Great news: we now have over 10K downloads per month (as per January 2010), which is quite impressive given our niche market focus. This is over 10 times more than 6 months ago… Atomikos keeps on growing!
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Those of you who have been watching our RoadMap know that SCA is one of the topics on our list of things to watch.
Well, it turns out that the team of Fabric3 has been integrating TransactionsEssentials into the Fabric3 SCA runtime. Nice work!
It’s Devoxx (formerly JavaPolis) time again… If you are around this year then make sure to look for familiar faces - we will be there mixing in with the crowd.
We are currently re-organising our developer support model in the following ways:
- Developer support tickets are no longer offered in isolation but rather in packets of 4
- This formula has been renamed to developer access
There are a number of reasons for doing this, but the most important one is that we want to avoid cumbersome discussions about whether a support question is actually one, two or more tickets: every time this has happened in the past, our customers were unhappy because they needed to go back to their management and ask for a budget one more time. Our new formula represents a compromise that should cover most scenarios with just one purchase.
The new formula should be online soon.
The newest product roadmaps for Atomikos are available here…
All feedback is welcome!
For those of you who are going to the SOA symposium in Rotterdam next month: if you’re interested in meeting Atomikos staff members then be sure to check for Guy - who will be attending the conference.
Due to popular demand, we now also have a maven repository online. This means our community can pick up new releases without requiring re-registration every time (although we don’t yet synchronize with the central, well-known public repositories).
Interested in finding out more? Detailed instructions are included in the download confirmation email - so next time you register should be the last time…
If you have been here recently then you will know already: our new site is finally online, live for everyone!
The intent was to revamp our site into a place that perfectly aligns with both our community and our business goals, and I think we have succeeded at doing so - but I will let you be the judge of that.
Thanks to everybody in the team for making this possible. To all our visitors I would say: enjoy!
I was at Devoxx (formerly Javapolis) today. Besides wandering around in the lobby (I prefer to talk to people there rather than listening to talks), the only presentation I attended was on the SpringSource dm Server. Joris Kuipers did a nice job on explaining how the OSGi modules work (I think I got it - more or less;-)
Tomorrow (Thursday) I will be there too - so if you are around just make sure to say hi!