Release Notes: This version brings the possibility to manage process versioning.
Release Notes: Integration with Camel (http://camel.apache.org) was added. This opens a wide range a possibilities, like calling non-WS services (sending an email, a JMS message, calling a local Java class) directly from your process. It is now possible to use Orchestra in a cluster mode. This gives load balancing and fail-over capabilities. It is now possible to call sub-processes directly without going through the WS stack. Orchestra automatically detects if a call is related to another process, enhancing the performance of this type of call.
Release Notes: The main focus of this release is on the OSGi packaging. CXF and Axis are now integrated as OSGi bundles and the Tomcat packages have been modified to use the OSGi packaging. This provides a lot of flexibility in the choice of Web Service implementation you want to use. The other main feature added is related to the management of "dead" Jobs. There is now a default execution that kills the instances that have a dead job, but Orchestra also provides the possibility to interact with those jobs using the API.
Release Notes: This version provides OSGi packaging, which has now been adopted by all major software vendors as the base technology for SOA platforms.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.