October : managing requirements

1 November, 2012 (13:15) | Checkpoint, News | By Marc Dutoo

In October, we’ve finally modeled the “business requirements” feature (Business Services and SLAs, Information Services and OLAs, Logical Components), with a first prototype efficiently defined using Nuxeo Studio, and worked on integrating these a priori SOA expectations with discovered emerging SOA development and deployment artifacts, all along using the AXXX use case as guide. Partners EasiFab provided business input, Nuxeo technical support and Open Wide played its role of main developer and leader.

Besides that, Java Workflow Tooling‘s export to Document Management Systems has been integrated in a detailed manner on top of EasySOA Registry v1′s SOA model, and the whole of it demonstrated on the 23rd at Eclipse Con Europe during the opening SOA Symposium – see both slides & our upcoming report. And last but not least, our light proxy architecture has been refactored to fit in INRIA’s FraSCAti Studio, with their integrated features being another hot topic.

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