Organized and co-ordinated by the OW2 Open Source CLoudware Initiative ( OSCi), this workshop took place on April 10 during the Cloud Computing World Conference ( April 10-11), in Paris, CNIT.
CHOReOS and the Future Internet Initiative () were represented in the panel : "Les enjeux du passage à l'échelle", with the participation of Valerie Issarny and Sébastien Keller. See and check out photos.
CHOReOS will be showcased at the CeBIT Open Source Park, March 5-9, Hanover, Germany. The open source area of CeBIT is the largest business-oriented event for open source software in Europe and is gathering visitors from all over Europe.
See more about CeBIT: or about the Open Source Park: And, view Pierre Chatel (Thales) .
Hosted by the School of Informatics (E.T.S. Ingenieria Informatica) at the University of Málaga, the Spring School on Secure Service Composition will be held 27-31 May. Do not miss CHOReOS Valérie Issarny (INRIA) lecture on.
Early bird Registration deadline: April 30th, 2013
The joint PTC10 meeting is hosted by Inria in Paris, January 21-23, 2013. Lasting three days, the first session is to start at 2pm on Monday January 21, and the last meeting to finish at 1pm on Wednesday January 23. The sessions will focus on mainly on the IDRE tools, with the objective to understand better each tool, their perimeter, how they run and their maturity in order to use all in the use cases. For that, Day 2 is organized around technical sessions with demos and interactions.
OW2con' 2012, November 28-29, 2012, Paris
Pierre Chatel, Thales, presented CHOReOS in the Project Spotlight Session.
Presentation Title: CHOReOS: " Large Scale Choreographies for Futur Internet, from theory to practice".
CHOReOS is now an OW2 project, it was accepted by the OW2 Technology Council in November 2012.
See more about the OW2con' 12 conference: http://ow2.org/view/OW2Con-2012/
Download thefile of the presentation.
The joint PMC5/PTC9 meeting is hosted by the Universita degli Studi - L'Aquila (Italy), October 29 - 31. Lasting three days, the first session will start at 2pm on Monday October 29, and the last meeting will finish at 3pm on Wednesday October 31. The sessions will focus on the preparation of the next review.
The 8th PTC meeting will be hosted by INRIA in Paris, July 10 - 12. Lasting three days, the first session will start at 13h00 on Tuesday July 10, and the last meeting will finish at 15h00 on Thursday July 12. Many thanks to the INRIA team for hosting this meeting at their offices, 23 avenue d'Italie, 75013 Paris. Check out the draft agenda.
Paris, June 6, 2012 - For immediate publication.
LINAGORA, European leading provider in open source professional support and services, acquires the Enterprise Service Bus and BPM editor, Petals Link. This will reinforce LINAGORA's position as a provider of enterprise grade solutions, with Petals ESB and Petals BPM joining its existing portfolio: OBM, LinID, LinShare, LinKPI. Petals Link's customers will also benefit from LINAGORA's renowned professional support. Finally, the combined expertise of LINAGORA and Petals Link will give birth to the next-generation collaborative platform, Pass OBM 3.0.
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SINTEF has invited No Magic Europe to contribute a keynote talk about OMG modeling standards at the Future Internet Symposium 2012 in Vilnius, Lithuania on May 22, 2012.
As a result of the invitation, Dr. Darius Silingas was selected to give the keynote address on the topic entitled, Model-Driven Service Choreographies for the Future Internet. This is based on CHOReOS project ideas.
For more Information about the conference:
See more information and the abstract of the keynote presentation.