Over the last year cybersecurity has been pushed to the mainstream media as a critical threat to everyone from threats and vulnerabilities found i our most trusted open source libraries to executive orders demanding more diligent practices to mitigate these risks.
The Automotive industry is undergoing massive transformation with emerging automated, connected, and electric automotive technologies enabling new mobility services in a shared economy. In turn, these innovations are changing the way automakers, their partners, and customers create value and benefit from vehicles and transportation. And no one can do that alone ...
For Java developers, the Just-In-Time (JIT) compiler is key to improved performance. However, in a container world, the performance gains are often negated due to CPU and memory consumption constraints. To help solve this issue, the Eclipse OpenJ9 JVM provides JITServer technology, which separates the JIT compiler from the application.
The smart city ecosystem is huge and varied - trying to keep pace with new actors, devices, standards and protocols can be an unending task. Adding new data sources to your system, or even just updating existing sources, sometimes requires huge updates and breaking compatibility. The Eclipse sensiNact project provides a simple lightweight smart city platform hosting a digital twin of your city infrastructure, suitable for deployment at the edge or in the cloud. Eclipse sensiNact makes accessing data or triggering actions for any of your city’s smart capabilities consistent, simple and flexible, regardless of what native protocol or data format is used underneath. In addition, sensiNact provides push notifications, integrates with AI to automatically respond to data changes, and can deploy business logic to the edge for fast “reactions” even if the wider internet is unreachable.
Are you using Jakarta EE yet? Creating the Jakarta EE project as an open home for Enterprise Java standards is one of the biggest changes in Java’s long history. The most obvious and immediate impact is, of course, that all the API packages changed their names. Look a little closer, however, and the ripples through the rest of the Java ecosystem are still moving. This talk will look at how the changes in Jakarta EE have impacted you not just as a user of the APIs, but also the Open Source projects and other Open Standards that you use as well.
Traditionally the automotive industry was and is still centring around the hardware of vehicles and the corresponding hardware development and life-cycle management.
Software, however, is gaining more and more importance in vehicle development and over the entire vehicle lifetime. Thus, the vehicle and its value to the customer is increasingly defined by software. This transition towards the so-called software-defined vehicles changes the way
Technology communities almost by definition need to be open, welcoming, diverse, and inclusive to do the most good for the most amount of people. Yet without adequate checks and balances technology communities have an unfortunate track record to be anything but – especially for people on the wrong side of power dynamics such as women and minorities.
Words like standard, de-facto, de-jure and open are frequently used and abused in our industry. The reality is that few people really understand what these words actually mean or how these ideas effect their own professional lives in the long and short term.