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What's next for OSGi™?. BJ Hargrave Senior Technical Staff Member IBM Lotus. Core Specification Update. Declarative Services update Manifest rewriting Service Registry Hooks Class Loading enhancements ServiceException BundleTracker (extender pattern) Concurrency documentation

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What s next for osgi

What's next for OSGi™?

BJ Hargrave

Senior Technical Staff Member

IBM Lotus


Core specification update

Core Specification Update

  • Declarative Services update

  • Manifest rewriting

  • Service Registry Hooks

  • Class Loading enhancements

  • ServiceException

  • BundleTracker (extender pattern)

  • Concurrency documentation

  • "Negative" permissions

  • Bundle-License header


Enterprise specification

Enterprise Specification

  • Current design focus is on

    • Distributed OSGi

    • Component model (Spring Dynamic Modules)

  • Drove requirements for a number of changes in the Core Specification

  • Goal is to contribute to next version of OSGi specification

    • Public draft targeted for the end of 2008

  • Continue work on new requirements and design area

  • Work on RI and TCK to begin soon


Mobile specification update

Mobile Specification Update

  • Since the release of JSR 232 the specification is in maintenance mode

    • Small corrections made to the spec, RI and TCK

    • A maintenance release for JSR 232 was published to allow new OSGi framework versions to be used

    • Corresponding TCK update is ongoing

  • Next work item: App model standardization

    • Investigating standardizing an existing app model from open source


Residential specification

Residential Specification

Residential Expert Group has been officially created in November 2007 after an extensive requirements collection

The current focus is on Remote Management of Home/Residential Gateways incl.:

Definition of a Remote Management Reference Architecture

Remote Management of OSGi Middleware via TR-069

Support for Multiple Service Providers on one OSGi Middleware

OSGi Middleware as an UPnP Device

Goal is to finish the work on designs, RIs and TCKs by the end of 2008 / beginning of 2009

OSGi Alliance and Home Gateway Initiative organizing a common requirements workshop to align the work of both organizations

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Vehicle specification update

Vehicle Specification Update

OSGi Alliance organized two requirements workshops in 2007 to which non-member companies have also been invited

January 11th in Troy, Michigan, 20 Participants (Ford, GM, Delphi,…)

March 22nd in Eindhoven, 20 Participants (VW, Ford, SiemensVDO,..)

New requirements have been generated based on the results of the workshops

Vehice Interface, Navigation Domain Model SDK, etc.

New/more active member companies are required to follow up with developing Vehicle specifications, reference implementations and test suites

OSGi Alliance is organizing another workshop after the Telematics Update Conference in the Detroit area to recruit new members to work on the Vehicle Specification

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Marketing committee update

Marketing Committee Update

  • Successful PR and marketing

    • Increasing positive awareness in the industries

      • Redmonk: “OSGi and The Rise of The Stackless Stack – Just In Time”

      • SDA India: “Top 5 Java Technologies to Learn in 2008”

      • SD Times: “… quite a contender of the title most important technology of the decade”

    • Increasing references/success stories on deployments

  • New trademark policy available

    • http://www.osgi.org/Main/TrademarkPolicy

  • In the works:

    • Certification mark policy for products

    • White Paper and ppt for decision-makers in various industries

    • Success Stories (embedded and enterprise)

  • OSGi Events:

    • OSGi DevCon at EclipseCon, March 17-20, Santa Clara

    • OSGi Community Event 2008, June 10-11, Berlin

  • Latest news: http://www.osgi.org/News/HomePage


Website news

Website News

  • Website refreshed with new layout and content

    • http://www.osgi.org

  • Blog feed

    • http://www.osgi.org/Blog/Feed

  • News feed

    • http://www.osgi.org/News/Feed

  • New OSGi Users’ Forums – China, Sweden

    • http://www.osgi.org/Forums/HomePage


Legal notices

Legal Notices

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  • Other company, product and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

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