Thursday, October 19, 2006

Apache Tuscany Free Webinar

See the announce for the Apache Tuscany Webinar. This is a great oportunity to learn more about SOA in general and what Tuscany is all about, and how it can help you.

*Apache **Tuscany**: Not the Same Old Architecture*

Do you think of the popular term SOA as the "Same Old Architecture" concept? The Apache Tuscany Project moves SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) beyond buzzwords and vague arm-waving into reality. The project aims to create a next-generation services infrastructure in open source based on the principles behind the Service Component Architecture (SCA). With Apache Tuscany, application developers will be able to create, assemble, and deploy service networks in ways that are not easily done or possible with existing middleware.

This webinar will provide an overview of how Apache Tuscany simplifies the task of creating and assembling service-based applications using SCA. It will also cover where the Tuscany project is headed and how it will help developers build tomorrow's applications today.

Speakers: Jeremy Boynes and Jim Marino

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Apache Tuscany at ApacheCon US 2006

For those at ApacheCon US 2006, please take some time to meet some people involved on the Tuscany comunity. See below for Tuscany related sessions.

FR19 - Apache Tuscany: An Open Source Runtime for SOA
Speaker: Jean-Sebastien Delfino and Simon Nash
Categories: ASF, Community, Java, New Technologies, Web Services, XML
Level: Advanced

Monday, October 02, 2006

Tuscany is getting ready for a M2 Release

Tuscany is getting ready for a M2 Release, please follow the announces below to look at SDO and DAS release candidates.

SDO for Java M2 RC1a
DAS for Java M2 RC1

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