Service Component Architecture in Practice: The Apache Tuscany Project

Track: BOF
Date: Wednesday, July 26
Time: 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: D137-138

Moderated by Raymond Feng, IBM

Apache Tuscany is an open source project that provides implementations of key technologies for service-oriented architecture/service component architecture and service data objects.

Tuscany provides the runtime elements of SCA and SDO and uses them in conjunction with other well-established Java™ runtime environments such as Apache Axis, Apache Tomcat, and Apache Geronimo.

This BOF session is a gathering place for developers who are interested in using the Tuscany code base and also for developers who are keen to contribute to Tuscany.

The session covers the latest developments with the Tuscany code base, including the features now supported and those that are being worked on. It addresses the structure of the code base, the code repository, and the build process. Experiences of using the code base are discussed, with a demonstration of some of the latest features.