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OSEE and the Eclipse Application LIfecycle Framework project [message #1939] Wed, 25 July 2007 02:25 Go to next message
Brian Carroll is currently offline Brian Carroll
Messages: 51
Registered: July 2009
Member
Dear OSEE community,

Welcome to Eclipse. I'd like to introduce the Application Lifecycle Project
(ALF).
ALF is about tool integration, and relies on SOA as the mechanism for
integrating
development tools. It involves tools raising Events (as web services) which
are
filtered and routed by the ALF Event Manager, which logs and routes some
events to launch a BPEL process to synchronize data among development tools.
We also have a need for a common identity for users and have tool wrappers
to handle obtaining an identity token and conveying it through to the tools
launched as part of the BPEL process (we have worked closely with the
Higgins project and make use of their Token Server.) While ALF provides
some infrastructure for integrating development tools, it adds a data
integration layer
on top of that, called ALF Vocabularies, in which we are defining the
services and
events appropriate to coordinating tools across the application lifecycle.

ALF is an incubator project under the Technology top-level project and is
close to announcing
its 0.8 milestone release. You can learn more at www.eclipse.org/alf.

As I look a the OSEE slides, I see a number of areas of common interest, and
would like to initiate a dialog between our projects to identify touch
points, synergies, and areas of overlap.

Regards,
Brian Carroll
ALF Project Lead
Fellow
Serena Software
(503) 617-2436
bcarroll@serena.com
Re: OSEE and the Eclipse Application LIfecycle Framework project [message #1954 is a reply to message #1939] Wed, 05 September 2007 18:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ryan D. Brooks is currently offline Ryan D. Brooks
Messages: 100
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Brian,

Thanks for the welcome. I'm glad to learn of Higgins project. It sounds
like we may be able to benefit from it for user authentication. I agree
that we do have a number of areas of common interest. We are currently
preparing more than 100K lines of code for the initial contribution to the
OSEE project, so that effort is consuming our current energies, but I look
forward to talking with you in the future.

Thanks,
Ryan


Thanks,
Ryan Brooks
Re: OSEE and the Eclipse Application LIfecycle Framework project [message #1968 is a reply to message #1954] Wed, 26 September 2007 02:38 Go to previous message
Brian Carroll is currently offline Brian Carroll
Messages: 51
Registered: July 2009
Member
Ryan,
Great! It is good to make contact. Hope your initial code contribution has
been going smoothly. When do you anticipate would be a good time to do some
joint presentations so our teams can see where we have synergies and
overlaps.

ALF has been maturing nicely and now has a Single SignOn system for web and
web service-based tools that complements ALF's previous event-driven and
process-driven tool integration framework. For SSO make use of Higgins'
Security Token Server (STS).

Let me know when would be a good time to set up perhaps an initial
conference call.

Regards,
Brian

Brian Carroll
ALF Project Lead
Serena Software
(503) 617-2436

"Ryan Brooks" <ryan.d.brooks@boeing.com> wrote in message
news:9498fb90256ffb6e93e5c7a20ede70bd$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Brian,
>
> Thanks for the welcome. I'm glad to learn of Higgins project. It sounds
> like we may be able to benefit from it for user authentication. I agree
> that we do have a number of areas of common interest. We are currently
> preparing more than 100K lines of code for the initial contribution to the
> OSEE project, so that effort is consuming our current energies, but I look
> forward to talking with you in the future.
>
> Thanks,
> Ryan
>
Re: OSEE and the Eclipse Application LIfecycle Framework project [message #568042 is a reply to message #1939] Wed, 05 September 2007 18:42 Go to previous message
Ryan D. Brooks is currently offline Ryan D. Brooks
Messages: 100
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Brian,

Thanks for the welcome. I'm glad to learn of Higgins project. It sounds
like we may be able to benefit from it for user authentication. I agree
that we do have a number of areas of common interest. We are currently
preparing more than 100K lines of code for the initial contribution to the
OSEE project, so that effort is consuming our current energies, but I look
forward to talking with you in the future.

Thanks,
Ryan


Thanks,
Ryan Brooks
Re: OSEE and the Eclipse Application LIfecycle Framework project [message #568069 is a reply to message #1954] Wed, 26 September 2007 02:38 Go to previous message
Brian Carroll is currently offline Brian Carroll
Messages: 51
Registered: July 2009
Member
Ryan,
Great! It is good to make contact. Hope your initial code contribution has
been going smoothly. When do you anticipate would be a good time to do some
joint presentations so our teams can see where we have synergies and
overlaps.

ALF has been maturing nicely and now has a Single SignOn system for web and
web service-based tools that complements ALF's previous event-driven and
process-driven tool integration framework. For SSO make use of Higgins'
Security Token Server (STS).

Let me know when would be a good time to set up perhaps an initial
conference call.

Regards,
Brian

Brian Carroll
ALF Project Lead
Serena Software
(503) 617-2436

"Ryan Brooks" <ryan.d.brooks@boeing.com> wrote in message
news:9498fb90256ffb6e93e5c7a20ede70bd$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Brian,
>
> Thanks for the welcome. I'm glad to learn of Higgins project. It sounds
> like we may be able to benefit from it for user authentication. I agree
> that we do have a number of areas of common interest. We are currently
> preparing more than 100K lines of code for the initial contribution to the
> OSEE project, so that effort is consuming our current energies, but I look
> forward to talking with you in the future.
>
> Thanks,
> Ryan
>
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