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This article presents information and ideas about what the COSMOS team could do at EclipseCon 2007.
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EclipseCon 2007 will be held March 5-8 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
 
==Panel==
 
==Panel==
 
* Panel on open sources systems management.  -  Eclipse due date: 12/1  
 
* Panel on open sources systems management.  -  Eclipse due date: 12/1  

Revision as of 15:11, 2 November 2006

This article presents information and ideas about what the COSMOS team could do at EclipseCon 2007.

EclipseCon 2007 will be held March 5-8 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.

Panel

  • Panel on open sources systems management. - Eclipse due date: 12/1
    • Who would like to participate:
    • Group to define topics to be covered.
      • Why Systems Management in Eclipse?
      • What problems are we trying to solve?
      • Industry trends in open source systems management
      • What does it mean for me, the consumer of open source
      • What's all this SML stuff anyway, can't we just use (xxxxx)?
    • Candidate subjects:
      • Strength of SML as modeling language
        • vs. CIM, ODMA, ....
      • Potential for interoperability through Eclipse-based development framework
      • Benefits of community process for commercial, open source, and commercial-open source participants

Long Talk

  • Long talk; Resource Modeling based on SML - Eclipse due date: 12/1


Short Talk

  • Short talk; Overview on COSMOS - Eclipse due date: 1/15



Demo

  • Demo showing progress on resource modeling tooling

Valentina Popescu (IBM) is planning to participate with a demo of the SML validation and SML editing toolings which hopefully will be available by March 2007.

Poster

Here is a link to the poster that was presented at the Eclipse Summit, Europe.

This can serve as a starting point for our poster at Eclipse Con.

File:EclipseSummit-Oct-06-v3.zip

Table Topic

We could probably get a few of us to talk about COSMOS. Similar to the short talk.

Should we expand this to systems management in general?

BOF