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Wednesday, November 5 • 14:40 - 15:20
erOCCI, a scalable, model-based REST API framework

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While REST architecture has been widely adopted for web services, the lack of standard formalism for their description prevents from implementations interoperability. The erocci framework, based on erlang/OTP platform, implements the OCCI specification for building interoperable, self-documented web services. Building a scalable web service is as simple as describing your application model in an XML document and choosing amongst existing data backend. It can be extended in various ways to adapt to data sources (database, 3rd party web services, DBUS APIs, etc.), protocols (HTTP, XMPP, etc.), authentication mechanisms, etc.

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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 November 5, 2014 14:40 - 15:20
Palais des Congrès, Paris Pa2, place de la porte Maillot, 75017 Paris