liveSense is a Java based open source web application framework designed for portals, web-based 'cloud' applications and various SAAS-solutions. liveSense is built on the OSGi model, which provides a modularized, dynamic runtime environment, where the modules are manageable at runtime. 

OSGi based

Runtime module system

OSGi technology is a set of specifications that defines a dynamic component system for Java. These specifications reduce software complexity by providing a modular architecture for large-scale distributed systems as well as small, embedded applications. All software parts are delivered in bundles, so don't file storage to serve complete sites. The bundles are replacebe on runtime, so you can change any part of software without downtime.

Docker build


The liveSense is designed to work with modern continous delivery tools and services. The whole application can be integrated, travis ci and wercker.  Maintain the code, and the rest is done by cloud providers

Run in cluod

Out of box OpenShift support

liveSense provides support to run in cloud. By default OpenShift is supported out of box - so you can host in cloud or your own infrastructure too. Easy to deploy to other cloud providers too. You can delivery with a full development lifecycle without expensive infrastructure!

Generalized stack

Technologies stacked in one container

Lot of amazing techoligies stacked in liveSense, so you can decide how you deploy you architecture. Your choice what is in one container and what are deployed in another. Some if simpler application can be stacked in one container so you can decrease the costs of your infrastructure. Out of box supported technologies are Apache Solr, Apache CXF

J2EE Support

You can deploy to Webshpere, JBoss, Weblogic and Tomcat

liveSense can be depled in J2EE environment, so you can use your own existing infrastructure too. It can be deployed in clustered environment.