About the Conference
The Eclipse Ecosystem is a LOT MORE than just the Eclipse IDE. Its hosts 340+ projects: MQTT, Jetty, Hudson, Vert.x, AspectJ, GeoMesa, StatET, RCP/SWT, Paho, Babel, EGerrit and many more...
Eclipse Summit India 2017 is the 2nd annual conference presented by the local Eclipse Community in collaboration with The Eclipse Foundation. It is designed by the community, for the community. This is a great opportunity for the Eclipse fraternity in India to learn, explore, share, and collaborate on the latest ideas and information about Eclipse ecosystem and its community of projects with the core contributors, adopters, extenders, service providers, consumers and business and research organizations.
Day 1 of the conference is dedicated to Open IoT (Internet of Things).
Day 2 and 3 will look at other Eclipse Projects and case studies.
Meet the speakers
Want to Present @ Eclipse Summit India?
To present at Eclipse Summit India 2017, please submit your proposal before Jan 31st 2017 via our public proposal submission system.
Unlike many other conferences, the sessions and keynotes at Eclipse Summit India are chosen by an independent program committee, allowing us to consistently offer a high-quality program. To contact the program committee, send us an email.
The themes for talks at Eclipse Summit India include the most interesting current topics. The 2017 conference program will include both hands-on tutorials and technical sessions on current topics pertinent to the Eclipse developer community, such as Eclipse Platform/RCP/Runtimes, Languages and Tools, Web/Mobile/Cloud Development, Modeling, Methodology and Devops, Embedded, IoT, Science, Java 9, IDEs and more, as well as sessions that demonstrate Eclipse-based solutions for finance, automotive, aerospace, insurance, and other domains. The exact themes are listed on the CFP site.
1. Early Bird submission Deadline: 20th Dec 2016
2. Submission Deadline: 31st Jan 2017
3. Draft Schedule: 15th Feb 2017
4. Notification Deadline: 28th Feb 2017
5. Final Schedule: 15 March 2017
The last date for submission is over, however if you missed the deadline and you think you've a really good proposal that we should consider, please feel free to add the proposal. Acceptance is subjected to available slots in the schedule.
Please read our Review Process and Speaker Compensation Policy carefully before submitting your proposals.Become a Speaker
We plan to host a very similar schedule like the 2016 Conference.
Bangalore is known as the Garden City of India and also the "Silicon Valley of India". Bangalore is famous for its pleasant climate throughout the year. In the heart of the city, Chancery Pavilion Hotel, a Luxury 5 Star Business Hotel, puts you within reach of some of the best restaurants and attractions Bangalore has to offer.
Help Us Make This Happen
Eclipse Summit India is a great opportunity to meet and get to know hundreds of the world's top Eclipse talent. Whether you're looking to connect with experienced developers and users of Eclipse-based and related technologies, hire developers, promote your product, or just give back to the community, this is the place to be. We love helping our sponsors find innovative ways to interact with the community and achieve a great return on their investment in the conference.
Eclipse Summit India is organised by volunteer, passionate members of the Eclipse community. We rely on corporate sponsorship to keep ticket prices low for attendees, as well as help cover the cost of venue, food, beverages, t-shirts, and more.
Listed below, you'll see, we offer a variety of sponsorship levels, each with their own benefits. And if you don't see a sponsorship level that fits your interests, just let us know! We're open to figuring out something that works for you and us.
- Title Sponsor (Limited to 2)
- Platinum Sponsor (Limited to 3)
- Gold Sponsor (Limited to 4)
- Conference Bag Sponsor (Limited to 1)
- Conference T-Shirt Sponsor (Limited to 1)
- Conference Reception Sponsor (Limited to 1)
- Conference Lunch Sponsor (Limited to 2)
- Track Sponsor (Limited to 4)