Speakers

More than 20 Open Source professionals & enthusiasts representing local (and national) excellence in Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Cloud and Open Source technologies.

Christophe DE DINECHIN

Senior Principal Software Engineer

Christophe de Dinechin is working on virtualization at Red Hat, with a focus on 3D and remote access. He is also the original author of Tao3D, the XL programming language and HP Integrity Virtual Machines.

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Devops & cloud conference - Wednesday July 3rd

SPICE Smart Streaming

SPICE is a solution developed by Red Hat to access virtual machines remotely. Under the pressure of 3D-enabled desktops and gaming clouds, SPICE has been redesigned with a stronger focus on video streaming. Smart streaming adjusts the video quality dynamically for a better remote desktop experience.

Baptiste XAXA

Senior manager, head of JAVA division for Côte d’Azur agency

For 21 years, Baptiste combine his job and his passion for new technologies. Starting as a simple system and network engineer, he is now an architect and expert in automation and virtualization. He is always trying to find how to do more with less. More machines with less hardware, more applications with less machines, more services with less applications brings him on the road of docker. For 3 years, he’s been working on Ciena Blue Planet, a Multi-Domain Service Orchestration System built around the concept of container-based micro-services, giving him an accurate insight of what microservice means in real life.

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Devops & cloud conference - Wednesday July 3rd

Fun and rentability with Microservices

“Is your Time To Market increasing? Move to microservices! Everybody will love it. ”

This is precisely what we won’t be telling you in this talk.

 What are good reasons to perform this move? How should it be initiated?

When overwhelmed with microservices, which tools or practices would save your life?

These are the main questions we will try to address.

Armand LADEVEZE

Senior Manager at Sopra Steria



Developer, manager, architect…Through his different roles these last 15 years,

Armand has always been passionated about architecture & concepts (Event-driven, Domain Driven Design, Microservices…). Not only for the « Hype« , but surely for serving the cause of killing monoliths, freeing applications from their technical debt.

Having been lately part of a 2-years monolith-to-microservices migration, he has some insights of what’s behind this « microservices » buzzword.

 

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Devops & cloud conference - Wednesday July 3rd

Fun and rentability with Microservices

“Is your Time To Market increasing? Move to microservices! Everybody will love it. ”

This is precisely what we won’t be telling you in this talk.

 What are good reasons to perform this move? How should it be initiated?

When overwhelmed with microservices, which tools or practices would save your life?

These are the main questions we will try to address.

Thomas MOREAU

Software Architect

JavaScript and NodeJS evangelist – Software Architect @ Supralog – ex Software Engineer, Technical Leader & Scrum Master @ Hewlett Packard Enterprise. I like solving complex problems but I also like making cookies and also eating them. Note: I can talk about how to brew the perfect coffee for hours.

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Devops & cloud conference - Wednesday July 3rd

Cypress.io: Bringing Behavior Driven Development and End-to-End tests to development teams at Supralog

E2E testing is the part developpers hate. Setting up, writing, running and debuging tests is now made easy thanks to Cypress.io. I will explain why I considered using Cypress and do a live-coding demo to show how to use Cypress in practice in a BDD process, from the Code editor to the CI/CD chain.

Thomas PERELLE

Senior consultant

In my previous experiences I had the opportunity to do development, integration, system administration, project management et even being a manager. This allowed me to gain a global vision on IT jobs and the complete chain, from the collect of customer needs to the deployment in production. In parallel I have always been interested in methodology and tools that make it possible to gain in productivity and comfort. That’s what got me interested in agiles methods like Scrum, Lean and of course DevOps. Today I am senior consultant at TREEPTIK and all these experiences are precious to me in order to better understand the needs of my clients and to identify the best way to support them in achieving their strategic objectives.

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Devops & cloud Workshops - Wednesday July 3rd - 2:00 pm

Terraform

The purpose of this workshop is to allow you to discover the main features of Terraform, one of the most famous tool in the domain of Infrastructure as Code. We will work together on simple exercises and you will quickly understand why this tool is so appreciated!

Emeric CHARDINY

Developer

Emeric CHARDINY is a developer, technical leader and Java/JEE, DevOps, Docker et CI/CD architect. He is passionate about all new technologies and adept of open source solutions. Emeric is a freelance consultant with over 15 years of experience.

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Devops & cloud Workshops - Wednesday July 3rd - 2:00 pm

GITLAB

Discover how to set up continuous integration with Gitlab-CI and Docker, then deploy your application on a Kubernetes cluster.

Thomas BAILET

CTO

Thomas BAILET is an expert in Big Data engineering. With a degree of applied mathematics from the University of Toulouse, he has pursued a professional career in software engineering with major companies in the field of microelectronics, service, video games and innovative start-ups. He founded a multimedia design studio, and has been involved in the design of data synchronization software, mobile applications and distributed applications. His experience in the development of agile development processes is rich. He’s actually CTO for Hurence company in Grenoble (Big Data Expertise & Solutions) and the creator of logisland, an open source & scalable platform for advanced realtime analytics.

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Internet of things conference - Tuesday July 2nd,

Rules based engine and deep learning: an hybrid approach to the fab supervision in the semi conductor industry

Due to the versatility of the markets addressed, operational agility is essential to industrial success. This agility has a cost in terms of complexity and heterogeneity of information and control systems. Moreover, parallel to the deployment of automation, we experience an evolution in the manufacturing trades: products are manufactured in lesser quantity and larger variations. Given, this complexity, the human being finds more and more its place as a supervisor: it guarantees the smooth functioning of the system as a whole by being able to unlock as quickly as possible any abnormal situation. Still, AI and rule-based systems prove to provide interesting « complements » to help them focus on the real problems and their possible causes. By attempting to eliminate false positive alertings, the real pain of automatic supervision, we can provide truely useful « assistants » that help reduce stress. Hurence, a recognized specialist in Big Data systems, is setting up an hybrid system, mixing rules and supervised learning, that: detects abnormal situations in the production line in real time; provides real-time diagnostic assistance on the potential origin of the anomalies and the corrective actions to be taken. This system is based on a light and real-time Big Data architecture able to: process in real time the large volumes of industrial data driving the plant exploit the experience accumulated by operators through the use of a rules engine embark supervised learning in order to automatically improve the detection of abnormal situations and their diagnosis, with the objective of reducing the amount of false positives

Tanay PANT

Developer Advocate

Tanay Pant is an author, developer and tech enthusiast. He currently works at Crate.io as a Developer Advocate. He is best known for his books “Learning Web-based Virtual Reality”, “Building a Virtual Assistant for Raspberry Pi” and “Learning Firefox OS Application Development”. He has been acknowledged in the about: credits of Firefox for his contributions to the different open source projects of the Mozilla Foundation. He also writes for a number of websites like SitePoint and Tuts+ where he shares tips and tricks about web development.

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keynote speaker - Internet of things conference - Tuesday July 2nd, 6 pm

Machine data in Industry 4.0: how to handle it better?

The rise of IoT and smart infrastructure has led to the generation of massive amounts of complex data. Traditional solutions struggle to cope with this shift, leading to a decrease in performance and an increase in cost. In this talk, we will take a look at this kind of data coming from real-world smart factory sensors. Participants will learn how to create a data pipeline for ingestion and visualisation. By the end of this session, we will be able to set up a highly scalable data pipeline for complex time series data with real-time query performance.

Sébastien ALEGRET

CTO

Sebastien is the Chief Technology Officer and one of the founders of GreenCom Networks, a software company offering products and solutions for the utility industry. Leading GreenCom’s technology strategy, he is in charge of the design and the implementation of GreenCom Networks’ end-to-end IoT platform, from devices to cloud. After having graduated from Polytech Nice-Sophia in 2001, Sebastien worked almost 10 years for Accenture’s Communication and High Tech organization for designing, developing and supporting solutions served to major clients in the telecommunications industry. In 2010, he co-founded Ubinode, a startup developing an Internet Of Things platform.

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Internet of things Workshops - Tuesday July 2nd - 2:00 pm

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Internet of things conference - Tuesday July 2nd

Julien OLIVAIN

Technical lead, architect

Open source enthusiast for more than 20 years, I am now technical lead and architect at NXP for embedded systems projects on i.MX processors (for example, automotive instrument clusters, infotainment, imaging system and industrial controls). I am specialized in computer graphics, multimedia, security and safety critical systems.

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Internet of things Workshops - Tuesday July 2nd - 2:00 pm

Low Level 3D Embedded Graphics with Linux, OpenGL ES and Buildroot

This workshop will introduce how embedded 3D GPUs are working, and how they can be programmed at low-level on a Linux systems. Live coding examples will be presented: GL ES shader programming, full embedded system build with Buildroot, live camera image processing with V4L2 and GStreamer…

Eoin Thomas

PhD Head of Exploratory Research

Eoin Thomas completed his PhD on classification of brain signals at University College Cork in Ireland.He continued in biomedical research at INRIA Sophia Antipolis in 2011 before joining the Amadeus Travel Intelligence team in 2014. Eoin is currently within the AI research team where he leads exploratory research.

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artificial intelligence conference - Monday July 1st

AI research for travel

In this talk, we will discuss some of the current trends in AI and see how these can be applied within the travel industry. From choice modelling to recommender systems, reinforcement learning to data generation, we will showcase how these techniques can be leveraged to improve the travel experience.

 

Jean-Luc COLLET

Cognitive Solution Architect

 

 

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artificial intelligence conference - Monday July 1st

Data, the graal & Achilles' heel of modern AI (Deep Neural Nets)

Data is critical to the accuracy of AI models, in term of diversity, quantity, quality and representativity. At the same time almost the same data can completely fool an image classification CNN model. Learn how to test, improve the robustness of your models leveraging IBM open source library ART.

Simon Gazikian

co-founder and CEO

For more than 30 years, has held commercial and operational management positions, CEO/COO/VP Sales and Marketing, in software companies (global and B2B), listed and unlisted, in Europe and the USA. Worked at Unisys, Compuware, Micromuse (bought by IBM), Esmertec (IPO in Zurich), Tedemis (bought by Criteo), CommProve and OpenPeak.

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artificial intelligence conference - Monday July 1st

Make Machine Learning for accessible all professionals

Everyone is talking about Big Data but most people handle Small Data. MyDataModels offers a solution to learn how to create predictive models from your Small Data. Thanks to Automated Machine Learning solutions making predictions in not only for Data Scientists anymore but for every domain experts.

Caroline Pacheco

Research Engineer Computer Vision

I obtained my PhD in May, 2017 from the University of La Rochelle, and my research activities were focused on visual feature extraction and ensemble feature selection for moving object detection. I’m currently working as Research Engineer in the AI Team of ActiveEon, Paris Office. My main focus is on the development advanced solutions for computer vision problems with a focus on image understanding, object detection and image segmentation. In addition, I have been engaged at the development of the Machine Learning Open Studio (MLOS) that empowers data engineers and data scientists to quickly create structured workflows for various applications, such as face recognition, intrusion detection, industrial inspection, etc.

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artificial intelligence workshops - Monday July 1st

Machine Learning Open Studio (MLOS)

The purpose of this workshop is to provide a comprehensive overview of the Machine Learning Open Studio (MLOS) platform from ActiveEon. It empowers data engineers and data scientists to quickly create structured workflows. MLOS provides a rich set of generic machine learning tasks that can be connected together to build powerful machine learning workflows for various aplications such as: fraud detection, anomaly detection, image recognition, etc. MLOS is ready-to use open source machine learning and deep learning libraries, such as scikit-learn, PyTorch, TensorFlow, Keras, CNTK, among others.

Julien Massiera

Product Manager

Julien is responsible for the technological stack of Datafari. He is a search expert, specialised in Datafari and Elasticsearch. He has been working for Orange as technical lead. He holds a IT MsC (MIAGE) from the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis.

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artificial intelligence workshop - Monday July 1st

Index your Data in open source