EasySOA 1.0 Release

4 February, 2013 (17:50) | News, Release | By Marc Dutoo

Download EasySOA Registry 1.0  (install doc, full doc, sources)

At long last, here it comes. Obviously, much thanks to everybody who helped with it !

EasySOA Registry comprises the core collaborative SOA – Business registry with its API and user interfaces for :

Its release also provides

Other EasySOA 1.0 components are released independently and are available :

  • EasySOA Light – FraSCAti Studio (script & deploy service orchestrations fully in the Cloud) from OW2 FraSCAti (website, source)
  • EasySOA Light – EasySOA Proxy (HTTP Mining features) from the demo 0.4
  • EasySOA Integration – Eclipse JWT export to EasySOA (and EMF to CMIS export framework) from Eclipse JWT (website, documentation, source)
  • EasySOA Integration – Talend ESB and notably Talend Service Activity Monitoring (SAM) component
  • EasySOA Integration – OW2 Jasmine monitoring solution (and the EasySOA Jasmine adapter for the AXXX Use Case)
  • samples – AXXX Use Case (source)
  • samples – PureAirFlowers, SmartTravel, Airport and EventPAFGlue samples from the demo 0.4


Matching Dashboard - matched !

Matching Dashboard - still some matching to do

Service Indicators

Service browsing & tagging

Java Source code Discovery Maven configuration

FraSCati Studio - Service Application Edition

FraSCAti Studio - "Proxy" Template Service App looking in EasySOA Registry

Eclipse JWT - Export to EasySOA


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Comment from mohsen mohammadi
March 15, 2013 at 1:32 pm

what is the main deference between Easysoa and other SOA methodology such as SOMF , SOMA, ext.



Comment from Marc Dutoo
August 26, 2013 at 6:25 pm

Hi Mohsen

I’m a bit late to answer your thoughful question, sorry.

EasySOA tries hard not to enforce any particular SOA methdology (nor implementation technology, by the way).

You may start using EasySOA out of the box merely to get a better overview of your whole existing SOA (through its automated service discovery and extraction features) and get indicators about it (how many services or components, their dependencies, how much its is documented or tested…).

Then you can configure or develop custom extensions (discovery / extractors, dashboards, external tools, testing…) to get even more complete information and more value out of it.

But you can also use it to manage new SOA developments from start to finish, letting it manage and keep track of specifications (business and technical, unformal as well as formal), implementations and finally deployments of new SOA services. This provides additional completion, quality and runtime indicators, as well as a a complete documentation of the SOA etc.

Put together, all these steps from both use cases indeed looks like those of SOMF (identification, specification and realization) or SOMA (identification, specification, realization, implementation, deployment and management). However EasySOA’s model is much simpler in order to lower entry cost by allowing to start small, focus on the most value adding features and elsewhere degrade gracefully, and address even SOA projects that don’t span a whole entreprise’s IT. And if someone wants to add further support for SOMA or SOMF-like features, or even some SOMA or SOMF compatibility, they can do that because EasySOA Registry’s architecture has been thought out for extensibility (for instance, its model is stored on the content-oriented Nuxeo platform etc.).

(EasySOA’s business SOA model has originally been inspired by Open Group’s SOA Ontology, OMG’s SoaML and Eclipse SOA Mangrove’s Intermediary Model)

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