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NetKernel is a software platform that combines the power of Unix, the flexibility of the Web and the portability of Java. Based on a REST micro-kernel, NetKernel supports a computing abstraction in which all resources (code, information, services) are identified by URIs. NetKernel has a ten-year heritage of research and product development that originated in HP Labs. Since 2002, 1060 Research has released NetKernel 2, 3 and recently version 4. NetKernel is used by large corporations, US intelligence agencies, consulting companies and software product companies to implement a wide range of application and system architectures.
This presentation introduces NetKernel, its computing abstraction and the architectural implications. Demonstrations will include an embedded instance of NetKernel and the full NetKernel Standard Edition platform running a production application.
Randy Kahle holds a BA from Rice University in EE and Math Science and an MBA from Dartmouth. He has worked at GTE Sylvania, HP, Microsoft, MageLang Institute, Variantia and 1060 Research.