Enterprise

Understanding Apricot: a Content Repository

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Overview of Apricot, a state of the art Content Repository and initial contribution to Eclipse.

This talk will provide the audience with a global understanding of what is Apricot and more generally what is a Content Repository from a functional standpoint: exploring all the services it offers, identifying the main standards and technologies integrated within a framework of this caliber, such as the Content Management Interoperability Standard (CMIS), and understanding the main technical challenges to be resolved, in particular high scalability and high performance.

Introducing Apricot - The Eclipse Content Management Platform

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Schubartsaal
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Apricot is the core of the Nuxeo Content Management Platform and was
recently contributed to Eclipse as an RT project.
This talk is mainly about introducing Apricot and about leveraging our
experience in developing large scale software platforms using OSGi and
an extension point model.
This session will dive into the approach used, how the platform
evolved over the past 3 years regarding OSGi, how Nuxeo built the
extension system, how the UI has been modularized, and how the
platform can now be deployed on traditional Java server containers

Java EE 7: the Voyage of the Cloud Treader

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This session shares an entertaining insight on where the voyage of Java EE 7 shall be heading.
Beside embracing stars like CDI further, the Cloud, Social Networking, NoSQL and even long asleep JSRs for EE are going to play a role, as do "good old friends" in slightly newer outfits and releases. Plus some recent additions to the Java stack.

Java 7 - State of the Enterprise

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Schubartsaal

With Java 7 being GA you can start thinking about putting it to work in the Enterprise. But what are the challenges? How does the adoption path look like? What are the reasons you should do it and when? This session looks at the details about putting Java 7 into production. Tells you about things to keep in mind and gives a brief overview about how Enterprises would put it into production.

The Pusher: Equinox + Jetty pushing Data to mobile devices

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Standard [25 minutes]

If you're developing Business Applications in many cases you have requirements to push data to mobile devices.

You're in luck: most mobile platforms (Android, iOS, WP7, BlackBerry) provide Push Service SDK's and you can use Eclipse PlugIns to develop for Android or BlackBerry using Eclipse.

Unfortunately all Push Service SDK's have different API, Features, Quality of Service (QoS)

I'll explain the differences in detail and what this means for your workflows. I'll also tell you (and demonstrate live) how Eclipse Projects and OSGi can be used to simplify this.

Mobile and Enterprise Communication: Eclipse RT makes it easy

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Tutorial [3.5 hours]

Push Informations between mobile and enterprise using Eclipse RT

Overview

You probably know that you can develop great Enterprise Business Apps using Eclipse Projects,
but what if your customer has to integrate mobile Devices ?

Eclipse again is your friend to put your Business Apps into the pocket.

Creating a mobile Business App is not as easy as the Apps look like ;-)

Make the right decisions

* Which platform ? ( iOS, Android, WP7, BlackBerry)
* Which kind of device ? (Smartphone, Tablet)
* How To push data to the devices ?

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