TitleAbstractSpeaker Name
Back to rapid and pragmatic Java development with Telosys ( a new way of coding with Java/Web/AJAX technologies )How to combine a pragmatic framework with a set of productivity tools to improve the development productivity.

Between full "client/server" and "conventional web apps", the Telosys framework, associated with Eclipse plugins, offers a new approach to build Java/AJAX applications.

The purpose of this talk is to demonstrate that the Java platform can be light and efficient when the application development relies on a thin global framework applying well known principles ( Convention over Configuration (CoC) , Don't Repeat Yourself (DRY), etc… )

In this talk we will also mention
  • the benefits of a full-stack framework (when all layers are designed to work seamlessly together with a minimum of code)
  • the Model Driven Development based on a "lightweight model" synchronized with the database
  • a pragmatic scaffolding approach for code generation
  • the "mapping propagation"
  • the praise of simplicity : "Keep it simple" (because simplicity works best in most situations)
  • Yes, Java development can be as efficient as Ruby on Rails…Laurent Guerin
    Create and manage your SOA with Petals and DragonDuring this talk, you will learn how to make the SOA happen in your Information System thanks to the Open Source ESB Petals (http://petals.ow2.org). Once the SOA is here, you will learn how to govern it with Dragon, the open source governance suite (http://dragon.ow2.org). This presentation will include demonstrations of the ESB, the monitoring part, and the governance layer synchronized with the ESB.Gaël Blondelle
    BPM for Java ApplicationsThis session is about how to leverage a BPM solution in a standard Java application. BPM for Java developers is the target of an Open Source BPM solution called Bonita.

    During this session we will illustrate the use of Bonita in a Web application and we will provide a demo on how to interact with Bonita from your java code.Miguel Valdes Faura
    Open Source Business Intelligence, Geospatial, Data Quality and DataThis presentation will position the different Java open source components and show the

    benefits that these components are bringing compared to in-house development of the

    same features in Java. A special focus will be applied to the aspects related to data

    quality, data integration and reporting.

    A demonstration of the following products: JasperReport (JasperSoft),

    Mondrian (Mondrian), SpagoBI (Engineering Ingegneria Informatica), Spatial Data

    Integrator (CampToCamp) and Talend Open Studio (Talend) will illustrate this session

    and help to understand the complementarities of these components. An explanation will

    also be provided of how to integrate these products directly with Java code, via Web

    Services or via ESB (in a SOA architecture).

    This presentation will also detail the work performed by OW2 Consortium BI Initiative.Cédric, Carbone
    Ambiant Application ServerThe Java EE application servers scope is evolving: originally targeted for the Enterprise Information System, they are now closer of the embedded constraints. The monolithic and quite large platform was splitted towards lightweight and 'à la carte' platform without neglecting the mission critical features. The session will present how the OW2 JOnAS 5.1 application server provides a solution for the ambient computing through its native OSGi architecture and the end-to-end administration solution. The session will finish by emphasizing the interoperability capabilities between Java EE and OSGi with a demonstration.TbD
    Agile application server for custom made SOA solutionNowadays, the Java EE application servers landscape is changing: in one hand, they are extended with upper levels services in the SOA stack such as mediation and in another hand they are moving to lightweight platforms. Traditional monolithic and quite heavy solutions are obsolete. Java EE 6 introduces the concept of profile that is a first step towards an application server tailored according to the application needs. In this last step, the application server is configured 'à la carte' with the exact set of technical services required by the application. The session will present how the OW2 JOnAS 5.1 application server provides an 'à la carte' SOA platform with on-demand service loading by leveraging its native OSGi architecture.TbD
    Flex in new generation monitoring interfacesMonitoring is critical for applications server maintenance and needs to be reactive and accessible to maintain the quality of service. Such reactiveness can be reached using new Rich Internet Application frameworks.
    Flex, thanks to its Flash inheritance, brings animated, high level visual components for web interfaces and makes graphical widgets more expressive and easy to use. Such interfaces are highly interactive, more striking and intuitive for administrators and improve their feeling about servers state.
    Flex also helps in development and design. It provides a modern, standards-based language and programming model that supports common design patterns. It also gives powerful features such as data binding or Java EE interaction using RMI or JMX.
    Flex is then completely suitable for monitoring interfaces design as it provides reactive and accessible visual components and interact with servers using advanced programming features.
    OW2 has already started the migration of its middleware monitoring tools to brand new Flex interfaces in order to leverage its actual monitoring architecture like JOnAS audit system.Mathieu ANCELIN
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