MuleSource has delivered an open source SOA governance platform with an integrated registry and repository to ease development and deployment.
MuleSource has announced the community edition release of Mule Galaxy 1.0, the first open source SOA (service oriented architecture) governance platform with integrated registry and repository.
Customers now have an affordable governance system for storing and managing an increasing number of SOA artifacts, said MuleSource.
Galaxy provides a full complement of registry and repository features, including governance and lifecycle management, dependency management, artifact management, and querying and indexing - all managed from a simple web console.
Galaxy can be deployed either alongside the Mule Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) as a part of a larger Mule architecture or as a standalone component in an enterprise's SOA infrastructure.
An easy-to-use RESTful HTTP Atom Pub interface simplifies integration with multiple frameworks such as Mule, Apache CXF, and WCF.
Galaxy also provides out-of-the box support for a variety of artifact types, such as Mule configurations, WSDLs, Policies, as well as custom artifacts. In addition, the pluggable governance platform allows customers to build out and enforce their own custom policies.