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Application Models for OSGi

, Graham Charters, Glyn Normington (GoPivotal, Inc. )

Making Community · Bof
Wednesday, 19:15, 1 hour | Bayshore East

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A number of vendors have shipped support for OSGi applications composed of multiple OSGi bundles. These models simplify the development and management of larger applications. The OSGi Alliance is currently looking at standardising the notion of an application. In the BoF we'll give an overview of various vendor models, summarise the requirements feeding in to the standards process, and then have an open discussion about possible ways forward.

Glyn leads the SpringSource dm Server and the proposed Eclipse Virgo open source projects. He serves on the OSGi Alliance Core Platform and Enterprise Expert Groups. He previously worked on Java runtimes in IBM. He was the spec lead of JSR 291 and on the Expert Groups of JSRs 277 and 294. Prior to that he worked on transaction systems. He works for the SpringSource division of VMware in Southampton, England.

Graham is a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM's Hursley development laboratory in the UK. He works on the WebSphere Application Server product and Apache Aries project, and is the Application and Integration Middleware division's technical lead in the OSGi Alliance Expert Groups. He is also an active member of the OASIS SCA Java and Assembly Model Technical Committees.

Glyn leads three related open source projects: Eclipse Virgo (proposed project), Eclipse Gemini Web Container, and SpringSource dm Server. He serves on the OSGi Alliance Core Platform and Enterprise Expert Groups. He works for the SpringSource division of VMware in Southampton, England. He previously worked on Java runtimes in IBM. He was the spec lead of JSR 291 and on the Expert Groups of JSRs 277 and 294. Prior to that he worked on transaction systems.