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Revision as of 11:45, 27 August 2019

Cloud Native at Community Events EclipseCon Europe 2019

This is where you can find information what we did last year https://wiki.eclipse.org/JakartaEE_-_MicroProfile_-_Community_day

Cloud Native Java at Eclipse Foundation

Community Day, on Monday, and Community Evening, on Tuesday, are community-organized events for anyone interested in the Cloud Native related projects at Eclipse Foundation.

  • Jakarta EE
  • MicroProfile
  • Eclipse Jemo
  • Eclipse Codewind
  • Eclipse Che

We are also welcoming the opportunity to show how other projects and technologies are relying on cloud native platform, like IoT, AI/machine learning...

Topics for the agenda

  • Quick state of the union address for Jakarta EE and MicroProfile
  • Discussion about roadmaps and potential collaboration of Jakarta EE and MicroProfile
  • Presentations
  • Doing a project together with the IoT working group

The idea is to do a joint project with the IoT working group to showcase the interaction and interoperability of different projects at Eclipse. ECE-2019-cloud-native-comunity-day.png

The above illustration shows the idea: IoT devices talk (over the air) to a gateway, which forwards data to a JakartaEE-/MicroProfile application, that stores the data and allows to visualise the results e.g. in a browser. The concrete IoT-application would be so called PAX-Counters,code for ESP32, devices that count the number of mac-addresses (of computers and mobile phones) around them. The PAX-Counters never store the mac-addresses or forward them to the gateway. They only keep them in memory during a measurement period. Distributing multiple PAX-counters over the Forum in Ludwigsburg could nicely show where people are. We could also hook Bosch BME680 sensors to the PAX-counters to get a measurements of air quality and could check if the number of mac-addresses corresponds with air quality (or in other words: if air quality goes down in the Forum if there are more people in a certain space)

Suggestions / Comments

PLEASE add suggestions


Organizer Name

  • Heiko Rupp, Red Hat
  • Jan Westerkamp, iJUG

Eclipse Foundation support team

  • Tanja Obradovic
  • Susan Iwai
  • Shabnam Mayel


Attendees

  1. Heiko Rupp
  2. Jan Westerkamp
  3. Tanja Obradovic
  4. Emily Jiang
  5. Martin Stefanko
  6. Edwin Derks (Tue)

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