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Monday, November 17
 

11:30am

Using Websocket With CXF And Camel - Akitoshi Yoshida, SAP
WebSocket is a full-duplex transport protocol developed as part of HTML5 and has caught attention not only for Browser applications but also also for application integration. This simple HTTP based protocol can operate over a single socket and does not suffer from network restriction such as proxies and firewalls when establishing a duplex channel.

New WebSocket support in Apache CXF can be used to invoke an asynchronous JAX-WS service over a single WebSocket connection instead of using two separate HTTP connections, to establish a direct node connection in a cluster environment, and to asynchronously push data from a JAX-RS service to its client. And Apache Camel now supporting both the client and server side WebSockets can be used to integrate and compose various WebSocket applications with other applications.

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Akitoshi Yoshida

SAP
Akitoshi Yoshida is an ASF member and committer of Apache CXF and Apache Camel. In addition, he is also a committer of Atmosphere and Swagger-Socket. He works at SAP and has more than 10 years of experience in developing enterprise business applications and application integration... Read More →


Monday November 17, 2014 11:30am - 12:20pm
Grand Ballroom

1:40pm

CXF Security And Reliability - Dennis Sosnoski, Sosnoski Software Associates Ltd
Apache CXF supports a full range of SOAP extension technologies. Two of the most important extensions are WS-Security and WS-ReliableMessaging. The WS-Security family of technologies add message-level security to basic SOAP exchanges, while WS-ReliableMessaging adds delivery assurance options. In this presentation Dennis Sosnoski will show you how WS-Security and WS-ReliableMessaging can be added to your CXF SOAP applications with little or no impact on your application code. He'll also discuss how large organizations are increasingly using these SOAP extension technologies in their operations, including how the government of the Netherlands is applying the technologies to educational and other government sectors. Finally, Dennis will summarize the WS-ReliableMessaging and WS-Security enhancements included in the latest CXF 3.0 release.

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Dennis Sosnoski

Principal Consultant, Sosnoski Software Associates Ltd
Dennis Sosnoski is a CXF committer and PMC member and an expert on web services in Java. His CXF work has included implementing the WS-ReliableMessaging 1.1/1.2 support and making WS-RM work correctly with WS-Security for the new CXF 3.0 release. Dennis has been helping organizations... Read More →


Monday November 17, 2014 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Grand Ballroom

3:50pm

Particle Physics On The Couch: Using CouchDB To Help Unravel The Mysteries Of The Universe - Michael Marino, Echnische Universität München
Pushing the envelope of our understanding of the universe requires physics experiments that measure and analyze data from many disparate systems. Such systems generally have widely different requirements and architectures, making it difficult to implement a single, monolithic program for control and readout. CouchDB is an optimal tool to integrate and save data from such systems since its RESTful interface provides a minimal hurdle that almost all devices large and small can achieve. In this presentation, Mike Marino will describe how CouchDB is being used in the nEDM experiment at the Technische Universität München to integrate, control, view and save measurement data from many different subsystems, ranging from those powered by microcontrollers and mini PCs (Arduinos and Raspberry Pis) to those based on the industrial VMEbus.

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Michael Marino

Experimental Physicist, Technische Universität München
Michael Marino is an experimental physicist working at the Technische Universität München (Germany) interested in searching for new physics that could help solve some of the open questions about our universe. He is currently working on two experiments: (1) EXO-200, looking for a... Read More →


Monday November 17, 2014 3:50pm - 4:40pm
Tas
 
Tuesday, November 18
 

9:00am

Cassandra (And Hadoop) Case Studies From Finn.No - Mick Semb Wever, FINN.no
FINN.no is the leading classifieds website in Norway and the country's busiest website.

This session will go through various product development where Cassandra has shown to be the best choice. Focusing on the primary use-case: a tracking solution that's collects raw time-series data in c* and aggregates it near real-time using Hadoop into various new datasets from advert-centric statistics to user-centric behavioural analysis.

Mick will cover the final technical design chosen after three years of development iterations, touching on technologies: scribe, thrift, kafka, hadoop, pig, mahout; the hurdles faced along the way, integration improvements done between cassandra and hadoop, and the throughput and performance of today's systems.

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Mick Semb Wever

Team Member, The Last Pickle
Mick Semb Wever works at The Last Pickle helping customers deliver and improve Apache Cassandra based solutions. Prior to TLP he spent seven years at FINN.no building their Microservices platform utilizing Apache Cassandra, Hadoop, Spark and Kafka. He is the PMC Chair for Apache Tiles... Read More →


Tuesday November 18, 2014 9:00am - 9:50am
Tohotom

10:00am

Simple Software Is Hard - Tales From The Trenches - Bertrand Delacretaz, Adobe
Simple software wins every time, but it can be very hard to create. Based on concrete examples from past projects, we'll show how high one can put the bar in terms of simplicity, and how you need to be ready to throw away your work, even many times, to come up with something simple enough. There's no magic recipe for simple software, but our "tales from the trenches” should help you identify the key drivers that help us progress on this hard journey.

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Bertrand Delacretaz

Principal Scientist, Adobe
Bertrand Delacretaz works as a Principal Scientist in the AEM R&D team at Adobe’s Basel office, using open source tools to create world-class content management and digital marketing systems. Bertrand is an active member and current Director of the Apache Software Foundation... Read More →


Tuesday November 18, 2014 10:00am - 10:50am
Kond

2:30pm

Web Crawling With Apache Nutch - Sebastian Nagel, Exorbyte GmBH
Apache Nutch is an extensible and scalable web crawler based on Hadoop. This talk gives an overview of the crawler flow of work, its main components, job execution, the underlying data structures, and how it integrates with other Apache projects (Hadoop, Gora, Solr, Tika and HBase). The extensible plugin architecture is demonstrated by giving examples, how plugins help to adapt the crawler to specific use cases.
History, recent, and future developments of the Apache Nutch project are outlined, as well as the two branches under active development: the stable 1.x branch and the 2.x which is based on Apache Gora to abstract from storage back-ends.

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Sebastian Nagel

Crawl Engineer, commoncrawl.org
Sebastian Nagel works as crawl engineer at Common Crawl, a non-profit organization that makes web data freely accessible to everyone. Prior to joining Common Crawl he implemented search and data quality solutions at Exorbyte. Sebastian is a committer and PMC of Apache Nutch, a scalable... Read More →


Tuesday November 18, 2014 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Elod/Ond

3:50pm

How to Turn Your Favorite Programming Language Into An AOO Macro Language - Rony Flatscher, WU Vienna
Apache OpenOffice (AOO) defines a scripting framework that can be exploited to add any programming language to Apache OpenOffice as a macro language. This presentation introduces the necessary overview and knowhow to become able to assess the effort to add your own favorite programming language to AOO. Although the AOO scripting framework is implemented in Java it is possible to add non-Java-implemented programming languages as demonstrated with the programming ooRexx which is itself implemented in C++. In addition all scripting languages that support Java's "javax.script" framework could be added to AOO using AOO's scripting framework.

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Rony Flatscher

University Professor, WU Vienna
Rony G. Flatscher has been working as an Information System ("Wirtschaftsinformatik") professor at the WU Vienna (with 25,000 business students one of the largest of its kind) where he has been trying to empower the students with IT and IS skills to help them be more productive in... Read More →


Tuesday November 18, 2014 3:50pm - 4:40pm
Petofi

4:50pm

Set Up And Use Apache Openmeetings In 30 Minutes - Maxim Solodovnik, UniPro
Apache Openmeetings is the open source solution to organize appointments, meetings, presentations and online classes. Unfortunately installing and configuring it is one of the hardest tasks potential customers are facing. During tutorial Maxim Solodovnik will show installing and configuring is not "a big deal".

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Maxim Solodovnik

Senior Software Developer, Unipro
Apache Openmeetings Chair/Commiter/PMC | Apache member | Speaker at ApacheConEU 2014: "Set up and use Apache OpenMeetings in 30 minutes" | | I'm software developer currently working at Unipro (www.unipro.ru), Novosibirsk, Russia. I currently developing both Web-based and... Read More →


Tuesday November 18, 2014 4:50pm - 5:40pm
Kond
 
Wednesday, November 19
 

10:40am

Where Is Apache Infrastructure Going? - David Nalley, Apache Software Foundation
What's going on in ASF Infrastructure? What changes have we seen in the past 6 months and what does the future hold? Is everything moving to the cloud? What exactly is the scope of Infrastructure at the ASF?

Speakers
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David Nalley

VP of Infrastructure, ASF
David Nalley is the Vice President, Infrastructure at the Apache Software Foundation


Wednesday November 19, 2014 10:40am - 11:30am
Grand Ballroom

11:40am

Introduction To Apache jclouds - Ignasi Barrera, Abiquo
Apache jclouds is an open source library that helps you get started in the cloud and utilizes your Java or Clojure development skills. The jclouds API gives you the freedom to use portable abstractions or cloud-specific features. It's a multi-cloud toolkit that works with both public and private clouds.

There is a great community behind this toolkit working together to provide a better experience for developers in the cloud. Their goal is to simplify the control of many different clouds while still giving you the freedom to use cloud-specific features. The result is a toolkit that allows developers to write better code, in a shorter period of time, that works with supported clouds.

Learn about what jclouds can do for you.

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Ignasi Barrera

Founding Engineer, Tetrate
Ignasi is an engineer that has been building hybrid multi-cloud platforms and SDN solutions for more than 8 years. He is a long-term open source contributor, especially to the Apache jclouds project (a Java library that provides common APIs for all the major cloud providers). In 2015... Read More →


Wednesday November 19, 2014 11:40am - 12:30pm
Dery/Mikszath

11:40am

Jenkins At Apache: Our Current Status, Future Plans And What We've Learned - Andrew Bayer, Cloudera
Apache’s Jenkins service at builds.apache.org ranks as one of the largest in Jenkins’ publicly available usage statistics, in number of jobs and builds. Providing such a massive scale Jenkins service presents a number of challenges, and we’ve been working hard to improve Apache’s offering. Andrew Bayer will talk about where we were earlier in 2014, what we’ve done to get to the more reliable and useful state we’re in now, and what’s planned for the future. Andrew will also give some pointers on best practices for users of builds.apache.org to get the most out of Apache’s Jenkins service, as well as some lessons we’ve learned that may be helpful to others running massive scale Jenkins setups.

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Andrew Bayer

Build and Tools Architect, Apache Software Foundation
Andrew Bayer is an Apache member, a PMC member on a number of projects and a member of the ASF Infra team.


Wednesday November 19, 2014 11:40am - 12:30pm
Grand Ballroom

2:00pm

Improved OVA Support In CloudStack - Likitha Shetty, Citrix
Improved OVA support in CloudStack’ is a feature targeted for the 4.5 release of CloudStack. With this feature in place, users will be able to on-board an existing Virtual Machine into CloudStack with all of its disks intact.

The talk will focus on the architectural and design changes that will be made and on the new concepts that will be introduced into CloudStack as part of this feature. In addition, the talk will cover what the initial approach to the problem was and how based on community feedback it evolved into a better solution that aligns with how resources are traditionally created and orchestrated in CloudStack. It will also shed some light on how we could leverage this development work to add new functionalities going forward for e.g. adding support for other information encapsulated in an OVA like ISOs, networks, device controller types etc.

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Likitha Shetty

CITRIX
Likitha has been working on CloudStack since joining Citrix in late 2011, right after finishing her undergraduate studies in Computer Science. Her development work was initially focused on API and network orchestration layer, specifically EC2 integration and dedication of network... Read More →


Wednesday November 19, 2014 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Elod/Ond

3:00pm

Ask Infra - David Nalley, Apache Software Foundation
This panel will involve folks who work on the ASF Infrastructure team. Feel free to ask the hard questions: When will we bring back CVS or RCS support? How soon will Atlassian Stash be implemented? Can we please stop email, again? We welcome these questions and more.

Speakers
DN

David Nalley

VP of Infrastructure, ASF
David Nalley is the Vice President, Infrastructure at the Apache Software Foundation


Wednesday November 19, 2014 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Grand Ballroom