Erlang Enterprise Integration Panel Discussion

By Erlang Central | Published: June 23, 2008

Erlang is not an island; the modern IT infrastructure includes a broad
range of applications, middleware, protocols and services. To exploit
its full potential, we need to understand how Erlang integrates within
that IT environment. This session provides a Blueprint Architecture for
evaluating your integration needs, and then moves onto a panel
discussion covering where Erlang can be beneficially deployed.

Our panel of experts will discuss their approaches to
integration, and highlight the areas where Erlangs unique benefits come
into their own. Please bring your own war stories, or questions to
learn about the first new Enterprise-Ready technology of this

Topics will include integration with Java, .NET, Web Services,
traditional API’s, Messaging and Middleware, as well as proprietary and
standard protocols.


  • Garry Bulmer

    Garry is an independent consultant, focusing on integration and near-market technologies and has been inspired to work on Erlang DTrace by production experiences of the last 12 years. Spare time is spent developing GPGPU code, programming microcontrollers, and learning new stuff.

    Garry discovered the delight of computers in the 70's, and wrote commercial software while gaining a Computer Science degree. In the 80's he wrote software for Computer Graphics, taught Software Engineering to under-graduates, post-graduates, and commercially. His tools of choice were C and Unix, along with C++, Ada and OOP.

    Having co-authored the SunConnect Enterprise Architecture Blueprint for SUN in the 90's (whilst at Parallax Solutions), Gary joined Aspen Technology as a Chief Software Architect, where he created Aspens Enterprise Service Bus architecture, now used worldwide. At Caritor, Gary got involved in process development, as well as team building for, and duo-shore project & risk management of challenging technical projects, where he worked as a Chief Software Architect.

    Garry Bulmer

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