WSO2 Guest Webinar: How a Complex Healthcare Protocol can be Easily Handled by the WSO2 Platform - Wednesday, July 16, 2014

  • By Mohamed Usama Mansoor
  • 16 Jul, 2014

Finding supporters of the HL7 protocol, which is extensively used in the Healthcare world to exchange data, is a tough task. This is mainly due to the complexities that exist within the Hl7 protocol.

This webinar, presented by Alberto Lagna, CTO of Biznology, will present a complex health record system successfully developed with WSO2. The scenario looks at the integration of data coming from distributed sources using HL7, SOAP as protocol, and exposing services to Web app and mobile apps through SOAP and REST.

This session will cover

  • the main architecture of the system and how it fits with the WSO2 platform
  • how the same service can be exposed through the SOAP and HL7 protocol
  • how to create different CARs (SOAP only or SOAP+HL7 services) for the different environments, using the same code line
Presenters
Alberto Lagna Chief Technology Officer, Biznology srl Alberto Lagna is Chief Technology Officer at Biznology srl, a consulting company. He works for his customers as Software architect, Technical Leader and Mentor. He has 20 years of experience in the design and development of Enterprise Application based on java EE, XML and on the integration of complex systems (he started in C++ with CORBA and now in java applying the SOA approach). He teaches courses on the JEE platform and BPM(N). He promotes the use of open source software.
Vanjikumar Sivajothy Senior Software Engineer, WSO2 Vanji is a senior software engineer in the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus product team. In addition to his product development efforts he has also provided technology consulting on customer engagements, including development service programs. Additionally he also published a paper titled “An automated vision based recognition system for Sri Lankan Tamil sign language finger spelling” which was presented at the ICT for Emerging Regions (ICTER) conference in 2011. He is also an active contributor to the eclipse ECF project.
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