EDF2013: Invited Talk Bastiaan Deblieck: Who remembers EDP?

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Selected talk of Bastiaan Deblieck, TenForce, Semantic Technology Business Unit Manager, at the European Data Forum 2013, 9 April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland: Who remembers EDP?

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EDF2013: Invited Talk Bastiaan Deblieck: Who remembers EDP?

  1. 1. EDP? Architectures for Data and Content Processing Bastiaan Deblieck,TenForce Business Unit Manager Semantic Technology2013 TenForce 1
  2. 2. Message IT architectures for processing, aggregating and presenting resultsfrom complex, divers content and data share common features2013 TenForce 2
  3. 3. TenForce• Founded in 2001, in Belgium• 40 people• Semantic TechnologySofware services for EC and B2B Publisher – Publishing, Knowledge Management Technology, Open Data, ...• Platform for delivering multimedia content to mobile devices• Software Product: Quality Assurance, Audits, Safety, Health, Project Management, Scrum• International customer base: Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, EC 2012 TenForce 3
  4. 4. Customers Belgium HQ, Netherlands2013 TenForce 4
  5. 5. Sem Tech Training2013 TenForce 5
  6. 6. Tsunami of Data and Content2013 TenForce 6
  7. 7. History Object Web- LinkedSGML XML Orientation services Data 2013 TenForce 7
  8. 8. Basic Architecture Data/Content Sources Processing Generic Layer Presentation Model/Schema/Voc/Taxo Corporate Feed ERP web services CRM Accounting linked data ... Generic Metadata SPARQL endpoint Store WWW Feed API LOD/dataweb Portals API Widgets Generic Visualizations Content/Data CMS Feed Store DMS emails Search2013 TenForce 8
  9. 9. Advantages• Flexibility – Modular approach – Seperation of data/content & metadata (enrichment)• Scalability – Can grow on all levels – When virtual, this is even easy 2013 TenForce 9
  10. 10. Architecture Examples2013 TenForce 10
  11. 11. Mobile Multimedia Content Newspaper Magazines Video• Multimedia Content Management + Business Processes + Integration with Telecom Platform• Payable & DRM• Mainly open source components• Mobile platform: iOS & Android• Linux, hosted, redundant• 9 months lead time• Around 10 FTE 2013 TenForce 11
  12. 12. EC Publications Office - Cellar Common Portal EU Portal EUR-Lex TED CORDIS Bookshop Common search service Index and Search Common indexes Archive Common Metadata Content Common Content Repository Long term CELLAR CELLAR Repository and preservation (CCR) (CMR) Metadata MDR/ RECORD Validation Metadata production Post-production EUROVOC Official General pub- Tendering pub- CORDIS External Production documents sources lications lications2013 TenForce 12
  13. 13. Financial Risk Management Data/Content Sources Processing Generic Layer Presentation Model/Schema/Voc/Taxo Corporate Feed ERP web services CRM Accounting linked data ... Generic Metadata SPARQL endpoint Store WWW Feed API LOD/dataweb Portals API Widgets Generic Visualizations Content/Data CMS Feed Store DMS emails Search2013 TenForce 13
  14. 14. LOD2 Data/Content Sources Processing Generic Layer Presentation Model/Schema/Voc/Taxo Corporate Feed ERP web services CRM SILK Accounting linked data ... Generic Metadata SPARQL endpoint Store WWW Feed API LOD/dataweb Portals API Widgets Generic Visualizations Content/Data CMS Feed Store DMS emails Search2013 TenForce 14
  15. 15. Open Data Support • 2013 – 2016 • Repository for Open DataExisting Open Data Portal Pan-European Data Portal ODIPP 2013 TenForce 15
  16. 16. Method2013 TenForce 16
  17. 17. Projects: Recommendations• Agile, Scrum• Information analysis and design and software architecture• Don’t forget the process• Data, data, data or content, content content – Assure internal consistency – “Match” data/content and meta data – Deal with classic problems 2013 TenForce 17
  18. 18. Projects: Recommendations• Master the metadata – Foundation for linking, connecting, aggretating, understanding – Meta data standards facilitate, but are no guarantee – Has to be of high quality 2013 TenForce 18
  19. 19. Future2013 TenForce 19
  20. 20. Hosted Services ? • LOD2 stack? • What part? • To whom?2013 TenForce 20
  21. 21. EDP?2013 TenForce 21

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