In viaggio verso 'Oslo'
La notizia sta rimbalzando da ieri sera su vari blogs. Microsoft codename 'Oslo' è un set di tecnologie che rappresentano la visione d'insieme di una moderna architettura SOA.
Dalla press release:
Building on the technology available today, the “Oslo” advancements will be delivered through Microsoft server and tools products in five key areas:
- Server. Microsoft BizTalk Server “6” will continue to provide a core foundation for distributed and highly scalable SOA and BPM solutions, and deliver the capability to develop, manage and deploy composite applications.
- Services. BizTalk Services “1” will offer a commercially supported release of Web-based services enabling hosted composite applications that cross organizational boundaries. This release will include advanced messaging, identity and workflow capabilities.
- Framework. The Microsoft .NET Framework “4” release will further enable model-driven development with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF).
- Tools. New technology planned for Visual Studio “10” will make significant strides in end-to-end application life-cycle management through new tools for model-driven design of distributed applications.
- Repository. There will also be investments in aligning the metadata repositories across the Server and Tools product sets. Microsoft System Center “5,” Visual Studio “10” and BizTalk Server “6” will utilize a repository technology for managing, versioning and deploying models.
'Oslo' non è quindi UNA tecnologia, ma un insieme di tecnologie.
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