Open Cloud Directory Showcased at CloudScape's AppHub Workshop

Mar 09 2015

AppHub is the European Open Source marketplace. The AppHub workshop at CloudScape will introduce this new service for the promotion of EU-funded projects and teach you what to expect and how to use it.  

Date: March 9, 2015
Cloudscape conference
The Microsoft Centre
Rue Montoyer, 51
1000 Brussels.

Register at CloudScape website. Seating is limited.

Are you part of a FP7 or H2020 project?
Discover how the AppHub marketplace will help users identify and implement the software outcomes of your project. Learn how you can leverage AppHub to implement an efficient dissemination and market outreach strategy.
AppHub supports the market outreach strategies of EU-supported open source initiatives by bringing the market to you. The AppHub marketplace helps users to seamlessly identify, position and implement the software outcomes of your projects. Components delivered by cloud-oriented projects are conveniently identified and positioned in the Open Cloud Directory.

Who should attend:

- FP7 and H2020 collaborative projects
- open source projects
- open source policy managers

Open source provides an efficient framework for cooperation and IP management and that makes it a powerful enabler for collaborative innovation. It is wrong however to assume that making the source available automatically attracts contributors and grants immediate market access. Open source as a convenient process is not the same as open source as a business strategy.  AppHub provides a distribution channel to facilitate the connection between EU-supported open source projects and their potential markets.

- AppHub overview
- Platform demonstration
- Quickstart guidance
- Communication outlook
- Open source charter

Come and discover how AppHub will help you develop a successful dissemination and exploitation strategy.
Also, come and meet the AppHub consortium with their unparalleled expertise in open source community management, EU research projects and a breakthrough technology in software asset management.

Speakers include:

  • Cédric Thomas, OW2
  • Alexandre Lefebvre, UShareSoft
  • Peter Deussen, Fraunhofer Institute

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