On April 16th 2008, Apache CXF graduated from the Apache incubator and officially became a top level project. At that time, CXF was mostly just a “soap stack”, although it did have a few additional bindings, such as as CORBA binding thanks to the contributions from IONA/Progress. Since then, the scope has expanded quite a […]
Those of you in the “Java EE” may have already seen the announcement from Oracle that was posted yesterday concerning the future of Java EE. This is potentially very exciting news, particularly for the various Apache projects that implement some of the Java EE specs. Since Apache CXF implements a couple of the specs (JAX-WS […]
I’ve spent quite a bit of time the last several weeks doing some performance tuning and profiling and such on the Talend ESB and decided to share some things I’ve learned. How this all started: Asankha Perera contacted me in early July as they started preparing for round 6 of their ESB Performance benchmarks as […]
I finally received the video of my presentation that I gave at CamelOne 2012 in Boston about the new features in Apache CXF. A little editing later (note for speakers: making sure the speaker agreement provides you with copies of any videos and complete rights to do anything you want with them is a good […]
I just uploaded my slide deck from my presentation about Apache CXF‘s new features that I presented at CamelOne in Boston to Slideshare. Apache CXF – New Features View more presentations from Daniel Kulp I will hopefully be getting a full video of it sometime soon. When I do, I’ll post it here.