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Massive Device Deployment

Angelo Van Der Sijpt

OSGi DevCon · Standard
Thursday, 14:00, 20 minutes | Ballroom BC

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OSGi is becoming the technology of choice for modular and dynamic applications in many realms. One of those is the area of device-based software, which brings along its own set of characteristics and challenges. In this session, we will focus on remote management and the software evolution accompanying a large number of devices 'in the field', with ever-changing requirements, deployment scenarios, and device configurations. We'll present the case of a company which uses OSGi as the foundation for their modular device software, and the challenges they faced during their journey from small-scale pilot deployments all the way to large commercial roll-outs.

As a software engineer and consultant with Luminis Technolgies, Angelo specializes in Java, OSGi and agile development. He has been involved in OSGi based product development by coaching, training and co-development. He coached several teams--and their environment--in adopting Scrum, both in software-only and product development situations. Angelo is an Apache committer on the Apache ACE project, and has spoken at conferences such as Apachecon and Oredev. He is a frequent flyer at hands-on sessions such as those of Devnology and Agile Holland.

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