Fuji Milestone 2 available: watch the Screencast and try it out!

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Many of you may have seen the cool things Fuji Milestone 1 did, with its web based tooling option and the simple but powerful way of defining services and linking them together.

For Milestone 1 we deliberately chose some contemporary technologies such as RSS and XMPP, which left some folks wondering: how does this apply to the more classic integration scenarios?

Fear not, for Milestone 2 we have chosen a classic scenario and show you how quick and easy it is to solve it with the powerful, but simple to use capabilities in Fuji.

Don't just take our word for it, watch the Fuji Milestone 2 Screencast with Keith driving it. Then Download Milestone 2 and take it for a spin by getting a simple jar file and give us feedback! There actually are more features that we couldn't fit in a single screencast, so watch this space.

For a highlight of the features such as added enterprise integration patterns and interceptors leveraging OSGi capabilities see the Milestone 2 page. Also have a look at Andi's entry on Fuji Milestone 2, which includes further background info.

We also re-vamped the landing page for Fuji, have a look at our fancy schmancy portal page for Fuji https://fuji.dev.java.net, it should have all the links to explore further information, screencasts etc.

Note that tomorrow (October 22, 2008, 9am PT) we'll have a live meeting and webcast to demo and discuss Fuji in the OpenESB Innovation Series meeting, come and participate.

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thank you :)

Posted by tattoo on October 25, 2008 at 09:45 PM PDT #

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