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This hands on session will givbe you the opportunity to bring your bundles to the cloud with the Cloudyle open PaaS+ cloud platform for modular OSGi applications based on OpenShift .
We will show you the features of the PaaS+ platform by the classical example of a petshop application.
You will learn how to create OSGi applications on the Cloudyle PaaS+ platform and how to develop, test and deploy bundles on it. We give you an introduction in the available PaaS+ Enterprise API that can help you speeding up application development.
The sessionl will cover the following topics:
- How to create a PaaS+ OSGi application
- Adding database capabilities
- Manage your application using the OpenShift client tools
- Create OSGi bundles for PaaS+ deployment
- Deploy it on a cloud instance of Apache Karaf
- Use JPA-NoSQL Integration to provide MongoDB data storage in Karaf
- Create a basic Vaadin web application to be deployed on Karaf
- How to use the PaaS+ Enterprise APIs to easily add additional capabilities to your application like reporting, catalogs and preferences
- Learn what additional API features are available for example: Elastic Search indexing, BPM integration, user management and IDM integration
- When you bring your own notebook you can follow this hands on directly. You should have installed on your notebook Git, Ruby and Eclipse with the M2E Maven plugin.
The Cloudyle OSGi PaaS+ platform is based on research results from the TRESOR - Trusted Ecosystem for Standardized and Open cloud-based Resources – project to provide an open ecosystem for cloud applications for the health care sector . TRESOR is part of the Trusted Cloud initiative , funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.
Torsten Frank is an entrepreneur and healthcare IT expert with international experience and a strong background in product and business development. He is CEO and founder of medisite, a company that delivers highly specialized healthcare IT solutions to their customers for more than 10 years. medisite is a winner of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) “Trusted Cloud” technology competition, geared toward secure cloud computing for SMEs and the public sector. Torsten Frank holds a medical degree from the Hannover Medical School, where he also has worked for several years as a physician at the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery after completing his medical studies in Hannover, Germany and Chicago, USA.