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Pre FIA Workshop, May 7, Dublin, Ireland

May 07 2013

CHOReOS proposes a workshop for the Pre-FIA (Future Internet Assembly) to be held in Dublin, Ireland, May 7th.

The FIA will take place on May 8th to 9th.

"Sustaining Service-Oriented Computing in the Future Internet"

Workshop Date: May 7, full day.

Download the FISSi Presentation (pdf).

Other Projects involved:FI-WARE, CONNECT, NESSOS, ANIKETOS

Please click here to see more and register.

CHOReOS Workshop Abtract: The dramatic growth and evolution of the Internet in all its dimensions including certainly its size but also its heterogeneity and usage, keep challenging supporting technologies. The Future Internet concept magnifies the required shift for Internet technologies, which shall allow supporting the continuously growing scale of the converging networking world together with new generations of services made available to and brought by the plethora of end users.

While Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) introduces convenient paradigms for developing applications to be deployed in the Future Internet, enabling technologies need to drastically evolve to face the challenges that are posed. It is further a critical requirement that service-oriented systems developed for and in the Future Internet meet the expected level of quality, and especially security considering the openness and dynamics of the networking environment.

The SOCFI workshop aims at discussing together latest advances made by FP7 projects on developing innovative technologies, from software development tools to middleware, sustaining service-oriented computing in the Future Internet. The objective is to investigate possible integration of the technologies, including possible impact on the Fi-Ware architecture, which is among the flagship architectures supporting Future Internet applications.

The workshop already involves a number of FP7 projects, while the workshop will be broadly advertised to hopefully be attended by more S&T projects investigating software solutions for the Future Internet.


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