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From conflue...@apache.org
Subject [CONF] Apache Tuscany: New Home Page (page edited)
Date Mon, 17 Nov 2008 05:09:00 GMT
New Home Page (TUSCANY) edited by haleh mahbod
      Page: http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TUSCANY/New+Home+Page
   Changes: http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/pages/diffpagesbyversion.action?pageId=101611&originalVersion=10&revisedVersion=11


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h3. Overview

Apache Tuscany simplifies the task of developing SOA solutions. It provides a comprehensive
infrastructure for SOA development and management based on Service Component Architecture
(SCA) standard. With SCA as it's foundation, Tuscany offers solution developers the following
advantages and is implemented in Java and C++.
* Provides a composition model that offers a solution-centric view of what services exist
in a composition and how they interact with one another. Services that constitute a useable
solution, such as a retail solution, can be implemented using any technology.  
* Enables service developers to create reusable services that only contain business logic.
Protocols are pushed out of business logic and are handled through pluggable bindings. this
will lower development cost. It will also allow applications to adapt to change without code
* Makes it possible for applications to easily adapt to infrastructure changes without recoding
since protocols are handled via pluggable bindings and quality of services (transaction, security)
are handled declaratively.
* Existing applications can work with new SCA compositions enabling incremental growth towards
a more flexible architecture.

In addition, Tuscany is integrated with various technologies and offers:
* a wide range of bindings (pluggable protocols)
* various component types including and not limited to Java, C++, BPEL, Spring and scripting

* an end to end service and data solution which includes support for Jaxb and SDO 
* a lightweight runtime that works standalone or with other application servers.
* a modular architecture that makes it easy to integrate with different technologies and to
* Integration with web20 technologies

Please join us to create a practical, extensible SOA infrastructure and scenario samples that
address the challenges which small to large scale businesses face.  
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* [*SCA Java 1.3.2* _(October, 2008)_|SCA Java Releases]
* [*SDO Java 1.1.1*|SDO Java 1.1.1] _[_(July 2008)_|SDO Java 1.1.1]_
* [*DAS Java 1.0-incubating-beta2*_(Oct, 2007)_|DAS Java Releases]
* [*SCA Native Incubator-M3* _(May, 2007)_|SCA Native Incubator-M3]
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