Posted by: Dilipkrishnan
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QCon related news
via Stefan Tilkov – QCon REST Track
Jim Webber – Notes on various talks at the conference
- Reflections on QCon REST Track
- Mark Nottingham, HTTP Status Report
- Ian Robinson, RESTful Enterprise Development
- Steve Vinoski, Building RESTful Web Services with Erlang and Yaws
- Leonard Richardson, Introducing Real-World REST
- Stu Charlton, Designing Enterprise IT Systems with REST
Steve Vinoski – Another Great QCon
Other Interesting Links
Niall Kennedy – OpenSocial REST for social data interchange
Stefan Tilkov -
- Leonard’s Web Service Maturity Heuristic – Leonard has come up with a nice classification of real-word “Web services”.
- Link to On why you Can’t Trust the Cloud
- WS-Transfer – What’s truly ironic here is that virtually every manageable device these days has a built-in minimal web server enabling it to be managed via http and virtually none have built-in support for the WS-* stack. Yet WS-Management wants to use the WS-* stack as the basis for systems management. I just don’t get it.
Mike Kavis -
- Podcast: SOA and Change
- Agile SOA: Empower the Business with Business Rules – Engines The higher up the stack we go the more opportunities we create for the business to become agile. Business Rules create the ultimate flexibility and agility that most of today’s businesses require. Implementing a BRE in your SOA is another great step towards IT becoming an enabler instead of a cost center
- Agile SOA: The Flexibility of Business Processes
- SOA: Pay now or Pay forever – IT leaders have a choice. They can refuse to invest in SOA and continue to support and maintain an inflexible environment that takes a lot of time and money to change or they can invest in the future by justifying an initiative to provide the business with flexibility, agility, and empowerment.
- Enterprise Mashups – The Icing on your SOA
ZapThink – Governance for .NET SOA Frameworks
Martin Fowler – Humane Registry - Well computers may look clever occasionally, but I didn’t particularly buy that idea. While there might the be odd edge case for automated service lookup, I reckon twenty-two times out of twenty it’ll be a human programmer who is doing the looking up.
Dominick Baier – UserName Supporting Token & WCF revisited (this time with Geneva)
AWS Editor – Amazon SimpleDB Grows Up
Brenda Michelson -SOA Soapbox Derby Podcasts Released, Practitioners on SOA Sustainment
- Five things that are saving SOA, Recession Edition
- Five things that are killing SOA, Recession Edition
- My Keynote Presentation at SOA World
- Is SOA making mergers easier?
- Dave speaks with NASA’s Jeff Estefan about open SOA standards.
- Where SOA meets cloud computing
- Open source SOA provides some major advantages
David Bressler -
- Evaluating software for managing your distributed applications? Architecture deficiencies are mortal. Feature omissions are easily corrected.
- EDS AirlineSOA Goes Public
David Chappell – An Interview on Cloud Computing and Azure
J.D. Meier – Service Architecture Pocket Guide
Jack van Hoof- The architectural principle of fully self contained messages – In architectural approaches that strongly focus on loose coupling (such as SOA and EDA) the principle of fully self contained messages should be advocated as good practice.
Joe McKendrick -
- Market player machinations may warp, but not ‘kill’, SOA
- SOA eased the way for recent shotgun financial mergers
- Harvard Business Review warns against ’sloppy thinking’: does this apply to SOA?
- Deep down inside, on a subconscious level, the business loves SOA, right?
jvaughan – WSDL styles, mock objects, and SOAP UI – On the different styles of writing WSDL and how SOAP UI uses mock objects for testing
- Which came first, the SOA or the data model? – Part 1
- Which came first, the SOA or the data model? – Part 2
- Goverance Vendors Sign on to Support .NET SOA Frameworks
- Mythbusting Mashups
- Still Figuring out SOA? Here’s a Free e-Book
Phillipe Destoop – Nicolas Carr about Azure & Competing cloud platforms
Rich Seeley – Compute cloud services cross chasm, analyst says - “when it comes to cloud services vendor selection, customers are less biased toward their large, established incumbent suppliers, and are more interested in whether the supplier is a “future-oriented innovator.”
Sam Gentile – SOA: Making the Paradigm Shift Part 11 of N
Steve Jones -
- Presentation: REST of SOA - REST model works in the interactional space of applications, especially in those which are focused around data navigation. I admitted that I found it a bit fan-boyish when it first came out but that there are areas where it does deliver value
- … and the questions that followed
Stu Charleton – Podcast with John Willis is up… “We talked a lot about infrastructures and provisioning in today’s intra/inter cloud infrastructures and where Elastra wants to be in the upcoming years. I’ll let you in on a secret, its all about managing the infrastructure.”
Udi Dahan -Lost Notifications? No Problem. One of the most common questions I get on the topic of pub/sub messaging is what happens if a notification is lost. Interestingly enough, there are some who almost entirely write-off this pattern because of this issue, preferring the control of request/response-exception.
- On-premises, hosting & cloud: a metaphor for understanding how they differ
- An Identity Provider and its STS: preliminary considerations
- An Identity Provider and its STS: writing a custom STS with the October Beta of the Geneva Framework