OSGi Community Event 2008

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Day 1: Tuesday, June 10, 2008
TIME SESSION SPEAKER
0900 – 1000 Conference Registration
1000 – 1030 Welcome Stan Moyer, President of OSGi Alliance
1030 – 1115 Keynote – OSGi Service Enabler Peter Möckel, Managing Director T-Labs, Deutsche Telekom AG Laboratories
1115 – 1130 CVIS Project Christer Larsson, Makewave
1130 – 1145 Open Product Lines Frank van der Linden, Philips
1145 – 1200 Service Centric Home (SerCHo) Kai Hackbarth, ProSyst
1200 – 1315 Hosted Lunch
1315 – 1345 e-Business/Enterprise-grade Content Management Hans Bossenbroek, Luminis
1345 – 1415 Cisco Application eXtension Platform (AXP) James Weathersby, Cisco
1415 – 1445 OSGi and Next Generation Trains  Jens Haeger, Deutsche Bahn
1445 – 1515 Using OSGi for the Realization of Complex Building Management Systems Peter Schramm, Busch-Jäger & Dimitar Valtchev, ProSyst
1515 – 1545 Afternoon Break
1545 – 1615 Siemens OpenSOA: A Unified Communications Service Framework built on OSGi  Dieter Hemkemeyer, Siemens
1615 – 1645 Using OSGi Technology for Retail Stores  Stefan Fassmann, IBM
1645 – 1715 Sprint Titan: Open for Mobile Business Jon Bostrom, MobiNoir Consulting
1715 – 1745 Making the Home Gateway an Operator Control Point  Andreas Sayegh, Deutsche Telekom Laboratories
1745 2000

Networking Reception and Demos

2000 – 2100 Software Engineering Radio Panel – Recorded for a future podcast Martin Lippert

 

Day 2: Wednesday, June 11, 2008
TIME SESSION Track 1 SESSION Track 2
0800 – 0930 Conference Registration & Continental Breakfast
0800 – 0930 OSGi Member’s Only Meeting
Guest Speaker – Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Foundation
0930 – 0945 Welcome and Keynote Introduction
Stan Moyer, President of OSGi Alliance
0945 – 1030 Keynote
Peter Kriens, OSGi Alliance Technical Director
1030 – 1115 Enterprise Persistence in OSGi
Michael Keith, Oracle
Your last mile to SOA and Web 2.0: Lotus Expeditor for Devices
Eric MF Hsu, IBM
1115 – 1200 OW2 JOnAS 5.0 Java EE AS: An OSGi Based Integration Platform
François Fornaciari, Bull & Walter Rudametkin, University Joseph Fourier
An OSGi based HMI for networked vehicles
Miguel García Longarón, TID
1200 – 1315 Hosted Lunch
1315 – 1400 Distributed OSGi Services with the Eclipse Communication Framework
Jan Rellermeyer, ETH Zurich & Markus Kuppe, Versant Inc.
What OSGi technology offers to mobile enterprise developers
Jo Ritter, ProSyst
1400 – 1445 Data Capture in IBM WebSphere Premises Server
Aldo Eisma, IBM
Do not disturb my circles! Secure Application Isolation with OSGi
Mirko Jahn & Markus Gumbel, ICW
1445 – 1515 Afternoon Break
1515 – 1600 iPOJO: The Simple Life
Richard Hall, Visiting Assistant Professor at Tufts University
Runtime Diagnosis of Stale References in the OSGi Services Platform
Kiev Gama & Didier Donsez, Université Grenoble
1600 – 1645 Spring Dynamic Modules for OSGi by Example
Martin Lippert, Consultant
Opening OSGi to the world: Simple integration of services not written in Java
Tobias Wegner, TU Dortmund
1645 – 1730 WebLogic Event Server
Alexandre Alves, BEA
Everything can be a bundle – making OSGi bundles of Java legacy code
Gunnar Ekolin, Makewave
1730 – 1745 Closing Remarks
Stan Moyer, President of OSGi Alliance

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