Unlocking the OSEE Core Framework

Roberto Escobar

Eclipse Ecosystem - Emerging Technology · Short - 10 minutes zip files
Thursday, 10:40, 10 minutes | Grand Ballroom B

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The Open System Engineering Environment (OSEE) Eclipse project is an integrated environment geared at supporting the full product life-cycle. At the core of the project is an object-oriented persistence layer that provides a dynamic data model with advanced version control capabilities.

This talk provides an overview of the OSEE client/server architecture focusing on data modeling using OSEE base types and how to extend these to support different contexts as well as integrating data from external data sources. As we dig deeper into the framework, we will focus on the server side architecture and highlight some of its key components. Lessons learned from the various architectural choices will also be discussed.

Roberto Escobar is a software engineer at Boeing and a committer for Eclipse’s Open System Engineering Environment (OSEE) Technology Project. In addition to his work on OSEE, his past projects include the AH64-D Apache Attack Helicopter and Future Combat System’s War-fighter Machine Interface. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and a Masters in Business Administration from Arizona State University.

This session is part of the curated collection of short talks titled
"New Technology Projects"

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