Monday, December 7, 2009

Edging closer to BAM release

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Written by Sami

When I looked at the dashboard this morning, it was very impressive. And we are filling in the gaps gradually. We will have the first release candidate today.

And we also have the first cut project page on OT for WSO2 Business Activity Monitor (WSO2 BAM) published today. Visit it and read it for a preview.

Monitoring your business that you run on your SOA is about to get much simpler...

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100% Business on the Cloud?

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Written by Sami

I do not think so.

There will always be those legacy apps, those good old ones as well as not that old ones, that you might not want to touch for now. Hence it is not a must to take them and push them by force to cloud.

And those parts of the enterprise app that are "sensitive", "niche" and probably the "competitive edge" would not worth the risk of letting alone in that cloudy sky.

The edge is to know what to have on the cloud and what not. It again boils down to enterprise architecture problem. This is where you need cloud tools, to bridge your internal enterprise apps with your external cloud leverage.

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Thursday, December 3, 2009

I cannot blog about BAM product any more!!!

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Written by Sami

It is getting hard.

So hard that I cannot blog about it any more.

It is becoming hard to explain it with words, or take screen shots of it, to provide a picture.

Yes, it has become so dynamic, that you need some screen cast or something to explain it. Let me see if I can do some videos and post!

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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Writing Custom Host Objects for WSO2 Mashup Server 2.0

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Written by Tyrell

Using a Javascript Host Object, the process of creating a Mashup can be made easier by mapping Java logic to Javascript. While the WSO2 Mashup Server ships with several useful Host Objects by default, you can enhance the functionality by writing your own as well. This latest article by Ruchira focuses on a step by step process of creating a new Host Object.

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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

What is Governance as a Service

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Written by Sami

WSO2 Governance as a Service will provide a WSO2 Governance Registry hosted instance on the web following the SaaS principle. You can use this online without having to download, install, configure and deploy the WSO2 Governance Registry package.

This multi-tenant, hosted version is completely self-serviced with each tenant or domain having its own theme, own logo and of course own users. While it can be managed by its own user community, tenants optionally can publish some data publicly, for example business-to-business service entries.

To learn more, read the FAQ on Governance as a Service.

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WSO2 Bringing Cloud Computing and SOA Together

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SOA for People

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Written by Tyrell

What if you can have a portal that requires nothing else but the URL of a Gadget to render it in your personal page? What if you can have a Service hosted anywhere, written using any programming language, and all it takes is the URL of that Service's Gadget for someone to have it embedded in their portal page?



That's the promise we plan to deliver on in just a few days with WSO2 Gadget Server. Based on the Google Gadgets Specification and built on top of the award winning WSO2 Carbon Platform. We plan to make the portal truly Service Oriented. A first class SOA citizen.






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C++ Web Services Case Sudy

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Written by Sami

WSO2 Web Services Framework for C++ is a complete Web services stack. It has the support for basic Web services standards, handles binary attachments and also has the widest coverage of WS* standards including WS-Addressing, WS-Security, WS-Security Policy, WS-Secure Conversation, and WS-Reliable Messaging. The WSO2 Web Services Framework for C++ provides a comprehensive service and client APIs for the C++ developer. WSO2 Web Services Framework for C++ comes with built-in code generation tool to support rapid development of services and clients.

WSO2 Web Services Framework for C++ can be used to wrap existing applications and expose them as a Web service as well as to enable new applications developed in C/C++ to talk to other heterogeneous systems.

This article, explores the usage of WSO2 Web Services Framework for C++ in converting a software system in a retail store to a loosely coupled Web services based system integrating it with it's other stores providing value to the retail store chain.

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