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Franco Martinig

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Modular Java EE in the Cloud Posted: Nov 12, 2012 6:57 PM
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Designing a system that can evolve without creating a maintenance nightmare is far from trivial. A service oriented, modular software architecture will help a lot to achieve this goal. Modularity forces separation of concerns which, when combined with a service oriented architecture, enables you to replace parts of a system without breaking others. The only mature modularity approach for Java is OSGi. OSGi is a framework that enables low-level modularity and services, but it is not an application framework like Java EE, i.e. you still need APIs to create web applications, ...

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