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News Release

Jul 14, 2016

Auriga’s Experts to Participate in CEE-SECR 2016

secr_2016_logo-site.pngFor the ninth year in a row, Auriga is participating in one of the most dynamic annual IT events in Central and Eastern Europe, the Software Engineering Conference in Russia (CEE-SECR), which will take place on October 28–30 in Moscow. Nearly 1,000 participants and honorable speakers from more than 20 countries will meet together to discuss this year’s trending topics: Internet of Things, Big Data, cloud computing, IT in healthcare, Mesh apps, advanced machine learning, mission-critical software, SoA, programming for robots, and more.

CEE-SECR is one of the largest collaboration platforms for sharing experiences and ideas, expanding knowledge, and networking with leading experts of the global and Russian IT markets. This year, the organizers have 100+ exciting events planned for the two main days of the conference. The conference program will include recognized IT gurus, panel discussions, workshops, and reports selected on a competitive basis from more than 150 submissions.

We are proud to note that the reports of Auriga’s experts have been regularly included in the event’s program. In 2016, eight of Auriga’s employees submitted seven presentations to the SECR Program Committee.

1. From first power-on to OS booting: Software solutions for hardware issues, Vasiliy Zakharov

The report investigates the process of ARM SoC-based device designing from the point of view of a system software engineer.

2. Software development within the cloud environment, Stanislav Krasnobaev

The report presents a comprehensive review of the approach to cloud software development and deployment environment, describes the main components of cloud environment development and testing infrastructure, and contains an overview of the existing development and testing open-source ready-to-use cloud frameworks.

3. Pre-commissioning testing of IoT server-side functionality, Leonid Migunov

This presentation seeks to highlight the issue of the testability of a system before its commissioning, including preparation activities and conditions necessary to carry out tests.

4. HL7 security – Plans and reality, Alexey Antropov

In this report, the author examines HL7 versions and the complicated history of their development and implementation.

5. Apache Ignite as alternative to Hadoop platform for remote wearable sensor data collection and analysis system development as in the case of a Holter ECG device, Sergey Platov, Oleg Dyrdin

In this presentation, the authors share their experience in using Apache Ignite as a NoHadoop platform to develop a web service for the distributed monitoring and processing of data generated by wearable Holter ECG devices.

6. The evolution of computing system’s remote control ideology from PICMG/IPMI to RedFish/OData, Sergey Lagutkin

This report examines the evolution of computing system’s remote control ideology. The remote control standard structure has evolved from “extensive definition” byte-describing integral form to protocol/data model divided pattern with wide usage of well-known standards. The new approach helps to accelerate the development as well as to reduce total cost of solution.

7. MySQL’s Strengths for High-Loaded Systems, Aleksei Kopytov

In this presentation, the author discusses MySQL’s strengths and its features that allow it to power the most scalable and highly loaded web projects.


Detailed information on these and the rest of the reports can be found on the event’s website. Submitted papers will be reviewed by the Program Committee, and only the best of the best will be included in the conference program. All the votes cast for the presentations on the website will also be considered.

We kindly invite you to vote for your preferred reports, and we look forward to meeting you in October at the Digital October Center in Moscow.



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