Attend our webinars!

Mar 27, 2014Ecosystem

On Monday (March 31) and Tuesday (April 1) we will have 7 webinars open to anyone who wants to participate. These webinars are focused on the most used General Enablers at our previous Challenges and Hackathons. This way all participants in our FI-WARE Challenges can learn more about FI-WARE and FI-LAB

Below you can find the agenda for each day and a description of each webinar. 

Next Monday, next Tuesday… go to to attend! Hope to see you there! 

(*) Chrome browser + Java7u51 in a Windows machine are recommended.


* All times are CEST.

Monday, March 31st 

10:00 – 10:55 (CEST) – Identity Management and Access Control – KeyRock
11:00 – 11:55 (CEST) – Advanced Cloud capabilities
12:00 – 12:55 (CEST)– Mashup technologies – Wirecloud

Tuesday, April 1st

12:00 – 12:55 (CEST) – Real-time Multimedia Stream Processing – Kurento
15:30 – 16:25 (CEST) – Connection to the Internet of Things: DCA and Figway
16:30 – 17:25 (CEST)– Context Awareness: Orion Context Broker
17:30 – 18:25 (CEST)– Map/Reduce – Cosmos Big Data


Advanced Cloud Capabilities
This webinar will be practical session on FI-LAB Cloud. We will how to use of the FI-LAB Cloud portal so that you will be able to deploy and access to virtual machines, create containers and objects as well as instantiate blueprints (VMs along with software) 

Identity Management and Access Control – KeyRock
In this webinar we will explain how to secure your applications and GE's using FI-WARE Identity Management. We will explain how to create a FI-WARE account and register an application in the platform managing organizations, roles and permissions. We also describe OAuth2, the protocol that your application uses to allow access to your users with their FI-WARE accounts. And we will have a live demo in which you will learn how to implement that protocol in your application in a few easy steps.

Mashup technologies – Wirecloud
WireCloud builds on cutting-edge end-user development, RIA and semantic technologies to offer a next-generation end-user centred web application mashup platform. This webinar will teach how to develop those mashups, including development of the mashable application components used as building blocks.

Real-time Multimedia Stream Processing – Kurento
This webminar introduces Kurento, a framework for building multimedia and streaming applications based on predefined blocks: RTP, WebRTC, HTTP and RTSP senders/receivers and face detection, plate recognition or object tracking, augmented reality, group communications or media mixing and blending among others. During the webminar, we will use Kurento APIs for showing how to create media applications for videoconferencing or video streaming in a simple and seamless manner. We will also demonstrate how these applications can be enriched with Kurento's advanced processing capabilities.

Connection to the Internet of Things
This webinar will explain how to connect Internet-of-Things settings to FI-WARE through DCA and Figway enablers and how to exploit such resources in your Future Internet Apps. Two different scenarios are considered: large IoT settings such as smartcities and scope-limited deployments, typically smart spaces.

Context Awareness: Orion Context Broker
This webinar will be practical session on Orion Context Broker. We will start describing where to find the Orion information in the FI-WARE Catalogue, then how a FI-LAB user can create her/his out-of-the-box ready-to-use Orion instance. Finally, we will walk-through the main operations to manage context in Orion Context Broker. 

Map/Reduce – Cosmos Big Data
This webinar will explain Cosmos, the Big Data and Open Data platform, focusing on how to manage your data and how you can obtain value-added information from it. Several demos will be shown, such as basic WebHDFS usage, HiveQL and MapReduce examples.

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