vendredi janv. 29, 2010

Oracle + Sun SOA Strategy

Since Oracle's Sun acquisition completed on January 27th, Oracle started a massive communication campaign to detail product's roadmap and integration.

Regarding SOA products and technology strategy and integration, you can view the full web cast (17 minutes) or just read through my summary below.

Oracle will obviously continue to focus on it's Fusion Middleware offering, and more specifically, Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus (formerly known as Aqualogic Service Bus from Bea).  This is the strategic SOA platform for the future.

  • Java CAPS will be maintained and improved for existing customers 
  • GlassFish ESB will continue as an open source project
  • Oracle plans to support collaboration between Java CAPS and Oracle SOA Suite through bridges technology, allowing to bring new features to Java CAPS such as SOA Governance, Workflow etc ...
  • Oracle expects to integrate key features of Java CAPS into Oracle SOA Suite 

Oracle also extends the End of Support dead line for SRE 5.0.5, eGate 4.5.3, GlassFish ESB 2.1 and Java CAPS 6.2  to January 2014 (premium support) or Jan 2017 (extended support) 

As always, Oracle also proposes a lifetime sustaining support.

By the way, for those of you wanted to start with Oracle's SOA Suite, my colleague Patrice just published an excellent three-parts tutorial in addition to the material published by Oracle.

vendredi juil. 24, 2009

Java CAPS received Swift Certification 2009

Java CAPS, Sun's SOA platform has been certified by Swift for 2009.  We passed the very strict Swift test suite and received the much convoyed "Financial EAI 2009" Swift label.

Java CAPS has received this certification for eleven (11) years in a row ! 

mardi févr. 05, 2008

Java CAPS on Mac OS X

The next version of Java Composite Application Platform Suite (Java CAPS, formerly Seebeyond ICANN) will be available for Mac OS X. While Sun will not support production use of this platform, we will ship a Mac OS X build for development, testing and demo purposes. I downloaded and installed our internal milestone 6 yesterday on my Macbook Pro and, so far so good, it seems to run as fine as the Solaris or Windows version.

As Netbeans and Glassfish are at the heart of this future version, and because they just run well on Mac OS X, it would have been surprising to not publish a Mac OS X build for Java CAPS.

Other platforms available for this M6 build are AIX, Linux, in addition of Windows and Solaris of course.

While this move won't probably drastically change the adoption rate of Java CAPS, it will make the life of many developers easier, as they will be able to use the Mac as their main development or test platform, with the exact same tool as the one used for production.

Many Sun Sales Engineers and Professional Services Engineers are using Macs as well. For us too, having a native build will avoid playing with huge virtual machines images, just for the purpose of demo.

Thumbs up guys, great job - Thanks !
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Sébastien Stormacq is a Senior Software Architect at Sun Microsystems. He uses his 15+ years of professional experience to design large scale, secured and highly transactional architectures based on Sun's middleware solutions.

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