OSF 3.4 Released: now easily deployable in CentOS 6 and 7

We have just released the latest version of the Open Semantic Framework (OSF) 3.4. This new version of OSF ships with a new deployment mechanism for CentOS versions 6 and 7. This feature has been requested for a long time by OSF users and we finally got the time and the resources to implement it. Other than that, minor improvements have been performed to some of the Web service endpoints. triple_120

With this version 3.4, we are now supporting automatic deployment of OSF on the following operating systems:

  1. CentOS 6
  2. CentOS 7
  3. Ubuntu 14.04

OSF is Maturing

The Open Semantic Framework project started in 2009, and was formerly known as structWSF. Structured Dynamics and its client partners invested a great deal of time and resources into the project. Now with the version 3.4, OSF is much more mature than it was only a year ago. The framework is now considered stable, and is in use in many different kinds of projects and is used for all kinds of different purposes.

Deploying a New OSF 3.4 Server

Using the OSF Installer

OSF 3.4 can easily be deployed on a CentOS 6, CentOS 7 or a Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server using the osf-installer application. The deployment is done by executing the following commands in your terminal:

[cc lang=”bash”]
mkdir -p /usr/share/osf-installer/

cd /usr/share/osf-installer/

wget https://raw.github.com/structureddynamics/Open-Semantic-Framework-Installer/3.4/install.sh

chmod 755 install.sh


./osf-installer –install-osf -v