
    17. 17. Cloud Computing
    18. 18. Smart Phones and Netbooks </li></ul></ul>
    19. 19. Guided By A Singular Vision The Network Is The Computer.
    20. 20. Internet Users <ul><li>1.5+ billion people on the Net today
    21. 21. 390 gigabytes of data created every second
    22. 22. 50% new data growth </li></ul>1.5+ Billion Everyone and everything participates on the network 1995 2000 2005 2010 TIME The Red Shift: The Network is the Computer
    23. 23.
    24. 24. Enablers of the Social Networks <ul><li>Social Network API </li><ul><li>OAuth
    25. 25. OpenSocial
    26. 26. XMPP : Think Jabber & Google Wave </li></ul><li>Identity Federation </li><ul><li>OpenSSO: </li><ul><li>SAML
    27. 27. OpenID </li></ul></ul></ul>
    28. 28. Federated Multi Protocol Hub Single Session WS-Federation SAML v1.1 Liberty ID-FF SAML v2.0 Siteminder Tokens Kerberos Tokens Oracle Tokens Circle of Trust Sun Federated Access Manager Multi-Protocol Federation Hub Multi-Protocol Hub
    29. 29. Open Storage JavaFX Sun Drives Community Innovation Globally
    30. 30. Sun Open Source Stack
    31. 31. MySQL in Web 2.0 http://www.mysql.com/customers/#Web+2.0 <ul><li>Wikipedia
    32. 32. Orkut
    33. 33. Blogger
    34. 34. Rapidshare
    35. 35. Fotolog
    36. 36. Megaupload </li></ul><ul><li>Yahoo
    37. 37. YouTube
    38. 38. Google
    39. 39. MySpace
    40. 40. Facebok
    41. 41. Hi5 </li></ul><ul><li>Google.fr
    42. 42. Skyrock
    43. 43. Friendster
    44. 44. Yahoo.co.jp
    45. 45. Baidu </li></ul>Source: Alexa Top Sites — 03.12.08
    46. 46. Portal Features <ul><li>Ajax enabled Web 2.0 features </li><ul><li>Social networking, communities, forums
    47. 47. Blogs, Open ID, Yahoo, Google widgets </li></ul><li>User customization & delegated Admin
    48. 48. Widely used (google 100K results)
    49. 49. Federated Search & Open Search API
    50. 50. CMS in-built and Open Office API
    51. 51. Server side workflow (SAW API) </li></ul>
    52. 52. Netbeans 6.8: All that you will need <ul><li>JSP, JSF, Ajax </li><ul><li>Visual Web Pack </li></ul><li>Database </li><ul><li>MySQL
    53. 53. JavaDB
    54. 54. Any JDBC </li></ul><li>PHP
    55. 55. Ruby on Rails
    56. 56. C/C++ </li></ul><ul><li>Multiple App Srv </li><ul><li>Glassfish v2
    57. 57. GF v3
    58. 58. Tomcat 6 </li></ul><li>SOA </li><ul><li>Open-ESB
    59. 59. BPEL Engine </li></ul><li>Java FX
    60. 60. Java EE, SE, ME </li></ul>
    61. 61. Thank You! <ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul>

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