Enterprise OSGi in Action: With examples using Apache Aries

Enterprise OSGi in Action: With examples using Apache Aries

Holly Cummins


Enterprise OSGI in Action is a hands-on consultant for builders utilizing OSGi to construct the following iteration of firm Java purposes. via providing proper examples and case reports, this publication publications the reader in the course of the maze of recent criteria and projects.

About This Book

Enterprise OSGi is a suite of criteria for development modular Java purposes which combine seamlessly with latest Java EE applied sciences. It extends the OSGi part framework to allotted systems.

Enterprise OSGi in Action is a hands-on advisor for builders utilizing OSGi to construct firm Java functions. Many examples and case reports assist you to construct, try, and installation modular net purposes. The booklet explains find out how to benefit from dynamism, distribution, and automated dependency provisioning, whereas nonetheless integrating with latest Java EE applications.

The publication is written for Java EE builders. No earlier adventure with OSGi is required.

What's Inside

  • Build modular functions utilizing servlets, JSPs, WARs, and JPA
  • Better part reuse and robustness
  • Expert advice for Apache Aries

Purchase of the print e-book features a unfastened booklet in PDF, Kindle, and ePub codecs from Manning Publications.

About the Authors

Holly Cummins and Tim Ward are lead engineers who frequently converse at developerWorks, Devoxx, JavaZone, and EclipseCon. Tim has written criteria in either the OSGi middle and firm necessities and either authors are energetic Apache Aries committers.

Table of Contents

  1. OSGi and the enterprise—why now?
  2. Developing an easy OSGi-based net application
  3. Persistence can pay off
  4. Packaging what you are promoting OSGi applications
  5. PART 2 development larger firm OSGI APPLICATIONS
  6. Best practices for company applications
  7. Building dynamic functions with OSGi services
  8. Provisioning and resolution
  9. Tools for construction and testing
  10. IDE improvement tools
  11. PART three INTEGRATING company OSGI WITH every little thing ELSE
  12. Hooking up distant structures with disbursed OSGi
  13. Migration and integration
  14. Coping with the non-OSGi world
  15. Choosing a stack

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