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Wednesday, November 13 • 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Panel: Benefits and challenges of integrating open source components.

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Innovation goes software. Innovation goes collaborative. And collaborative software goes Open Source. Why? To provide new services, faster than ever, to end-users. The co-innovation between developers, integrators, open source communities and end-users is becoming a catalyst for successful IT projects. It helps provide just-in-time applications, with third-party components ; the right implementation with the right configuration, at the right cost. What are the criterias taken into account by industrials and commercial companies when choosing to integrate OSS components? How the ERM (Entreprise Risk Management) approach is today used in Open Source Software area? What are the key factors of success in integrating open source components? What tools do end-users or integrators have to evaluate the quality of the codes? What kind of support can be expected from the emerging RISCOSS platform?

Attend this OW2Con’13 Panel to discover some answers and take the opportunity to ask your own questions to our panel of experts.

Moderators
avatar for Olivier Bouzereau

Olivier Bouzereau

Community Coordinator, OW2
Community coordinator at OW2, he contributes to the dissemination of R&D collaborative projects in cloud computing and infrastructures. His articles appear in Le Parisien Economie, le Journal des Télécoms and Solutions IT & Logiciels. Enjoying the pressure of deadlines, Olivier also prepares conferences programs and contents for OW2Con, Cloud Interoperability Week, Cloud Computing World Expo, Mobility for... Read More →

Speakers
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Claudia Ayala

Researcher and Lecturer, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya- BarcelonaTech
She is a researcher and lecturer at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) and senior member of the GESSI group. She received the PhD degree in Informatics from UPC, and postdoct from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). She has authored more than 30 research papers. She has participated in European projects and several research and industrial collaborations. Her main research interests are OSS adoption... Read More →
avatar for Yacine Kheddache

Yacine Kheddache

CEO, ALYSEO
After beginning his career in the research & development laboratory of Nortel Networks, the deployment of many open source tools and the implementation of its technical expertise on innovative projects (VOIP, SAN, NAS, ...), Yacine goes to the world of Internet service providers. He joined the European broadband Internet service providers company, UPC / Chello and worked more than seven years on Internet services for Wanadoo, Orange...Strong... Read More →
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Serge Lacourte

ScalAgent
Serge Lacourte graduated from Ecole Polytechnique France, and holds a PhD from Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble. He has been leading ScalAgent DT as CEO since it was created in 2001, and have been member of the OW2 board since 2011. Before that he worked in an research-industry collaborative institute, on successive short term and focused projects, with the objective of transferring research results to the industrial partner... Read More →
avatar for Guillaume Rousseau

Guillaume Rousseau

CEO, ANTELINK
Guillaume is an early adopter of open source with a particular focus on innovative technologies. After guiding a dozen innovative start-ups, Guillaume starts working on the first Antelink stack at INRIA Research Center and is now the CEO of Antelink. Guillaume holds a Ph.D in Astrophysics an Space Technologies from Paris VII University, in addition he has completed management & finance education at ESSEC Business School.


Wednesday November 13, 2013 12:15pm - 1:00pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

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