RESTful Service Oriented Device Architecture

Andy Smith (IBM), Lee Surprenant (IBM)

Mobile And Embedded · Short Talk
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Wednesday, 17:10, 10 minutes | Room 209/210 | Download in iCal Format

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Lee Surprenant

The SODA project is an Eclipse OHF subproject which leverages OSGi/Equinox to dynamically connect sensors and actuators to an SOA. The SODA Stepstone components provide a reference implementation for SODA which consists of two application pieces, the “edge” and the “backend”. The edge is sometimes a resource constrained environment, incapable of running the latest and greatest enterprise software for SOA, forcing us to look at alternative/lightweight methods of communication. This short talk will explore the design considerations that went into our edge service and how it is used to provide a RESTful interface to physical devices leveraging SODA Stepstone.

Andy Smith is a Software Engineer working in emerging standards with a specific focus on SOA related technology and open standards. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

Lee Surprenant is a Software Engineer and Eclipse enthusiast at IBM on the Emerging Software Standards team in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. He is a contributor on the Eclipse OHF SODA project and is particularly interested in open source, open standards, and software componentization. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Sciences and Applied Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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