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July – EasySOA in the press

21 August, 2014 (18:59) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

Summer holidays may have been relaxing, but EasySOA has found its way in the French online press a couple of times in July nonetheless :
Le Monde Informatique on Julyt the 17th says EasySOA enables REST-based light SOA (“EasySOA d’Open Wide : pour de la SOA légère basé sur REST”).
Silicon.fr on July the 23rd talks about [...]

December – patch & community

30 January, 2014 (20:05) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

First of all : let me wish a happy new year to all EasySOA enthusiasts on behalf of the EasySOA core team. May 2014 mean a lot of well defined, well supported, collaborative service architectures bringing a lot of value to their users – all of that fully automated !
Now about what happened here in December. [...]

November : packaging

12 December, 2013 (18:27) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

In November, our focus has obviously been on releasing EasySOA Registry 2.0. But this has entailed a wide array of things, comprising obviously packaging it, testing it and updating documentation, but also cleaning up its web UI and improving samples on one side, and on another side updating website pages, explaining features in the new [...]

October : offering

25 November, 2013 (15:00) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

In October, here at Open Wide we’ve worked on our brand new EasySOA offering, and finally came at a point where we’ve been able to publish it on Open Wide’s website. Note that is is only available in French for now, but to get the gist of it you can have a look at the [...]

September : pre release polish

18 October, 2013 (17:07) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

In september, we’ve removed the foot from the development accelerator, and laid the focus on doing the necessary polishing to be able to do a new major release. So we’ve patched inconsistencies in business logic here (impact analysis, anyone ?), added documentation there (SOAPUI integration feature, AXXX use case), tested at the limits (such as [...]

August : components upgrades

2 September, 2013 (16:17) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

In August, we’ve completed the big dependency upgrades that were still pending. So now EasySOA Registry, EasySOA Proxy and the AXXX Pivotal & APV use case applications use Java 7, Apache Tomcat 7, Nuxeo 5.7.1 (which is a lot of 7), Apache CXF 2.7.5 and the latest FraSCAti 1.6. Bring in the re-integration of SOAPUI integration, [...]

January : use case and integration – 3

8 February, 2013 (11:43) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

This is the last post  in the “new year catch-up” series, en route to the Holy Graal of the completed AXXX use case and an integrated EasySOA 1.0 release.
Now there was still a last little thing to add in the mix : version management. Indeed, developing service implementations and calls according to unversioned specifications of [...]

January : use case and integration – 2

7 February, 2013 (17:09) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

This is the follow-up of the first post  in the “new year catch-up” series, en route to the Holy Graal of the completed AXXX use case and an integrated EasySOA 1.0 release.
The next step was to put it all together, deploying everything (Pivotal & the CreerPrecompte Talend ESB orchestration, APV, and the EasySOA Registry + [...]

January : use case and integration – 1

6 February, 2013 (18:08) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

There’s been no checkpoint in December, I know, I know. So let’s say this the new year catch-up post. Because if there has been none, it’s not because nothing was been done. Quite the opposite, it’s been one of the fullest periods of our lives – and here’s what it begat: the completed AXXX use [...]

November : integration architecture

3 December, 2012 (20:31) | Checkpoint, News | By: Marc Dutoo

November has seen us tackle head on integration of all pieces of EasySOA. We’ve specified and developed services for integrating platforms of development (such as FraSCAti Studio and Talend Studio) and monitoring (such as Bull’s OW2 Jasmine), reconciled the specifications’ expected SOA model with the discovered actual model through matching algorithms and dashboard, put together [...]

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