SOA Talk:

November, 2009

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November 25, 2009  5:30 PM

Grid yourself for the cloud

Mike Pontacoloni Profile: Mpontacoloni

by Jack Vaughan

Have you heard the one about the private cloud? The IT staff took the "Data Center" plaque off the door and replaced it with a "Private Cloud" sign ... oh, and they locked the door too.

All kidding aside, "cloud computing" has been a big story this year. But, like...

November 25, 2009  4:58 PM

SpringSource and Oracle back ‘Project Gemini,’ a boost for OSGi

RobBarry Rob Barry Profile: RobBarry

This week, SpringSource and Oracle were named as the first two companies to provide committers to Project Gemini (or "Enterprise Modules"), an Eclipse runtime project meant to bring together a number of modules for enterprise application development. The project was born from the efforts of the...


November 20, 2009  10:34 PM

Snaplogic opens an ‘app store’ for data integration

RobBarry Rob Barry Profile: RobBarry

The folks at SnapLogic opened SnapStore this month, which is a bit like an Apple App Store, for their data integration product. The company's product takes a platform-neutral approach to data integration, which they prefer to call "data flow." Generalized to deploy on-premises or in the cloud,...


November 18, 2009  8:22 PM

Microsoft making waves with Azure and Dallas at ’09 PDC

RobBarry Rob Barry Profile: RobBarry

At the Professional Developer's Conference (PDC) this year, Microsoft made headlines with its new "data marketplace," Dallas, and surprised analysts with the announcement that Azure would run virtual...


November 18, 2009  6:45 PM

CEP: It’s not just for finance anymore

RobBarry Mike Pontacoloni Profile: Mpontacoloni

by Jack Vaughan This week Complex Event Processing (CEP) software house Aleri Inc. announced that Swedbank had selected Aleri’s Liquidity Risk Manager (LRM) as its liquidity risk management tool. Such tools have continued to flourish despite - or perhaps because of - a worldwide economic...


November 11, 2009  3:15 PM

Tools add Web services to existing Java EE applications

RobBarry Mike Pontacoloni Profile: Mpontacoloni

by Jack Vaughan “The big technical challenge with using Web services for integration today typically is that you have a number of applications that don’t support Web services,” says Mark Hansen, head of start-up Proxisoft, formerly known as AgileIT. Hansen has created software that, once...


November 9, 2009  10:22 PM

Microsoft buys Teamprise – gains Eclipse plug-in for TFS, VS 2010

RobBarry Rob Barry Profile: RobBarry

By Rob Barry and Jack Vaughan Microsoft said it will purchase Teamprise, a company that has developed add-ons for Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server (TFS). Notably, Teamprise...


November 6, 2009  6:28 PM

Firm to field metadata repository supporting, SOA, WOA, Java and more

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Let’s face it, on one level, service-oriented design is an effort to smooth over complexity. Wrapped in the service or at the other end of the service call is some rough hewn software artifact. Finding information about those artifacts is still like hunt-and-peck typing. So much for smooth...


November 6, 2009  5:41 PM

Aggregate services across multiple cloud domains

RobBarry Rob Barry Profile: RobBarry

Cloud computing and SOA governance provider, Vordel released a new product for aggregating and managing multi-domain services at the VordelWorld conference in Dublin, Ireland this week. The Vordel Cloud Service Broker (CSB) aggregates services from multiple domains including private, public and...


November 3, 2009  6:57 PM

Glassfish NetBeans highlights

RobBarry Mike Pontacoloni Profile: Mpontacoloni

by Rob Barry Though Oracle has lately worked to quell concerns that it might dump support for Sun Microsystem’s GlassFish application server and NetBeans IDE, many still feel doubtful that any legitimate resources will back the open source tools. In a discussion on TheServerSide.com, some...


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