Bundle-Bee transforms OSGi-runtimes into a scalable grid platform. The grid forms automatically via Bundle-Bee's zero configuration feature. Ordinary bundles become grid enabled during startup via Java bytecode instrumentation.

In contrast to other platforms, Bundle-Bee doesn’t require a radically new programming paradigm. Simple adherence to constraints that are already known from other distributed programming environments (e.g. Java EE’s EJB or RMI) are sufficient: Don’t mess with threading and classloading, stay away from using statics and use interfaces that would work with call-by-value- as well as call-by-reference-semantics. That’s about it.

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Moven to GitHub
The Bundle-Bee Project hast moved to GitHub. Please find us here: https://github.com/innoq/bundle-bee
Added by Philipp Haußleiter about 2 years ago

File Mirror for BundleBee Releases
Added by Philipp Haußleiter over 5 years ago

Subversion Repository public available
Added by Philipp Haußleiter over 5 years ago

Bundle-Bee Version 0.5.3 released
We proudly announcing our next Release Version from Bundle-Bee.
Added by Philipp Haußleiter over 5 years ago

Preparations for the OOP conference
This year will present Bundle-Bee to all interested people at the booth at OOP-conference. We're highly interested in getting some feedback and maybe to hear about your experience with Bundle-Bee.
Added by Phillip Ghadir almost 6 years ago

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