Apache CXF: Where it's Been and What the Future Holds for Web Services Frameworks More open source componentry and frameworks continue to emerge from developer communities and the major open source foundations. One of the latest, Apache CXF, an open-source Web services framework, graduated from incubation recently to become a full project. The progeny of the previous merger of the ObjectWeb-managed Celtix project and the XFire Project at Codehaus, CXF joins a growing pool of Apache and other open source projects supporting services oriented architect (SOA) infrastructure. Many, like CXF, also enjoy commercial support and associated commercial products, such as IONA Technologies' FUSE. To learn more about CXF and the direction for SOA, middleware and open source development, we spoke with Dan Kulp, a principal engineer at IONA who has been deeply involved with CXF; Raven Zachary, the open-source research director at The 451 Group, and Benson Margulies, the CTO of Basis Technology. Our podcast is moderated by Dana Gardner, principal analyst at Interarbor Solutions. Sponsor: IONA Technologies. Read a full transcript of the discussion at: http://briefingsdirect.blogspot.com/2008/06/apache-cxf-where-its-been-and-what.html.
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