Application : Management Platform for IP Based Media Service (IMS) Applications
Resource Management Platform is a proposal to develop an event based platform that leverages AXP, Services Gateway Initiative (OSGI), Jini and JavaSpaces technologies to enable deployment of IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) applications based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP); more specifically, the Call Section Control Function (CSCF) components. It will have admission control mechanisms to manage Call processing.
This solution improves infrastructure manageability for large scale IMS applications. Such a platform will potentially be useful to enable deployment of high-performance, network-based SaaS (Software as a Service) or Cloud Computing solutions at the network edge by leveraging AXP.
Cisco AXP Contest: Team Jin Jin Video
Team Jin Jin
Meet Leonardo Gonçalves, Rogério Augusto, and Alexandre Rodrigues from Brazil (6:50 min)
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Leonardo worked for several ISPs in various roles as network adminstrator and java programmer for IT consulting firms and finally as software architect in high-performance JavaEE based projects. He is passionate about parallel programming, distributed computing and more recently semantic web and its applications on software engineering.
Leonardo was the winner of the OpenSpaces Developer Challenge, a worldwide programming contest using the Gigaspaces application server. He says,"If we win, my portion of the money will be used to set up a fund for my own business." He enjoys reading about various technologies in the field of computer science. When he is not developing code, he prefers to spend time with family and friends, walk in the park, or watch a movie.
Rogerio has over 10 years of experience in systems development, the last five as a JavaEE architect in the development of mission-critical software solutions with JavaEE and JBoss. He is currently attending a PhD course in Computer Engineer and Digital Systems at Polytechnic School from University of São Paulo (EP-USP). Rogerio earned a Master Degree in Computer Science in 2007. His research was in the area of Distributed Systems and the Grid Computing Platform.
He enjoys being with family and friends, cooking, organizing barbecues, playing, and chatting.
Alexandre has been working with Computing Systems for nearly 15 years at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP). Since 2000, he has been working with Java Technology, and is currently involved with the administration and support of corporate IT systems. He says, "The very use of science to simplify our lives makes me a happy professional".
He is excited by the prospect of seeing their proposal run on Cisco ISR. Should he win, he intends to use the money to create courses, and contribute to social projects where he participates as volunteer. He loves to chat with friends and exchange ideas, read about politics.