The Internet of Things (IoT) consists in the integration of networked computing entities into objects of our everyday life. Billions of devices are expected to be connected in the next years, revolutionizing modern society. An emerging approach that demands the support of dynamic and flexible management in the IoT is the Swarm. It envisions that a great number of independent, cross-niche and heterogeneous devices can autonomously cooperate with each other in order to execute tasks with synergy. It is aligned with the trend of social computing, where computing devices share their resources with each other, but in the Swarm, the idea is to have it happening autonomously, generating an almost organic computing network. In addition, it should not be limited to niches, working as a truly open system. In order to enable the Swarm, a software module, named Swarm Broker is integrated into each device that participate in the Swarm. This talk will present our approach for the Swarm Broker implementation and its status. The advances in the integration of constrained devices into the Swarm and the semantic engine architecture will be presented.

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Having been around for so long already, many who view keynotes and sessions are jumping in at a bit of a learning curve. This session will take the explanation of Linaro and 96Boards back to basics. Focusing on the what, why, and how things get done within these two segments at a very high level.

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The Power Management Working Group (PMWG) is hosting topic focused hacking sessions and discussions during SFO17 (Tues - Thurs) Thurs 14:00 35m Active state management of power domains Viresh Kumar 14:35 35m Simplified DVFS and OPP framework Viresh Kumar 15:10 45m Genpd debugfs / consolidate PM framework debugfs Thara Gopinath 15:55 45m Bus scaling QoS Georgi Djakov 16:40 35m PMWG Board Farm status Lisa Nguyen 17:15 45m Memory Power down Daniel Lezcano

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Session ID: SFO17-466
Session Name: TBD – SFO17-466
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Track: LEG

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Learn how to build, store and use fat manifests (for Docker images) to build seamless user experiences.

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Session ID: SFO17-464
Session Name: Spack – SFO17-464
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Track: LEG

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Session ID: SFO17-465
Session Name: Cavium in the Datacenter – SFO17-465
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Track: LEG

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The cloud is changing how modern applications are being developed, deployed and consumed. Cloud services are transitioning to container-based, modular microservices and even functions. Developers expect more frequent release cycles and a more flexible distribution model. Java continues to be one of the most popular language and runtime in the world. The release cycle and distribution model for Java SE is well over a decade old, and need to be refreshed to support the changing requirements driven by the Cloud. This session will discuss the recently announced changes to the Java release cycle and distribution model. It will also cover the new Java 9 release and discuss the Java roadmap beyond 9.

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Session ID: SFO17-460
Session Name: Qualcomm in the Datacenter – SFO17-460
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Track: LEG

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Works on Arm is a collaborative project led by Packet with resources from Arm, Cavium, Qualcomm, and others to provide news about the Arm ecosystem in the data center as well as resources for test, build, and CI/CD projects. Ed Vielmetti, project director, will speak on the lessons learned in getting this effort off the ground as well as present a roadmap for the next year's worth of work.

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