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Tuesday, November 11
 

8:30am

Registration
Tuesday November 11, 2014 8:30am - 9:30am
Foyer

9:30am

The State of Linux - Jim Zemlin, Executive Director at The Linux Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Jim Zemlin

Jim Zemlin

Executive Director, The Linux Foundation
Zemlin’s career spans three of the largest technology trends to rise over the last decade: mobile computing, cloud computing and open source software. Today, as executive director of The Linux Foundation, he uses this experience to accelerate the adoption of Linux and support the future of computing. | | Zemlin works with the world’s largest technology companies, including IBM, Intel, Google, Samsung, Qualcomm, and others to... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 9:30am - 9:50am
Grand Ballroom

9:50am

The Secret to Customer-Driven Innovation - John Mark Walker, Open Source Ecosystems Manager at Red Hat
Open Source is a phenomenon made possible by the will of the customer and end user, leading to a world where end users collaborate directly with developers. This was not by accident: end users were able to collaborate in this way because of the establishment of the four freedoms and the resulting managed ecosystem of open source platforms. The resulting changes in development process led to open source becoming the dominant way to innovate in software. Ultimately, open source is a victory of process, governance and agility, which are at least as important as the code. But what lessons can we take away from open source domination, especially as we advance forward with new technologies? If the four freedoms drove open source development, will they play the same role in the advancement of cloud computing? 

In this talk, we will look at examples from the cloud computing world and other areas of science. Is the secret to innovation the creation of sound processes and good governance?

Speakers
avatar for John Mark Walker

John Mark Walker

Open Source Ecosystems Leader, Red Hat, Inc
John Mark is the ManageIQ Community Leader. For three years prior to his ManageIQ role, he was the Gluster Community Leader and is a long-time Open Source community advocate and strategist.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 9:50am - 10:10am
Grand Ballroom

10:10am

The Last Year in Kernel Development - Greg Kroah-Hartman, Fellow at The Linux Foundation
Kernel maintainer and Linux Foundation Fellow Greg Kroah-Hartman provides an update on the latest kernel release and expectations for the rest of 2014 and beyond.

Speakers
avatar for Greg Kroah-Hartman

Greg Kroah-Hartman

Fellow, Linux Foundation
Biography coming soon.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 10:10am - 10:30am
Grand Ballroom

10:30am

Break
Tuesday November 11, 2014 10:30am - 11:00am
Foyer

11:00am

Cocos2D - Dong-gyu Park, Changwon National University
Cocos2d is a well known open source software framework on game industry. It is is a 2D game framework built upon the OpenGL ES API’s.

In this session, I will talk about a hierarchical structures of an Cocos2d node and scenes. Also Cocos2d Graphic User Interface, Physical System, Audio, Particle System and Scene Transition technique will be shown. Finally this session will show various branches of Cocos2d open source projects including Cocos2d-x, Cocos2d-Swift, Cocos2d-html5, and Cocos2d-xna.



Speakers
avatar for DongGyu PARK

DongGyu PARK

Associate Professor, Department of Information and Communications Engineering, Changwon National University
DongGyu PARK is an Associate Professor in Department of an Information and Communications Engineering, Changwon National University. | His research interests are mobile based context-aware Augmentative and Alternative Communication(AAC) systems, mobile contents and game development. He also developed several iOS and Android applications and distributed the contents on App Store and Google Play markets, and teaches Cocos2d and Unity based game... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Kumkang 3 & 4

11:00am

GCMA: Guaranteed Contiguous Memory Allocator - SeongJae Park, Seoul National University & Minchan Kim, LG
Lots of embedded system require physically contiguous memory buffer. But dynamic allocation for big contiguous memory is very fragile by memory fragmentation. So, drivers used to reserve contiguous memory in boot time and use it when it needs. But, it caused memory inefficiency because the area will be used by the driver only. CMA(Contiguous Memory Allocator) came to solve it by Linux 3.5. It reserves contiguous memory for driver and allows to use for only movable pages(ex, memory for user process). When driver needs it, VM migrates movable pages into somewhere to make free contiguous area so finally driver can consume that area in runtime. But it can fail by several reasons. As a result, CMA can't guarantee high success rate of allocation and latency estimation. This presentation proposes new contiguous memory allocator which solves those problem and share it's evaluation result.

This presentation will help other kernel developers to understand contiguous memory allocation issue very well and how it can be solved. Furthermore, during presentation we could discuss about our proposal and could make more enhanced proposal by the discussion. The discussion and enhanced proposal may help our proposal be merged to upstream kernel or at least could make other try.  

Speakers
MK

Minchan Kim

Kernel Engineer, LG
Minchan is kernel engineer at LG electronics and has involved with community for a long time. Currently, he is maintainer of zRAM and zsmalloc and is tackling with other mm feature to help small memory system. | He will talk about background and concept of GCMA.
avatar for SeongJae Park

SeongJae Park

Seoul National University
SeongJae Park is a graduate student at Seoul National University in South Korea. He is hacking the Linux kernel and contributing some result from those hacks to Linux community just for fun in full time with supporting from Korea government's f/oss programmer support program, 'Global Open Frontier Lab'. As a part of the project, He is now developing 'Guaranteed Contiguous Memory Allocator ' with his mentor, Minchan Kim. He will talk about... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Grand Ballroom

11:00am

The Future of Open Source Copyright and Patent Strategy - Shane Coughlan, OIN
The success of Open Source has lead to a refinement in the way companies approach “IPR” strategy. This goes beyond weighing individual Copyright licenses or Patent grants: today the Linux eco-system has a record number of contributors and maintains the largest patent cross-license community in the world. We are observing the emergence of a social movement characterised by co-opetition - simultaneous competition and cooperation - where companies compete on products but collaborate on platforms. This “Smart Innovation” is characterised by a system of more efficient investment and it has ramifications for how companies determine business and legal priorities. This talk unpacks what is happening, explains how everything is connected, and discusses where we are going next.

Speakers
avatar for Shane Coughlan

Shane Coughlan

VP, Global Business Development, Insignary
Shane Coughlan is an expert in communication, security and business development. He is well known for building bridges between commercial and non-commercial stakeholders in the technology sector. His professional accomplishments include establishing a legal department for the primary NGO promoting Free Software in Europe, building a professional network of over 270 legal counsel and technical experts across 4 continents, and launching the first... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Kumkang 1 & 2

11:00am

Optimizing EFL: All You Must Know on Boosting CPU, Memory and Battery Usage Performance - Cedric Bail, Samsung
The Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL) are a set of libraries that form a desktop class toolkit designed for the embedded world. A lot of optimization techniques have been developed over the past few years to
ensure optimum performance under most h/w conditions. This talk will discuss the various benchmarking methods used in EFL with hands-on demos for some of them, and it will provide an overview of how to identify what can still be optimized for your specific hardware. Throughout the talk, we will review most of the classic cases of how to maximize frame rate with a low CPU, memory and battery usage, and how to push them further. We will also cover Linux specific optimizations for the time-to-first-frame and reduced memory usage. If you are looking to learn how to get the maximum of your hardware to have great UI and a lot of technical freedom, this talk is for you!

Speakers
CB

Cedric Bail

Senior Open Source Developer, Samsung Open Source Group
Cedric Bail is a computer science engineer and a long time contributor to the Enlightenment project. He currently works for the Samsung Open Source Group and has worked in R&D for French telecommunications operators in the past. He has been involved in several Free and/or Open Source project over the past 15 years and has been deeply involved in the French Enlightenment community. He is an experienced C developer, and is behind many EFL... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Sorak 1 & 2

12:00pm

Web engine aware performance optimization of HTML5 games for mobile devices - Sang Seok Lim, SK Planet
From the viewpoint of service companies, two major benefits of developing a game based on HTML5 is one source multi-use (Android and iOS) and no need to update a native application which embeds the game through WebView widgets. Updating native applications via application stores is quite burdensome since it degrades user’s satisfaction and hurts the proliferation of service upgrade patches. Even though its benefit is quite attractive, seriously commercializing HTML5 games have been hindered by severe fragmentations of HTML5 features and performance across mobile devices. In this presentation, we introduce various performance optimization techniques including canvas element manipulation, DOM/canvas hybrid object layering, GPU acceleration, image manipulation, and garbage collector tweaking. By combining all these techniques, OK Cashbag arcade service was commercially launched on September 12.

Speakers
SS

Sang Seok Lim

SK planet
Sang Seok is the director of the Web technology development team of SK planet. He is in charge of developing various HTML5 based solutions including games, GPU-accelerated Web UI framework, hybrid Web applications and etc. As a SW engineer, he has been in the Web-related industry more than 10 years, starting from Mozilla Gecko and Webkit-engine based mobile browsers, Web engine-internal restructuring for performance optimization, GPU... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Kumkang 3 & 4

12:00pm

Linux and Law Enforcement: Challenges and Opportunities - Joshua James, SoonChunHyang University
Like all technology, Linux can be used for good or evil. Cybercrime and digital forensic investigators must be able to investigate Linux-based systems that have been attacked, or have been used for criminal purposes. While hackers have adopted Linux for its power and flexibility, Law Enforcement have mixed feelings about Linux and open source projects in general. This talk will discuss how both Law Enforcement and criminals are using Linux, current perceptions of Law Enforcement toward the use of Linux and community-developed software, and legal considerations about the use of open source tools in digital investigations.

Speakers
avatar for Joshua James

Joshua James

SoonChunHyang University
Dr. Joshua I. James is a visiting professor and researcher with the Digital Forensics Investigation Research Laboratory at SoonChunHyang University. He is also currently a consulting cybercrime expert for the United Nations, focusing on the request and exchange of digital evidence between countries. Coming from a background in network security and administration, his focus is now on the formalization and automation of digital forensic... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Kumkang 1 & 2

12:00pm

Transitioning from ARM v7 to ARM v8: All the Basics You Must Know - Mario Smarduch, Samsung
As more Linux developers make the transition from ARM v7 to ARM v8, the latest 64-bit reference
architecture released by ARM, there is a need to understand the key differences between both
architectures.

This presentation will compare and contrast ARM v7 and ARM v8 and it will cover features such as
register files, instruction sets, exception model, MMU architecture, virtualization architecture and
guest options, among others. Some software examples from Linux Kernel will be illustrated.

In addition, we will provide a live demonstration on how to setup an ARM v8 emulation environment,
with Linux host and Guest kernel, which is important for hands on experience.



Speakers
MS

Mario Smarduch

Senior Virtualization Architect, Samsung
Mario Smarduch is a Senior Virtualization Architect at Samsung's Open Source Group. Currently, he's working on ARM-KVM features and optimizations for Samsung products. He's also engaged in the Linux kernel KVM open source community, contributing some key features to KVM ARMv8 and ARMv7 architectures relevant to operations and guest performance. Currently Mario is engaged in KVM enhancements for NFV LTE environment. Prior to Samsung, Mario... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Grand Ballroom

12:00pm

Porting Tizen to Odroid-U3 and Tizen Training Course for Graduate Students - Dongkun Shin, Sungkyunkwan University
Tizen is a suitable platform for training graduate students to understand and contribute to open sources. However, there are currently only two Tizen reference platforms, RD-PQ and RD-210, which are not available to the public. In order to provide a Tizen reference platform to students, we have ported Tizen 2.2 to Odroid-U3 that is one of Top 10 open single-board computers. Starting this fall semester, we open a Tizen training course for graduate students at Sungkyunkwan University. Students will learn about Tizen internal architecture, Tizen application development, Tizen platform porting and building, and how to contribute to the open source Tizen project. Furthermore, students will carry out a set of projects with Odroid-U3 Tizen platform.  Each project will add a useful feature to Tizen software platform. The ported Tizen source code will be released to the public.

Speakers
avatar for Dongkun Shin

Dongkun Shin

Professor, SKKU
Dongkun Shin is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea, since 2007. He received the PhD degree from Seoul National University, Korea, in 2004. He was a software engineer of Software Center, Samsung Electronics. His research interests include file systems, memory management, I/O subsystems, and power management. He has several papers and patents on file systems and operating systems.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Sorak 1 & 2

12:50pm

Lunch Break
Tuesday November 11, 2014 12:50pm - 2:20pm
Foyer

2:20pm

Tizen Game Development - Namho Kim and Kyoung-Bong Kang, Samsung
Tizen will be an operating system for everything and most of smart devices can be powered by Tizen. Gaming has been one of the major purposes why people use smart devices. This is why Samsung cares about gaming experience on smart devices powered by Tizen. For the purpose, it is important to provide convenient developing environment for Tizen game developers since that will eventually lead to great gaming experience on Tizen smart devices. In the session, we will tell what it is like to develop games on Tizen and also introduce our recent efforts to collaborate with major game engines.

Speakers
KK

Kyoung-Bong Kang

Samsung
Kyungbong Kang is a senior software engineer at Samsung Electronics. He is responsible for developing reference games for Samsung smart devices including mobile phone, tablet, wearable, and smart TV. He has rich experience on wide range of Samsung software platforms and is also involved in Tizen related projects.
NK

Namho Kim

Samsung Electronics
Namho Kim is a software engineer at Samsung Electronics. He is now working on Samsung Game Platform development. Since Tizen is also a part of the Samsung Game Platform, he possesses knowledge on Tizen game development.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 2:20pm - 3:10pm
Kumkang 3 & 4

2:20pm

cgroup v2 - Tejun Heo, Red Hat
Over the course of last two years, cgroup has evolved its v2 interface which is gradually being exposed. The v2 interface tries to address not only the deficiencies in the core design of cgroup but also various breakages and oddities in the specific controllers and their interactions. This talk presents the design and behaviors of the cgroup v2 interface.

Speakers
TH

Tejun Heo

Software Engineer, Facebook
Tejun has been working on various aspects of Linux kernel since 2005 and is currently maintaining percpu memory allocator, control groups, and workqueue. He currently works as a software engineer for Red Hat.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 2:20pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom

2:20pm

Web Engines Contribution Model (WebKit, Blink, Servo) - Bruno de Oliveira Abinader, Samsung & Adenilson Cavalcanti, Samsung
Being one of the most successful open source projects to date, WebKit development process consists of formalized contribution protocols to achieve committer and reviewer status. Blink follows a similar process, while having committers and scoped code owners, in a similar fashion as Linux Kernel does with its subsystem maintainers. Their open source success is due to not only solid support from major technology companies, but also to the high quality and automated testing infrastructure performed on patches before submission. In this presentation, we explain how the development process of WebKit, Blink and Servo projects are - from submitting well-tested patches with strict policies to check, get review from community, and commit upstream via commit-queue system (including early warning system bots).

Speakers
avatar for Bruno de Oliveira Abinader

Bruno de Oliveira Abinader

Senior Web R&D Engineer, Samsung Research America
Bruno is an open source enthusiast since 2005. Has experience with languages like C, C++ and Rust, among others. Has contributed to Maemo/MeeGo platforms and developed using UI toolkits like Qt and EFL. Passionate by new and creative technologies, specially when they are fit in the open source, community-oriented world.Works at Samsung Open Source Group developing web engines (Servo, Blink & WebKit) and is a member of the W3C's CSS Working... Read More →
avatar for Adenilson Cavalcanti

Adenilson Cavalcanti

Senior Web R&D Engineer, Samsung
Adenilson is a Senior Open Source Developer at Samsung Research America's Open Source Lab. With special interest for web engines, he is always looking for new ideas and opportunities to use OSS/Freesoftware in new and innovative ways. Adenilson is a WebKit and Blink committer, a W3C CSS working group member and a contributor to varied opensource projects.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 2:20pm - 3:10pm
Kumkang 1 & 2

2:20pm

Cynara: Simple Safe Security Solution - Aleksander Zdyb, Samsung
Aleksander Zdyb will introduce Cynara – a new framework, which is a result of effort to ensure high performance, scalability and manageability of security for embedded platforms and beyond. He will talk about growing requirements for mobile security and explain, why it is important for security policies to be fast and manageable.

Cynara is designed to be a core of operating system's security model. It can be used as security control point granting applications an access for services and resources. Such solution is already implemented in Tizen 3.0 – linux-based system developed by Samsung, Intel and other leading telecommunication companies along with Open Source community.

Aleksander will also review present security solutions and tell, why they don't apply for embedded systems. He will reveal technical details making the software fast, reliable and portable.

Speakers
avatar for Aleksander Zdyb

Aleksander Zdyb

Software Engineer, Samsung R&D Institute Poland
Aleksander Zdyb studied Control Engineering and Robotics at Wrocław University of Technology, Poland. He began his professional carrier as software engineer in a company producing military devices for communication, networking and security. Next, Aleksander worked for brokerage house designing and developing high-performance financial software. Currently, since September 2013, he works for Samsung R&D Institute Poland in Tizen security project... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 2:20pm - 3:10pm
Sorak 1 & 2

3:20pm

Implementing web based online multiplayer Tetris with Open Source - Jin-kwon Lee, NHN
The web's openness encourage developers to share their source codes, so the ecosystem of Javascript has been improved rapidly

In order to contribute to development of Javascript, i introduce how to implement web based online multiplayer Tetris with Open Source.

The brief summary for this content

 - Instruction for developing tetris game with only open source of javascript (from front-end to back-end)

-  Instruction for applying open source libraries, such as, WebSocket, Canvas, and WebGL.

- Sharing development experience in MongoDB(NoSQL Database) and Node.js(Server side javascript)

- Automation and optimization of front-end development

Speakers
avatar for Jin-kwon Lee

Jin-kwon Lee

NHN Technology Services
Jinkwon Lee is Front-End Developer at NHN Technology Services’s Front-End Development Department. | He's working for Front-end web technologies, also interested in all of javascript technologies.  | Recently, he is researching about Node-Webkit, MEAN Stack, Phonegap and so on. 


Tuesday November 11, 2014 3:20pm - 4:10pm
Kumkang 3 & 4

3:20pm

Customized Private Cloud Infra - Young-joo Han, Samsung
With the significant advances in virtualization technology, Cloud compuing has been a new promising paradigm delivering IT services, as Gartner highlighed cloud compuing as one of Top 10 strategic technology trends since 2010. Recently, many companies and organizations are moving to a private cloud due to security and privacy, controlability, cost, and performance issues of public cloud. In this presentation, we introduce cloud compuing trend and architecture in terms of hypervisor and Cloud OS. Also, we discuss the way to build open source based private cloud infra based on our experiences for building our private Cloud. Especially, we deal with some technologies to improve performance by reducing virtualization overhead.

Speakers
avatar for Youngjoo Han

Youngjoo Han

SW R&D Center, Samsung Electronics
Youngjoo Han is a senior engineer in SW R&D center, Samsung Electronics. Currenly he is working for developing Cloud Infrastructure and performance optimization for latency-critical services. He obtained his Ph.D. from KAIST, Korea, and his main research areas are Cloud computing and large-scale distributed systems.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 3:20pm - 4:10pm
Kumkang 1 & 2

3:20pm

VerifyFS in Btrfs Style - Lui Bo, Oracle
There are different scenarios where we need to check whether we can trust an FS
image that was handled by other untrusted parties, that means we need to have
every part of the FS unchanged. Security is indeed important at any time. So
we look forward to how to verify filesystem integrity efficiently. In this
presentation, a btrfs way to verify filesystem integrity is introduced, and the
talk will discuss the progress and the performance of the work, as well as
challenges it faces and how it addresses them.
For this session, there will be some filesystem specific contents, so for the
target audience, it will be better to have a basic knowledge base of filesystem.

Speakers
LB

Liu Bo

oracle
Liu Bo has been working on linux kernel development since late 2010. He is now working for Oracle and has given talks in both LinuxCon Japan 2012 and 2013. He has been working on filesystem field and he's now focusing on btrfs development. He helped btrfs to build up the error handling framework, per file cow/compression control and snapshot-aware defrag project and so on.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 3:20pm - 4:10pm
Grand Ballroom

3:20pm

Tizen-micro --Shape Tizen as the OS of choice for IoT - Austin Zhang, Intel
Mobile, In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI), wearable and TV have been the main
focuses of Tizen OS. However, since Tizen aims to be the OS of Everything,
there are many other segments under the name of Internet of Things (IOT) that
should not be neglected. In this presentation, we will introduce the concept
of Tizen Micro project, which targets at small footprint, multi- tasking,
headless IOT devices. Meanwhile, considering the fast innovation and
challenged development schedule, based on some initial implementation in
Tizen-micro, we also will show how to use Yocto to build Tizen-micro as base
system for IoT device in one easy and quick way.

Speakers
AZ

Austin Zhang

Intel
Austin Zhang is a software engineering manager working for the Intel Open | source Technology Center. Now, his main working area focused on platform BSP | and system debug/integration for Tizen IA platforms.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 3:20pm - 4:10pm
Sorak 1 & 2

4:20pm

GearVR & OpenSource - Ted Choi, Samsung
It has been long time that people think of virtual reality in the dream, but now that dreams come true, we can see that world in front of us.In this session we can approach to virtual reality step by step. Virtual reality history, basic knowledge, current status, open source structure and its function will be on this session. We also can feel the GearVR virtual reality in the demo room behind you.

Speakers
avatar for Ted Choi

Ted Choi

Senior engineer, Samsung electronics
Ted Choi is Android software engineer at Samsung Electronics. He had been working for Linux kernel & mobile device driver in early stage.In the middle of his carrier he was involved on Tizen connectivity framework, he had designed Wi-Fi & Bluetooth solution based on open source projects. He is now working on Android Graphics solution and member of GearVR & open source project.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Kumkang 3 & 4

4:20pm

CoreOS: An Introduction - Kelsey Hightower, CoreOS
The architectural patterns of a large scale platform are changing. Dedicated VMs and configuration management tools are being replaced by containerization and new service management technologies like systemd. This presentation will be giving an overview of their key technologies, including etcd, fleet, and docker. Come and learn how to use these new technologies to build performant, reliable, large distributed systems.

Speakers
avatar for Kelsey Hightower

Kelsey Hightower

Developer Advocate and Toolsmith at CoreOS, CoreOS
Kelsey has worn every hat possible throughout his career in tech and enjoys leadership roles focused on making things happen and shipping software. |   | Kelsey is a strong open source advocate focused on building simple tools that make people smile. When he is not slinging Go code you can catch him giving technical workshops covering everything from Programming, System Administration, and his favorite Linux distro (CoreOS). |  


Tuesday November 11, 2014 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Grand Ballroom

4:20pm

The GStreamer Community and Luis de Bethencourt's story - Luis De Bethencourt, Samsung
For more than a decade the GStreamer Community has been building a very successful open source multimedia framework that is used in cameras, televisions, phones, airplanes, e-readers and more. Meet Luis de Bethencourt, a member of this community who will talk about how GStreamer is made and his life story, starting in a little island in Spain and finishing at the Open Source Group at Samsung Electronics.

Speakers
avatar for Luis De Bethencourt

Luis De Bethencourt

Senior Software Engineer, Samsung Electronics
Open Source, GStreamer, Linux, Samsung Open Source Group, Video, Brewing, Motorcycles


Tuesday November 11, 2014 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Kumkang 1 & 2

4:20pm

New profiles based on Tizen Common - Thiago Macieira, Intel
The project Tizen:Common provides a common development / build / test
environment for Tizen 3. With the coming multiplication of verticals, easing
the creation of new profile based on a Common build base was becoming critical.
All profiles will inherit from Tizen:Common and add their profile-specific
features.
This talk will focus on the following topics:
* Tizen:Common architecture
* Tizen:Common inheritance model
* Development, build, test workflow (OBS, GBS)
* Use cases

Speakers
avatar for Thiago Macieira

Thiago Macieira

Intel
Thiago Macieira holds a double degree in Engineering and an MBA. He has been involved in several Open Source projects for over 15 years and is an experienced C++ developer, having spent the better part of the last 10 years developing Qt and Qt-based software. In the last two years, he's also been working closely with C++ committee members in discussing and improving the suggestions for upcoming language features. He has been involved with many... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Sorak 1 & 2

5:20pm

Controlling Home Heater with Open platform (Raspberry Pi & MEAN Stack) - Tai-Hoon Kim, NHN
In cold winter, it is only a chilly house that greets me after leaving work.

Why does the heater (boiler) in most households in Korea have to be controlled only manually?

I decided to make a system controlling the heater automatically and connect to the mobile in order to spend this cold winter even a little more warmly. 

If I just know the basic hardware knowledge, I can build a great loT system using the open source platform like Raspberry Pi and MEAN Stack (MongoDB, Expressjs, Angular.js, and Node.js). 

Speakers
avatar for Tai-Hoon KIM

Tai-Hoon KIM

NHN
-        NHN Technology Service Corp Front-End Development Team Leader | -        SADI Visiting Professor | -        Project Management Professional(PMP) | -        Facebook Front-end Development Group Leader


Tuesday November 11, 2014 5:20pm - 6:10pm
Grand Ballroom

5:20pm

Internet of Open Source Things - Thiago Macieira, Intel
"Internet of Things" is the most recent buzzphrase and, just like "Cloud"
before it, it's only got a very vague definition. Different people will answer
give you different answers if you ask them what either of those is. Yet one
thing is for certain: the Internet of Things is based on Open Source software
and open standards.

This session will give an overview of what the various interpretations for
Internet of Things actually are and what the technologies behind them are. It
will then talk about what is coming in the near future, how the industry
appears to be organising itself and how different projects are trying to put it
all together.

Speakers
avatar for Thiago Macieira

Thiago Macieira

Intel
Thiago Macieira holds a double degree in Engineering and an MBA. He has been involved in several Open Source projects for over 15 years and is an experienced C++ developer, having spent the better part of the last 10 years developing Qt and Qt-based software. In the last two years, he's also been working closely with C++ committee members in discussing and improving the suggestions for upcoming language features. He has been involved with many... Read More →


Tuesday November 11, 2014 5:20pm - 6:10pm
Sorak 1 & 2

5:20pm

Introduction to Cloud Management with ManageIQ - John Mark Walker, Red Hat
What is "Cloud Management"? In a datacenter, you might have 2 or more virtualization management platforms, with a private cloud running alongside, and some workloads running in a public cloud. ManageIQ gives admins developers a way to seamlessly deliver services from multiple cloud and virtualization platforms. 

Across your cloud and virtualization platforms, you want to be aware when there are problems, enforce some kind of consistency in who can consume your resources, and be aware of waste when it is happening. Maybe you also want to automate the provisioning of instances, integrate with a service catalog or configuration management system. Perhaps you want to know when VMs are vulnerable to security issues, prevent new VMs to be created from known-bad templates, and perform some clean-up of services when they are retired.

These are all cloud management problems. Whether it's curing VM sprawl or finding and fixing hot spots in the data center, this presentation will give you tools and techniques you can use to manage it all.

Speakers
avatar for John Mark Walker

John Mark Walker

Open Source Ecosystems Leader, Red Hat, Inc
John Mark is the ManageIQ Community Leader. For three years prior to his ManageIQ role, he was the Gluster Community Leader and is a long-time Open Source community advocate and strategist.


Tuesday November 11, 2014 5:20pm - 6:10pm
Kumkang 3 & 4

5:20pm

To Share a Practice of Open-Source Governance - Youngsam Kim, Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd.
1. Audience can see internal practice of Samsung Techwin Company regarding Open-Source Governance, compliance policy, process and each activity will be presented.

2. Some License example will be presented for caution case.



For instance, when selecting among the various licenses and conditions, what should be checked and what results would be happened.

Speakers
YK

YOUNGSAM KIM

Senior Research Engineer, Samsung Techwin Co.,Ltd.
Mobile Camera Module Developer (2003~2011) SQE as SW Test Manager (2011~2014) OSS License instructor and inspector in Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd. (2012~2014)


Tuesday November 11, 2014 5:20pm - 6:10pm
Kumkang 1 & 2

6:15pm

Onsite Attendee Reception
Tuesday November 11, 2014 6:15pm - 8:00pm
Foyer