In the context described above - the ambition of SDV to build a technology ecosystem for software-defined vehicle concern - a prime challenge will be the combination of these initially diverse components into a coherent and useful whole: all the software components in the world will not have the impact needed to transform the automotive industry unless we can make them play together coherently an form a functional portfolio.
The Eclipse Migration Toolkit for Java is a tooling project for assisting the Java version migration. The project provides static/dynamic tools and documents that support the migration of Java applications from previous versions of OpenJDK. The needed changes are highlighted in the final analysis reports.
To better illustrate what the tool can provide, consider the user story like this:
1. Tom is a Java developer who is migrating his application from Java 8 to Java 11.
Every software project ideally should create a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) and make it available to the public, so that people know the exact version and other details about libraries leveraged by the project.
Eclipse AAS Web Client is a viewer and client for interaction with Asset Administration Shell information models. The data corresponding to the Asset Administration Shell models are exchanged via a REST Interface with Asset Administration Shell servers e.g., Eclipse AASX Server & Eclipse BaSyx. Building upon the REST Interface, Eclipse AAS Web Client is able to show content of the AASs and AAS repositories.
DevOps is the industry response to the challenge of application availability. It helps businesses respond rapidly to market changes, accelerating the delivery of high-quality software updates to users. It relies on continuous integration, test and delivery to reduce risk and obtain regular and rapid feedback.
IoT devices only need to pass the mathematical expression and the input values for evaluation to Diafanis. If the mathematical expression doesn't change, the IoT device only needs to give the new input values as required. Diafanis allows IoT devices to scale the number of inputs of their sensing capabilities by moving the computing power required for mathematical calculations to a central platform.
The Eclipse Diafanis web service listens on port 8080 by default. The port can be freely configured. Calculations are then created via HTTPS request.
Eclipse ExpressLy implements Jakarta Expression Language, a technology that helps software developers embed dynamically evaluated expressions in things like XML attributes, directly as template text in documents, in annotation attributes and generally as strings in Java code.
After cooperating on a few Jakarta EE specifications (and looking into their implementations as well), I have realized there are certain problems solved over and over again. This leads to duplicity of APIs and to inconsistencies (where the same problem is solved differently by each specification). I think this should be remedied, and a common specification should be created to address these common problems.