In todays connected world the requirement to connect applications across network boundaries has become a common requirement. With OSGi there are several ways to accomplish this, as there are different specifications to achieve this. In this talk we will look at some of these specifications to show what options there are and which might fit your requirements. Starting from an architecture that makes use of the HTTP Whiteboard pattern, over Remote Services to finally showing the usage of the JAX-RS Whiteboard specification introduced with R7.
The Jakarta EE Community is still finding it's wings. But, that's not stopping the JAX-RS team. This team was the first Jakarta EE component out of the chute and ready to make waves. They tested some of the boundaries before the boundaries even existed. This session will introduce you to the Jakarta EE community and processes in general. And, you will have the opportunity to learn from one of the JAX-RS leads and their experiences.