Introduction to the Newton Project – distributed OSGi & SCA

Robert Dunne (Paremus)

OSGi DevCon · Short Talk

Thursday, 14:40, 10 minutes | Room 209/210 | Download in iCal Format

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The Newton Project is an open source framework that itself is built out of the OSGi and SCA standards and provides a lightweight, distributed framework for next generation composite applications built out of OSGi bundles and described as SCA documents. In addition to distribution, Newton also provides a simple automated deployment model for application code and middleware, along with a sophisticated provisioning capability for ensuring application availability even under failure scenarios. A high level overview of the Newton Project will be provided along with an introduction to some of the examples that are available for exploration from the open source site www.codecauldron.org.

Robert is a Principal Developer with Paremus working on the Infiniflow Service Fabric and the open source distributed OSGi/SCA Newton Project (hosted at www.codecauldron.org). He has been working with distributed systems for 9 years, primarily in the finance and telecoms sectors. He holds a Ph.D. in mathematical physics from Cambridge University.

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