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eBPM0.7 is available now.
eBPM is the result of the contribution to Eclipse of part of the core of the open source project Spagic, the free/open source platform for the governance of middleware services and the development of SOA applications. The contribution work is still in progress: this means that using eBPM without any auxiliary tools is quite complex now. For this reason, in this tour we'll use some complementary tools provided by the original project Spagic along with the eBPM runtime, provided in its basic version with some additional Spagic bundles.
Spagic has been refactored for the eBPM contribution: most of the core bundles have been renamed, some code has been modified so as to allow the use of the libraries that are compatible with the EPL license. The license of all bundles has been changed as well.
eBPMRoadmap for 2010 includes: