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Re: [ecf-dev] Blog ECF Discovery: How many zookeepers does it take to screw in a lightbulb

Hi Wim,

Thanks for the blog posting...and the contribution of course. This is *great* stuff. I'm not sure if everyone realizes it, but ECF's impl of OSGi remote services works with any/all ECF discovery providers (now supported/available: zeroconf, slp, xml file-based, and now apache zookeeper), this means that people can *easily* mix and match discovery providers with ECF remote service providers (now supported: r-OSGi, ECF generic, JMS/Apache MQ, JavaGroups, XMPP, Skype, rest-based providers, soap-based providers). So based upon use case, network security constraints, existing network architecture, etc., people can use any desired combination of discovery provider(s) and remote service provider(s).

Also, this is a great example of community-driven and community-contributed project development.
Good work!


Wim Jongman wrote:
Hi Guys,

Ahmed Aadel who works at Remain Software created a Zookeeper based Discovery provider which can be used to publish remote services in an OSGi container.
I have created a blog posting here:


Wim Jongman
MP @ Remain Software


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