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Tuesday, November 12
 

9:00am

OW2 Board of Directors
Tuesday November 12, 2013 9:00am - 12:00pm
Room IA 58/60

9:00am

RISCOSS Convention
Agenda:
- Opening: Xavier Franch and Angelo Susi (30')
- OSSMETER, Automated Measurement and Analysis of Open Source Software by Alessandra Bagnato (30')
- RISCOSS Proof of Concept showcase (30')
- Open discussion with invited experts (75')
- wrap-up (15')

Abstract: RISCOSS develops a risk management-based methodology and a platform to facilitate the adoption of open source code into mainstream products and services. During this first RISCOSS convention, Xavier French (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya) and Angelo Susi (Fondazione Bruno Kessler) will present the ongoing efforts on data models and planned algorithms. External members will contribute to deliver a clear picture on the impacts on corporate and industrial information systems. A first Proof of Concept of the RISCOSS platform will be demonstrated. Then, an open discussion with experts will highlight next collaboration opportunities. Public and free workshop, access with registration.

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
avatar for Alessandra Bagnato

Alessandra Bagnato

Research Project Manager, Softeam R & D
Research Scientist and Project Manager at SOFTEAM R&D Department, Modelio.org (http://www.modelio.org/). Actively involved in fostering R&D in Europe and in the Open Source promotion and adoption by the industry. Currently she is involved in the FP7 project OSSMETER (Automated Measurement and Analysis of Open Source Software) funded by European Commission for the improvement of the state-of-the-art in the field of automated analysis and... Read More →
avatar for Xavier Franch

Xavier Franch

Associate Professor, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Principal investigator of the GESSI research group, http://www.essi.upc.edu/~gessi/ at the UPC. Research interests are many in the discipline of software and service engineering, with focus on OSS development, requirements engineering, software architecture, service oriented computing. Invited talks and tutorials in venues like ICSE, RE and RCIS. Program Chair at ICSOC'14, CAiSE'12, REFSQ'11 and ICCBSS'06; General Chair at RE'08 and FiCloud'14... Read More →
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Angelo Susi

Research scientist, Fondazione Bruno Kessler - IRST CIT
Angelo Susi is a research scientist in the Software Engineering unit of FBK. His research interests are in the areas of Requirements Engineering, Goal-oriented software engineering, Formal Methods for requirements validation, and Search-based software engineering. He published more than 70 refereed papers in journals and international conferences and participated in the organisation committee of several conferences, such as SSBSE‘12... Read More →


Tuesday November 12, 2013 9:00am - 1:00pm
Room IA61/63

1:00pm

Lunch Break
The lunch break is sponsored by Inria

Tuesday November 12, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Main Entrance Hall

2:00pm

CHOReOS Workshop - Future Internet Session
Agenda:
- An introduction to Future Internet Software and Services Initiative (OW2)
- Service-oriented computing in the Future Internet: The CHOReOS IDRE (Sébastien Keller, Thales)
- Design/MDE in FISSi developments (speaker tbc)
- Revisiting Service Bus for the Future Internet: The CHOReOS XSB (speaker tbc)
- The CHOReOS Service oriented Middleware for the Future Internet (speaker tbc)
- Wrap-up on code base, experiment and FISSi (speaker tbc)

Abstract:
CHOReOS
project is developing the platform for ultra-large-scale applications for the Future Internet.
Aligned with the Future Internet European initiative, the OW2 FISSi (Future Internet Software and Services Initiative) is an outcome of the CHOReOS project. Designed for the next stage of distributed applications where the next 20 billion hosts on the Internet, will not be traditional computers but rather a variety of things (watches, appliances, cameras, cars, other devices), FISSi is of interest for most stakeholders in the Future Internet. In this context, the CHOReOS project appears as “Middleware for the Internet of Things (IoT). CHOReOS is a project funded in part by the FP7 programme of the European Commission. This workhop is open to all interested parties.

For more information, check the CHOReOS video.


Tuesday November 12, 2013 2:00pm - 5:30pm
Room IA69

2:00pm

OSCi (OW2 Open Source Cloudware Initiative) Convention - OpenCloudware & OCEAN projects
This workshop is proposed and coordinated by the OW2 Open Source Cloudware Initiative (OSCi) with the aim to explore cooperation opportunities between projects.
This is open to all under registration.

OW2 actively participate in a handful of cloud projects, being one of the most active community in the open cloud field and continuously contributing to the promotion of interoperability efforts. This workshop will include:

- OpenCloudware Project Annual Conference. Opencloudware develops an Open Source vApp Lifecycle Management Solution for Multi-Cloud. 

- OCEAN Project: the OCEAN creates synergies and develops interoperability among European open cloud collaborative R&D projects. Cedric Thomas, OW2 CEO, will also mention ow2stack testbed infrastructure.

- Cedexis EMEA/APAC CTO, Francois Aichelbaum will present the Cedexis radar (clouds and CDN networks performance monitor) and how it's interfacing to cloud infrastructures.

- Nu@ge approach to hybrid clouds for SMEs, from Marc Triboulet, NonStop Systems CEO

- MODACLOUDS Project, Andrey Sadovykh, Softeam.

- France Grilles: Yannick Legré, Senior Research Engineer at CNRS-IdGC will present France Grilles missions, recent cooperations with French clouds projects and with Asia-Pacific projects.

- CompatibleOne leader Jean-Pierre Laisné will reveal CompatibleOne news. He will also answer to questions related to the Cloud Interoperability week in Madrid and the benefits for Open Cloud projects to participate to such test sessions and tutorials in 2014.


Speakers
avatar for Francois Aichelbaum

Francois Aichelbaum

CTO zone EMEA/APAC, Cedexis
I started with computers in the middle of the 80s (coding and electronic). Passionate, I got graduate twice with masters in system/network management and also in system/network programming. In parallel of my studies, I start working as IT journalist then did my first class in web hosting by Agarik. From then, I worked mainly in web, creating new solutions (softwares or architectures). Last, I worked for Yacast Media (french CDN, in good days... Read More →
avatar for Jean-Pierre Laisné

Jean-Pierre Laisné

Leader, CompatibleOne
Leader of the CompatibleOne project, Jean-Pierre Laisné is well known for his professional open source activism. Since 1992 with Pick Systems, Linbox and Bull, Jean-Pierre has been not only advocating but demonstrating the power of open source for the enterprise as a whole. President of ObjectWeb and OW2, co-founder of Aful, co-founder and president of Open World Forum, co-founder of OW2 Open Source Cloudware Initiative, Jean-Pierre has 30... Read More →
avatar for Yannick Legré

Yannick Legré

Senior Research Engineer, CNRS Institut des Grilles et du Cloud
Yannick Legré is a senior research engineer at the French National Scientific Research Centre - Grid and Cloud Institute (CNRS-IdGC). Currently, he is working as package leader of  2 EU-funded projects in the area of Biodiversity and Environmental Research, ENVRI (www.envri.eu) & CReATIVE-B (www.creative-b.eu). Yannick has been a co-founder and the president of the international HealthGrid association, and the director for International... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Stern

Daniel Stern

Research Scientist, Orange Labs
Daniel Stern has been working in the Research and Development at Orange for more than 20 years in different technical fields. After a PhD in applied mathematics in 1987 from UPMC (Paris) he started to work at the French Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) as a statistician in the social sciences. Then he joined the Orange R&D, working first in the area of statistics, then in the area of network traffic models where he led a research team... Read More →
avatar for Cedric Thomas

Cedric Thomas

CEO, OW2
CEO , OW2 Consortium ( France) | | Cedric Thomas, is OW2 CEO. An IT industry veteran with twenty-five years of experience in strategic and marketing consulting for IT vendors and systems integrators, Cedric has masterminded the launch of the OW2 Consortium. Previously, as both an investor and a consultant with FronTier Associates, the consulting company he founded in 1997, he actively took part in three IPOs, contributed to the launch of... Read More →


Tuesday November 12, 2013 2:00pm - 5:30pm
Room IA 58/60

4:00pm

OW2 Technology Council
Tuesday November 12, 2013 4:00pm - 6:00pm
IA64
 
Wednesday, November 13
 

9:00am

Opening & Registration
Wednesday November 13, 2013 9:00am - 9:30am
Main Entrance Hall

9:30am

Welcome and Introduction, Gabriele Ruffatti, OW2 President & Cedric Thomas, OW2 CEO
Speakers
avatar for Gabriele Ruffati

Gabriele Ruffati

ICT Innovation Director, Engineering Group
Gabriele is Architectures & Processes for ICT Innovation Director at Engineering Group's Technical, Innovation & Research Division. He is also head of the Big Data and Open Source Competency Centers, as well as Methodologies, Processes and Services Director at Engineering's Software Labs. In 2004 he founded the SpagoWorld initiative, which develops and manages some projects within OW2 and Eclipse Foundation. He is a member of the Board of... Read More →
avatar for Cedric Thomas

Cedric Thomas

CEO, OW2
CEO , OW2 Consortium ( France) | | Cedric Thomas, is OW2 CEO. An IT industry veteran with twenty-five years of experience in strategic and marketing consulting for IT vendors and systems integrators, Cedric has masterminded the launch of the OW2 Consortium. Previously, as both an investor and a consultant with FronTier Associates, the consulting company he founded in 1997, he actively took part in three IPOs, contributed to the launch of... Read More →


Wednesday November 13, 2013 9:30am - 9:45am
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

9:45am

Keynote - Anna Nietyksza, EESC (European Economic and Social Committee)
Mrs. Nietyksza will present an overview of the European digital agenda for the coming years and cover topics such as cloud computing, social networks and place of the open source in the future european innovations.

Speakers
avatar for Anna Nietyksza

Anna Nietyksza

Member of the EESC, Digital Agenda Group, Rapporteur on the Single Telecom Market, President of EuroCloud Polska, Presid, Comité Economique et Social Européen (CESE)
President of EFICOM S.A., Member of the European Economic and Social Committee, Rapporteur on the single telecom market Initiative. | | Anna Katarzyna Nietyksza founded EFICOM S.A. in 1999, a capital group, leader in investment and European consulting, listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange’s NewConnect market since 2007. Certified Adviser on the WSE NewConnect market. The company specializes in obtaining EU funding for... Read More →


Wednesday November 13, 2013 9:45am - 10:15am
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

10:15am

Keynote - Thierry Souche, Orange

Thierry Souche will introduce in this keynote the Orange Lab's strategy with regards to open cloud. He will show in addition how Orange encourages OEMs and telecom solutions providers to expand the use of open source in their solutions and their involvment in communities.

Speakers
avatar for Thierry Souche

Thierry Souche

Senior VP Products and Services, Orange Labs
After training as an engineer (X / ENST), Thierry Souche, joined the France Telecom Group in 1994, with his good international experience, he helped to establish the Orange brand in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Romania in significantly improving the quality perceived by the customer network. Since July 2011, he is in charge of the Orange Labs Products and Services (OLPS) management, which provides technical product liability and Orange... Read More →


Wednesday November 13, 2013 10:15am - 10:45am
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

10:45am

Coffee Break (sponsored by Microsoft)
Wednesday November 13, 2013 10:45am - 11:15am
Main Entrance Hall

11:15am

OW2 Use Cases and Success Stories - Session Chair Cédric Thomas
This session focuses on real world Use Cases of OW2 components and platforms, and includes the following presentations from OW2 project leaders or members of the community:

- 11:15 - 11:30am: Société du Canal de Provence Hybrid Cloud with OW2 ProActive, Denis Caromel & Brian Amedro, ActiveEon and Evelyne Vaissié, Système d'Information (2SI) & Fabrice Ernandes, Service du Système d’Information, Société du Canal de Provence (SCP)

Abstract: OW2 ProActive features the unique capacity to build Private Cloud (both in Native and Virtualized modes), together with dynamic bursting on all major Public Clouds. Overall, ProActive actually enables Cloud Brokering. Such an installation has been successfully achieved with ActiveEon’s customer SCP (Société du Canal de Provence). SCP mission is to develop and manage water resources, in order to provide a safe and reliable water supply for agriculture, industry and domestic use. SCP has strong credentials in over 40 countries in the fields of water development, management and engineering, as well as in operation and maintenance of hydraulic infrastructures. SCP uses ProActive and Azure Cloud to accelerate the IRMA application that simulate and compute settings for water distribution networks. ActiveEon made it possible to accelerate IRMA execution, to execute it on a private Cloud specifically built with ProActive over SCP internal resources (Windows and Unix OS), and to execute it as well on Microsoft Cloud, Windows Azure. With ActiveEon, SCP is able to execute IRMA runs that were lasting 3 full days, in only 30 minutes on Windows Azure. Moreover, all data and result transfers are included and automatically achieved in the figure above!

- 11:30 - 11:45am: Making Tough Open Core Product Decisions. Yves de Montcheuil, Talend.
Abstract: Open core has become a nasty phrase in some circles. Perched high on the fence that separates open source and proprietary software, the open core model has caused debate ever since it first emerged. Open core companies that enter the market with the best of intentions all too often prioritize their enterprise products (or, more to the point, the financial opportunities that they create) and allowing their communities to slowly decay. The open core model has worked, though…and when it does work, it creates explosive growth for the business, the technology, and its community. With the right leaders and priorities, it is possible to consistently make product decisions that are both profitable and community-friendly. In this session, Yves de Montcheuil from Talend talks about how his company approaches the open core model, where it’s worked, where it’s been surprisingly difficult, and how to maintain community values when divisive commercial opportunities become increasingly hard to resist.

- 11:45 - 12:00pm: GeoBI.info: when Open Data meet Cartogprahy, Andrea Gioia, Engineering Group.
Abstract: The presentation describes the GeoBI.info project, realized by TIS Innovation Park together with SpagoBI Competency Center. The project aims to promote the use of open data through their representation by thematic maps. Thanks to the system, based on the SpagoBI suite and available through the GeoBI.info web site, users can visualize interactive thematic maps or create new ones, starting from public and private catalogs of data through intuitive and easy-to-use Self Service BI tools. Registered users can publish new data in the catalog and choose how to share them with other users. The resulting maps can be accessed directly on the GeoBI.info web site or distributed through the most popular social networks. The presentation focus on the description of the functionalities, the way users access to them and the planned evolutions. Finally a short demo will be shown. co-speaker: Roland Kofler, TIS Innovation Park - roland.kofler@tis.bz.it


- 12:00 - 12:15pm: Accelerating mission critical business processes with Bonita BPM 6. Antoine Thomas, BonitaSoft.
Abstract: Do you already have Java application(s) for running your business, or new ones in development? You don't want to change your information systems -- you'd surely rather integrate BPM and workflow into them. You want it to be Open Source. The solution here is to integrate or embed Bonita BPM 6 in your development! From Eclipse setup to Java API usage to communicate with Bonita_Client, we will show how with an interesting use case. And more...after the presentation, the files of the use case will be available on GitHub for you to fork!



Speakers
avatar for Brian Amedro

Brian Amedro

CTO, ActiveEon
Brian Amedro is Cloud Solutions Architect in ActiveEon. He is the core developer of ProActive Parallel Suite, an Open Source Java middleware for parallel and distributed computing, which is a part of the OW2 Consortium.
avatar for Denis Caromel

Denis Caromel

CEO, ActiveEon
Denis Caromel is CEO & Founder of ActiveEon Cloud company. His technical work includes distributed, and Cloud computing. Denis Caromel gave many invited talks on Cloud, Parallel and Distributed Computing around the world (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Berkeley, Stanford, NASA Langley, IBM Tom Watson and Zurich). He acted as keynote speaker at several major conferences (MDM, DAPSYS 2008, CGW'08, Shanghai CCGrid 2009, IEEE ICCP'09, ICPADS 2009... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Gioia

Andrea Gioia

SpagoBI Consultant, Engineering Group
Andrea Gioia has been involved in the design and development of SpagoBI suite from the beginning and in several BI projects over time. As a SpagoBI architect and BI consultant, he has gained valuable expertise on enterprise application design, software development methodologies, data warehousing, dimensional analysis and business intelligence. He supports customers with training and consulting activities and is active in SpagoBI advocacy at... Read More →
avatar for Yves de Montcheuil

Yves de Montcheuil

VP of Marketing, Talend
Yves de Montcheuil is the Vice President of Marketing at Talend, the recognized leader in open source integration. He has 20 years of product management, product marketing and corporate marketing experience with successful US and European software companies. Yves holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from Supelec in France. He has presented at numerous industry events and conferences and authored several... Read More →
avatar for Antoine Thomas

Antoine Thomas

Community Manager, Bonitasoft
Antoine Thomas, aka "ttoine", has been involved in various Open Source and Free Software projects and communities for many years. He is the manager of the Bonita Open Source Community.


Wednesday November 13, 2013 11:15am - 12:00pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

12:15pm

Panel: Benefits and challenges of integrating open source components.
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
avatar for Claudia Ayala

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 →
avatar for Serge Lacourte

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

1:00pm

Lunch Break (sponsored by Inria)
The lunch break is sponsored by Inria

Wednesday November 13, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Main Entrance Hall

2:00pm

OW2 Project Spotlight
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



Speakers
avatar for DILLENSEGER Bruno

DILLENSEGER Bruno

R&D Engineer, ORANGE
Bruno Dillenseger is a computing scientist and engineer. He has been working in the field of distributed computing for years, integrating component-based architecture design and autonomic computing concerns to his fields of investigation. He is now working in cloud computing, still keeping architectural and self-management principles in mind. His contributions range from academic papers to code in open source projects. Since 2002, he is leading... Read More →
avatar for David Coutadeur

David Coutadeur

Identity integrator, Linagora
David Coutadeur is member of LemonLDAP::NG core team, works at Linagora in LinID team and is implied in other free softwares like LDAP Synchronization Connector and LDAP Tool Box.
avatar for Eric Descargues

Eric Descargues

Co-founder & managing partner, Docdoku
Eric Descargues is co-founder and managing partner of DocDoku, an IT organisation focused on digital enterprise applications. Specialized in mobile, cloud & web, we are committed to the open source and we make DocDokuPLM.
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Clement Escoffier

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Who am I? That’s a good question. I had several professional lives, from academic positions to management. Currently, I’m working for Red Hat as Vert.x core developer. I touched to many domains and technologies such as OSGi, mobile app development, continuous delivery, devops… My main point of interest? Software engineering, so processes, methods, tools that make the development of software more efficient and also more fun... Read More →
avatar for Christophe Hamerling

Christophe Hamerling

Software Architect, Linagora
Christophe is a Software Engineer/Developer/Architect/Addict working on Service Oriented Architecture and Cloud Projects at Linagora, a French Open Source Software Editor and active OW2 member. Christophe is one of the main OW2-Petals ESB comiter and works on several European and French research projects dealing with SOA, Cloud and Open source.
avatar for Virginie Pasquon

Virginie Pasquon

Sales Engineer, SpagoBI Labs by Engineering Group
Virginie has obtained her Information Technology degree, Business Organization Engineering, at the "Politecnico" in Turin, Italy. Her graduation thesis focused on Offshoring in the Information Technology domain, including a detailed analysis of the related scenarios, trends and developments. She has gained valuable expertise in the automotive field as business analyst. At present, she contributes to the development of SpagoBI Suite, supports... Read More →
avatar for Morgan Richomme

Morgan Richomme

Emerginov project leader, Orange
Morgan Richomme is working in Orange Labs as network architect for innovative services. He used to work on VoIP solutions and is involved in the Orange group open source governance definition. He is the Emerginov project leader. He is in charge of several research contracts between Orange Labs and different African universities on API and enablers topics.
avatar for Guillaume Sauthier

Guillaume Sauthier

Co-Founder & Software Architect, Peergreen
Guillaume Sauthier is co-founder and software architect of Peergreen, an IT company specialized in Java PaaS. He's working on Peergreen Platform, a modular cloud platform based on OSGi. | In the past, he also worked at Bull for 9 years, on the JOnAS open source application server. He worked on the web services area for many years, contributing and becoming a committer in the Apache Axis project. Since then, he continued his contributions to... Read More →
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Antoine Thomas

Community Manager, Bonitasoft
Antoine Thomas, aka "ttoine", has been involved in various Open Source and Free Software projects and communities for many years. He is the manager of the Bonita Open Source Community.


Wednesday November 13, 2013 2:00pm - 4:00pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

2:00pm

Atelier juridique du GTLL Systematic
Wednesday November 13, 2013 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Room IA69

4:00pm

Coffee Break (sponsored by Microsoft)
Wednesday November 13, 2013 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Main Entrance Hall

4:30pm

OW2 Project Spotlight
- 04:30: New OW2 Project presentation : AxelorPlatform, AxelorERP&CRM, Laith Jubair, Axelor.
Abstract: Axelor has just launched new Open Source products after several years of R&D : Axelor Platform is the first java framework focus on only business application developpement. It includes all in one toold to built efficiently and quickly buisness web and mobile apps. based on Axelro Platform, Axelor ERP&CRM are complete, powerfull & ready to use ERP with unmatched possibilities to customise.


- 04:45: Meet Nanoko: a Javascript SOA Platform and Build Process, Nicolas Rempulski, Ubidreams.
Abstract: Nanoko is not a MVC or MVVM framework. Unlike angular or ember, Nanoko proposes a build process ensuring the reproducibility of the build. It also integrates testing, aggregation, minification, and a bunch of web languages such as Less and CoffeeScript. Nanoko also proposes a framework to build and run modular applications. the main outcome of Nanoko comes from this combination: an industrial build process, and a modular runtime.Nanoko does not focus on an UI-centric architecture style, but embraces service-orientation making the development more flexible, and the integration really easy. Ubidreams has developed a cross-platform app named "Gourmandise" for Remy Cointreau. This application is a mobile catalog used by the sales department when meeting customers. In addition to the iPad application a web application (CMS) was developed using the Nanoko stack. This CMS runs on any browser (including IE8)

- 05:00: OTLY - A framework for realtime collaboration, Fabio Mancinelli, XWiki.
Abstract: Operational Transformation is a technique for synchronizing changes to a document among different clients. It is widely used in different technologies both open and closed source (e.g., ShareJS, Apache Wave and Google Drive Realtime API) OTLY is a framework based on Operational Transformation that is being developed by XWiki SAS as a refactoring of its realtime editor. OTLY aims at providing a common foundation for contributing collaborative document models and binding to widely used editors. OTLY is targeting both Java and Javascript for the client side, and Java on the server side.



Speakers
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Laith Jubair

CEO, Axelor
Laith JUBAIR - CEO Axelor
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Fabio Mancinelli

Research Project Manager, XWiki SAS
I grew up with computers and I like to use them to create and hack things that are useful to other people. I like to grasp the artistic side of what we do with computers: beautiful code and algorithms, elegant architectures and gorgeous results of computation. A Computer Science researcher and proud developer interested in Java technologies, programming languages, functional programming, networking, open source, software engineering and... Read More →
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Nicolas Rempulski

CTO, Ubidreams
Nicolas Rempulski is CTO of Ubidreams. He is also doctor in computer science as he passed his Ph.D. thesis "Supervisors dynamic synthesis for interactive application adaptive execution" in the S2I team at L3I Laboratory of La Rochelle University ( France).His domains of Expertise are Interactive Storytelling, FSA formal model, Web Technologies (HTML5, CSS3, JS), Hybrid applications (Phonegap), Maven and Web Project Management.


Wednesday November 13, 2013 4:30pm - 5:15pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

5:15pm

Data on Clouds
The presentations in this track provide an overview of solutions proposed by OW2 technologies or external projects that help solve the problematic of large-scale data in the framework of cloud computing.

- 05:15pm: How to maximize the value of Big Data with SpagoBI suite through a comprehensive approach, Monica Franceschini, Engineering Group, SpagoBI.
Abstract: The vastness and variety of the Big Data landscape requires a new explorative paradigm to analyze data and extract new value from information. The speech describes the approach adopted by SpagoBI suite to manage large volumes of heterogeneous structured and unstructured data, to perform real-time Business Intelligence on Big Data streaming and to give meaning to data through the semantic analysis. SpagoBI supplies meaningful data insights through the main concept of persistable and schedulable datasets, and using tools such as self-service BI, ad-hoc reporting, interactive dashboards and explorative analysis.

- 05:30pm: Scalable ETL with Talend and Hadoop, Cédric Carbone, Talend.
Abstract: ETL is the process of extracting data from one location, transforming it, and loading it into a different location, often for the purposes of collection and analysis. As Hadoop becomes a common technology for sophisticated analysis and transformation of petabytes of structured and unstructured data, the task of moving data in and out efficiently becomes more important and writing transformation jobs becomes more complicated. Talend provides a way to build and automate complex ETL jobs for migration, synchronization, or warehousing tasks. Using Talend's Hadoop capabilities allows users to easily move data between Hadoop and a number of external data locations using over 450 connectors. Also, Talend can simplify the creation of MapReduce transformations by offering a graphical interface to Hive, Pig, and HDFS. In this talk, Cédric Carbone will discuss how to use Talend to move large amounts of data in and out of Hadoop and easily perform transformation tasks in a scalable way.

- 05:45pm: Altic's big analytics stack, Charly Clairmont, Altic.
Abstract: For a long time Altic has been an active member of the OW2 BI Initiative. Since a few years, Altic has taken a deep interest in the Big Data technologies, like many others actors of the OW2 consortium. Some of them even have added new features related to Big Data in their offers. Altic and its partners, Talend and Engeeniring Informatica (SpagoBI), have decided to create a Big Data Stack using their own solutions. The magic thing : Altic hasn't changed the way its projects are done but only learnt how to store Big Data and compute them. In this presentation we will propose to discover our Big Data stack with : * Hadoop and Spark to store and compute data * Talend DI to create Big Data tasks published and scheduled in SpagoBI * SpagoBI to manage security and allow end users to access to data visualization. For a more user friendly Big Data stack we provide new components : * tMahout talend component which helps us to create Datamining job inside Hadoop without code development in MapReduce paradingm, * SpagoBID3Engine which provides easy manipulation of data to develop beautiful data visualizations



Speakers
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Cédric Carbone

CTO, Talend
Cédric Carbone is Talend's Chief Technical Officer since its inception, where he manages the big data, data integration, data quality, MDM and ESB products lines with an international team of more than 140 R&D engineers. He's also a Board Member at the Eclipse Foundation and OW2 consortium. Cédric has lectured at several universities on technical topics such as XML or Web Services. He holds a Master's Degree in Computer... Read More →
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Charly Clairmont

CTO, Synaltic
Co-founder of ALTIC, and now Synaltic, Charly Clairmont began his career in web startups before turning to open source and more particularly in Business Intelligence. Today he develops his expertise on big data technologies and especially in the Hadoop ecosystem. With others folks he co-founded the Hadoop User Group France and the Paris Spark Meetup.
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Monica Franceschini

SpagoBI Architect and Big Data specialist, Engineering Group
Monica Franceschini is SpagoBI Architect and Big Data specialist at the SpagoBI Competency Center of Engineering Group. She delivers consulting services and training courses on SpagoBI. She also contributes to the development of the suite and to the realization of customers' projects. As Big Data specialist, she is currently developing Big Data solutions for SpagoBI analytics. With more than ten years of experience as an IT solution architect... Read More →


Wednesday November 13, 2013 5:15pm - 6:00pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

6:00pm

OW2 Best Project Award Ceremony
Wednesday November 13, 2013 6:00pm - 6:30pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

6:30pm

Free Beer Party (Sponsored by Inria)
Wednesday November 13, 2013 6:30pm - 8:00pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux
 
Thursday, November 14
 

9:00am

Keynote - Roberto Di Cosmo, Inria.
Free Software: challenges and opportunities for the next decade.
Free software is pervasive, and is being used in some form in practically all software developments. We now face the challenge, and have the opportunity, of creating and using tools that will allow us to accompany the growth of Free Software over the next years.

Speakers
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Roberto Di Cosmo

Inria, IRILL, University of Paris VII
Teach computer science, work on scientific challenges, bringing sound formal methods to the rescue of the growing complexity of the modern software landscape. Disseminate scientific knowledge, taking part in the public debate about the new issues that are introduced by the general usage of information technology in our world. Contribute to an open society, fostering the evolution of free software. Fight monopolies, help innovation... Read More →


Thursday November 14, 2013 9:00am - 9:30am
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

9:30am

Keynote - Gianugo Rabellino, Microsoft
Gianugo Rabellino will explain Microsoft's perspectives on open source and the convergence of devices and services.

Speakers
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Gianugo Rabellino

Senior Director Microsoft Open Technologies, Microsoft
Since 2010, Gianugo Rabellino is the Senior Director of Open Source Communities at Microsoft Open Technologies in Redmond, WA, after spending nearly five years as CEO of Europe’s leading Open Source systems integrator, Sourcesense Europe BV. He has been at the forefront of the Open Source movement in Europe, founding the first official Italian Linux organization in 1994, and launching Orixo, the consortium of European Open Source companies... Read More →


Thursday November 14, 2013 9:30am - 10:00am
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

10:00am

Keynote - Shuo YANG, Huawei
NFV and OpenStack: Convergence of IT and CT infrastructure
OpenStack is winning support across the IT industry while NFV
(Network Function Virtualization) has been widely endorsed by CT
(Communication Technology) industry. OpenStack will become the
future IT control panel while NFV is the blueprint of future telecom
infrastructure. The combination of these two fundamental changes
will shape both IT and CT, transforming them into a unified ICT
infrastructure. This convergence will bring openness and wide
adoption, but also will impose unique challenges (performance and
reliability) to build cloud platforms. Huawei, as the key CT vendor
and an emerging IT player, is committed to contribute to both
OpenStack and NFV, and to lead the convergence of them. In this
talk, we will talk about the business opportunity, technical
challenges, ecosystem and our vision and practices around the
OpenStack and NFV journey.

Speakers
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Shuo YANG

Shuo YANG, Ph.D, Chief Architect of Cloud Services, IT Product Line, Huawei
Shuo joined Huawei USA, Santa Clara since 2010. He has been working | on building Hadoop, Spark based BigData infrastructure solutions, | andsince 2012 he has been leading Huawei’s effort on OpenStack | contributions, products and services based on OpenStack. Before | joining Huawei USA, he has worked in Google, Mountain View, focusing | on Google’s infrastructure R&D since 2006. He obtained his PhD | degree from Purdue... Read More →


Thursday November 14, 2013 10:00am - 10:30am
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

10:35am

Panel: Hybrid Clouds: How to get the best of both worlds?
Most organizations deployed on-premises IT equipments, inside their buildings, to store and protect digital data and applications such as R&D workloads. Mainly for financial reasons, companies decided to outsource their commodity systems to virtualized resources placed on external datacenters. Mixing both models, private and public clouds, into a unique hybrid cloud provides new opportunities but also new challenges.
The financial, interoperability, portability and security issues will be covered and reviewed during the discussion. Where are the best practices, methods, metrics and testing tools for
the hybrid cloud?

Attend this OW2Con’13 Panel to find some answers and ask your own questions to our panel of experts and hybrid cloud end-users.

Moderators
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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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Brian Amedro

CTO, ActiveEon
Brian Amedro is Cloud Solutions Architect in ActiveEon. He is the core developer of ProActive Parallel Suite, an Open Source Java middleware for parallel and distributed computing, which is a part of the OW2 Consortium.
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Nick (Nicolas) Barcet

Director of Product Management - OpenStack, Red Hat
Nick is the Director of Product Management for OpenStack at Red Hat.  Nick joined Red Hat in June 2014, as part of the acquisition of eNovance, where he was VP of Products. Prior to that role, Nick was Ubuntu Server and Cloud Product manager at Canonical, where he participated in the definition and success of Ubuntu as a platform above and under the cloud. Nick joined the OpenStack project since its first summit in Austin and founded the... Read More →
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Fayçal Boujemaa

R&D Manager, Cloudwatt
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John Bruylant

Group Chief Technology Services, Sodexo Group, SoTech Services
John Bruylant is actively leading the "Global Technology Services" Team of the Sodexo Group (420 000+ employees). Thanks to a strategy based on cost-effective and agile integration of Private, Hybrid and Public Clouds, global Communication and Collaboration Services are provided to 34,000+ sites across 80 countries. John has worked for Sodexo for 6 years, after several years of successful consulting for American and European... Read More →
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Pierre Joye

Software Engineer, Microsoft
Pierre Joye is a PHP Core Developer and OSS contributor since more than a decade. He leads the PHP Windows support, main developer from LibGD and works on many OSS projects. After many years as Freelancer, Pierre works now with the Microsoft OpenSource technology Center in Redmond and in Germany.
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Jean-Pierre Laisné

Leader, CompatibleOne
Leader of the CompatibleOne project, Jean-Pierre Laisné is well known for his professional open source activism. Since 1992 with Pick Systems, Linbox and Bull, Jean-Pierre has been not only advocating but demonstrating the power of open source for the enterprise as a whole. President of ObjectWeb and OW2, co-founder of Aful, co-founder and president of Open World Forum, co-founder of OW2 Open Source Cloudware Initiative, Jean-Pierre has 30... Read More →


Thursday November 14, 2013 10:35am - 11:20am
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

11:15am

Coffee Break (sponsored by Microsoft)
Thursday November 14, 2013 11:15am - 11:45am
Main Entrance Hall

11:45am

Software Engineering and Quality
Presentations in this track will focus on the tools proposed to help projects produce reports on the quality of the code and/or first results and milestones of the SQuAT (Software Quality Assurance and Trustworthiness) initiative.

11:45: ETICS supporting compliance and interoperability, Gabriele Giammatteo, Engineering Group.
Abstract: ETICS is a service-oriented system which supports its users in building, testing and in verifying the quality of the software produced. With ETICS it is possible to define, execute and analyse a large range of software testing cases, from static code analysis (e.g. documentation coverage, PMD metrics) to unit testing, to compliance testing, to deployment and functional testing in a multi-node environment created specifically for the test execution. ETICS build, testing and quality verification tools are offered as a service to open source projects within the OCEAN project. In this context ETICS mainly simplifies and supports testing activities improving the quality of the software being produced, verifying its compliance to standards and its interoperability features. This presentation can be seen as a continuation of ETICS presentation given last year at OW2 conference 2012. It aims at showing results from the use of ETICS as one of OCEAN services and at illustrating the approach developed to support software compliance and interoperability for the verification of the compatibility to OCCI and CDMI standards.

12:00: Antepedia Reporter and Fossology: Updates and new challenges toward software tracking throught the whole software life cycle, Guillaume Rousseau, Antelink.
Abtsract: During this talk we will describe how tools dedicated to open source components and source code scanning like Fossology or Antepedia Reporter help development tools to enforce open source licensing policies. A particular scope will be provided on new trends and challenges regarding Software tracking issues which no longer focus on open source component tracking, but tracking of all artifacts produced over the whole software life cycle including source code items and build artifacts.

12:15: A living story: measuring quality of developments in a large industrial software factory with Spago4Q, Daniele Gagliardi, Engineering Group.
Abstract: Open Source has no more intrinsic value per se. Nowadays it is facing new challenges, such as stimulating creativity and bringing innovation into market. One of its major challenges consists in delivering valuable outcomes, which requires a PMAI approach: Plan metrics and dimensions of analysis, get Measures and global performance value from data, Assess results and Improve processes by solving issues and removing bottlenecks. Spago4Q makes this happen. Main goals achieved are the continuous improvement of quality practices, the measurement and enhancement of productivity and the development process compliance with quality certifications such as ISO and CMMi standards. QESTnd - an n-dimensional measurement model - allows to collect performance values on three dimensions of analysis (Economical, Social and Technical) in order to identify process areas that need improvements. Drill-down capabilities provide both a unified view of the global performance of the Labs and detailed views of the single process dimensions.

12:30: Managing risks in OSS adoption: the RISCOSS approach, Xavier Franch, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Abstract: Inadequate risk management has been identified among the top mistakes to avoid when implementing OSS-based solutions. Understanding, managing and mitigating OSS adoption risks is therefore crucial to avoid potentially significant adverse impact on the business. We present RISCOSS, a forthcoming risk-aware decision-making platform integrating business and technical levels. RISCOSS maps collected data into risk indicators and then into business goals. The platform will be validated against a collection of use cases coming from different types of organizations

Speakers
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Xavier Franch

Associate Professor, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Principal investigator of the GESSI research group, http://www.essi.upc.edu/~gessi/ at the UPC. Research interests are many in the discipline of software and service engineering, with focus on OSS development, requirements engineering, software architecture, service oriented computing. Invited talks and tutorials in venues like ICSE, RE and RCIS. Program Chair at ICSOC'14, CAiSE'12, REFSQ'11 and ICCBSS'06; General Chair at RE'08 and FiCloud'14... Read More →
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Daniele Gagliardi

Software Engineer, Engineering Group
Daniele Gagliardi is a Software Engineer at Engineering Group. Before joining Spago4Q design team, he has been working for several years in the domain of Identity and Access Management, web applications design as well as development of PKI (Public Key Infrastructures) and of digital signature products. Since 2010 he has been contributing to the development of Spago4Q platform with solutions adopted within the Engineering Software Laboratories... Read More →
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Gabriele Giammatteo

Software Engineer, Engineering Ingegneria Informatica SpA
Graduated (in 2009) in Computer Engineering at the Università degli studi di Roma Tre on Secure Storage in distributed environments. He is employed in Engineering's R&D Lab as software engineer working in the set up and management of distributed infrastructures in particular in grid and cloud computational and/or data management systems. He is currently working in the software engineering field with expertise in software integration, testing... Read More →
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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.


Thursday November 14, 2013 11:45am - 12:45pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

12:45pm

Lunch Break (sponsored by Inria)
The lunch break is sponsored by Inria

Thursday November 14, 2013 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Main Entrance Hall

2:00pm

Open Source Cloud - Part 1
This session includes technical- and business-oriented presentations focusing on open source cloud computing, proposed by members participating in the OW2 Open Source Cloudware Initiative (OSCi) or external technology experts.

02:00 MySQL in the Cloud, Colin Charles, MariaDB
Abstract: Today you can use MySQL in several clouds in what is considered using it as a service, a database as a service (DBaaS). Learn the differences, the access methods, and the level of control you have for the various cloud offerings including: - Amazon RDS - Google Cloud SQL - HPCloud DBaaS - Rackspace Openstack DBaaS The administration tools and ideologies behind it are completely different, and you are in a "locked-down" environment. Some considerations include: * Different backup strategies * Planning for multiple data centres for availability * Where do you host your application? * How do you get the most performance out of the solution? * What does this all cost? Questions like this will be demystified in the talk.

02:15: CompatibleOne Multi PaaS Provisioning, Sami Yangui & Mohamed Mohamed, Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom SudParis.
Abstract: The study we have conducted of existing cloud platforms shows that their operating requires the use of specific and proprietary APIs. This PaaS providers’ policy is hampering the interactions between different clouds. If appropriate solutions are not considered, this issue would for instance slow down the democratization of clouds federation and cooperation. As a part of our work, we developed a generic PaaS application provisioning and management API (called COAPS API). Our proposed solution applies the separation of concerns principle by separating the provisioning and the management API from the defined description model.

02:30: Provisioning the Cloud within XLCloud, Sylvain Bauza, Bull
Abtract: XLcloud is a three-year long collaborative project funded by the French FSN (Fonds national pour la Société Numérique) programme, call Cloud n° 1, that was initially submitted under the name "Magellan". XLcloud strives to establish the demonstration of a High Performance Cloud Computing (HPCC) platform based on OpenStack that is designed to run a representative set of compute intensive workloads including more specifically interactive games, interactive simulations and 3D graphic applications. In this context, provisioning a full stack from baremetal nodes to running PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) implies many challenges that XLCloud team has to deal with day-to-day. The goal of this talk is to discuss about the current state-of-art on how to deploy and configure Openstack, how these tools can help XLCloud to match its needs and the current status of the project by itself.

02:45: OCEAN - support for Open Cloud projects, Yuri Glikman, Fraunhofer FOKUS
Abstract: The fundamental goal of OCEAN (http://www.ocean-project.eu) is to foster the emergence of a sustainable open source cloud ecosystem in Europe, by generating greater efficiency among collaborative research projects on open source cloud computing. OCEAN is maintaining an online directory of FLOSS outcomes of cloud projects (www.ocdirectory.org). The project is working provide a functional mapping of these outcomes, in relation with key standards and reference models from leading standardization organizations such as NIST, ETSI, DMTF, OGF, in what we call an Open Cloud Interoperability Framework and Roadmap. OCEAN supports projects by providing an online service, based on the ETICS framework enabling open cloud projects to build, test and check the quality of their software, including interoperability testing and compliance to cloud standards. Finally, OCEAN is organising Plugfests to foster cooperation and integration between projects.

03:00: How to Migrate Existing Software Stacks to Cloud and App Stores?, Alban Richard, UShareSoft.
Abstract: Application migration to cloud remains a headache for many ISVs: software delivery processes are often manual and unsuited to supporting the on-demand nature of the cloud; applications and middleware are dependent on the underlying OS and hypervisor; and live systems typically offer no visibility into package and licensing information. Consequently, many ISVs cannot easily prepare their software for a single cloud, let alone multiple clouds and marketplaces. The ability to migrate "as is" helps the process significantly, and many tools do a good job of moving software from one platform to another. However, they typically move a "black box" instance, meaning users are still unable to trace the internal packages and licensing of the software they are migrating. UShareSoft's new migration service scans any live system and lets users migrate it instantly, while capturing package and licensing meta data to make governance, maintenance and customization easy. Migrations can be completed in less than 30 minutes, letting OW2 projects and other ISVs quickly instantiate their software on any cloud or populate to the OW2 app store or other marketplaces. This presentation will give an overview of application migration to cloud, as well as demonstrating how OW2 projects can migrate existing software stacks to cloud.

03:15: Navigating the NoSQL Landscape, Sun Seng David TAN, Serli
Abstract: In the era of cheap disk space, processing power and high bandwidth networks, the constraints that caused our industry to have a near exclusive focus on Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) have abated. The terminology surrounding NoSQL and BigData are confusing to IT professionals trying to select the right storage for the right problem. The talk will explore the technical reasons you might select one of these new databases, the types of databases available, their correct use and quintessential use cases for them. Also discussed will be the counter indications for them. This is a survey talk for management and developers who are new to NoSQL/BigData/Non-RDBMS.





Speakers
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Sylvain Bauza

XLCloud contributor, Bull
Sylvain has a strong background on managing and operating large Web farms. In his career, he played as Site Reliability Engineer at Yahoo! managing more than 500+ servers and had various positions from Software Manager in a startup company to Operations Manager for a Competitive Intelligence company on a SaaS product. He now is in charge of adding value to XLCloud by operating and acting on its Openstack stack and contributing to both XLCloud and... Read More →
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Colin Charles

Chief Evangelist, Percona
Colin Charles is the Chief Evangelist at Percona. He was previously on the founding team of MariaDB Server in 2009, and had worked at MySQL since 2005, and been a MySQL user since 2000. Before joining MySQL, he worked actively on the Fedora and OpenOffice.org projects. He's well known within open source communities in APAC, and has spoken at many conferences.
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Yuri Glickman

Head of the OSE Department, Fraunhofer FOKUS
Dr. Yuri Glickman is a project manager at Fraunhofer FOKUS. His technical and research background covers SOA, model driven software engineering, design, testing of distributed systems. He was/is actively contributing and leading technical activities in numerous European (TT-Medal, VISP, SWEB, QualiPSo, ALADDIN, ENGAGE, iCity, OCEAN, Policy Compass) and national research projects, and in research projects in collaboration with Japanese industry... Read More →
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Jean-Pierre Laisné

Leader, CompatibleOne
Leader of the CompatibleOne project, Jean-Pierre Laisné is well known for his professional open source activism. Since 1992 with Pick Systems, Linbox and Bull, Jean-Pierre has been not only advocating but demonstrating the power of open source for the enterprise as a whole. President of ObjectWeb and OW2, co-founder of Aful, co-founder and president of Open World Forum, co-founder of OW2 Open Source Cloudware Initiative, Jean-Pierre has 30... Read More →
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Alban Richard

CEO, UShareSoft
Alban Richard is CEO of UShareSoft, bringing more than 25 years experience in the IT industry, including engineering, marketing and product management executive roles, with P&L and general management responsibilities. He has a successful track record for building more than 20 server software product lines. Alban is also a Board Member for the OW2 Consortium.
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Sun Seng David TAN

Java Software Developer, Serli
A Java developer for almost 10 years, Sun recently joined the company Serli. Previously a Java developer for Nuxeo, Sun has always been a big fan of open source and agility. His areas of expertise include Eclipse RCP, testing, and the Nuxeo Platform.


Thursday November 14, 2013 2:00pm - 3:30pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

3:30pm

Coffee Break (sponsored by Microsoft)
Thursday November 14, 2013 3:30pm - 3:45pm
Main Entrance Hall

3:45pm

Open Source Cloud - Part 2
03:45: Compass: Yet Another Deployment System or An Networking Gear Company’s Embrace to OpenStack Community?, Shuo YANG, Huawei
Abstract: There is no lack of deployment software in the OpenStack market, and each one of them provides great value from different perspective and scenario. These deployment solutions did a great job on software deployment layer based upon OS provisioning tools like Cobbler and configuration management tools like Puppet/Chef, but they generally do not go deep down to networking and server hardware level configuration, which is a key step for large scale OpenStack solution.  As part of a networking company and a server vendor, Huawei Cloud team are developing Compass, a system not only for OpenStack software deployment, but also for fully automated hardware level server and networking gear configuration. Our system automates hardware resource discovery, hardware configuration (e.g., hardware RAID configuration, switch configuration), topology-aware OpenStack
service deployment and etc. Therefore, end users have a streamlined OpenStack deployment experience with Compass. We are using Compass for deploying OpenStack cloud in several deployments and got very constructive feedback for us to make more robust and open deployment solution. We plan to open source our project. One major goal we have in designing the system is to achieve true openness at hardware level, so that other hardware vendors can write plug-in toward their special server designs. Just
like OpenStack’s openness makes it a valuable game-changing cloud solution, we hope we can work with other hardware vendors to make OpenStack universally available on various hardware platforms in a
streamlined fashion.

04:00: OW2 programming contest, feedback and future evolutions, Xiaolong Kong, OW2

04:15: Opencloudware, a Paas management stack over multiple clouds, Daniel Stern, Orange
Abstract: The main way to “go cloud” has proved to be, for security and economic reasons, hybrid : mixing private with public. Moving to Cloud PaaS is then requires to: manage the lifecycle of applications over different cloud providers; mask the heterogeneity; automate the deployment whatever the application technology and execution environment are, etc. This is what tackles OpenCloudware, which aims at enabling flexible multi-cloud applications thanks to a full automated think-build-run chain. 

In the paper we present a sample from OpenCloudware results demonstrating in particular a complete mechanism, comprising: application selection, deployment, benchmarking.

 

04:30: The French Nu@ge project approach to hybrid clouds, Pascal Gallard, Non Stop Systems, Nu@ge Technical Leader 

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Pascal Gallard

CTO, Non Stop Systems
Non Stop Systems CTO and Nu@ge Project Technical Leader. 
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Xiaolong Kong

CTO, OW2
Xiaolong Kong works at France Telecom-Orange Group, is the CTO of OW2 since May 2013. He started as software developer and has worked to build billing systems and Java EE Web sites, managed innovation projects before being focused on Cloud technologies since 2007 as a team leader at Orange Labs.
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Daniel Stern

Research Scientist, Orange Labs
Daniel Stern has been working in the Research and Development at Orange for more than 20 years in different technical fields. After a PhD in applied mathematics in 1987 from UPMC (Paris) he started to work at the French Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) as a statistician in the social sciences. Then he joined the Orange R&D, working first in the area of statistics, then in the area of network traffic models where he led a research team... Read More →
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Shuo YANG

Shuo YANG, Ph.D, Chief Architect of Cloud Services, IT Product Line, Huawei
Shuo joined Huawei USA, Santa Clara since 2010. He has been working | on building Hadoop, Spark based BigData infrastructure solutions, | andsince 2012 he has been leading Huawei’s effort on OpenStack | contributions, products and services based on OpenStack. Before | joining Huawei USA, he has worked in Google, Mountain View, focusing | on Google’s infrastructure R&D since 2006. He obtained his PhD | degree from Purdue... Read More →


Thursday November 14, 2013 3:45pm - 4:45pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux

4:45pm

Wrap up and Closing address by Cedric Thomas
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Cedric Thomas

CEO, OW2
CEO , OW2 Consortium ( France) | | Cedric Thomas, is OW2 CEO. An IT industry veteran with twenty-five years of experience in strategic and marketing consulting for IT vendors and systems integrators, Cedric has masterminded the launch of the OW2 Consortium. Previously, as both an investor and a consultant with FronTier Associates, the consulting company he founded in 1997, he actively took part in three IPOs, contributed to the launch of... Read More →


Thursday November 14, 2013 4:45pm - 5:00pm
AmphiTheater Orange Labs (France Telecom R&D) 38 rue du Général Leclerc 92130 Issy les Moulineaux