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Session
Cook Up a Runtime with The New OSGi Resolver
Neil Bartlett [Paremus Ltd]
Track: OSGi DevCon

OSGi applications are assembled from loosely coupled bundles communicating via services. While this model provides huge flexibility and the ability to reuse components, it creates a challenge for...

Liberate your components with OSGi services
Graham Charters [IBM]
Track: OSGi DevCon

Converting any large application to be OSGi based is a difficult and complex process. Many projects find the fences that OSGi put in place puts insurmountable barriers in the way of success. Many...

RFC-193: Bringing CDI to the OSGi platform
Paul Bakker [Luminis Technologies]
Track: OSGi DevCon

CDI (Context and Dependency Injection) is the standardised dependency injection model in Java EE 6. The CDI-OSGi specification brings CDI to OSGi to publish and consume OSGi services.

Stack roulette - 180 runtimes in 180 minutes!
Tim Ward [Paremus Ltd], Holly Cummins
Track: OSGi DevCon

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...

Mastering OSGi with Ease
Neil Bartlett [Paremus Ltd], Ferry Huberts [Pelagic]
Track: OSGi DevCon

This tutorial is a compressed version of the OSGi Masterclass. Its goal is to take you into areas of OSGi that are extremely useful, but seldom discovered through independent experimentation or...

OSGi server runtimes - build, borrow or buy?
Tim Ward [Paremus Ltd]
Track: OSGi DevCon

Enterprise OSGi is a new and growing area within enterprise software. The OSGi Enterprise specifications cover a wide range of useful technologies, and there are lots of implementations appearing...

OSGi and JavaScript
Simon Kaegi [IBM Canada]
Track: OSGi DevCon

One of the real surprises in my career has been the emergence of JavaScript as an increasingly reasonable choice as a systems language. In this talk I'll make the case that it's time for the OSGi...

Enabling Smart Data on M2M Gateways and Aggregators
Walt Bowers [Hitachi CTA]
Track: OSGi DevCon

As the wide variety of sensors and sensor protocols continue to expand, M2M application developers are faced with the task of porting applications to each new sensor and protocol. As a result,...

Winning the WAR on complexity.
Tim Ward [Paremus Ltd]
Track: OSGi DevCon

Pretty much every Java developer has written a WAR file and some Servlets, and most are familiar with Spring and dependency injection. Those who used these technologies together before the...

Apache Karaf in the Trenches
Jamie Goodyear [Savoir Technologies]
Track: OSGi DevCon

Apache Karaf is a small, light weight server side OSGi runtime environment, that has been gaining in popularity in the Apache and OSGi community. The shift...

OSGi Subsystems: from theory to practice
Glyn Normington [SpringSource / VMware]
Track: OSGi DevCon

The OSGi Subsystems specification is now published. Subsystems provide a way of structuring large systems comprising many OSGi bundles - a "no brainer" for architects who want to build a modular...

OSGi Cloud Ecosystems
David Bosschaert [Red Hat]
Track: OSGi DevCon

OSGi and Cloud Computing go very well together. Previously held OSGi Cloud Workshops have shown that many people are using or planning to use OSGi in the Cloud. This session focuses how OSGi can...

Managing Installations and Provisioning of OSGi Applications
Carsten Ziegeler [Adobe]
Track: OSGi DevCon

There are many different solutions for provisioning an OSGi application and maintaining its modules. The OSGi Installer from the Apache Sling project is a generic installation mechanism and...

Bundle Building
Chris Frost [SpringSource / VMware]
Track: OSGi DevCon

Building bundles is at the heart of OSGi development. What approaches and tools are available? What's different about building bundles compared to regular Jars? What are the trade-offs of manifest...

DS, BP, EJB, CDI, WTF!?
Graham Charters [IBM]
Track: OSGi DevCon

There are a number component models available to OSGi developers; Declarative Services (DS), Blueprint (BP), Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI). Some have their...

Modularity in the Cloud: a Case Study
Marcel Offermans [Luminis Technologies], Paul Bakker [Luminis Technologies]
Track: OSGi DevCon

Running in the cloud introduces many new challenges. How to deal with hot updates and auto-scaling for example? Modularity helps solving many of these challenges. In this presentation you will see...

What's new in the Http Service Specification
Felix Meschberger [Adobe]
Track: OSGi DevCon

This talk will present the state of the specification work following up on RFP-150, Http Service Updates. This is a major update to...

Deploying Heterogeneous Artifacts to the Cloud with OSGi
Neil Bartlett [Paremus Ltd]
Track: OSGi DevCon

OSGi is a wonderful platform for cloud deployment... but modern software stacks are increasingly heterogeneous in nature. This means that alongside our OSGi bundles we must be able to deploy non-...

Modularizing Large Legacy Java Applications
Vineet Sinha [Architexa]
Track: OSGi DevCon

Need to migrate a project to run on an OSGi platform? Dreading working with a large, hard-to-maintain Java App? Finding development productivity moving to a stand-still?

Whether it is...

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