Sunday, January 06, 2008

2008-01-06 Sunday

Tom Barrett, Sun Microssystems: Building Service-Oriented Architectures with Java Technology (December 5 - 6, 2007, Portland & Seattle)

SOA Consortium Insights blog

Eclipse reeling in Swordfish as SOA framework
Based on technology from German logistics company Deutsche Post, Swordfish features an SOA runtime platform that leverages three popular projects: Service Component Architecture (SCA), Java Business Integration (JBI), and Open Services Gateway initiative (OSGi). SCA provides a common programming model and assembly description format while JBI serves as a common messaging model. OSGi, which is the basis of the Eclipse runtime platform, provides common deployment and runtime component models in Swordfish.

The Swordfish architecture uses OSGi to implement JBI and SCA.
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"[Enterprise IT directors] should be very excited because this is up and running [for] more than six years in the largest logistics company in the world, and it is a very proven, mature technology," said Deutscher.
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The version 1.0 production release of Swordfish is scheduled for the third quarter of this year.


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