Program Details EADD
The Eclipse Runtime: Business Ready Open Source
|Jochen Krause co-leads the Eclipse Rich Ajax Platform (RAP) and Eclipse Runtime projects, and is a member of the Eclipse Foundation Board of Directors and Architecture Council. Jochen has had a leadership role in the Eclipse community since its inception in 2002, and today is focused on driving Eclipse to be an application platform for web and desktop. Jochen is a founder of EclipseSource and has been bringing Eclipse technology to enterprise customers, while guiding strategic technical contributions to Eclipse. EclipseSource staff are involved in many Eclipse projects such as Equinox, PDE, RAP, ECF, p2, Riena, Eclipse Packaging and g-Eclipse.|
| Harald is head of the Java Server & Infrastructure development team at SAP. He is responsible for the Java EE Application Server and the Development Tools based on Eclipse.
SAP is one of the founding members of the Eclipse Foundation and started as a so-called "Strategic Consumer". Since June 2009 SAP raised the membership level to "Strategic Developer", meaning that SAP will have at least 8 developers assigned full time to the Eclipse project.
Experiences with Model Driven Software Development - Creating the Palladio Toolchain
The Palladio Component Model (PCM) is a meta-model and an eclipse based toolset for modelling component-based software architectures. Based on PCM models software architects can predict different quality properties including performance, reliability and maintainability. The PCM uses various modelling technologies provided in the eclipse modelling project including EMF, GMF, OCL, UML2, openArchitectureWare, QVT. In the talk, Steffen introduces the PCM's model-driven toolchain and presents the experiences collected with applying the named eclipse modelling technologies in its realisation.
Dr. Steffen Becker
| Steffen Becker is Department Manager at the Forschungszentrum Informatik (FZI) in Karlsruhe in the division for Software Engineering since January 2008. Before, he graduated from the University of Oldenburg with a PhD in computer science. From July 2003 he was a member of the young investigators excellence program Palladio of the National German Research Foundation. He got his diploma in business administration and computer science combined in 2003 from the Technical University of Darmstadt.
He participates regularly in conferences where he gives presentations, holds tutorials, and participates in panel discussions. His interests include model-driven software development, software architectures, and model-driven quality predictions.