Distributed Computing with OSGi

Jan S. Rellermeyer (Department of Computer Science, ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Mike T. Miller (LinkedIn, Assimilator developer), Eishay Smith (Eng @ LinkedIn, Eclipse Committer), Richard Nicholson (Paremus)

OSGi DevCon · Birds Of A Feather

Tuesday, 20:45, 1 hour 15 minutes | Room 207 | Download in iCal Format

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Jan S. Rellermeyer

Mike T. Miller

Eishay Smith

Richard Nicholson

OSGi's service oriented view is a natural fit with distributed computing. Whether you're interested in Newton, R-OSGi, Jini (Apache River) or home grown solutions to adding remote services capabilities to OSGi, drop by this BoF and share your thoughts and experiences.

Jan S. Rellermeyer joined the Information and Communication Systems Research Group of Prof. Dr. Gustavo Alonso as a PhD student at ETH Zurich in May 2006 after he received his MSc in Distributed Systems from ETH. Jan is the author of the Concierge OSGi Framework, the pure Java SLP implementation jSLP, and of R-OSGi, a transparent solution for remote OSGi services. He is additionally working with the ECF team on the transparent remote service integration into Eclipse. His research focus is on OSGi in distributed systems and fluid computing.

Mike is a software engineer working in the office of the CTO at LinkedIn. Prior to joining LinkedIn, Mike worked at Sun Microsystems on various distributed computing projects using Apache River (formerly Jini) and Rio. He is also one of the developers of the Assimilator distributed dynamic service framework.

Eishay is a software engineer working at LinkedIn. Before that Eishay worked at IBM where he was part of the pioneering team/Eclipse commiters of the Eclipse OHF project. In the OHF project Eishay was part of the OSGi/Server integration with OHF exposing OSGi bundles as web services on tomcat.

Richard, as CEO and Founder, has actively driven the strategic business and technical direction of Paremus since its formation in 2001. Richard maintains keen interest in a number of research areas including Recovery Oriented techniques, Complex Adaptive System design and Self Organized-Criticality. He is specifically interested in the application of such concepts to next generation distributed system design. Prior to founding Paremus, Richard headed the European System Engineering function for Salomon Smith Barney/Citigroup. Richard graduated from Manchester University with Honors in Physics and went on to gain an Astrophysics doctorate from the Royal Greenwich Observatory. Richard's blog can be found at: http://adaptevolve.blogspot.com/.

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