How to distribute Spring Dynamic Modules for OSGi with the Newton Project

David Savage (Paremus)

OSGi DevCon · Short Talk
Presentation
Thursday, 15:00, 10 minutes | Room 209/210 | Download in iCal Format

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David Savage

The Spring Framework has adopted OSGi for its component architecture. This talk will discuss how using the Newton open source distributed OSGi framework it is possible to transparently distribute Spring-OSGi based applications. A review of the basics of the Newton Project will be provided along with examples of how a Spring application developed on a single machine can be simply scaled out across a distributed environment. The session will also explain how Newton not only provides scale out but adds other benefits including automated deployment, dynamic resilience and simplified administration using a document driven approach.

David graduated from Cardiff University with a 1st Class Honours in Physics, subsequently he went on to become a finalist in the UK's SET awards for his final year thesis on quantum scale electrical conductivity phenomena. Since then he has worked extensively as a designer and developer of software in the telecoms and finance industries focusing mainly on large scale networked infrastructure.

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