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August 12, 2008
DANVILLE, Calif. -- The OpenSAF Project, an open source community developing high availability base platform middleware, today announced that Version 2.0 of its Open Service Availability Framework (OpenSAF) code base is now available for download, free of charge, under the LGPL 2.1 license. This is the first release of the OpenSAF code base, which was developed and tested entirely by the OpenSAF community since its formal inception with the release 1 code base in January 2008. This release includes the SA Forum(TM) Log service and 64-bit support and has been through extensive regression testing by the community in a wide range of environments.
“64-bit support is an essential extension for high-performance environments and the comprehensive regression testing by the community provides a high degree of confidence in release 2,” said Mario Angelic, Technical Co-Chair of the OpenSAF Technical Leadership Council, and senior specialist, Ericsson. “As OpenSAF moves to the latest SA Forum Application Interface Specification, the AIS-based Log service provides a consistent, developer-friendly mechanism for consolidating log messages providing easier and more efficient integration and testing of new applications.”
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