Paremus will share a platform with representatives of BEA Systems Inc., IBM Corp., Oracle Corp. and Siemens at the EclipseCon 2007 conference in order to share a vision of distributed SOA and the companyâs experience with using OSGi in the enterprise.
EclipseCon, the premier technical and user conference focusing on the power of the Eclipse platform, will take place in Santa Clara, California on 5th to 8th March. The OSGiâ¢ Alliance has teamed up with EclipseCon to organize the 2007 OSGi developer conference, which will be the premier conference for OSGi developers to attend in 2007. Paremus will be at booth 407 in the exhibition area as well as taking part in a panel discussion and presenting a talk, and Newton, the Paremus sponsored open source project, will be featuring in the Open Source Pavilion.
With an increasing number of OSGi-based systems entering the market, Paremusâ Robert Dunne will share his experience in the panel session titled âOSGi: Was it good for you too?â. This session will allow anyone planning to use OSGi to hear key industry players discuss the specifications, and reveal the true state of the technology.
Dunne will also present a session discussing Integrating RMI with OSGi. As OSGi becomes increasingly significant in the enterprise space, where RMI is a key technology for distributed systems infrastructure based on Javaâ¢, this talk describes ongoing work to specify and build OSGi-aware implementations of object serialization and RMI.
The Eclipse Foundation is hosting an Open Source Pavilion at EclipseCon 2007, which will showcase open source projects that support and complement the spirit of the Eclipse community. Paremus is very pleased that the Newton project, part of the Paremus-sponsored codeCauldron community, has been selected to feature in the Pavilion. Newton provides a highly dynamic OSGi-based runtime supporting the deployment, wire-up and autonomic maintenance of SCA systems distributed across multiple JVMs.