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Sunday, September 25, 2005
Time Activity Location
2:00pm HPTS registration begins Asilomar office
3:00pm Rooms for guests at Asilomar are available
6:00pm Dinner Cafeteria
7:00pm HPTS reception opens Chapel

All HPTS sessions are in Chapel

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are always held in the main dining hall cafeteria.

Monday, September 26, 2005 - CHAPEL
Time Activity Chair
7:30am Breakfast
8:30am Opening Remarks [James Barrese, Charles Brett]
8:45am Keynote Address - Daniel Sabbah, GM, Rational Software, IBM Software Group
Topic Area: Software Development Shifts Introduced by Open Internets and Distributed Computing
James Barrese
Messaging and Streaming Architectures I
One Size Fits All : An Idea Whose Time Has Come and Gone
   - Michael Stonebraker, MIT

- Pat Helland, Amazon
Pat Helland
10:45am Break
11:00am Messaging and Streaming Architectures II
The WebLogic Messaging Kernel
   - Greg Brail, BEA Systems

Can a divorced MOM/DAD take care of the CHILD?
   - Vijay Dialani, IBM
Pat Helland
12:00pm Lunch - Dining Hall Cafeteria
1:30pm Device and Hardware Evolution
Frying your infrastructure: Are transactions really useful in a distributed realtime enterprise system?
   - Burkhard Neidecker-Lutz, SAP

Smart mobile devices are finally arriving in full force
   - Johannes Klein, Microsoft
James Barrese
2:30pm TP-Lite I
TPlite is Back: Database systems will displace web servers that displaced tp-monitors
   - Jim Gray, Microsoft Research

WebSphere Partitioning Facility
   - Jerry Cuomo, IBM

Generalizing Transactions Into a Compositional Means for Building Dependable Systems from Arbitrary Components
   - Andreas Reuter
Pat Selinger
3:30pm Break
TP-Lite II
Cross Component Problem Determination Based on Logs and Common Base Events
   - Dr. Friedemann Schwenkreis, IBM

The evolution of a transaction processing system

   - Mark Little, Arjuna Technologies

A Flexible, Extensible Transaction Framework
   - Russell Sears - UC Berkeley

MS SQL Service Broker technology at HPTS
   - Gerald Hinson, Microsoft
Pat Selinger
5:30pm Break
6:00pm Dinner - Dining Hall Cafeteria
7:30pm HPTS Social
Poster Sessions
Multi-/many-core systems instead of single-core systems
   - Konrad Lai, Intel

SAP's High Performance Analytics Functionality
   - Thomas Zurek, SAP
Pat Helland

Tuesday, September 27, 2005 - CHAPEL
Time Activity Chair
7:30am Breakfast
8:30am Keynote Address - Prof. Manuel Peitsch, Novartis Research
Topic Area:
How and Why Novartis is Exploiting Grid Technology
Charles Brett
9:30am Grid Computing
Data Storage Language for the Requirements of Rebels and Misfits
   - Arun swaran Jagatheesan, San Diego Supercomputer Center

A Dynamic Service Deployment Infrastructure for Grid Computing
   - Paul Watson, University of Newcastle, UK
Tony Hey
10:30am Break
11:00am Grid Computing II
Harnessing Petabytes of Online Storage Effectively
   - Jun Nitta, Hitachi

The Future of Massively Distributed Services on the Internet
   - Mark Hapner, Sun Microsystems

SmartTea Project - an electronic lab book for Chemists
   - mc schraefel, University of Southampton
Tony Hey
12:00pm Lunch - Dinig Hall Cafeteria
1:30pm Web Services Architecture I
   - Jim Johnson, Architect, Microsoft

   - Michael J. Carey , BEA Systems
Charlie Bell
2:15pm Afternoon Activity
3:30pm Web Services Architecture II
Consistency and Service-based Applications
   - Paul Greenfield, CSIRO ICT Centre

Why the Web should not be treated as a platform for large-scale, distributed applications
   - Dr. Savas Parastatidis, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

Relationship between endpoint contracts and consistency in Service-Oriented Systems
   - Dean Kuo, CSIRO
Charlie Bell
5:00pm Provocative Thoughts
Transaction considerations in PayPal's architecture
   - Matthew Mengerink, Paypal

Relaxed-Currency Constraints for Update Transactions
   - Phil Bernstein, Microsoft
Charles Brett
6:00pm Dinner - Dining Hall Cafeteria
7:30pm Evening Event Pat Helland

Wednesday, September 28, 2005 - CHAPEL
Time Activity Chair
7:30am Breakfast - Dining Hall Cafeteria
8:30am Disruptive Technologies
Aggregating Innovation: Google & Craigslist
   - Paul Rademacher

GoogleLabs Technologies
   - Jeff Huber, Google
Charlie Bell
James Barrese
9:15am Service Level Management (SLM) for Customers
Next Generation SLM
   - René Aerdts, EDS

Patterns for SLM - PDF 1 | PDF 2
   - James Baty, Sun Microsystems

SLM Handling for the Oracle On Demand Business
   - Kirk Bradley, Oracle
Shel Finkelstein
10:45am Break
11:00am Global Internet Application Performance
(aka: Don't look now, but you are tuning in the wrong spot)

The Seven Golden Design Rules for High Performant Sites
   - James Barrese, eBay

Web Application Acceleration
   - Duke Hong, Akamai

China's Internet Infrastructure
   - Sun Wie and Jie Zhong, ChinaCache
James Barrese
12:00pm Closing Remarks [James Barrese, Charles Brett]
12:15pm Lunch - Dining Hall Cafeteria