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Raising the Eclipse Provisioning to the Clouds

Katya Todorova

Making with Eclipse · Standard
Wednesday, 13:30, 20 minutes | Ballroom A

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Utilize the power of Eclipse p2 publishing features to make your OSGi platform a flexible home for your customers' content

Cloud-based services are one of the most hyped technology trends nowadays, constituting a growing niche in the line of business for most IT companies.

Do you want to join the wave and become a trusted partner in the successful growth of your customers? The first step is to come up with a simple and reliable solution to integrate your clients' applications with the constantly growing set of cloud services.

This session will present a novel view on how to achieve this by defining the customer components as an extension of your p2 product in an elegant and unobtrusive way. The proposed solution allows the provisioning of the customer bundles and your platform in one step. The approach of choice is universal enough to be applied to small and large business scenarios, scaling any size with equal ease.

Join us to discover how Eclipse p2 can serve your client needs in the best possible way!

Katya Todorova is a software developer and a speaker. She has been with SAP since 2008. Her main area of expertise is component life cycle management and class loading. Last years Katya has been focused on OSGi technology, in particular with Equinox as a reference implementation. She has significant experience in adopting OSGi in enterprise solutions and her current responsibility is the provisioning aspect of these solutions.

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