OSGi Community Event 2014


The OSGi Community Event 2014 had a great line up. Thanks to everyone who joined us in Ludwigsburg, Germany in Oct, 2014.  Slides from the presentations are available from the links in the schedule below.

The OSGi Community Event 2014 had a great line up. Thanks to everyone who joined us in Ludwigsburg, Germany in Oct, 2014.

Slides from the presentations are available from the links in the schedule below.

Time Tutorial
09:00-12:00 OSGi enRoute, the Easy Way Towards Real Modularity – Schubartsaal

Peter Kriens [aQute]

12:00-12:30 Exhibits Open
12:30-13:30 Lunch
Time Welcome & Keynote
13:30-14:00 Welcome
14:00-14:50 Keynote: Towards the Open Source Economy

Marcin Jakubowski [Open Source Ecology]

14:50-15:00 Transition Time
Time Schubartsaal Slides Seminarräume 1-3 Slides
15:00-15:35 Breathing new life into JSP with OSGI? WHY!!!

Raymond Auge [Liferay, Inc]

Apache Karaf – Building OSGi applications on Apache Karaf

Torsten Frank [Cloudyle GmbH] & Alexander Grzesik [Cloudyle GmbH]

15:35-15:45 Transition Time
15:45-16:20 Many Bundles of Things

Matteo Rulli

Creating an all-purpose REST API for Cloud services using OSGi and Sling

David Bosschaert [Adobe] & Carsten Ziegeler [Adobe]

16:20-16:45 Break
16:45-17:20 Scaling and Orchestrating Microservices with OSGi

Neil Bartlett [Paremus]

How to turn your smart home developments into a profitable and sustainable business using OSGi

Kai Hackbath [ProSyst]

17:20-17:30 Transition Time
17:30-18:30 Case Study: Using OSGi within the Salesforce.com Data Center Automation Initiative

Tim Kral [Salesforce.com]

18:30-19:15 Stammtisch
19:15-20:15 Cirque d’Eclipse
20:30-21:30 OSGi IoT Demo & Hackathon EclipseCon BOFs


Time Keynote
09:00-10:00 Innovation Begins at Home

Andy Stanford-Clark [IBM]

10:00-10:30 Break
Time Schubartsaal Slides Seminarräume 1-3 Slides
10:30-11:05 OSGi and Spring Data for simple (Web) Application Development

Christian Baranowski [SEITENBAU Gmbh]

An epic split between OSGi tooling Eclipse PDE and Bndtools

Peter Kirschner

11:05-11:15 Transition Time
11:15-11:50 OSGi Semantic Versioning with Baselining in enRoute

Peter Kriens [aQute]

Incinerator – Eliminating Stale References in Dynamic OSGi Applications

Koutheir Attouchi, Andre Bottaro [Orange Labs]

11:50-12:15 Exhibits
12:15-13:45 Lunch
13:45-14:20 Mobilizing the Cloud with AIOLOS

Tim Verbelen [Ghent University – iMinds]

Look Inside Your OSGi Bundles and Build them Block by Block

Frank Alexander Kraemer [Bitreactive AS]

14:20-14:30 Transition Time
14:30-15:05 Service Oriented Web Development with OSGi

Carsten Ziegeler [Adobe]

Build bundles in the cloud – How Cloudyle PaaS+ helps creating OSGi applications in the cloud

Alexander Grzesik [Cloudyle GmbH] & Torsten Frank [Cloudyle GmbH]

15:05-15:15 Transition Time
15:15-15:50 HTTP Whiteboard – OSGI Compendium 6.0 – How web apps should have been!

Raymond Auge [Lifreray, Inc.]

Cloud Workshop(15.15 to 17.35) 

Host: David Bosscahert [Adobe]
15:50-16:15 Break
16:15-16:50 Introduction to Everit Component Registry

Balázs Zsoldos [Everit Kft.]

16:50-17:00 Transition Time
17:00-17:35 New Open Source project at HGI for SmartHome Device Abstraction Templates

Andreas Kraft [Telekom Innovation Laboratories]

17:35-18:00 Exhibits & Bars Open
18:00-19:00 Dinner Reception
19:00-20:00 OSGi IoT Hackathon Submissions  EclipseCon BOFs
20:00-21:00 Club EclipseCon Europe


Time Keynote Slides
09:00-10:00 Devolo Goes OSGi – When Hardware Needs Software

Georg Hermann [devolo AG]

10:00-10:30 Break
Time Schubartsaal Slides
10:30-11:05 Modularized persistence

Balázs Zsoldos [Everit Kft.]

11:05-11:15 Transition Time
11:15-11:50 Asynchronous Services – A promising future for OSGi

Tim Ward [Paremus]

11:50-12:15 Exhibits
12:15-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:05 OSGi Provisioning Deep Dive and Demo (Subsystems, Repository and more) 

David Bosschaert [Adobe]

14:05-14:15 Transition Time
14:15-14:50 Making everything better with OSGi: a happy case study in building a really nice runtime

Holy Cummins [IBM]

14:50-15:00 Transition Time
15:00-15:45 Closing Session