OW2con'16 Sponsors

Gold Sponsors



The nonprofit Mozilla Foundation is the organizational home of the Mozilla Project, a global community and public interest initiative that believes the Web should be open and accessible to all. To protect the Web as a public resource and empower its users, the foundation creates open source products, teach 21st-century skills and spur grassroots advocacy campaigns. All this is made possible by full-time staff and thousands of volunteers around the world.

Silver Sponsors



Engineering Group is the major Italian player in IT design, outsourcing, product and consulting services on all vertical markets, with more than 6.000 people and 37 offices in Italy, Ireland, Belgium and Latin America. Engineering Group has one of the largest Research & Innovation departments, relying on 250 researchers, which includes Engineering's Open Source Competence Center. It manages the free/open source SpagoWorld Initiative, based on four main projects: SpagoBI, the Open Source Business Intelligence platform; Spagic, the Open Source SOA Universal Middleware; Spago4Q, the Open Source platform for Quality of Software products, processes and services; Spago, the Open Source Java Enterprise Framework.


Inria, the French National Institute for computer science and applied mathematics, promotes “scientific excellence for technology transfer and society”. Graduates from the world’s top universities, Inria's 2,700 employees rise to the challenges of digital sciences. With this open, agile model, Inria is able to explore original approaches with its partners in industry and academia and provide an efficient response to the multidisciplinary and application challenges of the digital transformation. Inria transfers expertise and research results to companies (startups, SMEs and major groups) in fields as diverse as healthcare, transport, energy, communications, security and privacy protection, smart cities and the factory of the future.


TripleCheck is focused on software originality. We build the tech to find out which parts of your code are not original and pinpoint applicable licenses automatically. Once you see what is not OK with your code, comes the question: "What do I do now?" This is where the term licensing quality becomes relevant and where our tooling guides you to correctly mark the software from third-party authors.

Bronze Sponsors



ActiveEon is an innovative software editor in distributed and parallel infrastructures, for Cloud platforms. ActiveEon serves national and international clients, such as CEA, L’ORÉAL, SeaEngineering (US), Home Office (UK), etc. ActiveEon offers ProActive, a suite of Software solutions available in SaaS mode:  Workflows & Scheduling is a complete workload scheduler that distributes and simplifies the execution of applications, featuring a workflow orchestrator and a resources manager, also featuring data transfer and License cost optimization; Parallel Scientific Toolbox a solution that allows the distribution and the acceleration of Big Data processing in R Language, Spark, Hadoop, Matlab, Scilab, etc. on Clusters, Grids or Clouds; Cloud Automation automates the deployment and management of complex multi-VMs applications, managing heterogeneous and hybrid environments (multi-vendor private, public and hybrid clouds).


UShareSoft, a Fujitsu company, helps enterprises build, migrate and govern applications for hybrid IT including virtual datacenters, and public, private or hybrid clouds. Part of the Fujitsu Group, UShareSoft also leads Fujitsu’s European cloud software R&D center.


Ikoula is creator of web hosting and application hosting solutions. Founded in 1998, the French hosting provider owns its Data Centers located in France (Picardie and Champagne-Ardennes). With years of experience in virtualization, Ikoula has been successful in adapting its infrastructure to play a decisive role within the Cloud Computing revolution, offering Private Cloud and Public Cloud solutions. The company places innovation, simplicity and customer satisfaction at the heart of its solutions. With adapted commercial offers, Ikoula is able to serve professionals and very small businesses as well as SME and large companies. Visit: www.ikoula.com

Collaborative Projects



AppHub is the European Open Source Market Place that provides a neutral distribution channel for trustworthy software developed by EU-supported projects and open source SMEs in general. The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement No 645096. Apphub project partners are Fraunhofer Fokus (Germany), UShareSoft (France) and OW2 (France). More


CHOReVOLUTION develops a technology based on dynamic choreographies to develop applications that can support a large number or service providers and consumers of different and changing shapes in the context of the Future Internet.  The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme (H2020-ICT 9-2014) and is run by a consortium of 8 partners bringing together industry leaders and innovative startups, academic and institutional partners and open source community expertise. More


The OCCIware project aims at developing a formal framework as well as tools for modelization, design, deployment and execution of every computing resource as a service. OCCIware is developed by a consortium of ten partners bringing together industry leaders and innovative startups, academic and institutional partners and open source community expertise. OCCIware received funding from the French Fonds national pour la Société Numérique (FSN). More

Media Partners


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