The FASTEN project wants to support DevOps teams and help developers tracking, managing and mastering dependencies.
FASTEN’s goal is to develop a toolchain that is provisioning and collecting project information, security alerts, and repositories from well-known and widely used services. It merges this information into a data stream, performs analysis, stores it, and, consequently, builds a call-graph for each analyzed project. The gathered information is made available through a REST API and Web UI and performs continuous integration to provide developers with updated and sanitized versions of their dependencies.
One part of this toolchain will be an Open Source license analysis. This analysis should perform a verification and compatibility check on licenses used in Open Source projects and facilitate development from a user perspective as well as create industry-relevant information on license infringements. This functionality shall be presented in this talk.
FASTEN has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. It is carried out by a Consortium composed of AUEB, TUDelft, University of Milan-Bicocca, Endocode, OW2, SIG, and XWIKI.
Michele Scarlato received a BS degree in Internet Science in 2008 and a Master’s degree in Computer Science in 2012 from the University of Bologna, Italy. In 2014 he achieved his second Master’s degree in Computer Science with a specialization in Networks and Telematics at Murcia University. In 2020 obtained a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cagliari University. He also worked as a network and system administrator in Telecom Italia, Fairmail, IZSLER, Unicredit Bank, and DevOps in Quentral. His main research interests cover Next Generation Networking (mainly SDN and ICN) and Blockchain. He collaborated with Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), South Korea, after visiting the Institute in 2017, during his Ph.D. course, thanks to a “Pierre-Marie Curie” scholarship. He is currently working within the Fasten project (Horizon 2020 - grant agreement 825328 ) for Endocode to develop the License Compliance plugin.
Wed 12 MayDisplayed time zone: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd change
10:30 - 13:10
|Open source experiences in AI and DataViz for manufacturing market|
Grazia Cazzin Engineering
|Building a sustainable and ethical business model on top of Open Source : the case of XWiki|
Clément Aubin XWiki
|OSS License compliance within the FASTEN Project|
Michele Scarlato Endocode
|The Melodic project: a business story|
Konrad Wawruch 7bulls.com
|RIOS (Rete Italiana Open Source): an open source business association|
Stefano Pampaloni RIOS
|City of Paris: a journey to open source|
Philippe Bareille City of Paris
|Real world impact on adopting an Open Source software strategy in a global automotive company|
Industrial TrackFile Attached
|Top 10 challenges of the open source ecosystem|
Cédric Thomas OW2