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OSFF London 2022: Hot Topics 2 Cloud | Payments | Blockchain Track

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    Podcast: Building an Open Source Payment System

    In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Sebastian Javier Marchano, Developer for Taler System and founder and organizer of the React.js Buenos Aires Community. Sebastian will be taking the stage at the FINOS Open Source in Finance Forum (OSFF) on July 13th in London talking about "Building an Open Source Payment System" specifically with GNU Taler. But then we get into the value of open sourcing a payments system, some central bank talk, and open source benefits in general.Sebastian's OSFF Talk - July 13 London: https://sched.co/13tHa

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    Building an Open Source Payment Center

    Faster than credit card transactions, more efficient than Bitcoin, as private as email and free as GPL. GNU Taler is a payment system that you can install, modify and use for payments, withdrawals, tips and more. In this workshop, we will start with the basic concepts and components of GNU Taler and later jump into building a payment system from the command line. In the process, we will see how it can get integrated with the current bank's API, and test the experience of selling and buying with digital money. In the end, you will learn that a digital payment system is possible without compromising people's privacy or creating a digital asset in a distributed ledger.

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    Reducing the Barrier to Entry for Blockchain by Leveraging the Capabilities of Kubernetes

    The Google Cloud Financial Services Industry Solutions team has released an open source blueprint solution for regulatory reporting, which can help transform the data supply chain in the regulatory reporting process to produce timely and reliable reports.The solution leverages an open ecosystem of frameworks which allows leveraging the scalability and economics of cloud in an accessible and portable manner.In this talk, the Google Cloud Financial Services Industry Solutions team will present the solution, the important role of open source, and areas where collaborators can get involved to further advance it.

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    Podcast: Mission Critical Data, & Evaluating the Community in OSS Tech

    In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Mick Semb Wever, Principal Architect, The Apache Software Foundation for the Apache Cassandra Project, and Principal Architect at DataStax working in Professional Services. We talk about "Mission Critical Data, and Evaluating the Community in OSS Tech". Plus, we discuss if open source is up to the challenge of continuous delivery needed to keep up with the financial services industry, and how FSI companies can spend more time and resources on open source, and more.

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    Mission Critical Data & Evaluating the Community in OSS Tech

    Apache Cassandra is used in the critical path of most Global Banks yet one might ask why it’s so important in so many financial institutions.A modernised, cloud native data platform is table stakes as we face new challenges and possibilities. Today, we see this in open banking, cryptocurrencies, data governance, etc. requiring faster, more automated, and accountable data applications at lower operational overheads. While we broadly utilise open source tech to solve these challenges around speed, elasticity, cost and operational overhead, and data governance - is open source really up to the task? Are communities involved in these technologies ready to continuously deliver?In this session Mick Semb Wever, PMC Chair for Apache Cassandra and Services Leader at DataStax, will discuss how Apache Cassandra, having established itself as THE NoSQL database over the last decade, has re-energised its community and feature development and talk about how ING, Danske Bank and MobilePay leverage open source for real-time payments, fraud detection and KYC. This will be backed up with working code examples and demo applications the audience can use for themselves.

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    Not All Blockchains Are Created Equal

    Web3 introduces a new outlook on how many will interact in the digital world. This panel covers the shift from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0, and how it impacts our digital identity, and transacting in the digital world to purchase digital assets such as NFTs. NFTs are a class of assets underpinning the worlds of digital art, digital collectibles, metaverse gaming, and beyond, that have exploded in popularity. At the same time, they have been met with skepticism, tainted by market hype, and associated with energy-intensive PoW consensus mechanisms. However, not all NFTs are equal.

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    Proactive & Polymorphic Adaptation of Multi-cloud Deployments

    During the session, entitled: “Proactive and polymorphic adaptation of multi-cloud deployments”, Alicja & Pawel will present how to implement Multi-Cloud native strategies using an advanced open-source framework. Such framework allows for Cloud-agnostic Cross-Cloud deployment and optimized management of a Cloud application based on flexible monitoring, context-aware maximization of the application owner’s utility of the deployed application, and autonomic reconfiguration based on the application’s current execution context. During this session, speakers will provide a practical introduction to Multi-Cloud application modelling, configuration, deployment, and adaptation. All stages of the Cloud deployment planning and designing process will be shown. Also, all the key steps in the deployment and autonomic application management will be demonstrated.

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    Timebase CE, with Connectivity to Crypto Exchanges

    Timebase CE, with Connectivity to Crypto Exchanges