What is OSLC FEST
Organizations are using OSLC to eliminate data silos by connecting data across their business to achieve the digital thread. OSLC has been used to support Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), integrated Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM).
Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is an initiative to standardize the backbone for the Web of data. How can we achieve a Google for data? How can we query seamlessly data from different databases seamlessly as if it were in one big global database? How can we establish links between data of different databases and how should we manage them? Similar questions have already been solved for documents by the World Wide Web. But what about data? The Web has radically changed how we find and consume information in the form of documents. The next step in this evolution is a Web of data.
Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) merges concepts of Linked Data and Hypermedia REST APIs to enable the Web of data. OSLC provides open standards to achieve a uniform interface to different data sources (e.g. different databases, repositories, applications, files) and enable the connectivity of data between different data sources.
OSLC is supported by products of many vendors such as IBM, Mentor Graphics, PTC, Tasktop, Kovair, Sodius, Maplessoft, smartfacts, and many more. These solutions amongst others radically improve requirements traceability and collaboration in the design of complex systems.
The OSLC and Linked Data Unconference is the place to learn first hand from OSLC experts everything about existing and upcoming OSLC solutions, open-source projects and standards. In contrast to a traditional conference, this unconference will facilitate the informal exchange of information and ideas between participants!
The OSLC and Linked Data Unconference is the #1 meeting of the year related to OSLC. The inaugural OSLCFest will take place November 5 – 6, 2018 at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden - get your tickets today!
Who should join?
Engineers, Programmers, Architects, Analysts
UX, UI, UX researchers, designers
CTOs, CIOs, Innovation Directors
Startups, Students, Investors, Thought leaders
Distinguished Engineer and Rational Chief Architect at IBM (retired)
Lead API Architect, API Academy, CA Technologies
Director of the German National Library of Science and Technology
Stephen D. Denman Consulting
Dr. Jose Maria Alvarez Rodriguez
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Dr. Ruben Verborgh
Welcome and Conference Overview
Frederic Loiret (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
OSLC through the formative years
John Wiegand (IBM, retired)
Open Services, Interoperability, and Hypermedia: A possible Future
Mike Amundsen (CA Technologies)
From Linked Data to Cognitive Data
Prof. Soeren Auer (German National Library of Science and Technology)
Challenges & Success Stories in Adopting Standards in Large Organizations
Celine Sauvaget (Airbus), Prof. Soeren Auer (German National Library of Science and Technology), Mike Amundsen (CA Technologies), moderated by John Wiegand (IBM, retired)
Search & Browse and Lyo Validation
Yash Khatri (Scania)
Extending OSLC to the IoT (Remotely)
Jim Amsden (IBM)
Lifecycle Integration Patterns
Wesley Coelho (Tasktop)
OSLC and configuration-aware links between ALM and PLM systems
Stephen Denman (Stephen D. Denman Consulting)
Cross-Discipline Lifecycle Collaboration Forum – a linked Systems Engineering approach
Peter Gerber (Schaeffler) and Christian Bühler (PROSTEP AG)
Building on OSLC for Federated Data
Bill Chown (Mentor Graphics)
Tool Vendor Demo - Sodius
Sebastien Boucard (Sodius)
Tool Vendor Demo - Contact-Software
Frank Patz-Brockmann (Contact-Software)
Solid and OSLC: similar stack, similar goals?
Ruben Verborgh (Ghent University)
Q&A with OSLC Steering Committee
Moderated by Bill Chown (Mentor Graphics)
OSLC KM: elevating the meaning of data and operations within the toolchain
Dr. Jose Maria (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
How Product Line Engineering can benefit from OSLC
Holger Papajewski (pure-systems GmbH)
"Bridging the Graphs": An approach to using GraphQL to join RDF stores agnostically
Philip Coates (Semantic Integration)
Benefits of Standard APIs
Axel Reichwein (Koneksys)
Communities and Bridges Between Them
Mike Amundsen (CA Technologies), Prof. Soeren Auer (TIB), Dr. Ruben Verborgh (Ghent University), moderated by Axel Reichwein (Koneksys)
Eclipse Lyo 2.4.0 and beyond
Andrew Berezowsky (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Jad El-Khoury (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
What can OSLC Configuration Management do for me? (Remotely)
Nick Crossley (IBM)
Jim Amsden (IBM)
Summary, Closing Remarks, Feedback for Next OSLCFest
Moderated by Frederic Loiret (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden
Address: KTH Industrial Engineering and Management, Brinellvägen 85
Phone Number: +46 8 790 60 00
Direction from the Arlanda Airport
The Arlanda Express train takes about 20 minutes and brings you into Stockholm Central Station.
There are taxis available at the airport, but please be aware that some are more reliable than others. Good companies include: Taxi 020 and Taxi Stockholm. If in doubt, ask the driver for a price in advance. It should cost between 360 and 650 SEK to get from Arlanda to KTH (depending on the time of day).
Directions and public transportation from Stockholm
From Central Station, take the redline subway towards Mörby Centrum. Get off at "Tekniska högskolan", then either:
To walk (approx.10-15 mins): exit to Valhallavägen-Drottning Kristinas väg / Roslagsbanan-Östra station. Turn left along Drottning Kristinas väg until the road forks, then turn right (onto Teknikringen) and then an immediate left on to Brinellvägen. Walk to the end of Brinellvägen until you find Building 68. Turn right down the pathway towards Building 85, then left along until you reach the public entrance via Building 83.
By bus (approx. 10 mins): exit to Körsbärsväg, walk straight ahead until you reach the bus-stop for number 61 (towards Ruddamen). Get off at the 2nd stop (Ruddammsparken). Walk straight ahead and then take a right over a railway bridge, up through some trees then turn left. Walk towards the glass and red brick building and then turn right along until you reach the public entrance via Building 83.
Directions, by car
From Valhallavägen, right onto Drottning Kristinas väg, then right onto Teknikringen and thereafter directly left onto Brinellvägen. At the end of Brinellvägen lies number 83.
Hotels near the Department
Elite Hotel Arcadia(within 5 mins walking distance)
Address: Körsbärsvägen 1 Telephone: +46 (0)8 566 215 00 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tunnelbana Station: Tekniska Högskolan (red line from Stockholm Central), exit via Körsbärsvägen.
Stureparken Hotel(one tube stop away from KTH on the red line)
Address: Sturegatan 58 Telephone: +46 8-662 72 30 Email: email@example.com Tunnelbana Station Stadion (red line from Stockholm Central), exit via Vallhallavägen