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Wednesday, September 21
 

9:30am

Welcome Coffee and Attendee Bag Retrieval
Pick up your badge and your complementary attendee bags and goodies. And check out who's already here with a nice cup of coffee (or tea) in hand.

Wednesday September 21, 2016 9:30am - 10:00am
Paris Mozilla Space

10:00am

Conference Opening Address by OW2 President and CEO
Settying the stage for OW2con'16, OW2 President Yuri Glickman will provide a quick overview of OW2 and OW2 CEO Cedric Thomas will share his thouhgts on this year's conference theme in his keynote address: "Lessons from the Open Source Value Chain".

Speakers
avatar for Yuri Glickman

Yuri Glickman

Head of the OSE Department, Fraunhofer FOKUS
Dr. Yuri Glickman is a project manager at Fraunhofer FOKUS. His technical and research background covers SOA, model driven software engineering, design, testing of distributed systems. He was/is actively contributing and leading technical activities in numerous European (TT-Medal, VISP, SWEB, QualiPSo, ALADDIN, ENGAGE, iCity, OCEAN, Policy Compass) and national research projects, and in research projects in collaboration with Japanese industry... Read More →
avatar for Cédric Thomas

Cédric Thomas

CEO, OW2
Cedric Thomas, is OW2 CEO. An IT industry veteran with twenty-five years of experience in strategic and marketing consulting for IT vendors and systems integrators, Cedric has masterminded the launch of the OW2 Consortium. Previously, as both an investor and a consultant with FronTier Associates, the consulting company he founded in 1997, he actively took part in three IPOs, contributed to the launch of several technology start-ups, helped... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 10:00am - 10:30am
Paris Mozilla Space

10:30am

KEYNOTE The Linux Foundation's CII Badge Program
Introduction to the CII Badge Programe. The Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) Best Practices Badge is an open source secure development maturity model. Projects having a CII badge will showcase the project's commitment to security. Open source project maintainers answer a short questionnaire to be awarded a "Best Practices Badge".


Speakers
avatar for David A. Wheeler

David A. Wheeler

Project Leader, Institute for Defense Analyses
David A. Wheeler works at the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA). He is an expert in evaluating and improving security practices for open-source software. Dr. Wheeler spearheaded the recently released CII Best Practices badges as part of the Linux Foundation’s program to improve the quality and security of open-source software. His works include Software Inspection: An Industry Best Practice, Ada 95: The Lovelace Tutorial, Secure... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 10:30am - 11:00am
Paris Mozilla Space

11:00am

KEYNOTE Kubernetes: the Rising Tide of Systems Administration.
Kubernetes, the rising tide of systems administration Containers and cloud have moved from "why" to "how and when?" Learn how Google is helping the world go Cloud Native.

Speakers
avatar for Craig Box

Craig Box

Global Lead, Google
Craig helps make Google's compute platform available to you. He started his career as a systems administrator, and has worked in development, deployment, DevOps, consulting, advisory and management roles. Craig earned his Computer Science degree at the University of Waikato, and has over 15 years industry experience across North America, EMEA and APAC.


Wednesday September 21, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Paris Mozilla Space

11:30am

PANEL: Code to Product
Experienced software and community practitionners will discuss the challenges of developing and supporting a market-ready open source software.  TBC round table participants include: Ludovic Dubost (XWiki), Cedric Carbone (Nanocloud), Gabriele Ruffatti (Spago World), Roger Essoh (Consultant) and our keynote speaker. 

Speakers
avatar for Craig Box

Craig Box

Global Lead, Google
Craig helps make Google's compute platform available to you. He started his career as a systems administrator, and has worked in development, deployment, DevOps, consulting, advisory and management roles. Craig earned his Computer Science degree at the University of Waikato, and has over 15 years industry experience across North America, EMEA and APAC.
avatar for Cédric Carbone

Cédric Carbone

Co-founder, Nanocloud
#Co-Founder & CTO @Nanocloud [Turn any (legacy) software into a cloud solution] : www.nanocloud.com | | #Co-Founder & CTO @Influans [from Data to Sales : highly targeted deals] : www.influans.com | | #Former (2006-2014) Talend CTO [Big Data / Application / Data Integration Software company] : www.talend.com
avatar for Ludovic Dubost

Ludovic Dubost

CEO, XWiki SAS
Ludovic Dubost is the Founder and CEO of the XWiki SAS. After finishing his studies at Ecole Polytechnique and Telecom Paris, he began his career as a software architect at Netscape Communications Europe. He joined NetValue as CTO, where he worked until 2004 when it was purchased by Nielsen / NetRatings, this leading to the launch of XWiki in 2004. Since then Ludovic has been hard at work development XWiki into a competitive Open Source company... Read More →
avatar for Roger Essoh

Roger Essoh

Chief Strategy Officer, SAAKAI PTE
Former Public Sector Open source Director at Atos, Roger has started to work with open source technologies in 1995 when he founded his first IT company. He joined Objectweb Consortium in 2002 to represent Atos. | Roger is an active entrepreneur and strategic advisor for various start-ups including Videolabs (the guys behind VLC), Wakanda (the first European open source full-stack development platform). He is a venture partner for a US-based funds... Read More →
avatar for Gabriele Ruffati

Gabriele Ruffati

ICT Innovation Director, Engineering Group
Gabriele is Architectures & Processes for ICT Innovation Director at Engineering Group's Technical, Innovation & Research Division. He is also head of the Big Data and Open Source Competency Centers, as well as Methodologies, Processes and Services Director at Engineering's Software Labs. In 2004 he founded the SpagoWorld initiative, which develops and manages some projects within OW2 and Eclipse Foundation. He is a member of the Board of... Read More →
avatar for David A. Wheeler

David A. Wheeler

Project Leader, Institute for Defense Analyses
David A. Wheeler works at the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA). He is an expert in evaluating and improving security practices for open-source software. Dr. Wheeler spearheaded the recently released CII Best Practices badges as part of the Linux Foundation’s program to improve the quality and security of open-source software. His works include Software Inspection: An Industry Best Practice, Ada 95: The Lovelace Tutorial, Secure... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

12:30pm

Lunch Break
And yes attendees are invited, it's free lunch as in free beer! :)

Wednesday September 21, 2016 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

1:30pm

BEYOND OW2: New European Open Data portals for end-users and developers
In November 2015 the European Commission officially lunched the European Data Portal http://www.europeandataportal.eu . The mission of the portal is to become the catalogue of all European public data providing them in all official languages of the European Union. The portal is harvesting metadata from heterogeneous open data portals of 28 EU and other 11 European countries. It lists over 580 000 datasets and it is the biggest Open Data portal worldwide. From the techincal perspective, it is the first official Open Data portal implementing the new DCAT Application Profile specification. The portal is the place to find European public data and it is a basis for other innovative services. One of them is Policy Compass https://policycompass.eu. It brings together open public data, social media, e-participation platforms, causal models, and argumentation technology for constructing, sharing, visualizing and debating progress metrics and impacts of policies. Both portals are Open Source. They provide rich APIs and may become a data source for other applications. 

Speakers
avatar for Yuri Glickman

Yuri Glickman

Head of the OSE Department, Fraunhofer FOKUS
Dr. Yuri Glickman is a project manager at Fraunhofer FOKUS. His technical and research background covers SOA, model driven software engineering, design, testing of distributed systems. He was/is actively contributing and leading technical activities in numerous European (TT-Medal, VISP, SWEB, QualiPSo, ALADDIN, ENGAGE, iCity, OCEAN, Policy Compass) and national research projects, and in research projects in collaboration with Japanese industry... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 1:30pm - 1:45pm
Paris Mozilla Space

1:45pm

DocDokuPLM : Domain Specific PaaS and Business Oriented API

Totally replacing our SOAP web services with HTTP web services behind an API has been a real challenge for us this year. We made the choice to generate our Java and JavaScript API by using Swagger. Swagger allows us to generate a JSON file describing our REST layer services, and thus generate code from this description file. We're now able to deliver a SDK to other applications in Java and JavaScript today.

Using same codebase and same method names are really useful for developers, and modifying our REST layer doesn't mean modifying our SDKs by hand: it's generated! It's quite easy to deploy and/or use: our APIs are simply Maven and NodeJS modules. Having a interactive documentation for all SDKs is really appreciable, it allows us to discover every services and test them.

We can now resolve specific use-cases by developing new applications with this API. Currently our SDK is in use in 2 separate projects and languages (a GUI written with NodeWebkit and a JEE server application), and fits as needed.


Speakers
avatar for morgan guimard

morgan guimard

Web/Mobile software engineer, Docdoku
Training Electronics, Morgan is now a mobile consultant at DocDoku, where he was able to dive into open source technologies and work alongside passionate and involved developers.


Wednesday September 21, 2016 1:45pm - 2:00pm
Paris Mozilla Space

2:00pm

Automating Performance Testing over the Cloud with CLIF and ProActive Workflows
During the two last years, the CLIF project focused on demonstrating fully automated performance testing including deploying and configuring both the distributed CLIF load injection system and the distributed application under test over an IaaS cloud. Integrated to an automation server like Jenkins, these demonstrations provided a valuable support for achieving performance testing in continuous integration. However, the underlying technical solutions for orchestrating nodes instantiation and configuration were very adherent to specific technologies, like Java wrappers, shell scripts or yaml definitions, which drastically reduces the community of potential adopters.
With the fresh work reported here, we believe that devOps teams must be given the choice of their favorite scripting or programming language for performing the nodes configuration, while benefiting from high level graphical tooling to specify the deployment process of their distributed architectures.
While OW2 projects ProActive and CLIF collaborate since years at the middleware level (distributed communication, test scheduling and execution resources management), the CLIF project was very excited to experiment the brand new ProActive Workflows module to respond to these new deployment orchestration challenges.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Amedro

Brian Amedro

CTO, ActiveEon
Brian Amedro is Cloud Solutions Architect in ActiveEon. He is the core developer of ProActive Parallel Suite, an Open Source Java middleware for parallel and distributed computing, which is a part of the OW2 Consortium.
avatar for DILLENSEGER Bruno

DILLENSEGER Bruno

R&D Engineer, ORANGE
Bruno Dillenseger is a computing scientist and engineer. He has been working in the field of distributed computing for years, integrating component-based architecture design and autonomic computing concerns to his fields of investigation. He is now working in cloud computing, still keeping architectural and self-management principles in mind. His contributions range from academic papers to code in open source projects. Since 2002, he is leading... Read More →
avatar for Denis Caromel

Denis Caromel

CEO, ActiveEon
Denis Caromel is CEO & Founder of ActiveEon Cloud company. His technical work includes distributed, and Cloud computing. Denis Caromel gave many invited talks on Cloud, Parallel and Distributed Computing around the world (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Berkeley, Stanford, NASA Langley, IBM Tom Watson and Zurich). He acted as keynote speaker at several major conferences (MDM, DAPSYS 2008, CGW'08, Shanghai CCGrid 2009, IEEE ICCP'09, ICPADS 2009... Read More →
avatar for Laurent Pellegrino

Laurent Pellegrino

R&D Engineer, ActiveEon
Laurent Pellegrino holds a PhD in distributed systems from INRIA. He is currently an R&D engineer at ActiveEon. He likes working with new technologies, especially in Java and Python. In his spare time he maintains some Android apps and likes to go jogging.


Wednesday September 21, 2016 2:00pm - 2:15pm
Paris Mozilla Space

2:15pm

Hammr Project Update: Machine Images and Docker Containers for your Cloud
Hammr is an OW2 open source, command-line tool for creating consistent and repeatable machine images for different cloud or virtual environments, or migrating live systems from one environment to another. Designed for cloud era environments, where agility and automation are key, hammr helps organizations automate the creation of machine images for hybrid environments. This presentation will focus on the hybrid capabilities of hammr for any virtual or cloud target environment. It will also include a focus on DevOps and Docker integration, and show how hammr can be used to quickly build and run Docker images, helping accelerate development and test processes among other benefits. Finally, we will present the latest hammr features, including the ability for cloud providers to customize target platforms and expose their own IaaS infrastructure as top-level branded objects accessible via hammr, thus easing the path from user images to their cloud infrastructure.

Speakers
avatar for Joris Bremond

Joris Bremond

Software Development Engineer, USharesoft
Joris Bremond is the creator of Hammr, and maintains the core functionality of the tool. He keeps busy in infrastructure automation and security; and dabbles in ARM open source software development. Joris is a technical team leader and software engineer at UShareSoft. Prior to joining UShareSoft in 2013, Joris held systems engineering positions at Thales Services.
avatar for Alexandre Lefebvre

Alexandre Lefebvre

Professional Services, UShareSoft
Alexandre Lefebvre (PhD) is in charge of Professional Services at UShareSoft. He has more of 25 years of experience in R&D in the middleware, open source and cloud areas. Prior to UShareSoft, Alexandre was CTO of the OW2 Open Source Consortium, and held several technical and management positions at Orange Labs. Alexandre was a speaker at Cloud Expo Europe 2014, Community Leadership Summit, most annual OW2con, Open World Forum 2011, and... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 2:15pm - 2:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

2:30pm

ActiveEon’s OW2 ProActive Accelerates, Automates and Scales Metagenomics Analytics as well as IoT Treatments
ActiveEon is an Open Source ISV offering automation and scalability solutions for IT, Big Data and Internet of Things to accelerate, automate and scale their business processes and reduce their infrastructure cost.
ActiveEon recently worked with two customers in very different areas:
- INRA, the French National Institute for agronomics, in order to integrate a portal dedicated to metagenomics analysis. ActiveEon’s ProActive accelerates the treatments of more than 500 terabytes of metagenomics data per year in R language, and 10 scientists received a week of training by their dedicated ActiveEon’s engineer
- A Fortune 1000 company which works in the area of mining machines and wanted to improve their IoT in order to better analyse incoming information from the captors and automate more actions. ActiveEon’s workflows run hourly as well as are triggered on events, run on Amazon Web Services, and helps our customer control and optimize its machines usage.

Speakers
avatar for Denis Caromel

Denis Caromel

CEO, ActiveEon
Denis Caromel is CEO & Founder of ActiveEon Cloud company. His technical work includes distributed, and Cloud computing. Denis Caromel gave many invited talks on Cloud, Parallel and Distributed Computing around the world (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Berkeley, Stanford, NASA Langley, IBM Tom Watson and Zurich). He acted as keynote speaker at several major conferences (MDM, DAPSYS 2008, CGW'08, Shanghai CCGrid 2009, IEEE ICCP'09, ICPADS 2009... Read More →
avatar for Fabien Viale

Fabien Viale

Senior Software Engineer, ActiveEon
Fabien is a Senior Software engineer with experience in both Unix and Windows environments and several programming languages (such as Java, C, Matlab, R). Primary field of interest is distributed applications / cloud computing. Very good communication skills, French mother tongue, English fluent. | Programming Languages : Java(expert), Matlab, R, Ruby, C, Javascript, Linux Shell, Scilab, PHP, VBA | Frameworks : RMI, REST, JNI | Web : XML, XSLT... Read More →
avatar for Tobias Wiens

Tobias Wiens

Software Engineer, ActiveEon
Tobias holds a Master of Science in Distributed Systems and Entrepreneurship from TU Berlin and KTH Stockholm. He is an R&D developer at ActiveEon inspired by Microservices, Java and Docker and loves the grind of making new technologies work. 


Wednesday September 21, 2016 2:30pm - 2:45pm
Paris Mozilla Space

2:45pm

Turn Any (Legacy) Application Into a SaaS Solution Without Any Code Rewrite!
In this session, you will see how to transform a legacy (heavy/rich client) windows application like Open Office into a full SaaS solution thanks OW2 Nanocloud Community platform. Nanocloud Community enable new uses and business models by pushing software vendor application portfolio into the cloud without any code rewrite. You can run and access them from anywhere, directly from your preferred browser.

Speakers
avatar for Cédric Carbone

Cédric Carbone

Co-founder, Nanocloud
#Co-Founder & CTO @Nanocloud [Turn any (legacy) software into a cloud solution] : www.nanocloud.com | | #Co-Founder & CTO @Influans [from Data to Sales : highly targeted deals] : www.influans.com | | #Former (2006-2014) Talend CTO [Big Data / Application / Data Integration Software company] : www.talend.com


Wednesday September 21, 2016 2:45pm - 3:00pm
Paris Mozilla Space

3:00pm

OCCIware: Extensible and Standard-based XaaS Platform To Manage Everything in The Clouds

The OCCIware project aims at managing in a unified manner all layers and domains of the Cloud (XaaS), by building on the Open Cloud Computing (OCCI) standard. OCCIware Metamodel formally specifies the main OCCI concepts. Today a first EMF metamodel is defined that adds to OCCI new concepts such as Extension, Configuration, and EDataType, addressing some limitations of OCCI.
This session highlights OCCIware platform two main components:

- The OCCIware Studio Factory, allowing to produce visually customizable diagram editors for any Cloud configuration business domain modeled in OCCI using the OCCI Extension Studio, such as the flagship Docker Studio ;

- The OCCIware Runtime, based on OW2 erocci project, including the tools for deployment, supervision and administration, and allowing to federate multiple XaaS Cloud runtimes, such as the Roboconf PaaS server and the ActiveEon Cloud Automation multi-IaaS connector.

This talk includes a demonstration of the Docker connector and of how to use the OCCIware Cloud Designer to configure a real life Cloud application (a Java API server on top of a MongoDB cluster)'s business, platform and infrastructure layers seamlessly on both VirtualBox and OpenStack infrastructure.


Speakers
avatar for Marc Dutoo

Marc Dutoo

Open Source Architect & R&D Leader, Openwide
Open Source & Java Innovator. Software and Solution Architect, R&D, Project Manager, Consultant, Trainer. | Customers : IT, public administration, industry, defense, banking, healthcare, real estate, petroleum industry, air transport. | Specialties : Open Source & Java service & data architecture & integration (APIs, Big Data, SOA, ESB, Cloud), ECM (GED), BPM, web technologies and solutions.


Wednesday September 21, 2016 3:00pm - 3:15pm
Paris Mozilla Space

3:15pm

erocci - A Scalable Model-Driven API Framework
REST APIs are becoming the most common technology for distributed applications. When it comes to designing and implementing such APIs, the heterogeneity of technologies for designing and describing them can make integration and even development a nightmare.erocci provides developers a simple and standard way to describe these APIs, letting best-of-breed model-driven engineering technology doing all boilerplate work for you.erocci easily integrates with existing APIs as it follows the following standards:* HTTP / REST* Swagger/OpenAPI for API description* Open Cloud Computing Interface for data model
In the presentation, we will explain the use of erocci and its extension mechanisms.

Speakers
avatar for Jean Parpaillon

Jean Parpaillon

Erlang Senior Developper, KBRW Adventure
Jean Parpaillon has been working in open source infrastructure softwares for 10 years. He has contributed to HPC and cloud computing projects like Kerrighed and CompatibleOne. He is now the main developer of erocci, the first generic OCCI implementation, based on erlang/OTP platform. He has also co-funded the Lizenn company, aiming at developing and commercializing OCCI based platform for cloud computing and internet of things.


Wednesday September 21, 2016 3:15pm - 3:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

3:30pm

Coffee Break
Wednesday September 21, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Paris Mozilla Space

4:00pm

BEYOND OW2: Building the Universal Software Archive
The goal of the Software Heritage project is to collect, preserve, and share all publicly available software in source code form. Forever.
By doing so Software Heritage will serve the needs of: Society, by preserving our collective technological heritage; Industry, by building the largest software provenance open database; Science, by assembling the largest curated archive for software research; and Education, by creating the ultimate anthology for programming curricula.
Although still in Beta, Software Heritage has already archived more than 2.5 billion unique source code files and 600 million unique commits, spanning more than 20 million projects from major software development hubs, GNU/Linux distributions, and upstream software collections.
Software Heritage is developed transparently as a collaborative project and all its own source code is available as Free/Open Source Software. Currently incubated by Inria, the project will graduate soon to an independent charitable, nonprofit organization.

Speakers
avatar for Stefano Zacchiroli

Stefano Zacchiroli

CTO, Software Heritage
Stefano Zacchiroli is Associate Professor of Computer Science at University Paris Diderot. He is a co-founder and current CTO of the Software Heritage project. He has been an official member of the Debian Project since 2001, where he was elected to serve as Debian Project Leader for 3 terms in a row, over the period 2010-2013. He is a Board Director of the Open Source Initiative (OSI) and recipient of the 2015 O'Reilly Open Source Award.


Wednesday September 21, 2016 4:00pm - 4:15pm
Paris Mozilla Space

4:15pm

AppHub & Oscar: Fostering Market Readiness at OW2

AppHub is the European Open Source marketplace. Open source software is a powerful enabler for collaborative innovation. However, making the source available does not automatically attract contributors or grant immediate market access. AppHub's mission is to help users find and implement the software outcomes of your open source projects more easily. AppHub is designed to make it easier for open source projects to connect with their potential markets.

This presentation will provide an overview of AppHub since its launch early last year. We will review the services offered to open source projects for exposing their outcome to the market, using a template factory for packaging their software, and also for assessing their market readiness, using the Oscar platform provided by OW2. We will also show how end users can use AppHub for deploying pre-configured open source projects to the virtual or cloud format of their choice, and how AppHub will evolve to a marketplace for the OW2 projects beyond the end of the EU project itself.



Speakers
avatar for Stéphane Lauriere

Stéphane Lauriere

CTO, OW2
Stéphane joined OW2 as CTO in 2015. His work at OW2 focuses on the development of the OW2 Software Quality and Trustworthiness Program, the evolution of the OW2 engineering platform and the growth of the OW2 community. Prior to OW2, Stéphane took part in collaborative research projects at Inria, XWiki, and Mandriva, mainly in the fields of Linux distributions engineering, Cloud Computing and P2P semantic workspaces.
avatar for Alexandre Lefebvre

Alexandre Lefebvre

Professional Services, UShareSoft
Alexandre Lefebvre (PhD) is in charge of Professional Services at UShareSoft. He has more of 25 years of experience in R&D in the middleware, open source and cloud areas. Prior to UShareSoft, Alexandre was CTO of the OW2 Open Source Consortium, and held several technical and management positions at Orange Labs. Alexandre was a speaker at Cloud Expo Europe 2014, Community Leadership Summit, most annual OW2con, Open World Forum 2011, and... Read More →
avatar for Cédric Thomas

Cédric Thomas

CEO, OW2
Cedric Thomas, is OW2 CEO. An IT industry veteran with twenty-five years of experience in strategic and marketing consulting for IT vendors and systems integrators, Cedric has masterminded the launch of the OW2 Consortium. Previously, as both an investor and a consultant with FronTier Associates, the consulting company he founded in 1997, he actively took part in three IPOs, contributed to the launch of several technology start-ups, helped... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 4:15pm - 4:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

4:30pm

Improving Software Quality and Devops Automation with STAMP
DevOps has emerged, as a major cultural movement to handle the need for increased agility in software development. While this movement is loosely bound to development methods, a number of practices have emerged to operationalize this extreme agility: loosely coupled software architectures meant to support incremental updates and build (services or micro services with clear APIs); a very high degree of automation at multiple stages of the development lifecycle. Quality assurance is a major challenge in this context. There is very little time for manual testing and the responsibility of bug detection is placed upon the automated test suites. STAMP (Software Testing AMPlification), is a new European R&D project, which aims to bolster automated test suites through the automatic transformation of test assets. The key technical challenge that STAMP aims at overcoming is to reduce the cost due to regression bugs that propagate to production, through advanced research in automatic test generation. The key novelty of our research agenda is to leverage existing assets (such as test cases or execution logs) in order to increase test effectiveness. This innovative research is at the crossroads of program analysis and transformation, software testing, automatic deployment and search-based software engineering.

Speakers
avatar for Benoit Baudry

Benoit Baudry

Research scientist, INRIA
DevOps has emerged, as a major cultural movement to handle the need for increased agility in software development. While this movement is loosely bound to development methods, a number of practices have emerged to operationalize this extreme agility: loosely coupled software architectures meant to support incremental updates and build (services or micro services with clear APIs); a very high degree of automation at multiple stages of the... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Paris Mozilla Space

4:45pm

Measure It! How to Measure Quality in (not only) Large Software Projects
You can control what you can measure: this is particularly true for software quality. Measures means attributes (to be measured) and tools (to measure).
We have a pletora of tools to support entirely the Application Lifecycle Management: companies and communities can leverage open source to set up infrastructures filled with SCMs, issue trackers, static analyzers, wikis, planners, and so on. These infras can become mines of raw quality data: selecting and defining measures, metrics and ways to represent them is core to achieve a complete control of the quality of your developments.
In this talk Daniele will show you the experience in a large software company, involved both in open and closed source projects: processes, tools, measures adopted to let people to deliver software satisfying common quality attributes, shared across the organization by the means of guidelines and a common culture of quality.  This approach can be adopted by companies and communities as well: quality is the value perceived by end-users, who often aren’t interested in knowing whether the software they are using is built by a community or a company. You will see how close this experience is to OW2 OSCAR quality analysis pillars.

Speakers
avatar for Daniele Gagliardi

Daniele Gagliardi

Software Engineer, Engineering Group
Daniele Gagliardi is a Software Engineer at Engineering Group. Before joining Spago4Q design team, he has been working for several years in the domain of Identity and Access Management, web applications design as well as development of PKI (Public Key Infrastructures) and of digital signature products. Since 2010 he has been contributing to the development of Spago4Q platform with solutions adopted within the Engineering Software Laboratories... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 4:45pm - 5:00pm
Paris Mozilla Space

5:00pm

Preparing Your Source Code for Distribution
When I was a young engineer, I grew listening to an old software engineer that said too often: "You don't know, what you don't know".As years passed, that strange motto started to make more sense for software development. We send zip files or gits with the code of our products to other people in a professional context, too often without really knowing what kind of third-party code and licenses are inside. In this session we go through simple techniques to clearly list the third-party libraries, code snippets and marking your own software as yours in a standardized manner. So that the next time you share code professionally, it is easy for others to understand the applicable licenses and copyrights within.

Speakers
avatar for Nuno Brito

Nuno Brito

Managing director, TripleCheck
Nuno Brito is the managing director of TripleCheck, a company focused on licensing quality. Previously, was the coordinator for copyright and software licensing at the European Space Agency. He brings over a decade of contributions to open source and enterprise software.


Wednesday September 21, 2016 5:00pm - 5:15pm
Paris Mozilla Space

5:15pm

Dependency Management and Licence Compliance
Code reuse is a major aspect of Open Source and most development languages have developed dependency management systems to enable this practice in a more efficient and secure way. Licencing is another key aspect of Open Source, as it defines it as such. Convergence of those two aspects is then somehow natural and is embodied in the metadata of the package systems. Combined with the general evolution of licencing compliance and its closer integration into development workflows, this angle seems to gain relevance but is still facing limitations, due to (lack of) metadata quality.

Speakers
avatar for Camille Moulin

Camille Moulin

Consultant, Inno³
Camille has been actively promoting Open Source, Open Standards and interoperability for more than ten years, notably as a member of the AFUL, where he's been a member of the board since 2007. Leveraging his significant experience in helping corporations defining Open Source strategies and conformance policies, he's co-leading the Open Source governance activity at inno³. He's also particularly interested in the tooling enabling a better... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 5:15pm - 5:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

5:30pm

From Code to Product to Startup Challenges for Building Successful Business Model with Open Source Code

We have mainly two categories of products in the world of open source products, the one targeting the B2C segment and the other targeting B2B.

In one side, we have open source B2B startups facing challenges to build successful and sustainable business models to leverage their open source positioning and to convince enterprises and partners to engage with their products; and, on the other side, we have open source startups with successful B2C products who are facing challenges to convince their large communities to accept even the idea of monetization. 

When the open source startup with a B2B model main challenge is clearly to execute as a software company, the open source startup with a popular B2C product has to deal with a more complex challenge.
I will base the presentation on two open source startups I’m currently advising. One is a promising startup with an open source platform for building web and mobile application, and the other is a behind a well-known open source product used by million of users around the word.


Speakers
avatar for Roger Essoh

Roger Essoh

Chief Strategy Officer, SAAKAI PTE
Former Public Sector Open source Director at Atos, Roger has started to work with open source technologies in 1995 when he founded his first IT company. He joined Objectweb Consortium in 2002 to represent Atos. | Roger is an active entrepreneur and strategic advisor for various start-ups including Videolabs (the guys behind VLC), Wakanda (the first European open source full-stack development platform). He is a venture partner for a US-based funds... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 5:30pm - 5:45pm
Paris Mozilla Space

5:45pm

Open Source Software Vendor without raising capital: can it be done and how?

Open Source Software can be produced in many ways. One of them is to build a company that will lead and finance the development of the Open Source Software. Most of such companies have raised capital and are using the "Open Core" business model.
This talk aims to present the way XWiki has evolved over the last 12 years, without raising capital and without restraining it's licence, reaching 1,5 MEuros of revenues in the competitive space of collaboration and information management software, contributing year after year to all it's production as Open Source Software. The XWiki Software is now being used around the world by thousands of organizations.

We will go through the ways this was achieved, the way we were helped, the difficulties we had and the way we managed them, the lessons we learned over time and how we believe we can continue to grow in the future while staying an "Open" company.


Speakers
avatar for Ludovic Dubost

Ludovic Dubost

CEO, XWiki SAS
Ludovic Dubost is the Founder and CEO of the XWiki SAS. After finishing his studies at Ecole Polytechnique and Telecom Paris, he began his career as a software architect at Netscape Communications Europe. He joined NetValue as CTO, where he worked until 2004 when it was purchased by Nielsen / NetRatings, this leading to the launch of XWiki in 2004. Since then Ludovic has been hard at work development XWiki into a competitive Open Source company... Read More →


Wednesday September 21, 2016 5:45pm - 6:00pm
Paris Mozilla Space

6:00pm

6:30pm

Free Beer Party
Wednesday September 21, 2016 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space
 
Thursday, September 22
 

9:00am

Coffee Break
Thursday September 22, 2016 9:00am - 9:30am
Paris Mozilla Space

9:30am

OSAi Initiative Presentation and Outlook
New Session this year with presentations related to open and compliant digital solutions for people with physical or cognitive difficulties. This session is linked to the recently established OW2 Open Source Accessibility initiative (OSAi) aiming at providing a neutral forum to identify, discuss, develop and integrate quality open source solutions for Accessibility.

The recent OW2 OSAi initiative is fostering collaboration within seven domains, identified by the seven initial participants. La Poste, DINSIC, Worldline, Smile, Océane consulting, Atalan and Orange are sharing open source tools and best practices to offer all citizens an easier access to information and web services. For all organizations addressing a large audience today, this is not only an HR concern, to hold aging employees in place. There is a clear business justification in such an initiative, as the information systems are now open to more and more partners and to more and more customers.  



Speakers
avatar for Christian Paterson

Christian Paterson

Director, Orange
 A dynamic technology leader, working with Open Source to drive innovation, enhance user experience and deliver cost benefits within the telco industry. With many years international experience, I excel at the boundary between business and IT, leveraging a creative yet pragmatic approach to IT transformation and management.


Thursday September 22, 2016 9:30am - 9:45am
Paris Mozilla Space

9:45am

Boosted Framework for Web Accessible and Responsive Websites

Training developer to accessibility is not enough; they need ready-to-use tools.

Responsive Design has been the trigger for many web sites refactoring that gave opportunity for accessibility improvement. By the end of 2014 we compared the major market solutions and Bootstrap appeared to be the best. They benefited from a really big support community, a robust and functional framework, open source and of course with a quite good accessibility level. So we decided to use this framework. We studied how to make its accessibility even better and submitted our improvements to the community. That was a good starting point but not enough, we’ve also got some Orange specific components, our brand is not blue and we want to share our work easily with everybody. That’s why we created an open source fork of Bootstrap, called Boosted, providing the best from native Bootstrap and adding up the Orange Brand, some specific components, and an even higher accessibility level.



Speakers
avatar for Loïc Laussel

Loïc Laussel

Accessibility Expert, Orange
I'm working as a web developer at Orange since eight years. After three years at Orange.fr portal, I’ve joined the Accessibility Expert team. Since five years, I'm doing my best to infuse accessibility best practices to projects, by providing tools and also training developers. I appreciate searching new solutions, trying new languages, and if there is no solution that means there is no problem.


Thursday September 22, 2016 9:45am - 10:00am
Paris Mozilla Space

10:00am

AcceDe Web, a Guide for Accessibility Web Projects
The AcceDe Web set of guides is offering best practices to all the key project stakeholders, including web developers and graphic designers. These documents are based on the experience of a range of seasoned professionals representing web agencies, corporate companies, public agencies and associations. They provide project teams with practical step by step instructions, and project managers with useful project management tools.

Speakers
avatar for David Monnehay

David Monnehay

E-accessibility consultant, Atalan
Before joining Atalan’s team in 2015, David has spent more than 15 years working in the web industry. Starting as a front end developer, he became a project manager working on private and public corporate websites as on e-commerce websites. | After several years as the CTO of an e-commerce based company, he went back working for web agencies position himself as... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 10:00am - 10:15am
Paris Mozilla Space

10:15am

Main Actions to improve Accessibility in Open Source Projects
Open source accessibility technologies can serve people inclusion. They can generate new links between employees, partners or individuals with visual or hearing impairments. But traditional projects are managed from a technical angle, trying to deal with a form of disability or another. This is a frequent error, as organisational challenges have to be addressed in the first place. Let's check some tangible actions and methodologies that could be used in the ongoing OSAi open source accessible projects.

Speakers
avatar for Armony ALTINIER

Armony ALTINIER

CEO & Consultant, Koena
Armony ALTINIER is a consultant and a Web Accessibility engineer since 2007, as well as a Free software activist. She has helped a lot of clients implementing a strategy to enhance accessibility in their organization, and will share her experience during this talk. The key concept: Human first, technics comes afterwards.


Thursday September 22, 2016 10:15am - 10:30am
Paris Mozilla Space

10:30am

Coffee Break
Time to stretch your legs, network with your peers and check out the available demos.

Thursday September 22, 2016 10:30am - 11:00am
Paris Mozilla Space

11:00am

WebLab Smart Data Analytics Platform

WebLab is a smart data analytics software platform that allows the processing of multimedia documents to quickly extract valuable information.  WebLab processes text, audio, image and video contents. It can analyse internal reports, websites, social networks but also classified information, TV or radios, etc. It uses technologies such as social media analysis, speech-to-text, translation, semantic analysis, image analysis, geo-reference extractions, data visualization, knowledge management, and so on.

The presentation will focus on the recent developments made around the WebLab platform and its use in the context of Airbus Defence and Space. In particular, we will illustrate how WebLab can process information coming from social networks and combine this with other information such as satellite images to provide valuable inputs to analysts in charge of following migrants coming from Syria to Europe.


Speakers
avatar for Stephan Brunessaux

Stephan Brunessaux

Senior Expert Data Analytics, Airbus Defence and Space
Stéphan is currently Senior Expert Data Analytics within Airbus Defence and Space in Elancourt. As during the past 25 years, his drivers have always been information technologies and innovation for the benefit of the business. Stéphan has been successful in creating a team mixing software engineers and PhD students all specialists of media mining and information fusion with the same objective to develop disruptive approaches for the benefit... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 11:00am - 11:15am
Paris Mozilla Space

11:15am

Automatizing SpagoBI

Installing and deploying an application can be messy and may result in time lost, unexpected results and, finally, discarding the application itself. A valid solution for this could be providing different automitizing techniques, and publish the application on the most popular marketplaces of cloud services providers at the same time. In this spech I will present the experience we gained and the route for future enhancements for the SpagoBI suite in order to make its adoption easier and increase its visibility, exploting well known automation tools (Docker, Chef, Juju) and cloud facilities.



Speakers
avatar for Davide Zerbetto

Davide Zerbetto

SpagoBI Consultant, SpagoBI Labs
I'm an IT Solution Architect. I contributed to SpagoBI development, mainly dealing with the development of new functionalities and the integration of new components. I also provided contributors and final users with assistance and support services concerning technical aspects of the platform. I also carried out training activities on SpagoBI installation and usage.


Thursday September 22, 2016 11:15am - 11:30am
Paris Mozilla Space

11:30am

CHOReVOLUTION Project to Facilitate Cross-Organization Service Integration
From Code to Product, the CHOReVOLUTION Studio is addressing scalable IoT/IoS applications based on choreography modelling, synthesis, adaptation, service bus, security, and cloud. It aims at integrating as much as possible existing web services to create new innovative solutions. The first applications being developed are in the Intelligent Transportation Systems and Smart Tourism domains, with benefits in terms of time-to-market, agility, dynamism and cross-organization coordination. The CHOReVOLUTION software are published under an open source licence and made publicly available through the OW2 community.

Speakers
avatar for Sebastien Keller

Sebastien Keller

R&D Manager, Thales Communications & Security
Dr. Sébastien Keller received his PhD in Electrical engineering in 1997 from University of Nancy, France. He has more than 15 years of experience in computer science at Thales Group where he worked as Software Project Leader, System Architect and System Integration Leader on several projects like SGEA (Electronic Warfare System for the French Land Forces), FAST (Platform to digitalise information in the French administration), SIV (new... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 11:30am - 11:45am
Paris Mozilla Space

11:45am

SeedStack - The Lean Development Stack

SeedStack is an enterprise application development environment designed for Open Source and using worldwide standards.
SeedStack is a high productivity end-to-end tool that encompasses all the application layers: business, persistence, security, Application Program Interface connection, web-friendly interfaces with ready to use open source standard components.

SeedStack boosts development efficiency and removes trouble and complexity of installation, by providing a ready-to-use modular environment of well-chosen components, Convention-over-Configuration, sensible defaults and opinionated APIs. Developers can then focus on their core activity: business code. Open-source software and agile development approach transform application development experience to deliver innovative business products.

SeedStack integrates standard components and provides its own high-value technologies. The result is a full-stack open environment suitable for rapid application development. While the highly modular Java framework may be compared to Spring, the choice of the technologies is more opinionated and less coupled; the web framework combines two User Interface mainstream technologies, Google AngularJs and Twitter Bootstrap. The main piece of the stack is the Business Framework which focuses on the importance of the investment and reusability of the business domain. SeedStack can be used in a large spectrum of platforms, from Cloud to command-line or common enterprise application servers.


SeedStack is used in numerous production environments in domains as manufacturing, retail, enterprise administration, human resources, trade, connected vehicle, research and development. It is reliable and highly scalable.

Speakers
avatar for Marius Matei

Marius Matei

IT Manager, PSA Group
Marius Matei is the SeedStack Program Manager. Senior software architect he contributed on various Java/web applications before building the SeedStack team and managing the enterprise software project.


Thursday September 22, 2016 11:45am - 12:00pm
Paris Mozilla Space

12:00pm

Why No One Loves Me? Using BI Techniques To Make My Business More Attractive

The most successful companies are those that can get value and knowledge out of information. We immediately think of Google, Amazon or Microsoft but even a small company has its own data and can access a variety of external information. In this speech we’ll create a use case around a family company that aims at becoming 3.0. So we’ll see how to enhance the corporate data using business intelligence techniques, but also how to use big data technologies to enrich the knowledge, getting data from open data sources, comparing company business with market researches and matching it with socials.



Speakers
avatar for Alberto Ghedin

Alberto Ghedin

Solution Architect, SpagoBI Labs
Alberto Ghedin is member of the Engineering Big Data competency centre, where he acts as big data consultant and IT architect. He also works as consultant in business intelligence projects with the open source BI suite SpagoBI. He is responsible for defining SpagoBI roadmap about big data, mobile BI and what if analytics. Alberto is co-founder of the Hadoop User Group Italy and a member of the OW2 consortium. Twitter: @AlbertoGhedo


Thursday September 22, 2016 12:00pm - 12:15pm
Paris Mozilla Space

12:15pm

LUTECE, the City of Paris CMS and Development Platform
Lutece became an OW2 project two years ago. It recently became a mature project. This java framework is used to build applications totaling more than 2 million lines of code. It features a powerful and expressive plugin system. More than 400 plugins have been developed. This presentation will explain how we manage all these components.

Speakers
avatar for Jon Jon

Jon Jon

Software Architect, Mairie de Paris
Jon graduated from Telecom Paristech in 2010. He started as an ASIC engineer. After 5 years, in 2015, he joined the city of Paris as a Software engineer to work on large open source projects. On his free time, he contributes to some open sources projects, for example the factor programming language (http://factorcode.org).


Thursday September 22, 2016 12:15pm - 12:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

12:30pm

Lunch Break
And yes attendees are invited. Today again it's free lunch as in free beer! :)

Thursday September 22, 2016 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

1:30pm

BEYOND OW2: Introducing Open Source School, the First Software Engineering School Dedicated to Open Source

In France alone, the IT industry is short of 40,000 engineers with appropriate open source skills, and over 3,000 are missing each year in the only field of open source.
This is one of the reasons why Smile decided to create a school entirely dedicated to the teaching of open source : Open Source School.
This unique school in France is divided into three mail activities :

  • First degree courses ((from Bac+3 to Bac+5)
  • In-service training
  • Occupational retraining

Come and learn about the Open Source School.


Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Châtelet

Jennifer Châtelet

Open Source School Manager, SMILE
Jennifer Châtelet joined Smile in 2006 as Head of Marketing & Communication, with the primary mission to develop the reputation of the company to external audiences including customers, press, institutions, events ... | In 2014, she changes her professionnel orientation and takes in charge the activities related to external training at Smile under the brand "Smile Training". Finally, in 2016, with a consortium of partners including the... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 1:30pm - 1:45pm
Paris Mozilla Space

1:45pm

Manage File Transfert (MFT) with WAARP R66

At Waarp, we have one goal: provide companies with a complete and scalable solution to secure their file transfers at a reasonable cost.
Our philosophy is simple: instead of buying costly licenses, prohibitive for many, we provide professional services around Waarp Platform.
That is why the majority of the platform is Free Software released under the GNU GPLv3 license.
With a team of experts, the R66 protocol has been designed to address the needs, constraints, and requirements of most public and private organizations.



Speakers
avatar for Bruno Carlin

Bruno Carlin

Chief Technical Officer, Waarp
Bruno Carlin is the principal designer of Waarp Manager. He is in charge of supporting the teams in the integration project. With a solid experience as a Project Manager, he has a functional and technical vision of the platform.


Thursday September 22, 2016 1:45pm - 2:00pm
Paris Mozilla Space

2:00pm

BlueMind: Next Gen Mail and Collaboration Solution
Blue Mind is the next generation messaging and collaborative platform. BlueMind provides a complete unified enterprise messaging and communications solution that offers a credible alternative to Exchange, Domino or Google. BlueMind is available in the cloud or on premises. It brings scalable, featured-packed and user-oriented shared messaging, calendars, address books, instant messaging and unified communication with advanced mobility, Outlook, Mac and Thunderbird connectivity. BlueMind leverages the latest technologies: offline web, services-oriented and pluggable architecture and API with the support of an extensive ecosystem of partners and resources. BlueMind is used by many companies, cities, universities and governments.

Speakers
avatar for Pierre Carlier

Pierre Carlier

COO, Blue Mind
Chief operations officer Pierre Carlier is associates and COO at BlueMind. He is a messaging solution specialist since more than 15 years. Pierre formerly co-founded with Pierre Baudracco the Aliacom / AliaSource OpenSource company, created in 1997. Pierre graduated from Ensimag Engineering School in 1996 and from Executive MBA CPA (Toulouse Business School) in 2011.


Thursday September 22, 2016 2:00pm - 2:15pm
Paris Mozilla Space

2:15pm

VideoLabs: Business Around VLC

VideoLabs is a service company around the technologies of VLC and VideoLAN.

This presentation will detail the story about VideoLabs, the subjects we are working on and the services we deliver.


Speakers
avatar for Jean-Baptiste Kempf

Jean-Baptiste Kempf

President, VideoLabs
Jean-Baptiste Kempf is the president of the VideoLAN non-profit organization and one of the lead developers of the open source VLC media player. | | Jean-Baptiste is a 33-year old French engineer and has been part of the VideoLAN community since 2005. Since then, he has worked on or lead most VideoLAN related projects, including VLC for desktop, the relicensing of libVLC, the ports to mobile operating systems, and various multimedia libraries... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 2:15pm - 2:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

2:30pm

Wakanda: the Open Soure Platform to Develop Apps

Digital transformation is now and everywhere; any business is impacted today! Digital means connected devices, IoT and Apps! How can enterprises follow this transformation and deliver quickly Digital Apps on the market? 

Wakanda is an Open Source Digital App Factory to develop and deploy Apps faster. Named Cool Vendor 2016 in Application Development by Gartner. Wakanda It is the fruit of five years of research and development in 4D’s labs. 

Come and discover Wakanda's vision, the platform and our roadmap.

Wakanda the Mobile dev platform for Digital transformation!


Speakers
avatar for Samir Salibi

Samir Salibi

CMO, WAKANDA
Samir Salibi joined Wakanda to develop its marketing activities and to listen to the needs of the market. Using his strong experience in cloud and software platforms, Samir has defined the product and market positioning strategy for the entire Wakanda product line to make it the leader in development platforms. He has furthermore personally guided the definition and the realization of the new Wakanda cloud offer, which offers customers an... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 2:30pm - 2:45pm
Paris Mozilla Space

2:45pm

OW2 Technology Council Update and Outlook
The OW2 Technology Council (TC) makes project lifecycle decisions, builds the overall technical architecture, defines technical guidelines and provides technology validation. It is run by its elected Chairman, Daniele Gagliardi, from Engineering Group, and by the OW2 CTO, Stéphane Laurière. The Council is composed of 50+ OW2 project leaders and additional hands-on open-source practitioners. This presentation will describe the overall role of the Technology Council, the main achievements carried out in 2016 and the outlook for 2016 and 2017.

Speakers
avatar for Daniele Gagliardi

Daniele Gagliardi

Software Engineer, Engineering Group
Daniele Gagliardi is a Software Engineer at Engineering Group. Before joining Spago4Q design team, he has been working for several years in the domain of Identity and Access Management, web applications design as well as development of PKI (Public Key Infrastructures) and of digital signature products. Since 2010 he has been contributing to the development of Spago4Q platform with solutions adopted within the Engineering Software Laboratories... Read More →
avatar for Stéphane Lauriere

Stéphane Lauriere

CTO, OW2
Stéphane joined OW2 as CTO in 2015. His work at OW2 focuses on the development of the OW2 Software Quality and Trustworthiness Program, the evolution of the OW2 engineering platform and the growth of the OW2 community. Prior to OW2, Stéphane took part in collaborative research projects at Inria, XWiki, and Mandriva, mainly in the fields of Linux distributions engineering, Cloud Computing and P2P semantic workspaces.


Thursday September 22, 2016 2:45pm - 3:00pm
Paris Mozilla Space

3:00pm

Coffee Break
Time to stretch your legs and network with your peers.

Thursday September 22, 2016 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

3:30pm

Open Source at the Core of Cyber Security Innovation
Our economies are digitalizing with more and more added value coming from the infrastructure. This is also true for one on the main catalyst of the digital transformation, Cyber Security. Due to this digitalization, Cyber Security is also in the middle of a paradigm shift, with many innovations developed in the Open Source communities. In this presentation, we will focus on the two most important of those innovations:
• Cognitive, contextual and behavioural technologies
• Blockchain
Those two innovations with strong Open source roots are now changing the Cyber Security landscape, but are not limited to this as they also changing the business models of several industries.

Speakers
avatar for Mathieu Poujol

Mathieu Poujol

Consultant, PAC
Mathieu is responsible for the cyber security service line at PAC. He is also in charge of all infrastructure-related markets: open source, IaaS, PaaS, middleware. He oversees the programs, manages and conducts surveys, market studies and analysis, custom research, marketing and strategic consulting for end users and technology providers in those areas. In addition, he is in charge of developing the PAC business in its related fields.


Thursday September 22, 2016 3:30pm - 3:45pm
Paris Mozilla Space

3:45pm

IDMEF, the Universal Format for Security Alerts

The constant growth of cybercrime requires that nations are organizing to unite their defense and protection. In the area of cyber-detection federation requires standardizing in two fields:
- Communications between the various tools and security solutions in order to consolidate and correlate information simply, we will call this communication “intra” Security Centers.
- Communications between different Security Centers Teams  to share information on incidents, we will call this communications “inter” Security Centers (between CSIRT).

Both recognized standards at IETF in this field are:
- IDMEF (Intrusion Detection Message Exchange Format) – RFC 4765
- IODEF (Incident Object Description Exchange Format) – RFC 5070

These two standards are still relatively new and insufficiently deployed on a market still dominated by proprietary formats.

Prelude is a SIEM (Security Information & Event Management). This is a security control tool that fully use IDMEF. Prelude collects and centralizes the company security information of to provide a central point of steering. Thanks to the analysis and correlation of logs, Prelude alerts in real time of intrusion attempts and threats on the network. Prelude offers several tools of investigation and reporting on your big data to identify the weak signals which may prefigure of advanced persistent threats (APT). Finally, Prelude has all the tools to help the operation to simplify operators’ work and risk management.

Subjects of the talk:
- Presentation of Prelude
- The IDMEF format
- How to make an IDMEF sensor in 5 minutes


Speakers
avatar for Thomas Andrejak

Thomas Andrejak

Technical Manager of Prelude, Communication & Systems
Thomas Andrejak is the product technical manager of Prelude, the SIEM solution made by CS (Communication & Systems). | CS is very implicated in the domain of cycbersecurity, with more than 80 security experts. | | Thomas Andrejak is an expert in security monitoring. He puts his experience into large security projects and frequently participates in conferences about this theme. | | Active for more than 10 years in the domain, he works... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 3:45pm - 4:00pm
Paris Mozilla Space

4:00pm

One Year Solving Infrastructure Management with FusionDirectory and OpenLDAP
Today the world of infrastructure moves. the advent of cloud, Infrastructure on demand, SAS mode are innovative concepts requiring a change in our methods. But what about managing these platforms, security, systems and users. The infrastructure is not necessarily internal anymore, establishing a workflow has become indispensable. The Daily operations by less skilled people and the delegation of operations. At this conference we will see on concrete cases and details how FusionDirectory daily support to solve these problems thanks to its modularity, its API, and webservices.

Speakers
avatar for Benoit Mortier

Benoit Mortier

ceo, OpenSides
Benoit Mortier is the Director of OpenSides a Free software Company Based in Belgium founded in 2001. He contracted the free software virus working in computer stores and this will never leave him. It is a Free Software activist, fighting against software patents and giving many lectures during events dedicated to Free Software. Co-Chairman of the System Administration track at Libre sofware meetings from 2007 was 2013. He has been... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 4:00pm - 4:15pm
Paris Mozilla Space

4:15pm

AuthzForce - Open Source Next-gen Access Control Framework for the Enterprise
  1. The presentation will first give an brief overview of the AuthzForce project with a bit of history, i.e. where we come from (SunXACML project), up to where we arrive today (AuthzForce Core and Server); the licensing model (Community vs Enterprise version); and the main features, mentioning the main standard implemented (XACML, i.e. OASIS standard for access control).

2. Then we will present the main concepts and standards behind Authzforce: Attribute-Based Access Control, XACML and evolution from v2.0 to v3.0.

3. We will focus on Authzforce features:
- REST API: multitenancy, XACML PAP and PDP interfaces, policy versioning, Fast Infoset support;
- Extra XACML profiles implemented: REST, Hierarchical RBAC, Multiple Decision profile, etc.
- Extensibility (PDP extensions)
- Code to Product: quality & assurance testing, continuous integration, standards conformance testing, Docker and Ubuntu (.deb) packaging, etc.
- Comparison to open source alternatives (e.g. WSO2 Balana, OpenAZ)

3. Authzforce use cases:
- Thales internal projects
- Collaborative projects (French/European): OpenCloudware, FIWARE, AU2EU, 5G-Ensure (IoT), etc.

4. Roadmap (What is missing)
- Administration dashboard
- JSON support
- More data storage options
- Performance testing (e.g. PDP clustering)
- Other unaddressed needs from Thales internal and collaborative projects
- OW2 collaboration opportunities


Speakers
avatar for Romain Ferrari

Romain Ferrari

Security Engineer, Thales
Romain Ferrari has more than five years of experience in the IT/Cloud development and Security domains. He started his career as Development Engineer at the Thales Innovation Lab (Theresis). He is currently a Cyber Security Engineer at Theresis, works on topics related to cloud computing and security, infrastructure management and software development.He has worked in several cloud-related projects such as OpenCloudWare, EASI-CLOUDS, CloudWatt... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 4:15pm - 4:30pm
Paris Mozilla Space

4:30pm

The Zero Knowledge Economy

You've probably heard the phrase "If a Service is Free, You Are the Product".

While there are exceptions, it's definitely the norm when it comes to web services.
Our interactions with online portals expose a wealth of personal information.
When such services become compromised, the exposure of that information can have far reaching consequences for their users.
The damage to a company's reputation is often irreversable, and at the very least such events put marketing departments on the defensive.

Yet, few who are in a position to attract attention have been immune to attacks. Well-intentioned employees get manipulated, and customer details get exposed.
With each high profile data leak, it becomes more apparent that the only way to keep private information secret is to ensure that it remains inaccessible even to yourself.

At XWiki we've been developing systems which use cryptography and distributed computing to offer real time collaboration systems which keep the server oblivious of the contents of a session's contents.
Zero Knowledge systems protect not just your customers, but your reputation.

This talk will focus on how an organization can use such systems, and keep its information safe, even from itself.



Speakers
avatar for Aaron MacSween

Aaron MacSween

Research Engineer, XWiki SAS
Aaron MacSween is a Research Engineer at XWiki SAS, in Paris, France, where he develops technologies for Collaborative Real Time Editing in the browser. He studied Computer Science and Cognitive Science at the University of Toronto, devoting much of his free time to the global cjdns community. His experience with cryptography and distributed computing brought him to Maribor, Slovenia to lecture at BattleMesh v8 on the topic of "Peer to Peer IPv6... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Paris Mozilla Space

4:45pm

Q&A with the OW2 Board and Management Office and Conference Closing
Speakers
avatar for Yuri Glickman

Yuri Glickman

Head of the OSE Department, Fraunhofer FOKUS
Dr. Yuri Glickman is a project manager at Fraunhofer FOKUS. His technical and research background covers SOA, model driven software engineering, design, testing of distributed systems. He was/is actively contributing and leading technical activities in numerous European (TT-Medal, VISP, SWEB, QualiPSo, ALADDIN, ENGAGE, iCity, OCEAN, Policy Compass) and national research projects, and in research projects in collaboration with Japanese industry... Read More →
avatar for Cédric Thomas

Cédric Thomas

CEO, OW2
Cedric Thomas, is OW2 CEO. An IT industry veteran with twenty-five years of experience in strategic and marketing consulting for IT vendors and systems integrators, Cedric has masterminded the launch of the OW2 Consortium. Previously, as both an investor and a consultant with FronTier Associates, the consulting company he founded in 1997, he actively took part in three IPOs, contributed to the launch of several technology start-ups, helped... Read More →


Thursday September 22, 2016 4:45pm - 5:15pm
Paris Mozilla Space