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A year ago, we released SO-Aware as our first product in Tellago Studios. SO-Aware represented a new way to manage web services and all the related artifacts like configuration, tests or monitoring data in the Microsoft stack. It was based on the idea...
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As part of the simplification in service configuration that we want to provide in SO-Aware, we have added two new commands in the PowerShell provider for generating the service configuration at design time in case you don’t want to rely on SO-Aware for...
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As we announced last week, we are shipping a new Visual Studio plugin for generating service proxies as part of the SO-Aware SDK. The functionality is equivalent to what you find today in the “Add Service Reference” command, but the results are much better...
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My colleagues Jesus Rodriguez and Dwight Goins were talking about many of challenges you might find for managing WCF services in the enterprise, and how SO-Aware can help you out in all those aspects. Check it out here .
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A common requirement that we received from some customers while we were in the early design stages of SO-Aware was the ability of tracking static dependencies between services. For instance, Service A calls Service B and Service B calls Service X. This...
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Service testing is another interesting feature that you will find in SO-Aware. Having a tool for testing a service in the repository is very important for the following reasons, You can make sure the service up and running (The service deployment and...
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As I discussed in the previous post, everything in SO-Aware is exposed as resources via OData. You can simply take a look at this by browsing at the main feed of the service repository. This means that we can import a new service into the repository and...
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I am very proud to announce today the release of our product in Tellago Studios , SO-Aware , a RESTful service repository based on OData.  The main difference between SO-Aware and other existing products is that everything is exposed as resources...
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