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Community Newsletter July 2023

Research at the
Eclipse Foundation in 2023

For the past decade, the Eclipse Foundation has partnered with publicly-funded European research projects to enable them to deliver a business-friendly open source solution, and to initiate their community to maintain and sustain the research projects' outcomes.

Our annual Research @ Eclipse Foundation newsletter features four projects with which we have established partnerships: two that have just started (CODECO and DATAMITE), one that ends this month (FabOS), and the HiPEAC network, in which we participate to bring our vision of open source to research and industry.

Enjoy the read,
Philippe Krief
Director, Research Relations


How HiPEAC Promotes Innovation Through Advanced Computing Research

Learn about the origins of the HiPEAC network, how it aims to facilitate research that can form the basis of disruptive products and services, and why open source is valuable for deep-tech companies. 

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CODECO: Supporting the Edge-Cloud Continuum Via an Open, Cognitive, Decentralized Framework

Discover the key principles, objectives, and use cases of the edge-cloud orchestration framework. 

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Manage Heterogeneous Software and System Landscapes in Factories With Eclipse SLM

Learn how Eclipse SLM enables users to manage the release, deployment, and operation of AI services, and how the application's development originated in the FabOS research project.  

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Reducing the Data Decision Gap with DATAMITE

Find out how the DATAMITE project's framework enables European enterprises and public administrations to overcome common challenges and facilitate the monetization of their data. 

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Committer Profile
Alexander Nikos Nikolaidis

Nikos is a committer to the Eclipse OpenSmartCLIDE project and a research software engineer at the University of Macedonia.

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Community Updates

EclipseCon 2023: View the Program and Register

Registration is open, and the conference program, featuring over 80 talks across six tracks, is now available on our website. 
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Improving Project Security Posture: Equinox p2 

Securing the open source software supply chain is one of the Foundation’s top priorities, and our recent security audit for Equinox p2 is an important part of this effort. Read More->


Submit a Presentation for JakartaOne Livestream

The JakartaOne program committee has begun building the slate of presentations for JakartaOne Livestream 2023, to be held on December 5, 2023. Read More->


TheiaCon 2023: Call For Proposals Is Open!

The third edition of the TheiaCon will be held on November 15-16, and presentation proposals are now being accepted. Read More->

New Projects

Eclipse Langium is a toolkit for domain-specific languages (DSLs) that is fully built with TypeScript. Read More -> 

Eclipse Ankaios manages multiple nodes and virtual machines with a single unique API in order to start, stop, configure, and update containers and workloads. Read More ->

Eclipse SDV Blueprints are use case implementations based on artifacts created in the scope of participating SDV projects and adjacent OSS technologies, together with some blueprint-specific code that ties it all together. Read More ->

New Releases

Upcoming Events

ESAAM 2023 on Cloud to Edge Continuum
October 17, 2023

EclipseCon 2023
October 16-19, 2023

AutoTech: Europe
November 15-16, 2023

TheiaCon 2023
November 15-16, 2023
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