There is an interesting discussion in the LinkedIn Service Oriented Architecture Special Interest Group, following top contributor Alex Yakimovitch’s question whether REST API service definition frameworks getting more traction means that they are going to be “recognized as one of the SOA implementation models”. My opinion is that such frameworks and other developments in the [...]
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The Matching Dashboard allows EasySOA users to reconcile newly discovered service implementations (for instance, extracted from source) or deployments (for instance, scraped on the web or monitored) with already known service definitions, when the automated matching algorithm has not enough information to decide on itself. But did you know it provides tunable suggestions thanks to [...]
In EasySOA Registry 2.0, the HTTP Proxy is now part of the release. But did you know its management web interface prevents users from stepping on each other’s feet by forbidding to use it at the same time to discover services in different projects ?
This web page displays all configuration properties of the service discovery [...]
EasySOA displays indicators about your services since the 1.0 release. In 2.0 release, they are more nicely distributed among the four feature categories (Cartography, Compliance, Monitoring and Governance). But did you know that they can now be exported to Excel, from wherever they are displayed ?
For this, you only need to click on the paper [...]
We’ve already mentioned the new SOA information browsing UI when talking about its Impact Analysis features. But did you know it also acts for deployed services as a portal to all information and tools about them ?
The picture above is an extract of the page about the PrecomptePartenaireService in the AXXX use case. It shows [...]
In June, EasySOA Registry has been enriched with a new examplary SOA information browsing UI.
Actually, its point is to allow CIOs to choose and show exactly the information they want about their SOA how and where they want it, by providing an UI that is the easiest to customize into their own (by merely editing [...]
Since April, SOA indicators are now displayed in one of the Registry’s main functional categories (Cartography, Compliance, Monitoring, Governance). But did you know you can reuse indicators to visually track completion of SOA Project Phases ?
Indeed, EasySOA Registry allows to build high-level SOA Project Phase completion indicators by mashupping other indicators, and display them in [...]
Eclipse JWT 1.3 has been released, along with the latest Eclipse Kepler yearly release. One good news following the other, it provides the most expected BPMN view.
Therefore EasySOA users will be able to model their business using well-known BPMN concepts using JWT, and project them onto EasySOA Registry by generating a document structure out of [...]
After Pure Air Flowers and Smart Travel, EasySOA has been integrated recently with a new test: easysoa-sample-events.
This test needs to use the two precedent ones.
Its process goes as on the schema:
This test uses FraSCAti to launch the appropriate behavior (calling another web service, in event-oriented style) when a web service is consumed.
In this case when [...]
The goal of HTTP Mining is to have a system allowing to replay existing service exchanges in a parameterized manner, coupled with an assertion engine. It is built on previously developped features.
General architecture of Http Mining :
The HTTP Mining feature uses several EasySOA SCA components designed to work with FraSCAti :
Run manager : Designed to [...]