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Eclipse Integrated Development Day Berlin

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Model Driven Engineering (MDE) is on the advance. The reason for this advance is the promise of handling the increase of complexity within the software and its development process by raising the level of abstraction using models as information storage. This trend is in particular supported by availability of stable and comprehensive tools and supporting platforms in particular driven by Eclipse. The Eclipse Integrated Development Day 2010 focuses on topics concerned with the integration of tools, of data (i.e. models) and processes and with the coordination of different lifecycle activities. In summary this Eclipse focuses on Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). Attendees will have a chance to hear leading experts in the ALM domain as well as practitioners using Eclipse technology creating solutions which address this problem domain. This Eclipse Day will focus on:

  • Application Lifecycle Management
  • Automation and Integration within the development process
  • Experiences reports

Eclipse Integrated Development Day in Berlin is a day-long event for technical developers, architects and managers interested in tool and process integration as well as automation in development processes. Attendees will have the chance to hear speakers from leading organization and experts from the Eclipse community.

Presentations address the additional topics:

  • Tool integration frameworks (e.g. Repositories, Interfaces, Adapters, Transport layer)
  • Distributed tool chains
  • Management of tool chains
  • Granularity of access
  • Security and Access Control of models and tools
  • Adaptation between meta modeling frameworks (e.g. MOF 1.4 , CMOF, EMF, EMOF)
  • Model and model element identification
  • Model Driven Enterprise Service Bus
  • Model Driven Process Integration
  • Model Based System Management
  • Distributed Modeling Technologies (e.g. model querying)
  • Problem scenarios, User requirements, Practice reports & Success stories

Date & Location

Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Fraunhofer Institut FOKUS, Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31, 10589 Berlin

Attendee Registration

All attendees must register for this event. There is no participation fee for this event.

Please register here

If you have any problems with registration, please send an e-mail to Nicole at



Welcome and Introduction
Tom Ritter, Fraunhofer FOKUS


Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation


Process Improvement in Distributed Software Development -
Using Eclipse with Mercural or Git
Michael Lukas, Intland


Coffee Break


ALM and PLM interoperability based on OSLC
Rainer Ersch, Siemens CT


Lunch Break


PREEvision - ein E/E Konzeptwerkzeug auf Eclipse-Basis
Bastian Florentz, aquintos


Eclipse Modeling Platform
Andreas Graf (itemis), Martin Mandischer (itemis) & Stephan Eberle (Geensys)


Coffee Break


Automation of Software Development Processes with ModelBus
Tom Ritter, Fraunhofer FOKUS


Software Mining with a GMF based designer
Stephane Drapeau, Obeo




The Eclipse Integrated Development Day 2010 is supported by

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A hotel recommendation for those traveling from outside of Berlin is provided on the Fraunhofer FOKUS website.

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