Presentations

    • Modern Software Development – How Open Source Has Changed It All
      Modern Software Development – How Open Source Has Changed It All Software is “eating” the world, and open source is “eating” the software industry. In the last ten years we have seen a dramatic transformation in how software is developed. The success of open source software and its development model is responsible for this change. No longer is the engineer who writes the most quality code the most productive. Similarly no longer is the company with the best proprietary product or platform guaranteed success. In addition, even the makeup and dynamics of open source communities are evolving at a rapid rate. In this talk I’ll describe how large technology c

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    • exhibitor - OpenShift: Code, Deploy & Manage Your Java App from Eclipse
      OpenShift: Code, Deploy & Manage Your Java App from Eclipse OpenShift is an Open Source PaaS by Red Hat that allows developers to quickly deploy applications without worrying about the underlaying server environment and server configurations. Developer are free to focus on coding instead of operation-related issues. In this talk Grant demos how simple it is to deploy web application from Eclipse to OpenShift and how to manage the whole application lifecycle from the same IDE. He will also demonstrate OpenShift's Jenkins integration to give you continuous integration features in the cloud. It's finally here! OpenShift is built on open source and here

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    • LibreOffice: The History
      LibreOffice: The History The Document Foundation and LibreOffice were born on September 28, 2010, after several months of incubation, as a fork of OpenOffice.org. The founders were amongst the leaders of the OOo community, and after 10 years under the Sun umbrella envisioned a future of independence, with a foundation based on democracy and merithocracy. LibreOffice has been based on OOo source code, and has attracted a large community of developers which is today the third largest for an open source desktop application. Today,

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    • Building Scalable, High-Performance API Mashups with ql.io and Node
      Building Scalable, High-Performance API Mashups with ql.io and Node 

In this talk we will explore the underpinnings of ql.io and how Node.js powers this next generation system. We will look into how to query multiple HTTP API data sources simply and efficiently, and explore how the service can be deployed on your own systems to handle raw mashups of your own and external data, all while decreasing overall bandwidth usage, network roundtrips, and increasing product reliability.

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    • Beyond PHP: it's not (just) about the code
      Beyond PHP: it’s not (just) about the code Most PHP developers focus on writing code. But creating Web applications is about much more than just writing PHP. Take a step outside the PHP cocoon and into the big PHP ecosphere to find out how small code changes can make a world of difference on servers and network. This talk is an eye-opener for developers who spend over 80% of their time coding, debugging and testing.

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    • Caching & Tuning for High Scalability
      Caching & Tuning for High Scalability Caching has been a 'hot' topic for a few years. But caching takes more than merely taking data and putting it in a cache: the right caching techniques can improve performance and reduce load significantly. But we'll also look at some major pitfalls, showing that caching the wrong way can bring down your site. If you're looking for a clear explanation about various caching techniques and tools like Memcached, Nginx and Varnish, as well as ways to deploy them in an efficient way, this talk is for you.

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    • Building a Test/Development Cloud
      Building a Test/Development Cloud Building a Test/Development Cloud is one of the easiest way and highest return on value for a low level of investment. We'll examine the benefits of setting up a test/development cloud and then work through the process using Apache CloudStack.

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    • Open source, not open to attack
      Open source, not open to attack Security remains the most frequently cited cause for concern by businesses that are considering hosting open source code bases in the cloud. This presentation, given by two-time POSSCON presenter, Chris Hinkley, will reveal the current threats facing open source code bases and demonstrate how an intelligent security model can strengthen our affinity for open source code as well as our comfort level with the cloud in general. Mr. Hinkley will provide a live demonstration of how an actual attack takes place in the cloud and how to stop it before it becomes successful.

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    • exhibitor - Inner-Sourcing: Using Open Source Methods in Corporate IT
      Inner-Sourcing: Using Open Source Methods in Corporate IT Thanks to shifting consumer and customer demands, technology trends, resource constraints, and stiff competition, corporate IT organizations must find faster, more agile and efficient software development processes. To address this, many IT groups are looking to open source community-style collaborative development processes, or what Tim O'Reilly called "inner-sourcing." But what is inner-sourcing, exactly? And how can the open source community's rapid pace of innovation (as demonstrated by mobile, cloud, big data, etc.) be translated to a corporate IT organization?

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    • How to Teach STEM in Schools
      How to Teach STEM in Schools We all agree that the skills inherent in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are among the most important for our students as a nation. But teachers are overworked as it is, how do we expect an already over stretched resource to learn new technology, create materials around the new technology and then teach the technology all without additional positive incentive? Lindsay Craig will be talking about his experiences teaching and supporting technology educators all over the nation as well as how to push existing technologies down to younger and younger populations.

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    • Open Source and Licenses: The Basics
      Open Source and Licenses: The Basics Free Software and Open Source can be a complex topic, what with all the various types of licenses and governance models. In this session, Jim will simplify what Free Software and Open Source is down to their main essentials giving you a better understanding behind this powerful and influential topic.

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    • Practical Guide to Understanding and Using Debian
      Practical Guide to Understanding and Using Debian The Debian distribution is assembled and maintained by volunteers around the world who for nearly 20 years have made common cause to deliver a free operating system. Many features of modern Linux distributions appeared first in Debian over the years, and Debian's technical design, quality, and strong commitment to freedom have made it both a popular choice for many users, and the upstream source of technology for derivative distributions such as Ubuntu. This talk will help you understand more about Debian, from what motivates Debian developers to practical details like where to find the software, how to successfully navigate your first installation, and hints and tricks for customizing and maintaining your system.

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    • MySQL Update
      MySQL Update MySQL's new 5.6 version has many new features that will impact your systems. This session is an overview of items like on-line ALTER TABLE, Global Transaction IDs, the new Performance Schema, and changes in the optimizer. MySQL is the ubiquitous data store for web projects and these new features will have impact on your projects. This session is for all levels of those using MySQL who wish to learn how to exploit the new features in MySQL 5.6.

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    • Operations in the Cloud
      Operations in the Cloud Join us for a feature-packed look at the cloud. We'll start with a brief overview of what the cloud does and what it does and doesn't mean. Then we'll show you how to achieve high availability, follow best practices, and use multidisciplinary teams to improve engineering for all of your customers.

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    • Implementation of OpenEMR in a Paper Primary Care Office
      Implementation of OpenEMR in a Paper Primary Care Office Historically, implementation of electronic health records in medical offices have been problematic. Implementation of EHRs in the small physician office remains poorly documented and this contributes to this failure rate. To address this need, the OpenEMR Non-Profit developed an internship experience with the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Health Epidemiology at Oregon Health and Science University to develop a road map for converting a small physician's office that is still using paper records to OpenEMR, an open source electronic health record, while using open source tools to implement and document the transformation.

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    • Drupal in a Nutshell: Content, Community, Commerce
      Drupal in a Nutshell: Content, Community, Commerce In this session, long-time contributor Ryan Szrama will offer an overview of the Drupal community and code with an update on the state of development for the forthcoming Drupal 8 release. Find out what makes Drupal special (hint: it's the people) and why governments, international brands, and other organizations are choosing Drupal time after time to unify the management of their online content, community, and commerce.

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    • Metaprogramming: Clojure vs. Ruby
      Metaprogramming: Clojure vs. Ruby Many modern languages are praised for the power and flexibility of their metaprogramming features. We will analyze in detail several prominent real-life examples of metaprogramming in Clojure and Ruby and try to argue that metaprogramming in Clojure can be simpler, safer, and easier to reason about than in Ruby.

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    • Case Study: SC Labs building Linux labs in the SC Lowcountry
      Case Study: SC Labs building Linux labs in the SC Lowcountry SC Labs builds computer labs for adult education and general use in the Lowcountry powered by open source software. This talk will discuss the benefits of Edubuntu and LTSP in a learning environment and how these labs improve the local community.

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    • Intro to FreeNAS 8.3

      Dru Lavigne

      Intro to FreeNAS 8.3 FreeNAS is an embedded open source network attached storage (NAS) system based on FreeBSD and released under a BSD license. After attending this hands-on tutorial, attendees will be familiar with FreeNAS’ capabilities, administrative interface, and configuration workflow. Attendees will be able to configure sharing based on their network’s needs, backup their data, troubleshoot their NAS system, and install additional software. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop with virtual software already installed (e.g. vmware or virtualbox) so that they can install and configure their own FreeNAS system.

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    • From Crash to Testcase: a Debugging Primer
      From Crash to Testcase: a Debugging Primer Your server crashed? Staring at lots of data in the error log but not sure how to go about it? Roel, QA Lead at Percona (and previously a Senior QA Engineer at Oracle), teaches you how to go from crash to testcase. Join this information-packed session on how to make sure that you know what to do the next time your server crashes.

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    • Open Source Video & Kaltura
      Open Source Video & Kaltura A two hour window to the world of open source media management. We'll install Kaltura CE, learn how to deploy cross-platform playback applications and extend Kaltura via its robust API.

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    • HSSC Case Study: Linux Administration Tips and Tricks
      HSSC Case Study: Linux Administration Tips and Tricks Adrian is allocated just eight hours a week to perform the role of Senior Linux Administrator for Health Sciences South Carolina (HSSC). This group is producing biomedical informatics solutions for the state of South Carolina. During this talk, Adrian will share tips and tricks he has learned to manage the fleet of HSSC systems, while addressing the demands of its staff and users, and keeping within the time demands of a very hectic life.

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    • Best Practices for MySQL Scalability
      Best Practices for MySQL Scalability Proper indexing is a key ingredient of database performance and MySQL is no exception. In this session we will talk about how MySQL uses indexes for query execution, how to come up with an optimal index strategy, how to decide when you need to add an index, and how to discover indexes which are not needed.

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    • Open Sourcing Hardware with GitHub
      Open Sourcing Hardware with GitHub When hardware is made open source by releasing the source to the world, the work is only half done. Active open source projects thrive on engaging the community to fix bugs, add features, and advance the technology collaboratively. It has never been easier for open source hardware projects as platforms designed for software like GitHub make working with the community easier for everyone. This session details some of the challenges faced and techniques employed by SparkFun Electronics as we've activated our trove of open source hardware products by connecting electrical engineers to the tinkering masses.

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    • KVM (Kernel Virtual Machine): A Full Virtualization Solution for Linux
      KVM (Kernel Virtual Machine): A Full Virtualization Solution for Linux This talk will start with an intro to KVM then will move to a focus on mixed-source environments - using Linux to relieve some of the pain of managing the Windows systems that we just can't get away from. KVM (for Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a full virtualization solution for Linux on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). Using KVM, one can run multiple virtual machines running unmodified Linux or Windows images. Each virtual machine has private virtualized hardware: a network card, disk, graphics adapter, etc. Attendees will learn how to set up KVM, and install and manage virtual machines (Windows, Linux, or "other") under Ubuntu.

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    • Disruptive Technologies Watch - Software Defined Networking - What is the hype all about?
      Disruptive Technologies Watch - Software Defined Networking - What is the hype all about? Software Defined Networking (SDN) is putting a new spin to the “black box” that is going to disrupt traditional datacenter management and how the network was looked at before SDN. In this presentation Sergey will describe what the SDN hype is all about, how it simplifies traditional networks, how it will change network management and managers, as well as how it applies to open source.

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    • Getting Started with Riak in the Cloud
      Getting Started with Riak in the Cloud Riak is an open source, highly scalable, and fault-tolerant distributed database. Its high availability features in particular make Riak an ideal fit for cloud environments where any of your resources may disappear without notice but your database must continue to serve requests. This talk will introduce you to Riak’s use cases and overall architecture. We’ll also cover what you need to know to run Riak in the cloud and how it differs from a traditional hardware installation.

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    • Is
      Is “Open” Still Enough? Reacting to new threats and old prejudices Times change and the new mobile computing world and closed app markets give end users an incredibly alluring world of simplicity - a world that is built on lock-in, afford-ability and making the user the product. Mozilla, amongst others, is battling this change by offering a truly open alternative called Firefox OS. In this keynote Chris Heilmann will show how open can still win the minds and hearts of the main market and what we as an open source community can do to avoid the future to be behind shiny and yet sturdy bars and locks.

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    • Filesystems of Now and the Future
      Filesystems of Now and the Future Why are filesystems important? What will the next generation of Linux filesystems offer and how will that benefit system administrators and the rest of us? This talk will be presented by Ted T'so, the maintainer of the ext4 filesystem in the Linux kernel.

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    • Javascript: The Language Every Developer Should Know
      Javascript: The Language Every Developer Should Know The application landscape is shifting from desktops and laptops to tablets and phones. The trend is moving at a record pace, and the demand for all applications to work everywhere is growing as well. Currently, to craft applications in the various types of platforms, you have a host of languages and technologies that you need to learn. In the last few years, JavaScript has moved from a script language to a full featured language that can pretty much do anything and run anywhere.

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    • Open Source Is Everywhere in Modern IT
      Open Source Is Everywhere in Modern IT 

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    • How Open Source Helped Win the 2012 Election
      How Open Source Helped Win the 2012 Election 

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    • ZFS on Linux:  Copyright & Licensing Issues
      ZFS on Linux: Copyright & Licensing Issues ZFS on Linux is one project which causes software that is CDDL-licensed (the ZFS file system) to interact with software that is GPL-licensed (Linux kernel). Using ZFS on Linux as a case study, we’ll examine what ZFS is, why ZFS is important, and why ZFS on Linux is important. We’ll also look at the particular restrictive aspects of each license that create the perceived incompatibility, and examine the copyright law underpinnings to better understand how the license terms might actually be applied.

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    • exhibitor - Open Identity
      Open Identity The Open Identity Stack includes OpenAM for access management, OpenDJ for directory services, and OpenIDM for user administration and provisioning. Our 100% Java architecture is designed from the ground up as a unified, modular system accessible through REST APIs, making it easier to implement and manage your deployment.

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    • Extending Django
      Extending Django The widely-used Python-powered Django web framework is known for its host of features that accelerate web application development. We'll take a look at what a typical Django build environment looks like, and explore some of Django's lesser-known offerings, such as middleware, custom fields, management commands, and cache backends, that make it easy to extend and enhance your Django projects.

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    • exhibitor - Mobilize Your MongoDB: Deploying iPhone & Android Apps in the Cloud
      Mobilize Your MongoDB: Deploying iPhone & Android Apps in the Cloud Join us for a technical how-to session on how to develop iPhone and Android apps with MongoDB backends for the cloud. Let's skip having to learn three different languages and jumpstart the development process using what you already know. We'll utilize Appcelerator's Titanium IDE to create a native mobile application targeting multiple mobile platforms. Next, we'll deploy our app to the cloud and explore a few tips and tricks for managing the MongoDB backend. Finally we'll pull out our smartphones and bask in the awesomeness of our apps! Nothing complicated, nothing convoluted. Just straight ahead mobile development goodness with MongoDB.

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    • The Basics of Navigating FLOSS Licenses
      The Basics of Navigating FLOSS Licenses Free, Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) is primarily defined by the permissions that you get under copyright when you receive distribution of FLOSS. The manner these rights are passed to you is called a copyright license. In FLOSS, these copyright licenses give you broad permissions to copy, share, modify and redistribute the software. This talk will cover the different licenses for those new to the area of FLOSS licensing, and will even include some interesting tidbits for veterans of Free Software.

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    • Learn to Solder with Simon
      Learn to Solder with Simon If you’ve never soldered before, this is the class for you! SparkFun Electronics has been teaching soldering a lot over the past few years - the Simon PTH kit is a combination of everything we’ve learned. This course teaches through-hole soldering and is recommended for the true beginner. This will be a hands-on class where the students learn techniques to help them solder through-hole components. Soldering can be daunting for the first solder joint, then the 2nd solder joint is not so bad, and by the time you’ve assembled the Simon game, you will be quite confident and proficient in basic soldering skills. There is a minimum age requirement of 8 years old, but other than that, anyone is encouraged to sign up. We teach people all the time with no previous soldering experience! Note: This workshop requires separate $10 registration which includes the cost of the Simon Kit that you can take home with you afterwards. Register early to reserve your seat as capacity is limited!

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    • Empowering Android Applications: Leveraging Web Services to Access Legacy Systems
      Empowering Android Applications: Leveraging Web Services to Access Legacy Systems The Empowering Android Applications presentation will demonstrate the unique capability of Android applications to successfully integrate with existing legacy systems. Integration is accomplished by wrapping legacy systems with web services and ultimately, accessing the services via the custom designed web services stack for native Android applications. By leveraging the native Android application’s use of web services, entities can now capitalize on the inherent benefits of SOA, including but not limited to security and transactional support.

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    • Arduino Programming with Simon
      Arduino Programming with Simon So you (or your students!) soldered together the Simon game from SparkFun Electronics. It was easy, it was fun and you learned how to solder. Now you're wondering what's next. Using just an FTDI and the Simon games, you can learn the basics of programming necessary to program microcontrollers.

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    • 30 Minutes to High Availability
      30 Minutes to High Availability To ensure the success of your business, critical applications must be available and data accessible. Application downtime or data loss is an unacceptable waste of money, time and resources. SIOS Technology Corp. will demonstrate how to protect an application against unexpected mayhem. This will be an on-the-fly demo of how to create and deploy protection for an application.Watch as we make an application highly available and simulate a real-life system failure while the application continues to work! At the end of the presentation, we will announce a new open source high availability initiative!

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    • FreedomBox
      FreedomBox FreedomBox is a personal server running a free software operating system and free applications, designed to create and preserve personal privacy by providing a secure platform upon which federated social networks can be constructed. Software for FreedomBox is being assembled by volunteer programmers around the world who believe in Free Software and Free Society, with Bdale coordinating development of a reference implementation on behalf of the non-profit FreedomBox Foundation. This session will provide an update on FreedomBox progress since Bdale's talk at POSSCON 2012.

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    • Open source and government: How are the principles of open source making an impact to create a more open and transparent government?
      Open source and government: How are the principles of open source making an impact to create a more open and transparent government? Wednesday Lunch BOF: Raleigh, NC -- An open source city. Learn how open source is influencing the open government movement in Raleigh. We'll take a brief look at policy, participation, and culture using Raleigh as a case study, then open the floor to conversation.
      Thursday Lunch BOF: How to run a CityCamp. I'll present best practices for running a CityCamp, an unconference series focused on using technology to enhance the citizen experience. You'll want to have a CityCamp in your town after this BOF.

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    • How Open Source Revolutionizes Identity
      How Open Source Revolutionizes Identity Identity is fundamentally incompatible with proprietary Identity & Access Management (IAM) models. In this presentation, I will defend this statement, and show how open source has defined a path for us to move towards ubiquitous identity. I will present the various open source milestones, products, and standards that have fundamentally changed the identity landscape. I will present ForgeRock's open source products, and show where they are positioned in the identity space. I will conclude with a discussion about how open source is changing how its perception in industry, and how the benefits of open source are quickly overshadowing the often exaggerated challenges.

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    • We the People: Open Source, Open Data
      We the People: Open Source, Open Data On September 20, 2011, President Obama announced to the Open Government Partnership not only the launch of a new online tool for petitioning the U.S. Government, but also his intent that the technology itself be shared “so that any government in the world can enable its citizens to do the same.” Less than one year later, that promise was fulfilled when the source code for this tool: We The People, was published to GitHub under the GNU General Public License, and we haven’t looked back since

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    • Securing & Personalizing Commerce Through Identity Data Mining
      Securing & Personalizing Commerce Through Identity Data Mining As a payment is processed, it becomes incredibly important to not only understand who a person is, but also to understand what their broader interests and preferences are so that personalized experiences, suggesting new content and merchandise, may be delivered on an individual level. At the end of the session, attendees will have a complete understanding of how identity and personalization data mining are quickly becoming deeply seated in the commerce world, and how they can take advantage of it.

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    • OrangeFS for Big Data and the Amazon Cloud
      OrangeFS for Big Data and the Amazon Cloud Attendees of this session will learn some of the most leading edge techniques for using OrangeFS with Hadoop for big data analytics including data aggregation. The session will also cover how to automate deployment of OrangeFS in the Cloud using Cloud Formation Templates and Cloud Init, leveraged by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the Heat project for OpenStack. In conclusion, participants will get a sneak peek at the latest OrangeFS roadmap.

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    • Rules Driven Event Frameworks Using Drools and Camel
      Rules Driven Event Frameworks Using Drools and Camel Don will discuss event driven messaging as an enterprise integration solution using the open source Apache Camel framework. When combined with the decision capabilities of the JBoss Drools framework, a messaging system becomes intelligent and agile. The ease of implementing dynamic routing of messages, event processing and event logic make Drools and Camel the ideal candidates for an event driven framework.

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    • So, We Built a Database
      So, We Built a Database TurbineDB is purpose-built from the ground up to handle high-dimensional, time-series data, and aggressively exploits optimizations that general purpose databases have to leave on the table. Join us to be among the first to know about TurbineDB, what it is, how it works, and how it can help you with your own data challenges. Additionally, we're excited to make a TurbineDB announcement that we believe will be of particular interest to POSSCON attendees!

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    • Open Source on Intel: Igniting Sparks of Innovation
      Open Source on Intel: Igniting Sparks of Innovation Intel actively contributes to a number of open-source projects that benefit the entire ecosystem-from helping to establish Linux as an indispensable operating system to advancing the development of open, standards-based cloud solutions. Intel is committed to open source and works diligently to make Intel architecture the preferred platform for innovative, open-source-based solutions. This session will provide a general introduction of open source on Intel architecture, with particular focus on the Yocto Project, Tizen Linux and the new Atom processor based low cost, open development board.

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    • Rapidly Evolving Identity & Access Management to Meet Today's B2C & Cloud Challenges
      Rapidly Evolving Identity & Access Management to Meet Today’s B2C & Cloud Challenges The world of Identity and Access Management (IAM) is growing in scope, and must change and adapt faster than ever before. CIOs are under pressure to shift from employee-centric IAM to consumer-facing IAM that drives top-line revenue. As a result, they are quickly learning that traditional enterprise IAM is not designed to solve today's web challenges (enterprise, cloud, social, mobile). The modern IAM stack needs to be reconstituted for today's challenges, and must provide robust, agile identity services that enable mission-critical applications across the web.

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      Chris WanstrathCo-Founder, GitHub

      The speaker lineup at POSSCON is world-class.

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      Matt AsaySVP, Business Development

      POSSCON turned out to be a great event. Big thanks to Jeffrey Hammond, Lee Congdon, Mark Anzani and Deb Bryant for a great AM of panel discussion

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      Deborah BryantOregon State University Open Source Lab

      Thanks to Matt Asay for moderating our panel at POSSCON. Well worth the trip to South Carolina. Great regional event.

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      Bryant PattenExecutive Direcor, National Center for Open Source and Education

      The synergy between developers, business people, and teachers makes POSSCON pretty unique, I haven't really seen this anywhere else.

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      This is like nothing you've ever seen before.  You can look at the pictures, you can watch the videos... but just like a concert, you have to be there.