We have recently gone through the process of categorizing Warewolf and refocusing our development efforts into the service bus aspects of Warewolf. This blog post explains how Warewolf fits into your existing software architecture.
Our latest release went out today and you’ll notice some nice changes in version 0.4.19.1 of Warewolf. Aside from going open source, our focus over the last month has been on three key areas: Extra stability, Better performance, and Documentation Warewolf Stability and Performance The biggest win for you […]
When we tell people of our recent decision to take Warewolf open source, we often get questions like “Why have you done that?” and “How will you make money?” So here are our top six reasons to take your software open source: 1. Being open source gives you access to new […]
Warewolf currently makes use of the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) engine to execute services. We make use of custom activities for all the current tool connectors. In some cases these make use of built-in WF activities. During the development of Warewolf we needed to find a way for a non-developer […]
I have been asked to throw together a quick demo of Warewolf. To do this, I will show you how to very quickly build a web service using Warewolf. The service will validate that an email address has been passed in and return Success or Failure. Before we begin there […]
For a long time we have really battled to put Warewolf into a neat box. It is a powerful, unique and multi-faceted system that we’ve never been able to categorise. It’s been a massive frustration as a marketer when I’ve tried to communicate this “thing”. The idea behind Warewolf […]