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Practical SOA with Apache Tuscany Session at SOA World

Apache Tuscany provides an open source services infrastructure for building SOA solutions

Apache Tuscany provides an open source services infrastructure for building SOA solutions. It's based on emerging Service Component Architecture (SCA) specifications. With the Tuscany implementation of SCA, application developers can easily create or reuse services in different languages (Java, C++, BPEL, XQuery or various scripting languages), assemble and deploy them in a distributed environment. It now becomes a reality that application developer can really focus on the business logic without being puzzled by the plumbing technologies. In this session, we will introduce the key aspects of SCA by real examples and demonstrate how simple, flexible and powerful the experience can be to develop SOA solutions with Tuscany.

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Speaker Bio:
Raymond Feng is a senior software engineer with IBM. He is now a committer of Apache Tuscany open source project working on the Service Component Architecture (SCA) runtime. Raymond has been developing SOA platform for more than 5 years and is one of the pioneers implementing SCA. Prior to this role he was a key developer and team lead for WebSphere Process Server products since 2002.

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SOA News Desk 10/11/07 04:05:27 PM EDT

Apache Tuscany provides an open source services infrastructure for building SOA solutions. It's based on emerging Service Component Architecture (SCA) specifications. With the Tuscany implementation of SCA, application developers can easily create or reuse services in different languages (Java, C++, BPEL, XQuery or various scripting languages), assemble and deploy them in a distributed environment. It now becomes a reality that application developer can really focus on the business logic without being puzzled by the plumbing technologies. In this session, we will introduce the key aspects of SCA by real examples and demonstrate how simple, flexible and powerful the experience can be to develop SOA solutions with Tuscany.