Master the OSGi Lifecycle model with Packt’s new book and ebook

January 2013 | Java, Open Source

Packt is pleased to announce the publication of a new book, titled OSGI Starter, a short, fast, focused guide to learning OSGi for building and deploying modular applications. This book is intended for senior Java programmers, Architects joining OSGi based projects or to broaden their exposure to Open Services Gateway by gaining their familiarity with OSGi.

About the Authors:

Johan Edstrom: : he is an Apache developer working with Savoir Technologies. He has created Java architectures for large and scalable, high transaction monitoring, financial, and open source systems.

Jamie Goodyear: he is an Apache developer and computer systems analyst working with Savoir Technologies. He has designed and critiqued architectures for large organizations worldwide.

This book introduces developers to Open Services Gateway and helps master the OSGi Lifecycle model for modular code. Users will learn about the core concepts, gain practical experience with the most important features, and learn about the basic tenets of modular code practices.

Users will be taken through the key architectural aspects of OSGi and familiarise themselves with key OSGi patterns such as Whiteboard and Extender. They will learn about the Bundle as the most basic layer of OSGI modularity.

This book is out now and is available from Packt. For more information, please visit the book page at OSGi Starter.


OSGi Starter
Discover the basic tenets of the Open Services Gateway initiative and modular programming

For more information, please visit:http://www.packtpub.com/open-services-gateway-initiative-starter/book

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