WSO2 webinar shows developers how modular Carbon SOA platform can cut complexity and speed up project delivery

Mountain View, CA – February 10, 2008 – Developers all too often find that the complexity of integrating different middleware products can add weeks or months to an SOA implementation. Until now, there have been few options for streamlining this process.

WSO2 is addressing the challenge head on with a new, modular approach to middleware based on the OSGi specification. WSO2 Carbon, launched on February 9, 2009, is the first fully componentized SOA framework. The plug-and-play WSO2 Carbon architecture promises to significantly simplify SOA deployment. Imagine being asked to take data services and implement them in an existing schema. However, instead of having to implement and integrate an entire enterprise service bus, now it’s just a matter of adding a mediation component to the SOA middleware that was used to create the data services—saving weeks in time.

Webinar: Simplifying SOA with Carbon

The WSO2 webinar “WSO2 Synergies: The Carbon Story” will introduce the Carbon unified SOA middleware platform and show how it gives control back to software architects and developers. Attendees will learn how they can customize deployments and seamlessly add product capabilities as an implementation grows. They will also learn how implementing Carbon simplifies the ability to add security, clustering, scalability and governance to SOAs. The free webinar will be held Thursday, February 12, from 9 a.m.-10 a.m. Pacific.

Presenting will be Paul Fremantle, WSO2 co-founder and CTO, who has spearheaded the development of WSO2 Carbon, as well as the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus. Paul is a committer with the Apache Software Foundation and serves as vice president of the Apache Synapse project. He also is co-chair of the OASIS WS-RX Technical Committee.

In addition to the webinar, WSO2 has developed a brief slideshare presentation and eBook to explain the architectural concepts behind Carbon. Both can be accessed from the WSO2 Oxygen Tank developer portal. To register for the webinar click here