H1 2008 OW2 QUARLERLY MEETING
Please download the Quarterly Meeting agenda (pdf format).
The first 2008 OW2 Quarterly Meeting will take place on May 14-16, 2008 at INRIA, Montbonnot (Grenoble), France. (see below for practical details).
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE:
09:00AM - 04:30PM : Open Architecture discussions:
04:30PM - 05:30PM : Technology infrastructure management
06:00PM - 07:00PM : TCK Meeting
9:30AM-10:00AM Title : JOnAS Versioning (Frédéric Germaneau / Bull or Ali Tokmen / Bull). Download the presentation
Abstract : The subject is smooth application versions migration in a JOnAS cluster, without interruption of service.
10:00AM-10:30AM: Title : JO2NAS, the best of JOnAS and PKUAS merged on OSGi (Minghui Zhou / PKU, François Exertier / Bull). Download the presentation
Abstract : This talk presents the last results of the technological cooperation between PKUAS team and JOnAS team.
10:30AM-11:00AM: Title : SpagoBI 2.0, (Andrea Gioia/ Engineering Ingegneria Informatica). Download the presentation
Abstract: "a preview of architecture, functionality and interface of SpagoBI version 2.0"
11:30AM-12:00AM: Title : SCA support in PEtALS with Tinfi/Frascati, Mohammed Eljaï, EBM WebSourcing. Download the presentation
12:00AM-12:30AM: Title : Test management and load testing with Salomé-TMF and CLIF, Bruno Dillenseger, France Telecom. Download the presentation
Abstract : Salomé-TMF and CLIF are Java projects dedicated to testing activities. Both are adaptable frameworks: Salomé-TMF may manage any kind of testing activity, while CLIF may support load testing of any kind of systems, both through a plug-in based extension scheme.
12:30AM-02:00PM : Lunch Break
02:00PM-02:30PM: New project proposal: DRaGon, distributed registry and governance for SOA, Gaël Blondelle, EBM WebSourcing.
02:30PM-03:00PM: New project proposal : Azuki-Framework Overview, Robert Bakic.
03:00PM-03:30PM: New project : ASPIRE RFID : an Advanced Sensors and lightweight Programmable middleware for Innovative Rfid Enterprise applications,by Stéphane Ribas, INRIA and Didier Donsez, LIG, Joseph Fourier University. Download the presentation
The ASPIRE project (FP7 ICT-215417 http://fp7-aspire.eu/index.html funded by the European Union) researches and provides a radical change in the current RFID deployment paradigm through innovative, programmable, royalty-free, lightweight and privacy friendly middleware. This new middleware paradigm will be particular beneficial to European SME, which are nowadays experiencing significant cost-barriers to RFID deployment. European networked enterprises in general and SME in particular are still reluctant to adopt RFID, since they perceive RFID as unprofitable or too risky. This is largely due to the fact that the adoption of RFID technology incurs a significant Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). ASPIRE will significantly lower SME entry costs for RFID technology, through developing and providing a lightweight, royalty-free, innovative, programmable, privacy friendly, middleware platform that will facilitate low-cost development and deployment of innovative RFID solutions. This platform will act as a main vehicle for realizing the proposed swift in the current RFID deployment paradigm. Portions (i.e. specific libraries) of the ASPIRE middleware will be hosted and run on low-cost RFID-enabled microelectronic systems, in order to further lower the TCO in mobility scenarios (i.e. mobile warehouses, trucks). Hence, the ASPIRE middleware platform will be combined with innovative European developments in the area of ubiquitous RFID-based sensing (e.g., , physical quantities sensing (temperature, humidity, pressure, acceleration), mobile re, low-cost), towards enabling novel business cases that ensure improved business results. The ASPIRE RFID middleware is currently an OW2 incubated project led by John Soldatos (AIT) and Didier Donsez (UJF).
03:30PM-04:00PM : Break
04:00PM-04:30PM : New project proposal : UShareSoft Solution Forge Overview and Demonstration, James Weir CTO, UShareSoft
Abstract : UShareSoft, recently created startup provides the first Solution Forge as a Service (SaaS) Platform specializing in the simple and automated
creation of open source based software appliances. This enables Developers,
Integrators and open source communities to safely create, update, share
and publish simple, repeatable high quality open source IT software solutions.
04:30PM-05:00PM: Title : KPI proposal for OSS metrics evaluationAuthor, Mauro Madravio, University of Milan. Download the presentation
From 2002 to now Mr Madravio collaborates with the Department of Information Technology of the University of Milan and its customers, working of the different themes:
He also collaborated in national and European financed projects:
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Hotel list :
Here are some suggestions of hotels. You may find other addresses at www.booking.com/Hotels-a-Grenoble
Near Grenoble central station:
Near the INRIA:
+33 (0)4 76 90 76 90, (10 min. by car) , 45 euros
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