This session includes a mix of OW2 technology presentations, project demonstrations, latest news on flagship projects and new projects presentations:
- 02:00: CLIF meets Jenkins: performance testing in continuous integration, or more...Bruno Dillenseger, Orange Labs
Abstract: CLIF is OW2's load testing framework project, featuring outstanding adaptation capabilities. Among its possible integrations (such as Eclipse or Maven), this presentation focuses on CLIF's plug-in for the Jenkins Continuous Integration Server. This integration may be seen as a simple web-based user interface for running performance tests, enabling automatic testing and reporting. A demonstration and some use cases will be given, including the use of Jenkins' distributed mode for monitoring applications in complex network topologies.
- 02:15: Next-gen Web technologies for next-gen business applications, Eric Descargues, DocDoku.
Abstract: After a long time of sleepiness, standard web technologies, those available on the browser and their supporting protocols, seem to evolve now constantly. Just imagine the progress made: we can now play video and audio tracks, display 3D scenes, draw on canvas, execute code outside of the UI thread, persist data and write files locally and even control the webcam. On the server side also the pace of evolution is high, we have jumped into the world of big data, massively parallel processing and real-time web. So the question is what to do with all that stuff? What kind of next-gen business applications can we create with those next-gen technologies? That is the question we will try to answer during this session by exploring the DocDokuPLM project that is an open source PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) software. We will explain how we developed the most interesting features and the innovation we want to bring to our customers. Thus, the presentation will approach both technical aspects and business cases.
- 02:30: OSGi @ OW2, Clément Escoffier, Guillaume Sauthier.
Abstract: OW2 and OSGi™ have a long story. OW2 proposes lots of tools, reusable components and frameworks for OSGi™. Just to cite some of the involved projects, Shelbie, Chameleon, OW2-Utils are contributing to this rich ecosystem. Testing, Running, Deploying, Managing, OW2 is becoming the Swiss army knife of the OSGi development. This talk gives an overview of this ecosystem, and how you can benefit from it right now. This talk is given by Clement Escoffier (Grenoble University / Dynamis Technologies.
- 02:45: How to integrate Bonita BPM 6 into your Java developments and applications?, Antoine Thomas, BonitaSoft
Abstract: In June 2013, Bonitasoft released Bonita BPM 6. With its brand new Portal, attractive and simple to use, end users will find it easy to adopt BPM applications and be able to work more efficiently. But we always think about developers: Bonita BPM Studio has plenty of great new features to develop applications even faster. The Java API lets you integrate Bonita BPM easily into existing Java applications. And even better - the Bonita BPM 6 Engine is completely rewritten from scratch, now built on a service-oriented architecture, in anticipation of living processes. Want to see a review of Bonita BPM 6, have a look at our roadmap, and see what's coming in the near future for the Bonita Community? Got questions for us? We're ready to share it all with you.
- 03:00: Emerginov - come back on the 1st year of the community, Morgan Richomme, Orange.
Abtsract: The Emerginov project has been officially published under free license in OW2 end of November 2012. Since this date we worked on the construction of the community and kept on animating codecamps and hackathons in Europe and Africa. The concept that was initially designed for Africa has been adopted for co innovation tooling in Brittany through the project innov@lannion. The project has been also selected by the FING for the carrefour des possibles Bretagne and was one the key stone of the FP7 European project reviewed end of June 2013. The goal of the presentation is to summarize the different actions of the project since the last presentation and the ambition of the project.
- 03:15: LemonLDAP::NG - the New Generation WebSSO !, David Coutadeur, Linagora.
Abtract: LemonLDAP::NG is a FOSS for WebSSO, access management and identity federation developed since 2005. Its community is active and regurlarly proposes new versions. This software provides many functionalities: * Multi-domain SSO * Configuration and session management * Form replay * Protocols support : LDAP, CAS, OpenID, SAML, Radius * Authentication methods chaining * Applications portal * Password management * Notifications * Connection history management * Put an application in maintenance state * Inserting a menu on protected applications LemonLDAP::NG can be used as a gateway between many authentifcation protocoles, for example : * Provide identity trough SAML after an LDAP authentication * Provide identity trough CAS after an OpenID authentication * Provide identity trough OpenID after a Twitter authentication LemonLDAP::NG is a efficient mean to link Saas applications to internal applications, all relying on the authentication of the enterprise directory.
- 03:30: Petals Integration Platform as a Service, Christophe Hamerling, Linagora
Abstract: Petals ESB is a platform based on SOA principles to interconnect heterogeneous systems, applications and services. It acts as a mediation and a communication layer in Information Systems. Its architecture and supported standards make it a valuable solution for both integration and SOA projects. While it is generally used in any size of information system, the Petals Team is currently building an integration Platform as a Service: the iPaaS. After a brief introduction to Petals ESB, the talk will show the usages of such Cloud-enabled Service Bus, its benefits and innovative features which will raise service-based infrastructire to an upper level.
- 03:45: Self Service BI with SpagoBI 4, Virginie Pasquon, Engineering Group.
Abstract: Self Service BI allows business users to access and work with information without the IT deparment's involvement. This does not only concern enterprise data but also private and unstructured data, stored on the final user's devices. SpagoBI 4 extends the support of Self Service BI scenarios from the agile development of analytical documents beyond enterprise boundaries bringing it to into the Open Data and the private domain as well. The Self Service by functionality is presented in the context of a full revision of the SpagoBI user interface towards an intuitive and appealing experience.
- 04:00 - 04:30pm: Break