Tigerstripe Workbench: Integrated Model-Driven Engineering

Eric Dillon, Richard Craddock (Cisco Systems, Inc. )

New & Noteworthy Talks · Short
Thursday, 12:00, 25 minutes | Seminarräume 1-4

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Tigerstripe is a newly created Technology sub-project. It was created with the goal of providing a framework that would address specific needs of Model-Driven Engineering in a distributed environment, with emphasis on supporting large Telecommunications models.

During this presentation we will mostly demo the end-user Tigerstripe MDE environment and cover most of the key concepts introduced by Tigerstripe:

Finally, we will present how Cisco uses this framework for various Model-Driven network management platforms, and how Tigerstripe is used in Telecommunication Standard bodies to generate the standards for next generation Telecom Services.

Eric Dillon is a Technical Leader at Cisco Systems in the Network Management Technology Group. Eric has 12+ years of experience in the Telecommunication area and has been developing commercial plugins for Eclipse for the last 5 years. He actively contributes to Telecommunication Standards through the TeleManagement Forum. Eric is the Project Lead for the Tigerstripe project (Technology sub-project). He holds a Ph.D in computer science from University of Nancy, France.

Slides

Eclipse Summit Nov08 Final
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