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Webinars demonstrate open source middleware

Jul 10, 2006 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

[Updated July 13, 2006] — OpenClovis this week launches a series of free, hour-long webinars on applying its dual-licensed high-availability middleware and other “open standard” technologies to high availability systems in telecommunications and other markets.

Two months ago, OpenClovis released its complete telecom middleware stack as open-source software under the GPL, in hopes of expanding into markets outside of telecom, it said.

The first webinar, set for Tuesday, July 11 at 11 AM PDT, aims to demonstrate to architects, engineers, and others designing next-generation telecommunications systems how to achieve platform manageability and high availability in mission-critical environments using AdvancedTCA- and COTS-based systems, the company says. OpenClovis's ATCA/COTS presentation will also be offered live and in-person in Santa Clara on July 25, Boston on Aug. 8, and in Ottawa on Aug. 10.

Other Webinar topics and times include:

  • Platform manageability and HPI integration, platform-independent modeling and implementation, and ATCA — Aug. 15, 11 AM, PDT
  • Node manageability, including the use of COTS (commercial, off-the-shelf) applications, object repositories for device information, and using the OpenClovis IDE to model information and generate code — Sept. 12, 11 AM, PDT
  • Migrating legacy systems and applications to ATCA COTS hardware using OpenClovis — Oct. 10, 11 AM, PDT
  • High availability with OpenClovis, including examples of fault scenarios, system design, and the OpenClovis development tools and run-time environment — Nov. 7, 11 AM PDT

Additional details are available with registration, at OpenClovis's website, here.

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