Based on componentised SOA platform Carbon
WSO2, an open source SOA company, has launched a new version of Mashup Server, based on WSO2 Carbon, a componentised service-oriented architecture platform.
The company claims that the new offering combines simplicity of mashups with the reusability, security, reliability and governance required for SOAs. It extends the enterprise scalability, flexibility and management of composite services.
The company said that the version 2.0 sits on the core Carbon framework that provides all WSO2 Carbon SOA components with management, security, clustering, logging, statistics, tracing, and a try-it wizard for testing services, the company said.
The new offering also uses a unified graphical user interface designed to help deploy, manage, and view services, processes, process instances, and statistics across any SOA components being implemented. Any components added to WSO2 Mashup Server 2.0 are automatically recognised by the core Carbon framework and unified management console, eliminating the complexity of integration, the company said.
Sanjiva Weerawarana, founder and CEO of WSO2, said: “Our WSO2 Mashup Server has helped enterprise users to increase their productivity by making it easy to combine Web content and disparate internal data into powerful composite services. With the new WSO2 Carbon-based Mashup Server 2.0, users can now extend that productivity across the organisation, providing the performance, management and security that enterprise web services demand along with the flexibility to adapt as their needs change.”