REST Style Web Services with binary content (Google Protocol Buffers)

Representational State Transfer (REST) style web services are very popular. They offer simplicity and flexibility of choosing the content in which they can be consumed. This session focuses on the pros and cons of using binary format as a content for the RESTful web services. In this talk, Google Protocol Buffers will be used as an example content for Restful Web Services. We also will compare other options for data serialization systems such as Avro, Java objects in terms of performance, ease of development.

Speaker:

Speaker At Java ConferencePrasad is a Sr. Product Developer at BMC Software. He holds a B.E from the University of Pune and an MS from University of Akron, US. He also did a diploma course in business management from Symbiosis University.

Prasad Nirantar will be presenting on “REST Style Web Services with binary content (Google Protocol Buffers)” at the 6th Annual IndicThreads.com Conference On Java to be held in Pune, India on 2,3 December 2011.Click here for a list of other Speakers & Sessions @ The Conference
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