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From Kallen McInerney <kall...@marketamerica.com>
Subject RE: Still Alive?
Date Wed, 31 Jul 2013 23:40:15 GMT
We've been using Tuscany 2.0 in production for almost 18 months now.  It was fairly painless
to integrate and performed well so we never really had to engage the community.

From: Akhil Anil [mailto:akhil.karun@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 9:18 PM
To: user@tuscany.apache.org
Subject: Re: Still Alive?

Hi Sajjad,

At my workplace, we've implemented Tuscany very recently (just few months back). IMHO Tuscany
is very mature and tested. You wont be ruining your application.

On 29 July 2013 23:20, Luciano Resende <luckbr1975@gmail.com<mailto:luckbr1975@gmail.com>>

On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 10:47 AM, Sajjad Daya <sajjad.daya1@gmail.com<mailto:sajjad.daya1@gmail.com>>

> Hi Guys
> I'm writing to inquire if Tuscany is still alive, and most importantly, is it still relevant?
> From the Tuscany site, I see many references to 2007, and 2008, but not so much after

Mature projects are less active than new projects which what you see today in Tuscany.

> I am about to start a new SOA project for the cloud, and want to know if I should use
Tuscany for my services, or is there something new that has caught the interests of Tuscany

There are several companies utilizing Tuscany as of today, and they have seen little issues
with the current functionality. If you need new stuff (e.g. new bindings, etc), then you might
be prepared to help, and we will be here to guide.

> As you can imagine, I'm quite concerned about having a large part of our application
depend on a technology, that appears to have been abandoned. So any guidance or assistance
you can provide would be very helpful.

Agree with you, see comments above.

> Thank you for your help!
> Sajjad

Luciano Resende


Thanks and regards....

May God Bless us!



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