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Balconies, Patios, Terraces, and Bridges. Architectural approaches for moving legacy Java applications to OSGi - Tim Bond

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OSGi is a great platform for building new applications, but what if you have 250.000 lines of legacy Java code that uses custom classloaders, dynamic invocation, and complex resource loading ...

OSGi is a great platform for building new applications, but what if you have 250.000 lines of legacy Java code that uses custom classloaders, dynamic invocation, and complex resource loading techniques? There are many approaches to moving such a product to OSGi. This talk will explore the approaches Software AG evaluated while moving their flagship integration platform from plain old Java to OSGi as well as challenges encountered as part of the move.

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