Ok, not a completely truthful headline. As an open source company with a completely open development model, the source code has been hosted publicly for some time and the roadmap for it has been discussed on our public architecture mailing list. How can you leak something that’s already public?
But the real story is still interesting: WSO2 CTO Paul Fremantle has posted a blog entry helping early adopters download, install, and configure the soon-to-be-released product.
The WSO2 Message Broker marries Apache QPid with the Carbon OSGi architecture for JMS (Java Message Service) support and AMQP protocol support. It is designed to help SOA adopters and those building on the WSO2 Carbon/Stratos platform to easily add messaging patterns to their toolkit of best practices for enterprise integration.
Look forward to more announcements soon, or follow Paul’s directions for your early adopter investigation!
Jonathan Marsh, VP Business Development and Marketing
Jonathan’s blog: http://jonathanmarsh.net/blog