Fira de Barcelona, Avinguda Reina Maria Cristina, Barcelona, Spain
Workshop Schedule and Abstracts
Join us at Oracle Java and Embedded Oracle Solutions Center in App Planet, Booth 7C18. See our demos and attend our workshops to discover :
The latest innovations to Oracle Java Wireless Client
Innovative applications in Java Card technology
Why Java is the leading platform for M2M communications
Resources for Mobile Java ME applications
Java, Database, and Middleware solutions for enabling End-to-End Mobile Services
Embedded Database Solutions
Comprehensive workshop series on topics ranging from Oracle products to featured ISVs and Operator developer programs.
REGISTER NOW for one or more workshops in the Oracle Java Booth 7C18 located in the App Planet
Date and Time
Tuesday, 15 Feb, 11:00 Thursday, 17 Feb, 12:00
Proven Reduction of Telco Operating Costs: Java Card™ SIMs with Over-The-Air (OTA) Management Systems
What makes an off-the-shelf phone your phone? How can telcos provide personal individual services to you on your mobile phone? What secures the new payment capabilities of your new NFC-enabled phone? For billions of SIMs around most of the world, the answer is the Java Card Platform. Presented is how Java Card technology continues to evolve as the de-facto secure platform delivering personal application services to SIMS as well as to both feature and smart mobile handsets.
Tuesday, 15 Feb, 13:00 Thursday, 17 Feb, 13:00
Securing and Extending the Functionality of Smart Meters with Java Card™ Technologies”
Emerging within the machine-to-machine market, smart meters connect homes or businesses to a centralized power grid of a region. Communications to critical regional infrastructures requires smart meters to have secure tamper-resistant hardware that can be securely remotely managed. Java Card technology has been providing both security and management of hardware secure elements for over 10 years on billions of devices. This presentation looks at how to provide value-add services, such as telehealth, leveraging the infrastructure created by a Java Card secured and managed smart meters.
Monday, 14 Feb, 13:00 Wednesday, 16 Feb, 15:00
Oracle Java Wireless Client, a Superior Java ME Implementation
Oracle Java Wireless Client (OJWC) is Oracle's Java ME implementation that delivers a comprehensive and feature-rich application platform for mass-market mobile devices. Java ME has an ecosystem of 3B mobile devices and over 100,000 applications, and OJWC is the best-in-class Java Virtual Machine for such devices. It provides multi-tasking capabilities, delivers superior graphics performance and supports new display features for the latest and the greatest devices in the market. In addition to learning about these capabilities of OJWC, in this session you will learn - what is unique to Oracle's Java ME implementation and what makes it superior to other such implementations in the market.
Monday, 14 Feb,14:00 Wednesday, 16 Feb, 16:00
Rich and Interactive Java ME UIs with LWUIT
Mobile phones based on Java ME include RIM's Blackberry, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, and other manufacturers - represent about 85% of the mobile device install base (approx 3B in total). Lightweight User Interface Toolk (LWUIT) is a UI library targeted towards mass-market mobile and embedded devices, which makes developing and deploying rich and interactive Java ME applications easy. LWUIT is an open technology with plenty of development resources available in the form of user forums, development guides, tutorials, etc. In this session, you can learn about the feature set of this toolkit and some essential tips to get jumpstarted for creating richer Java ME interfaces.
Monday, 14 Feb, 16:00 Tuesday, 15 Feb, 15:00
Develop Personalized And Immersive Mobile Applications Using Operator Network APIs
Operator Network APIs provide access to invaluable end-user information like user profile, location etc. to developers. Network APIs enable developers to build personalized mobile applications and take advantage of new revenue opportunities provided by Operators. This session provides a crash course to Operator Network APIs and demonstrates how easy it is to leverage power of Network APIs from Java & Java ME applications.
Wednesday, 16 Feb, 13:00
Orange Partner Connect
Orange Partner Connect is a new online service that gives application developers a single point of entry to submit applications for the Orange App Shop and on to millions of Orange customers around the world. It provides application developers with access to the Orange trusted retail environment integrated with its billing and customer services.
Wednesday, 16 Feb, 14:00 Thursday, 17 Feb, 11:00
An Introduction to BlueVia – Telefonica’s Developer Offering
BlueVia is a new developer platform from the Telefonica Group focused on the development of web and mobile applications. It has been designed around four principles:
Scale: Enabling developers to leverage Telefonica’s global footprint & partnerships
Tools: Opening up powerful Telefonica assets in the form of API’s using web standard technologies
Business Models: Delivering innovative, market first business models, allowing developers to directly monetise their activity with BlueVia.
Path to Market: a simple, integrated route to publish apps to millions of Telefonica customers
This session will provide you with an insight to what BlueVia can do for the developer, how developers can make money and the tools available, including a short demo of building a Java App using BlueVia APIs.
Adaptive Customer Service Assurance: Taking Monitoring Beyond the Customer-Centric Approach
As telecom networks and services have evolved, so have Service Assurance models. Over time, different approaches have emerged: Network-Centric, Service-Centric, and Customer-Centric. While each of these approaches have their own strengths and weaknesses, today’s complex telecom environments require a flexible combination of all three.
Accanto Systems has partnered with Oracle to develop a powerful network monitoring and troubleshooting toolset – Adaptive Customer Service Assurance (CSA), which allows an operator to overcome these challenges. This presentation gives a concise overview of the ‘adaptive’ approach, and how operators can use it to ensure maximum network/service performance and, at the same time, guarantee a high level of customer satisfaction.
Monday, 14 Feb, 17:00 Tuesday, 15 Feb, 14:00
Java + SIM: Leveraging the SIM Card to Improve Operator Control of On-Device Java ME Content
The explosion of mobile applications has created new challenges for carriers and their ISV partners. Driving critical services to customers has become a complex and costly process. Pre-loaded apps can still ensure a consistent, branded experience but may quickly be outdated. Java + SIM lets carriers leverage their Java Card SIM and OTA infrastructure to manage on-device Java ME content. It enables them to selectively provision Java apps and assert their brand identity throughout the life of the device. It also dramatically improves the user experience with SIM services. Java+SIM provides a game-changing opportunity to deliver finely tuned carrier services even on the most modest devices.
Tuesday, 15 Feb, 16:00
Rapid Development of Mobile Enterprise Applications with Oracle Application Development Framework and Java
With Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile, developers can create richly functional, on-device/offline capable mobile applications that leverage device-native services, or can rapidly extend any enterprise application to virtually any mobile device browser. Java provides the underlying technology and infrastructure for ADF, as well as a powerful mechanism to extend ADF. This approach combines the power of Java with the ease of developing in a declarative environment.
Wednesday, 16 Feb, 12:00
Monetizing Network-Enabled Application Stores
Over the last several years, industry initiatives such as the Wholesale Applications Community (WAC), and the Joint Innovation Lab (JIL) before that, have highlighted the operator community’s need for a new breed of application stores which augment and enhance existing application stores with Network API. This session will describe Oracle’s approach to enabling the two-sided business models with Network-Enabled Application Stores based on open, standards-based WAC-ready network gateway, Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper.
Monday, 14 Feb, 15:00 Wednesday, 16 Feb, 11:00
Java Verified 101
Java Verified is the industry-recognized Java testing and signing program in which developers take their Java ME apps through a testing, signing and verification process to obtain the Java Verified stamp of approval. In this session you will learn more about the Java Verified program, the benefits of signing applications and more about the testing and signing process itself. In addition, you will learn about Java Verified's new Trusted Status that aims to make to easier to sign applications for developers that have demonstrated the highest levels of quality and commitment.
Tuesday, 15 Feb, 12:00
Hitachi: Is Write Once, Run Anywhere Possible? Embedded Java & OSGi can make it a reality. Hear real world examples, experiences.
Even with the explosion of smartphone apps, there remains a non-trivial linkage between the app and the target device resulting in significant issues for developers and service providers. Also, LTE and WiMax will spur many new application-cable wireless devices, both mobile (non-phone) and those for static use in the home or business (home routers, M2M, etc). Therefore, there is value in:
App enabling devices that were not originally intended to be applications platforms
Open standards, APIs and client-server software
Easing transferability of apps
Hear an overview of real experiences with these new types of applications running on non-traditional device platforms and an explanation of solutions for moving to write once, run anywhere.
Tuesday, 15 Feb, 17:00 Wednesday, 16 Feb, 10:00
Mobile Developer Expo: A Showcase of Leading Mobile Applications
In this session, Oracle will feature a number of leading, global developers that have built exceptional applications on top of the Java ME platform. By attending this session you will better learn why these developers chose the Java ME platform and how they are delivering innovating applications to the 3 billion handsets running Java ME today.
We look forward to seeing you in Barcelona!
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February 14 – 17, 2011
Fira de Barcelona, Avinguda Reina Maria Cristina, Barcelona, Spain