Web Applications with OSGi – Working with Jersey

In this previous article, I explained how to deploy standard web applications into an OSGi container. In this article, I will talk about how to deploy a web application that exposes REST services with Jersey. Once again, the complete sources are available on GitHub. I have tried many things. And actually, only one really worked. […]

Posted at 4:05 pm on September 30, 2014 | 1 comment | Filed Under: OSGi | Tagged: , , , , | Continue reading

Web Applications with OSGi – Static Files

Context I currently work on migrating an existing web application to OSGi (*). The current solution relies on Jersey to expose REST services. It also exposes static resources for the web. And what I need to do is to drop Tomcat and deploy it inside an OSGi container. This is the last step to perform […]

Posted at 4:00 pm on September 30, 2014 | 2 comments | Filed Under: OSGi | Tagged: , , , , , | Continue reading


My name is Vincent Zurczak.
I am a R&D Engineer working for a French Software Editor.

I have a solid experience in Eclipse development, Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) and integration issues. I am now working on a project related to deployment and cloud computing. The project is called Roboconf and is open source.

I used to be a committer on Petals ESB (OW2), SCA Tools (Eclipse) and BPEL Designer (Eclipse).

You can also take a look at my French blog and my GitHub account.


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