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One Year of Apache Karaf

by Alex Blewitt on  Jun 17, 2011 1

Apache Karaf has reached one year old today, as a top-level project at Apache. Karaf is a runtime package consisting of an OSGi framework (either Equinox or Felix), a command shell (Felix Gogo) and a number of useful utilities built in by default.

Apache promotes Libcloud to Top-Level-Project

by Michael Stal on  May 27, 2011

The Apache Foundation has announced on May 25th that it has graduated Libcloud from Incubator status to a Top-Level Project. Libcloud represents a Python library that introduces a vendor-neutral interface to proprietary APIs of various cloud providers. As a Top-Level-Project the solution will get much more awareness and support from the open-source community in the future.

Siwpas 1.0 - a Tomcat Based Server for EE6 Web Profile

by Kostis Kapelonis on  May 24, 2011 4

MechSoft releases Siwpas, a lightweight application server based on Apache Tomcat that focuses exclusively on Web applications.

Google and Oracle Case Reduced

by Alex Blewitt on  May 05, 2011

The legal case between Google and Oracle has been reduced in scope, just as Oracle subpoenas Apache to provide information about the Harmony project.

Puppet Labs Releases Faces, Relicenses Puppet Under Apache 2.0

by Michael Floyd on  May 03, 2011

Puppet Labs released a command-line interface & set of APIs last week, called Faces, that allows sysadmins to create or extend subcommands and actions for Puppet. The API is callable from Ruby and includes objects that expose Puppet’s internal subsystem. Sysadmins can access Puppet objects like report to create, display and submit reports, and catalog to compile, save, view and convert catalogs.

Scale-up or Scale-out? Or both?

by Boris Lublinsky on  Mar 09, 2011 1

A prevalent trend in IT in the last twenty years was scaling-out, rather than scaling-up. But due to the recent technological advances there is a new option, scaling-out scaled-up servers based on GPUs.

Apache Chemistry, an Open Source Implementation of OASIS CMIS, Becomes a Top-Level Project

by Charles Humble on  Feb 23, 2011 2

The Apache Software foundation has announced that Apache Chemistry, an Open Source implementation of the OASIS CMIS standard, has graduated to become a top-level project.

NASA’s OODT selected as an Apache Top Level Project

by Michael Stal on  Feb 11, 2011

The Apache Software Foundation has selected the Object Oriented Data Technology architecture to become one of its Top-Level-Projects (TLP). Originally created by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, OODT allows transparent integration of geographically distributed and disparate computing and data resources via metadata middleware.

Apache Software Foundation Resigns from JCP

by Alex Blewitt on  Dec 10, 2010 44

The Apache Software Foundation announced their resignation from both the JCP Executive Committee as well as the JCP as a whole. They follow recent departures such as Doug Lea in October, who said “I believe that the JCP is no longer a credible specification and standards body”, as well as more recently Tim Peierls, who voted against the Java SE JSRs.

JSRs for Java 7 and Java 8 Approved

by Alex Blewitt on  Dec 07, 2010 6

The results of the recent Java JSRs are in, and all have passed with all but Apache voting consistently against them. Google and Tim Peierls voted against the Java SE 7 and Java SE 8 JSRs, supporting the ongoing licensing issues and field-of-use restrictions for the TCK.

Oracle Announces JSRs for Java 7 and Java 8

by Alex Blewitt on  Nov 17, 2010 8

Oracle has announced the umbrella JSRs for Java 7/8, covering a number of the features known from the earlier Plan B. This includes Project Coin for Java 7 and Project Lambda for Java 8, as well as specific reference to OSGi for the Java 8 modularity JSR. But it also includes fields of use restrictions for the JSR TCK. Read on to find out what's included.

Oracle Responds to the Apache Software Foundation

by Alex Blewitt on  Nov 16, 2010 8

Oracle has responded to the Apache Software Foundation, saying that voting against Java 7 is a step backwards and that they believe they meet the JSPA. Updated: the Apache Software Foundation says "honour the agreement"

Nuxeo Introduces Plug-in Marketplace, CMIS Support to its Enterprise Content Management Offerings

by Charles Humble on  Nov 11, 2010

Open Source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) company Nuxeo has updated its Open Source OSGi-Based Content Management Infrastructure, adding support for JBoss 5.1, JBoss EAP, and CMIS 1.0, and introducing the Marketplace providing a distribution channel for Plug-ins.

Apache Threatens to Leave JCP

by Alex Blewitt on  Nov 10, 2010 11

In an unprecedented move, the Apache Software Foundation has announced its intention to terminate its relationship with the JCP if the rights as implementers of Java specifications are not upheld. If that's the case, they argue, then the JCP specifications are nothing more than proprietary documentation. What does this mean for the future of Java and the JCP?

Java's Baby Steps on Microsoft Azure Cloud

by Tim Cull on  Sep 20, 2010

This month Microsoft architect David Chou will be speaking at JavaOne about his experience getting Java applications to run on the Microsoft Azure cloud offering. While the technology is still early days, Mr. Chou promises brighter days ahead.

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