News: Apache ServiceMix is now an official ASF project
Apache ServiceMix is an extensible messaging bus for service integration, mediation and composition and its related components. ServiceMix provides a JBI 1.0 ESB and component suite. The ASF board has just approved its graduation which means that the project is now fully endorsed by the ASF. Development of the next major version has already began and will be based on OSGi as a container and deployment platform and Apache Camel for the Enterprise Integration Patterns, in addition to Apache ActiveMQ for the JMS message broker and Apache CXF for the web services framework.
- Posted by: Guillaume Nodet
- Posted on: September 20 2007 10:13 EDT
- Gz by Dsfgsdf Fgsdfg on September 20 2007 10:19 EDT
- Re: Apache ServiceMix is now an official ASF project by Roland Altenhoven on September 21 2007 01:07 EDT
- Congratulations by John Davies on September 21 2007 13:20 EDT
- Re: Apache ServiceMix is now an official ASF project by Hossam Karim on September 21 2007 17:04 EDT
- Congrats by Manoj Gupta on September 24 2007 07:21 EDT
Congratulations to the Sm team! Nice job.
Congratulations guys. I like ActiveMQ and Camel (its like guice with intuitive way of defining routing rules) cheers.
Can you tell me something more about the relationship between Camel and ServiceMix? I might be wrong, but it seems to me there is some functional overlap as they both can play the role of an ESB, how can they work together? Thanks in advance M.
Can you tell me something more about the relationship between Camel and ServiceMix? I might be wrong, but it seems to me there is some functional overlap as they both can play the role of an ESB, how can they work together?Here you go. James Iona Open Source the Enterprise Way
Congratulation to the Apache ServiceMix Team and Community. I'm looking forward to see the same progress as in the last years and continuation by the great support of the standard JBI (Java Business Integration). Roland SOA Competence Network
Well done guys, being officially endorsed by Apache will go a long way making ServiceMix a "safe" choice for the larger companies (banks and telcos etc.) -John-
Congratulations, excellent job guys
This is really great job done by Apache. I was waiting this for a long time. Can anybody post the feature and functionalities of ServiceMix. Manoj -Hughes Systique-
This is really great job done by Apache. I was waiting this for a long time. Can anybody post the feature and functionalities of ServiceMix.There's is really a lot of information on the ServiceMix website but below is a very quick stab: * Lightweight, messaging-based integration platform * Built on top of Apache ActiveMQ * Configured using the Spring Framework * Easily embeddable * Integration with many app servers * Implements the JBI 1.0 spec * Includes support for the following: ** Apache Camel ** Drools ** Many EIP patterns ** File-based operations ** FTP ** HTTP/S ** JAAS ** JMS ** JSR-181 Web Services Metadata ** JSR-223 Scripting ** POJOs ** Quartz ** RSS ** XQuery ** XSLT ** WS-Addressing ** WS-Notification ** WS-Security ** XMPP I'm sure there is a ton of stuff I'm forgetting at the moment. For more info, see the User's Guide. And if you have any questions, please jump on the ServiceMix discussion forums.