Archive for the ‘Petals ESB’ Category

One more video of a talk I gave at OW2Con 2012 about a research project I am working on since two years now called Play (and not the play framework…). "The PLAY project develops an elastic and reliable architecture for dynamic and complex, event-driven interaction in large highly distributed and heterogeneous service systems. Such an […]

Here is the video of a quick talk I gave two weeks ago at OW2Con 2012 dealing with Petals Enterprise Service Bus. He gives some background about what is Petals, how it can be used, why it is a distributed runtime, what is really new in the last version and finally what is planned in […]

The guys from the Petals BPM team just released a new alpha version of Petals BPM, a Web-based, open source BPM modeler. New features mainly deals with collaboration and choregraphy design which are part of BPMN 2.0 specification. A complete release note is available at  http://research.petalslink.org/display/petalsbpm/PetalsBPM+v1.0-alpha-3+release+note . There is also a deployment module which allows […]

The videos of all the OW2Con2011 have been published to the OW2 Youtube channel. My talk about Petals BPM and The Cloud is also available. You are right, I need to smile more, be less tired and have a demo of the BPM editor working on low resolution displays… BTW, the demo of the DSB Monitoring & […]

Last week at OW2Con, Talend CTO talked about their data and service integration solution. This sentence impressed me (almost this one, not sure it was so short): We have more than 500 connectors! Wow! Great, let’s have a look to that! What is a connector? In the Petals ESB context connectors are the bindings represented […]

I was in Paris last week for the OW2 annual conference and I gave a talk called "Petals BPM and the Cloud" during the Open Cloud Summit Session (wow what a name!). This talk was about showing that we have things running and ready to be published in the Cloud. As I said during my […]

Last week was the first annual review meeting of the Play project I work on since one year. I am involved at several levels in this project: from the architecture point of view, to the software integration and quality ones. On my side, my goal is to provide the efficient software infrastructure for events actors, […]

Almost true… In fact Petals DSB uses and extends Petals ESB in several ways. When I started to think about extending the Enterprise Service Bus, it was just to avoid all the JBI stuff at the management level i.e. use a real, simple and efficient API. So I added many management stuff exposed as Web […]

I explained in the last articles how I tested the Play Framework, Web sockets and how I integrated all this nice stuff with a real example based on a Service Bus, Web services Notifications, etc… This time, let’s go one step further. We have a Service Bus which is Web service notification enabled like last […]

Story, code, compare Yet another ‘nightly project’ (thanks to current house build project and the lack of sleep it brings). This time I needed to be able to manage the so-famous Service Bus from some Web enabled tooling. I already developed such tool in a research project but the fact is that the licence of […]


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