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Dynamic Server Applications with EclipseRT

Session Type: 
Tutorial [3 hours]
Speakers

EclipseRT is an Eclipse top-level project supporting a large community move to drive Equinox-based technology across a broad range of computing environments and problem domains. Today, there are many projects listed under EclipseRT umbrella.

This tutorial will look at and use a great portion of them in order to build a nice EclipseRT stack suitable for developing cloud applications. A simple proof-of-concept example will be created as part of the hands-on exercises. At the end, an ad-hoc cloud will be created with all participants to demonstrate the cloud abilities of this stack.

Schedule info

Time slot: 
25 March 09:00 - 12:00
Room: 
Back Bay
Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
EclipseRT
Experience level: 
Intermediate

EclipseLink: Beyond Relational and NoSQL to Polyglot and HTML5

Session Type: 
Standard [35 minutes]
Speakers

The data access requirements of today's Java applications keep expanding and EclipseLink continues to evolve to address these requirements. In this session we'll look at the new features of EclipseLink that support the construction of modern Java applications interacting with HTML5 clients on the front end and both relational and NoSQL databases on the backend.

Schedule info

Time slot: 
27 March 17:00 - 18:00
Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
EclipseRT
Experience level: 
Intermediate

Stack roulette - 180 runtimes in 180 minutes!

Session Type: 
Tutorial [3 hours]
Speakers

OSGi is a mature and popular technology. One natural consequence of this is that users of OSGi technology can take advantage of a wide range of features, each with a number of available implementations. While even the basic OSGi platform has multiple implementations, the OSGi Compendium and Enterprise specifications dramatically increased the richness of the OSGi ecosystem, and also the number of potential implementation-combinations.

Given that there are so many options, how can you work out which bits will work together, and which bits won't? Surely building your own runtime is so complicated that it needs to be left to an expert integrator! In fact, thanks to OSGi's modularity, building your own stack is actually not as hard as you might think. In this tutorial we help you to build your own stack from your own selection of components, and to keep things interesting you will also be picking the components that the speakers have to use to build their stack!

Schedule info

Time slot: 
25 March 13:00 - 16:00
Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
OSGi DevCon
Experience level: 
Intermediate

Dali Tooling for Dynamic Persistence and NoSQL

Session Type: 
Standard [35 minutes]
Speakers

The Eclipse Dali project has been providing robust JPA and JAXB tooling for a good number of years. Over this time-frame we have seen the rise of HTML5 driven web applications and NoSQL databases. These technologies present new opportunities and challenges for today's web application developer and likewise new opportunities and challenges for the Dali project to continue to grow and meet the needs of our users.

Schedule info

Time slot: 
27 March 13:30 - 14:05
Status: 
Accepted

Audience

Track: 
Web Development
Experience level: 
Intermediate

The Evolution of Persistence

Session Type: 
Standard [35 minutes]
Speakers

The data access requirements of today’s Java applications keep expanding and EclipseLink continues to evolve to address these requirements. EclipseLink is well known as an object-relational mapping framework and as the JPA 2.0 and 2.1 reference implementation, but the EclipseLink team has been innovating in areas beyond just relational persistence and continues to deliver new solutions as new technologies arise.

Schedule info

Status: 
Declined

Audience

Track: 
EclipseRT
Experience level: 
Intermediate

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