Thursday, October 06, 2005

DBE Studio

The Digital Business Ecosystem (DBE) project has proudly announced the launch of their integrated development environment - DBE Studio. It is a major milestone for the project which comprises of a collection of development capabilities in the form of editors, service development tools and wizards. The DBE Studio has been built on the Eclipse platform and is expected to become an integral part of the software services development environment amongst the software developers.

Congratulations Team DBE and DBE Studio Partners....

The web site provides the necessary instructions to download and install the DBE studio. The installation instructions are also provided below:

Eclipse 3.1 or higher
GEF 3.1 or higher
EMF 2.1 or higher

Installation Instructions
Configure your HTTP proxy settings within eclipse if necessary:
Select “Window” -> “Preferences...” -> “Install/Update”.
Click the “Enable HTTP proxy connection” check box.
Enter your proxy host address and port.
Select “Help" -> “Software Updates” -> “Find and install...”.
Select the “Search for new features to install” radio box and click “Next”.
Click “New Remote Site…” and supply the following parameters:
Name: DBE Studio
Check the "DBE Studio" box, and click "Next".
Check the "DBE Studio" box, and click "Next".
Read and accept the feature license and click "Next".
Select an installation location, click "Finish"
Ignore the warnings about the feature not being digitally signed, click "Install All".
Click "yes" to restart the workbench

Sunday, October 02, 2005

Global Computing Semimar at SICS

SICS, the Swedish Institute of Computer Science is holding a seminar where different experts from the fields of Peer-2-Peer computing, Grid computing and SOA will share their views how these three pieces of technology are coming together. From the announcement:

The vision of service-oriented computing is embraced in the fields of Grid computing, Peer-to-Peer computing and Service Oriented Architectures. Until now, each research community has focused on different aspects, but we argue that these research fields have complementary strengths and will develop in a common direction, eventually eliminating the distinctions between them. This new environment will combine elements of resource management and coordination from Grid, inter-operability from Service Oriented Architectures, and self-organization and scalability aspects from Peer-to-Peer overlay networks.

More info available at SICS: