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If you are a Software Engineer/Computer Science student, you must have heard about Google Summer of Code. If you are searching for project ideas for GSoC 2013, please see the current Apache Tuscany project ideas: TUSCANY-4077 Enhance Tuscany Widget support The Tuscany Widget Impleme...
The Apache Tuscany team is pleased to announce the 1.6.2 release of the Java SCA project.Apache Tuscany/SCA provides a runtime environment based on Service Component Architecture (SCA). SCA is a set of specifications aimed at simplifying SOA application development. These specification...
The Apache Tuscany team is pleased to announce the 2.0-Beta2 release of the Java SCA 2.0 project. Apache Tuscany/SCA provides a runtime environment based on Service Component Architecture (SCA), which is a set of OASIS specifications aimed at simplifying SOA application development. ...
Tuscany SCA is a technology-neutral infrastructure for building composite applications based on the Service Component Architecture standard. It manages the protocols and other application plumbing, enabling you to focus on business logic and the relationship between services. The r...
View more presentations from luckbr1975.Building applications with Apache Tuscany Jean-Sebastien DelfinoLuciano ResendeSimon Laws
Want to learn more about Apache Tuscany and SCA ? Come to join us at ApacheCon Atlanta, attend the Apache Tuscany Track sessions (Thursday, Nov 4th) and met some of the core project developers.Building applications with Apache Tuscany Jean-Sebastien DelfinoBuilding Cloud Native softwa...
The Apache Tuscany team is pleased to announce the 2.0-M5.1 release of the Java SCA 2.0 project.Apache Tuscany/SCA provides a runtime environment based on Service Component Architecture (SCA), which is a set of OASIS specifications aimed at simplifying SOA application development. The ...
The ASF held an Apache Retreat last weekend and a group of Tuscany committers were there. Here's a photo:From left to right: Simon Laws, Kelvin Goodson, Mike Edwards, Ant Elder, Florian Moga, Mark Combellack, Simon Nash.
Some of us will be at JavaOne this year, and we will be presentingtwo Tuscany related sessions :S314011 - Developing composite applications for the Cloud using Apache TuscanyWednesday, September 22, 11:30AMToday's cloud environments pose new challenges for applicationdevelopers: hidin...
We've just released the fifth milestone of our 2.0 Java SCA runtime, check out the release announcement for details of what's in it. It's been a little while since milestone four as we've been hard at work updating the runtime to make sure that we pass the proposed OASIS compliance tes...
Tuscany was at the first GDC Open Source Jumpstart day in London this weekend where students and graduates got some hands on experience with how to get involved with an open source project. Very worthwhile event that worked really well and was a lot of fun for all involved.
In Apache Tuscany, we have been experimenting with Google Android Platform to build Mobile SOA Applications, and we now have couple Android based samples that demonstrate a Android mobile application consuming SCA services available on the cloud. Store-android: A front end to our "S...
In order to simplify the Tuscany SVN structure and make it easier for users to find the active sub-projects the Tuscany community have changed the SVN structure as described below:SCA 2.xFor SCA 2.x, which is based on the most recent drafts of OASIS SCA Specifications 1.1, you can fin...
The latest milestone of our 2.0 runtime was released today, you can read all about it in the release announcement. Don't let the "milestone" name put you off as a lot of progress has been made in the 2.0 runtime and its quite usable now, and is well on the way to being a fully OASIS co...
ApacheCon US 2009 is almost finished, and I'm done with my last Apache Tuscany/OSGi session.Tuscany: Applying OSGi modularity after the factFri, 06 November 2009 11:15 by Luciano ResendeSlides are now available
I finished my session for ApacheCon 2009: OSGi remote services with SCA using Apache Tuscany. You can download the slides at:http://people.apache.org/~rfeng/tuscany/presentations/OSGi%20Remote%20Services%20with%20Tuscany%20SCA.pdfThe samples referenced in the presentation can be found ...
ApacheCon US 2009 has started and I'm done with my first Apache Tuscany session.SCA, Java EE, Spring, Web 2.0 and Cloud Come Together - Service assembly with Apache Tuscany SCAWed, 04 November 2009 11:00, by Luciano ResendeSlides are now availableTuscany cloud tutorial source code is a...
A variant of the Store scenario is now deployed as a distributed application in Google App Engine. The scenario consist of a fruit catalog hosted as one appengine application (tuscany-store-catalog) and the front end ui is hosted as another appengine application (tuscany-store) that ha...
ApacheCon US 2009 is just around the corner, and we are going to have several Apache Tuscany related sessions.SCA, Java EE, Spring and Web 2.0 Come Together - Service assembly with Apache Tuscany SCAWed, 04 November 2009 11:00, by Luciano ResendeApache Tuscany provides an easy-to-use o...
The Apache Tuscany team are pleased to announce the 1.5.1 release of theJava SCA project.Apache Tuscany provides a runtime environment based on the ServiceComponent Architecture (SCA). SCA is a set of specifications aimed atsimplifying SOA application development. These specifications ...
Nice article from "Ramkumar Ramalingam", a member of the Tuscany Community.In this "Design and develop SCA components using the Spring Framework" series, learn how Service Component Architecture (SCA) and the Spring Framework effectively combine to build distributed service application...
I managed to get an variant of Tuscany SCA helloworld-jsp working on Google App Engine. The application is now up and running at [1]. The composite contains implementation.java, implementation.web and a JSP using SCA taglibs.During the bring-up, I made a few minor changes to Tuscany 2....
The Apache PhotArk team is pleased to announce the release of Apache PhotArk M1-incubating. Apache PhotArk will be a complete open source photo gallery application including a content repository for the images, a display piece, an access control layer, and upload capabilities. The idea...
Today we released the third milestone release of the new Tuscany 2.0 SCA runtime, this is another step towards the fully OASIS specification compatible SCA runtime that we aim to have finished later this year when the final versions of the OASIS SCA specifications are released.This Tu...
Take a look at this article written by some members of the "Tuscany Community"This article is taken from the book Apache Tuscany in Action. It looks at how bindings are used to configure wire protocols for a component's service connections. One of the most important features of SCA is ...
The Apache Tuscany team are pleased to announce the 1.5 release of theJava SCA project.Apache Tuscany provides a runtime environment based on the ServiceComponent Architecture (SCA). SCA is a set of specifications aimed atsimplifying SOA application development. These specifications ar...
Raymond Feng and Luciano Resende are going to be presenting two Tuscany/SCA sessions at JavaOne 2009, please see below for detailed schedule and links to abstract.Wednesday June 03 8:45 PM - 9:35 PM Hall E 133BOF-4760: SCA; JavaT Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE Platform); Spring;...
We've just released the second milestone release of v2 of Tuscany SCA, download it at the Tuscany websiteAlong with better and more complete compliance with the latest OASIS SCA specifications the highlights include in this release are:- An implementation of RFC 119 the new Distributed...
The Apache Tuscany team announced the release of 2.0 M1 of the Java Service Component Architecture (SCA) project. SCA defines a technology neutral component and assembly model for business application developers to focus on implementing the business logic and composing them into busine...
As mentioned in the recent Apache Tuscany SCA 2.0 M1 Announce, Tuscany is moving to support running in an OSGi enabled environment. What exactly does that mean and what are the benefits?As Tuscany is implemented in the 1.x release, all dependencies are included in one monolithic runtim...
The Apache Tuscany team are pleased to announce the 2.0 M1 release ofthe Java SCA project.Apache Tuscany provides a runtime based on the Service ComponentArchitecture (SCA) which is a set of specifications aimed atsimplifying SOA Application Development. The SCA specifications arebeing...
Whether you are a seasoned developer or a new user trying to understand a Tuscany module in more depth, it helps to have a picture of available information resources for Apache Tuscany. This article provides a brief overview of some important information links.Apache Tuscany Site - thi...
The Apache Tuscany team are pleased to announce the 1.4 release of the Java SCA project.Apache Tuscany provides a runtime environment based on the Service Component Architecture (SCA). SCA is a set of specifications aimed at simplifying SOA application development. These specifications...
Primeton Technologies announces use of Tuscany SCA in EOS server V6.0 LA2 and the fact that more than 10 enterprise accounts are currently using the product.http://primeton-eos.blogspot.com/
This article gives you an introduction to the Tuscany domain manager and describe how you would go about using it to deploy and run SCA Applications.The components in an SCA composite application can run on different nodes in a network. In Apache Tuscany, an SCA domain can be used to a...
IBM has recently announced the "WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for SCA" that uses Apache Tuscany. Below is an overview article that introduces the SCA FEP and SCA in general.An introduction to open Service Component Architecture (SCA) concepts, objectives of the technology, ...