Eclipse Finance Day 2014/Session Abstracts
- 1 Session Proposals
- 2 Sirius for finance: create your own graphical designers for IT and EA
- 3 Eclipse Plug-ins: Large and Small Assistants at Work
- 4 Eclipse Stardust – eine BPM Suite mit weltweit 1.500+ Installationen im Finanzdienstleistungsbereich
- 5 Connecting the dots: Development Lifecycle integration with open standards
The organization commitee will setup the agenda for the Eclipse Finance Day middle of September and informs the speakers.
Sirius for finance: create your own graphical designers for IT and EA
Sirius is a field-proven technology released with Eclipse Luna. It allows the easy and rapid development of custom graphical modelers (diagrams, tables, cross-tables, trees...). This talk will give you an overview of the main Sirius features, and show how you can use it to create custom tooling around a technology you like or for your business users.
For now more than 5 years, this technology has been deployed and improved in operational and intensive contexts. Some on them are directly related to financial institutions needs: enterprise architecture, business configuration, visual modernization.
During this talk I will present:
- How to use Sirius to create custom graphical modelers (diagram, table and tree based editors) with a live demo.
- An overview of typical use cases for information system, with a specific focus on Enterprise Architecture.
- The resulting Sirius modeling environment with advanced customizations, ready to be delivered to end-users.
Etienne Juliot is co-funder and vice president of Obeo, a software editor focused on Model Driven tools. He has over 14 years of experience as architect for information and embedded systems. He is strongly involved in OpenSource communities: member of the board of directors of the Eclipse Foundation, contributor to several Eclipse projects (Acceleo, Sirius, EMF, EGit, etc.), founder of Polarsys and Alliance Libre, speaker at famous conferences (EclipseCon, OMG, JUG, CSDM, ...). He manages strategic collaborations with large companies on system engineering, IT and enterprise architecture needs.
Eclipse Plug-ins: Large and Small Assistants at Work
The Eclipse IDE is a widely used development environment, not only in the area of Java. But let’s be honest: Eclipse does not really offer much out of the box. With plug-ins, the functionality of the Eclipse IDE can be expanded and enhanced. Plug-ins increase the productivity and quality of the work of each developer in a sustainable manner. This session presents several Eclipse plug-ins that provide benefits for every developer.
For more than 20 years Jörg Bächtiger has been working as a software developer, primarily in the enterprise environment in different roles with different programming languages and platforms. His main focus is software architecture, design and quality in different facets. Currently Jörg Bächtiger works as a Software Architect at Abraxas AG in Zürich.
Eclipse Stardust – eine BPM Suite mit weltweit 1.500+ Installationen im Finanzdienstleistungsbereich
Historie, Architektur und Anwendungsprofile von Workflow, Dokumentenverarbeitung, Nachrichten und Ereignisverarbeitung fuer Handel, Zahlungsverkehr, Banking, Asset Management, Versicherungswesen, Treasury und Energiewirtschaft
Connecting the dots: Development Lifecycle integration with open standards
The development of complex software (and software-intense systems) usually implies the use of many domain-specific tools and repositories . These tools are widely accepted by their respective users, and usually focused on a particular domain (e.g. change/requirements management, source code management, automation etc.). However, as this is often a mix of commercial, open source and "homegrown" solutions, there is often a lack of interoperability and re-use of information. Many companies spend lots of money for developing proprietary point-to-point integrations between these tools, but often still fall short to realize a true end-to-end integrated lifecycle management solution.
In this talk we will learn about Open Services for lifecycle integrations (OSLC, http://open-services.net), it's reference implementation Eclipse Lyo (http://eclipse.org/lyo), and how to build OSLC-compliant integrations. We will see how this open industry standard, based on concepts like RDF and the W3C Linked Data Platform (LDP), can help with cross-tool integration based on the linked data, traceability and holistic reporting. We will also shortly present some available implementations of the standard and experience from customer engagements.