Real Time Web Solutions Agenda | August 1–4, 2016 | New York

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Tracks

Tuesday, August 02, 2016
8:30am
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Continental Breakfast
X-01
  
9:00am
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Real Time Web Track
Defining the Real Time Web
A1-1
PKE Consulting LLC & UC Strategies.com
This session is designed to introduce business and non-technical attendees to the real Time Web. The session will cover the origins of WebRTC, the concepts of a Media Engine and its purpose in a IP edge device and the concepts of triangles and trapezoids. The session will contrast WebRTC and SIP as well as discuss how WebRTC can be used to generate new capabilities. The session will include an analysis of the potential impact of WebRTC contrasted with the impact of the browser/web and VoIP.
University Track
WebRTC University Session 1
U-01
Standards Play
Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Washington University, St. Louis
WebRTC University, taught by Dr. Dan Burnett and Dr. Alan Johnston, will provide you with the latest about WebRTC standards and deployments and real-world interoperability, and get you started in analyzing, coding, and troubleshooting WebRTC applications! Starting with the basics, we will introduce WebRTC and show you how to setup a development environment on your PC for node.js. You will learn WebRTC APIs such as getUserMedia and RTCPeerConnection on Chrome and Firefox browsers. We will introduce media protocols such as SRTP, and NAT traversal protocols such as STUN, TURN, and ICE. You will learn how to analyze WebRTC packets using Wireshark and interpret WebRTC internal information from the browsers. We will step you through a simple signaling channel, client-side, and server-side programming. Key topics such as security including DTLS and privacy will also be covered.
  Real Time Web Track
  University Track
10:00am
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Real Time Web Track
Should You Incorporate Real Time into your App?
A1-2
Blacc Spot Media
PKE Consulting LLC & UC Strategies.com
Voxbone
IDC
With Real Time emerging as the new capability for apps, a key question is whether it is time to add Real time to your Application. This session will focus on understanding the values of real Time in applications and how to evaluate the impact on your application.
University Track
WebRTC University Session 2
U-02
Standards Play
Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Washington University, St. Louis
WebRTC University, taught by Dr. Dan Burnett and Dr. Alan Johnston, will provide you with the latest about WebRTC standards and deployments and real-world interoperability, and get you started in analyzing, coding, and troubleshooting WebRTC applications! Starting with the basics, we will introduce WebRTC and show you how to setup a development environment on your PC for node.js. You will learn WebRTC APIs such as getUserMedia and RTCPeerConnection on Chrome and Firefox browsers. We will introduce media protocols such as SRTP, and NAT traversal protocols such as STUN, TURN, and ICE. You will learn how to analyze WebRTC packets using Wireshark and interpret WebRTC internal information from the browsers. We will step you through a simple signaling channel, client-side, and server-side programming. Key topics such as security including DTLS and privacy will also be covered.
  Real Time Web Track
  University Track
11:00am
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Real Time Web Track
Redefining the Customer Experience with the Real Time Web?
A1-3
3CLogic
Frozen Mountain Software
WebRTC enables a variety of new ways to interact with your customers. This session will examine the opportunity to change the relationship using the tools that WebRTC enables and can be delivered through the web or mobile apps.
University Track
WebRTC University Session 3
U-03
Standards Play
Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Washington University, St. Louis
WebRTC University, taught by Dr. Dan Burnett and Dr. Alan Johnston, will provide you with the latest about WebRTC standards and deployments and real-world interoperability, and get you started in analyzing, coding, and troubleshooting WebRTC applications! Starting with the basics, we will introduce WebRTC and show you how to setup a development environment on your PC for node.js. You will learn WebRTC APIs such as getUserMedia and RTCPeerConnection on Chrome and Firefox browsers. We will introduce media protocols such as SRTP, and NAT traversal protocols such as STUN, TURN, and ICE. You will learn how to analyze WebRTC packets using Wireshark and interpret WebRTC internal information from the browsers. We will step you through a simple signaling channel, client-side, and server-side programming. Key topics such as security including DTLS and privacy will also be covered.
  Real Time Web Track
  University Track
12:00pm
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Lunch
X-02
  
1:00pm
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Real Time Web Track
Video Codecs and the Future
A1-4
Spirent Communications
Dialogic
There are many new changes coming in video codecs. This session will examine both the technical aspects as well as the choices between h.265, vp-9 and other emerging Codecs.
University Track
WebRTC University Session 4
U-04
Standards Play
Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Washington University, St. Louis
WebRTC University, taught by Dr. Dan Burnett and Dr. Alan Johnston, will provide you with the latest about WebRTC standards and deployments and real-world interoperability, and get you started in analyzing, coding, and troubleshooting WebRTC applications! Starting with the basics, we will introduce WebRTC and show you how to setup a development environment on your PC for node.js. You will learn WebRTC APIs such as getUserMedia and RTCPeerConnection on Chrome and Firefox browsers. We will introduce media protocols such as SRTP, and NAT traversal protocols such as STUN, TURN, and ICE. You will learn how to analyze WebRTC packets using Wireshark and interpret WebRTC internal information from the browsers. We will step you through a simple signaling channel, client-side, and server-side programming. Key topics such as security including DTLS and privacy will also be covered.
  Real Time Web Track
  University Track
2:00pm
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Real Time Web Track
Defining the Real Time Web Eco-system and the overall stack required for the real-time Web
A1-5
PKE Consulting LLC & UC Strategies.com
Digium
Delivering on the promise of the Real Time Web requires a complete view of the solutions. This session will include an overview of the entire stack required to deliver Real Time services as well as an overview of the WebRTC Ecosystem. WebRTC World has developed a complete eco-system of implementers, providers, users, and developers. Understanding the stack and the ecosystem is critical for anyone planning a major WebRTC deployment and looking to understand how to engage to deliver a complete solution.
University Track
WebRTC University Session 5
U-05
Standards Play
Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Washington University, St. Louis
WebRTC University, taught by Dr. Dan Burnett and Dr. Alan Johnston, will provide you with the latest about WebRTC standards and deployments and real-world interoperability, and get you started in analyzing, coding, and troubleshooting WebRTC applications! Starting with the basics, we will introduce WebRTC and show you how to setup a development environment on your PC for node.js. You will learn WebRTC APIs such as getUserMedia and RTCPeerConnection on Chrome and Firefox browsers. We will introduce media protocols such as SRTP, and NAT traversal protocols such as STUN, TURN, and ICE. You will learn how to analyze WebRTC packets using Wireshark and interpret WebRTC internal information from the browsers. We will step you through a simple signaling channel, client-side, and server-side programming. Key topics such as security including DTLS and privacy will also be covered.
  Real Time Web Track
  University Track
3:00pm
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Real Time Web Track
Security Challenges in the Real Time Web
A1-6
Ingate Systems
QUOBIS
Security is a major challenge today, As the Real Time Web emerges, these security concerns will grow. This session will focus on both the challenges and the solutions to real Time Web security.
University Track
WebRTC University Session 6
U-06
Standards Play
Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Washington University, St. Louis
WebRTC University, taught by Dr. Dan Burnett and Dr. Alan Johnston, will provide you with the latest about WebRTC standards and deployments and real-world interoperability, and get you started in analyzing, coding, and troubleshooting WebRTC applications! Starting with the basics, we will introduce WebRTC and show you how to setup a development environment on your PC for node.js. You will learn WebRTC APIs such as getUserMedia and RTCPeerConnection on Chrome and Firefox browsers. We will introduce media protocols such as SRTP, and NAT traversal protocols such as STUN, TURN, and ICE. You will learn how to analyze WebRTC packets using Wireshark and interpret WebRTC internal information from the browsers. We will step you through a simple signaling channel, client-side, and server-side programming. Key topics such as security including DTLS and privacy will also be covered.
  Real Time Web Track
  University Track
4:00pm
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Keynote Session
Keynote Presentation
K-01
NYJavaSIG
  Keynote Session
4:30pm
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Keynote Session
Keynote Presentation: Browsing into the Future
K-01a
Vivaldi Technologies
  Keynote Session
5:00-7:00pm
Tuesday - 8/2/2016
Real Time Web Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Reception
X-03
  
Wednesday, August 03, 2016
8:00am
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Continental Breakfast - Exhibits Open
X-04
  
9:00am
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Real Time Web Applications Track
Choosing Your Paradigm
A2-1
Garanti Technology
Temasys
Communications used to be represented by a simple phone call. Today, communications can be a session, a room, a conference, or a totally ne mechanism. This session will focus on how to use the Real Time capabilities in your app and which is the best paradigm for your users to understand and use.
Developing Real Time Web Track
Choosing Your Real Time Web Development Path
D2-1
Genband
Blacc Spot Media
Standards Play
Telmate
This workshop will focus on ways to best deploy a Real Time Web Solutions. The session will focus on the available development options in the market today and which is best suited to your application. The session will cover available tools from Service Providers, WebRTC cloud platforms and other platforms and tools and how they can be used to optimize your WebRTC deployment and reduce operational issues and cost.
  Real Time Web Applications Track
  Developing Real Time Web Track
10:00am
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Real Time Web Applications Track
Should You Deliver a Platform?
A2-2
CafeX Communications
Sonus
OnSIP
IDC
Intel
Considering a Real Time capability in an applications or business presents the option to have your solution be a platform for other to develop value on top of. This session will examine the challenges and value of delivering a platform with APIs and SDKs for developers.
Developing Real Time Web Track
How to Get Started Building Your First WebRTC Application
D2-2
Phone.com
OnSIP
CoSMo Software, LLC
Knowing where to start with WebRTC can be tough. The aim of this session is to guide you through getting started with WebRTC, as well as helping guide you in knowing what’s possible with WebRTC. What are people building with the technology today? End users don’t care about the technology, only the end experience. Start building next-generation applications today with WebRTC. Utilize the Media channel as well as the Data channel. Interested in building communications applications? Maybe even online games? WebRTC has so many different possible applications it’s almost limited to your imagination. Come get started with WebRTC today.
  Real Time Web Applications Track
  Developing Real Time Web Track
11:00am
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Keynote Session
Keynote Presentation: CafeX Real Time Web Solutions
K-02
CafeX Communications
  Keynote Session
11:30 am
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Keynote Session
Keynote Presentation by Agora: The Internet Is Today’s Real-Time Network
K-05
Agora.io
Agora.io
  Keynote Session
12:00pm
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Lunch - Exhibits Open
X-05
  
1:00pm
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Real Time Web Applications Track
New Use Cases
A2-3
Dialogic
Genband
This session will examine how WebRTC can transform cloud communications services and the 911 Emergency network.
Developing Real Time Web Track
User Experience Best Practices
D2-3
FACEmeeting
Dialogue.io (callstats.io)
FACEmeeting
This session will focus on the user experience and how to optimize it to make your WebRTC implementation both futuristic and cutting-edge. The session will focus on key issues in traditional user experiences and how they have been successfully implemented in WebRTC solutions. The session will include an innovate presentation and demonstration of WebRTC based virtual reality, augmented reality and holographic video sessions.
  Real Time Web Applications Track
  Developing Real Time Web Track
2:00pm
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Real Time Web Applications Track
Best Practices in Enriching Customer Engagement with WebRTC and Mobile Technology
A2-4
Dialexia
Voice4Net
The bulk of WebRTC development has historically focused on helping companies lower expenses and increase productivity for their call centers and support agents. This session flips that around and focuses on the opportunities to utilize WebRTC to enrich the customer experience, increasing overall customer satisfaction and loyalty. Based on primary research and customer interviews, we will share our findings about the specific needs, requirements, and use-cases that companies are looking for in customer-facing WebRTC solutions. During the talk, we will also share best practices on integrating WebRTC and mobile technologies to address some of the key challenges including quality-of-service, security, and privacy.
Developing Real Time Web Track
Standards Update and Directions
D2-4
CoSMo Software, LLC
Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Washington University, St. Louis
In this session key leaders and contributors to the IETF and W3C standards efforts will report on the progress of the standards and how they will come to conclusion and release. This session will be critical in helping understand when to start your WebRTC development and release.
  Real Time Web Applications Track
  Developing Real Time Web Track
3:00pm
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Real Time Web Applications Track
The Sum of the Parts is Much Greater: WebRTC’s Role in the Next Wave of Disruption
A2-5
PKE Consulting LLC & UC Strategies.com
TMC
Cognizant
NetFoundry
The session will focus on the premise that WebRTC is a technology that is best positioned as one of many enabling technologies that needs to be combined with others to achieve its full potential. The presentation will outline other emerging technologies and how WebRTC can be used to create a disruptive solution. The session will provide examples of companies working on the next wave of digital disruption with a specific focus around how WebRTC is and could be used.
Developing Real Time Web Track
New Programming Practices in the Real Time Web
D2-5
CoSMo Software, LLC
PubNub
Dialogic
Digium
Rethinking how to program in the new world requires a change in mind set. The way we build applications has changed over the years as we went from pure client server of the desktop, to web based apps, and now to mobile. Virtually every part of the stack has changed: the database, the languages and the runtime. However, the network itself has remained pretty much the same since the early 90s: point to point communication with a star topology. What if we could make the network itself smarter? What if the network itself could securely move data where it needs to go, with the server acting only as an air traffic controller? This would completely change how we write large software and eliminate the need for costly server scaling. In this session we will explore stream oriented computing, a new pattern of programming that lets the network do the heavy lifting.
  Real Time Web Applications Track
  Developing Real Time Web Track
4:00pm
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Keynote Session
Keynote Presentation by Intel
K-03
Intel Software Group
  Keynote Session
4:30pm
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Keynote Session
Keynote Presentation by Nexmo: Harnessing the Power of Contextual Customer Communications
K-07
From in-app communication, to notifications-turned-apps, to chat apps-turned-platforms, the UX of brands is evolving. Traditional communications methods have not scaled, and for many leading innovators like Uber and Airbnb, they have implemented peer-to-peer, in-app communication capabilities to keep up with customers’ demands for more personalized experience. However, brands have struggled to maintain the context of multiple conversations, regardless of the channel. In this keynote, Roland Selmer, Product Lead for Nexmo, will discuss how to achieve contextual communication in a multi-channel environment to reduce friction and greatly improve customer satisfaction.
  Keynote Session
5:00pm
Wednesday - 8/3/2016
Idea Sharing Networking Reception - Exhibits Open - Featuring Live RTC Demos
X-06
  
Thursday, August 04, 2016
8:00am
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Continental Breakfast - Exhibits Open
X-07
  
9:00am
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Real Time Web Applications Track
Enhancing Financial Services with the Real Time Web
A3-1
A number of Financial Services companies and applications have deployed a real-time Web capability. This session wil examine some of those deployments and how they were defined and the decisions that were made to deliver the solution. Also the impact and adoption of these new capabiliteis wil be discussed.
Developing Real Time Web Track
Deploying Your Real Time Application - What are the Options?
D3-1
Mera Software Services
Frozen Mountain Software
This panel will discuss the options for deployment, from using services that are available, the range of cloud hosting options as well as self-deployment. The focus will be on choosing the right deployment environment for your solution.
Mobile Real Time Web Track
Choosing The Right Mobile Development Paradigm
M3-1
Agora.io
Microsoft
Microsoft
Mobile is clearly where the Real Time Web is exploding. With the advent of WebRTC support in Mobile browsers there are now multiple ways to develop for the mobile environment. This panel will discuss native OS, Java, and browser/JavaScript options and how they contrast for development time, complexity, support, and deployment.
  Real Time Web Applications Track
  Developing Real Time Web Track
  Mobile Real Time Web Track
10:00am
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Real Time Web Applications Track
Using the real Time Web for Communications Enabled Business Processes
A3-2
Telmate
Vertical
For a number of years Unified Communications has promised not only to enhance communications and collaboration for Knowledge Workers through integration with their productivity apps, but also to enable using communications and collaboration to transform formal business processes from order entry to operations. However, these integrations have proved to be very complex and hard to implement. The real Time Web opens the door to using web APIs and mash up technologies to achieve this integration. This session will examine how these technologies will change business processes.
Developing Real Time Web Track
Deploying Media and TURN Server Platforms for a Real time Web Solution
D3-2
Primo Select
Aira.IO
This unique session will focus on two key topics in the Real Time Web environment, media services and assuring access. As real time Web Solution roll out the need for both Media Servers as well as TURN servers is critical for both scale and optimal experiences for users behind firewalls and on Mobile devices. This session will examine the available options for deploying these services as well as ow to integrate them into your application. In addition, as the Real Time Web becomes mainstream the need to accommodate a full range of challenged individuals will be required, both for adoption as well as for regulatory compliance. This session will focus on how to use techniques to optimize the experience or visual and hearing challenged individuals in the emerging real Time Web experience.ring challenged individuals in the emerging real Time Web experience.
Mobile Real Time Web Track
Integrating Wearables into a Mobile Real Time Solution
M3-2
Aira.IO
Plantronics
A key element of the mobile experience s the integration into the wearable devices that define how mobile users communicate. This session will focus on these devices and how they change the mobile experience.
  Real Time Web Applications Track
  Developing Real Time Web Track
  Mobile Real Time Web Track
11:00am
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Keynote Session
Keynote Presentation by Ampersand: How to Scale and Secure a Cloud-based Real-time Communication API to 50,000 Simultaneous Calls
K-04
Ampersand
Today's cloud infrastructure providers have made it easier than ever to provision and deploy a communication enablement API. It's one thing though to stand up a few servers to prototype a cloud API platform, and another thing entirely to build it to be fault tolerant, secure, and to seamlessly scale to high transaction and session volumes. This talk will explore the key elements of an architecture designed to meet these challenges, and highlight the role that webRTC and cloud-based Session Border Controllers can play in the solution.
  Keynote Session
11:30am
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Plenary Panel Discussion
How will Real Time Change the Web of Today
P3-1
Blacc Spot Media
Agora.io
Nexmo
GENBAND
Temasys Communications
IDC
The integration into the web and mobile applications will change both the operation of the web as well as most applications. This panel will examine how the web will change as Rea time becomes common across the full range of applications. The panel will also focus on what Real time is and how it is different than other web services.
  Plenary Panel Discussion
12:00-1:00pm
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Lunch - Exhibits Open
X-08
  
1:00pm
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Keynote Session
Keynote Presentation by Xura: Hybrid Deployment for RTC PaaS
K-06
Everyone today knows about the benefits of Platform-as-a-Service and the cloud in terms of cap-ex & op-ex savings, as well as overall system reliability. However, some organisations are still unable to take full advantage of PaaS and the cloud. This can be because of specific privacy and data handling requirements within their industry vertical, or it can be due to organization issues such as corporate policy, institutional resistance-to-change, and vested interests. Hybrid deployment can help these organizations by enabling them to leverage the cloud while still having key components installed on-premise. Using a hybrid deployment means you can get some of the benefits of the cloud while still keeping complete control over your sensitive data, without the expense or complexity of a completely on-premise deployment. This session will describe the benefits of hybrid deployment for RTC and show that combining this with opaque identities and external/delegated authentication can provide organizations with many of the benefits of the cloud while giving them complete control over their data with (at least) as good security as they would have with a fully on-premise platform.
  Keynote Session
1:30pm
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Plenary Panel Discussion
What is Next in the Web Age of Communications?
P3-2
PKE Consulting LLC & UC Strategies.com
Primo Connect
Vertical
Agora.io
Intel Software Group
The real Time Web is major transformation in communications and the overall industry. This panel will examine the trends, technologies, and business models that are emerging in the new web based communications and collaboration world. The p[anle will look forward to 2016 and 2017 and how teh emerging real time Web will change teh marketplace and what the major changes will be.
  Plenary Panel Discussion
2:15pm
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Summary Comments
X-09
  
2:30pm
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Real Time Web Applications Track
Transforming Health Care with the Real time Web
A3-3
Agora.io
Kurento
E-health is a domain where complex information needs to be exchanged instantly in a universal and ubiquitous way. The specificities of health-care in terms of security, auditability, interoperability and reliability make inappropriate many of the off-the-shelf solutions available in the market. This makes necessary the creation of specific developments that may generate cost-adoption barriers. This session will examine real life experiences delivering health care solutions using WebRTC and the Real Time Web.
Developing Real Time Web Track
Delivering a Quality Experience in the Real Time Web
D3-3
Mojo Lingo
Dialogue.io (callstats.io)
The advent of the Real time Web means that developers have to worry about websockets, WebRTC, SPDY and then HTTP2, and answer questions like ‘how do you live in a world full of HTTP1.1 and HTTP2?’ and ‘how do you get more visibility into what’s going on during your active WebRTC sessions?’. Businesses are now trying to figure out how WebRTC can be of benefit to them and how they should use it to it’s fullest advantages. The web has become very real-time and 3 dimensional, and it’s a somewhat confusing place to be for those who don’t know how to make the most of it. This session will focus on how to understand what is happening and how it impacts the user experience you are delivering in your application.
Mobile Real Time Web Track
Real Time Mobile Beyond Voice and Video
M3-3
Ashkelon academy, Computer Science Department
A key component of the Real time Web is delivering services beyond voice and video. This session will examine how the Real Time Web and WebRTC protocols can be used to deliver advanced services including navigation and IoT capabilities.
  Real Time Web Applications Track
  Developing Real Time Web Track
  Mobile Real Time Web Track
3:30pm
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Real Time Web Applications Track
Remote Learning with the Real Time Web
A3-4
Mera Software Services
Voice4Net
The real Time Web is changing the way education is done. This session will examine new applications using the Real time web for distance learning and advanced education. This session will examine how the Real Time Web is opening new doors and transforming the educations experience.
Developing Real Time Web Track
Building a High-efficient and Scalable WebRTC-based Communication Platform for Cloud
D3-4
Intel
We are entering the era of Internet of Things, and there will be 33 billion of connected devices by 2020. WebRTC has proven to be the promising internet-based technology and building block which can help people and devices connect with each other easily through video/audio calls and data channels. Furthermore, to support such large amount of devices with different capabilities and various application scenarios, like video conferencing and live broadcasting, building a high-efficient and scalable communication platform on server side is another and even more critical mission for us. In this session, we will discuss about the principles of building a WebRTC-based communication platform for either private or public cloud. Topics include wide client protocol connectivity, intelligent stream routing, media processing and acceleration, distributed cluster scheduling and auto scaling, high availability, etc. To make it more concrete, the practice of one WebRTC-based social video service platform by leveraging Intel® Collaboration Suite for WebRTC will be shared as an example.
Mobile Real Time Web Track
Scaling Deployments
M3-4
Agora.io
Kurento
Deploying Real Time to mobile devices presents significant challenges depending on the servers and networks used and their performance. This session will focus on the challenges of scaling up in both the server and mobile network environments.
  Real Time Web Applications Track
  Developing Real Time Web Track
  Mobile Real Time Web Track
4:30pm
Thursday - 8/4/2016
Conference Ends
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