Daily Archives: September 22, 2016


`OSGi Enabled` – This is not a statement, this is an ongoing commitment to you…

A Product or Service bearing the “OSGi Enabled” ingredient mark signifies an ongoing commitment: a commitment to maintainability, flexibility, evolvability; a commitment to longevity.

 

The US DARPA agency states that the longevity of modern software systems is orders of magnitude less than other human built artefacts. In this, DARPA rightly recognise the need for software systems to be adaptive to unforeseen changes in their runtime environments. Via the BRASS initiative, DARPA hope to encourage the IT industry to think about (more…)


Java 9, OSGi and the Future of Modularity

InfoQ today published the first part of a two part article written by Neil Bartlett from Paremus and Kai Hackbath from Bosch / ProSyst.

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Its definitely worth a read. The article was written some time ago so is in advance of the latest delay to JPMS / Jigsaw (and consequently Java 9) that was proposed last week on the mail list and at JavaOne this week.  This is just the latest in a series of delays over many years and we suspect won’t be the last.

As a very quick synopsis the conclusions are: (more…)