OSGi


Introducing the Paremus Service Fabric

This post is the first of a series of videos that will introduce and explore the capabilities of the Paremus Service Fabric; a distributed, highly modular, self-managing OSGi based platform.

This first episode demonstrates the creation of a Service Fabric in the Digital Ocean public Cloud environment. Having created a Service Fabric – we then review the Fabric’s management capabilities and deploy a simple example of a modular microservice based application.

This series will go onto explore various unique aspects of the (more…)


Agility and Structural Modularity – part III

The first post in this series explored the fundamental relationship between Structural Modularity and Agility. In the second post we learnt how highly agile, and so highly maintainable, software systems are achievable through the use of OSGi.

This third post is based upon a presentation entitled ‘Workflow for Development, Release and Versioning with OSGi / Bndtools: Real World Challenges‘ (http://www. (more…)


Japan Bound

Japan May 2013A few of the Paremus team will be over in Japan this week for a number of meetings and activities.

The first to note is a Japan JUG meeting on Monday 27 May where Neil Bartlett will be presenting “OSGi Pure and Simple”, an introduction to OSGi for Java developers new to it.

If you are in Japan we would be pleased to see you there.  The Japan JUG starts at 19.00hrs and is being held at Tokyo-to Shinjuku-ku shinjuku 5-17-17 Watabishi building. [Map]

You can find full details and how to register at http://kokucheese.com/event/index/90755/.

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