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SOA Governance workflow in S-RAMP

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Governance (of all your artefacts) in a SOA environment is critical, and the Overlord project is an umbrella project that aims to bring governance to the JBoss SOA Platform and beyond. The S-RAMP project is one of those puzzle pieces.  It is a SOA repository, based on the “SOA Repository Artifact Model and Protocol” (S-RAMP)Read more →

Google Summer of Code: Students apply now!

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JBoss is participating in the Google Summer of Code 2012 program, which means that students can work on their favourite open-source project during the summer and get ultimate glory and a nice paycheck in return. Google Summer of Code is a global program that gives university students a stipend to write code for open sourceRead more →

Welcome Alexandre Porcelli

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Alexandre Porcelli has joined the Drools & jBPM team today. Alexandre is an Antlr guru and also leads the Open Spotlight project, http://porcelli.github.com/OpenSpotLight/. Alexandre will initially be helping out on the Guvnor work for jBPM, then in a few months time we hope that he’ll lead our work around distributed computing. Alexendre lives in sunnyRead more →

jBPM5 workshops in Japan and Australia

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I’ll be doing a set of workshops in September on jBPM5, in Japan and Australia this time. These workshops are a combination of presentations highlighting the various features, combined with practical sessions where you can try it out yourself using simple exercices on your own laptop. A more precise agenda of what will be coveredRead more →

SwitchYard integration is coming for jBPM

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For those who might not be familiar, SwitchYard is a lightweight service delivery framework providing full lifecycle support for developing, deploying, and managing service-oriented applications. You mean like an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)? Yeah, kind of. At it’s core, SwitchYard provides an embeddable services runtime with limited dependencies, allowing you to deploy and run servicesRead more →

The jBPM team is looking to hire !

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With the first jBPM5 release out there, the work isn’t done! We have lots of existing customers that need support or are eager to move to the new version and need some assistance. On top of that, we obviously want to keep improving and extending our latest version with new and exciting features. That’s whyRead more →