It’s hard to read through a book on the principles of magic without glancing at the cover periodically to make sure it isn’t a book on software design. —Bruce Tognazzini.

Welcome to Amdatu! Amdatu is an open source project, which is aimed at offering an infrastructure for the development of scalable and resilient Cloud applications using dynamic modular services architectures. It is designed for distributed systems ranging from Cloud integration solutions up to massive IoT deployments. Read more on Amdatu here.

Latest news

5 Aug 2019 - Amdatu transitions from mailing lists to Slack

Ever since the beginning of the project, the Amdatu community used mailing lists for communication and collaboration. With the introduction of a project Wiki Amdatu wiki a different type of collaboration was introduced which resulted in a negligible level of traffic on the mailing lists. Therefore we have decided to transition away from mailing lists and only use Slack for direct commmunication. For that purpose we will use the existing Amdaty Slack channel.

4 Feb 2019 - Amdatu Blueprint Bachelor has been released!

Bachelor is the first release of Amdatu Blueprint that has a proper name, instead of r1, r2 we now have a named releases. Besides the name there are obviously other changes worth mentioning.

We moved the Gradle script support for creating Docker images into a separate Gradle plugin. This greatly simplifies the setup of creating Docker images from your build and makes migrating to newer versions of Amdatu Blueprint easier.

The Gradle build has been updated to use Bnd 4.1.0. To make sure the IDE and Gradle build produce the same results use the Amdatu IDEA IntelliJ plugin version 2.1.0 or Bndtools 4.1.0

We have added additional meta data into our Amdatu Bluprint features to support the Amdatu InteliJ plugin, this makes that we now have auto completion for feature names in IntelliJ.

An expirimental feature has been added to support Java 11. This feature has been added as a fist step to supporting Java 11 and not all components have been tested so it’s not recommended for production yet.

Amdatu Web: Comes with new default JAX-RS ExceptionMapper that generates an exception code that’s logged with the exeption. This makes it easy to find exceptions reported by a user in the log.

Amdatu Mongo: Updated to the Mongo driver to version 3.9.1.

Amdatu Security: Several bugfixes.

And last but not least we have updated all 3rd-party dependencies to stay current.

Check out the blueprint documentation to get started quickly.