SOA Talk:

December, 2009

December 30, 2009  6:24 PM

Top 10 SOA Talk posts of 2009 – part 2

Posted by: RobBarry

This year the IT industry proved SOA is not "dead," as Ann Thomas Manes had alleged. A manifesto codified key implementation principals and the pundits started talking about SOA as the true way to approach cloud computing. And it became clear to many that the marriage of BPMN and BPEL is indeed...

December 29, 2009  7:23 PM

Top 10 SOA Talk posts of 2009 – part 1

Posted by: RobBarry

Even through the tough economy, SOA continued to evolve this year, bolstered by interest in cloud computing. As frameworks and specifications like OSGi and Java EE 6 pushed for more componentized enterprise applications, the Java world itself shook when Oracle announced its intent to buy Sun...

December 18, 2009  7:32 PM

Microsoft extends beta for Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4

Posted by: RobBarry
.NET, Microsoft

Through the ongoing beta period of VS 2010 and .NET Framework 4, Microsoft has found some performance issues, particularly around virtual memory usage, writes S....

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December 18, 2009  4:39 PM

Microsoft Silverlight for Linux gets update in Moonlight 2

Posted by: RobBarry
Microsoft, Silverlight

The Mono Project, this week released Moonlight 2, an open-source Linux implementation of Silverlight. Microsoft's answer to Adobe Flash, Silverlight is a framework for building rich applications both on and off the Web. The Mono Project is sponsored by Novell, a Waltham, Mass.-based software and...

December 17, 2009  6:03 PM

Lombardi, IBM’s new BPM trophy

Posted by: RobBarry

IBM announced yesterday a definitive agreement to buy Austin-based BPM specialist, Lombardi Software, which will further flesh out the company's BPM offerings. The specific financial agreement is not being...

December 15, 2009  4:34 AM

MySQL creator calls on open-sourcers to fight an Oracle takeover

Posted by: RobBarry

Michael "Monty" Widenius, co-founder of MySQL, wrote a blog post this past Saturday asking the MySQL community to take a stand on the Oracle-Sun Microsystems acquisition. The European Commission (EC) is currently reviewing the deal on concerns that Oracle owning MySQL, which Sun currently owns,...

December 14, 2009  4:34 AM

During EC hearing, Sun Microsystems releases Java EE6, NetBeans 6.8 and GlassFish v3

Posted by: RobBarry
Java, Sun Microsystems

Even as the European Commission was holding a hearing on concerns from the Oracle-Sun acquisition on Thursday, Sun Microsystems released three much-awaited items: Java EE6, NetBeans IDE 6.8 and GlassFish Enterprsie Server v3. This SOA-friendly hat trick will no doubt come as a comfort to some who...

December 11, 2009  9:12 PM

Identity management for federated SOA

Posted by: RobBarry
SOA management

Alongside the Gartner Application Architecture, Development & Integration Summit 2009 in Las Vegas this week, SOA security vendor, Forum Systems released a new identity broker hardware appliance, Forum STS. With an increasing number of enterprises expressing interest in moving SOA into cloud...

December 9, 2009  7:51 PM

New service governance tool from Layer 7

Posted by: RobBarry
SOA governance

At Gartner's 22nd Annual Application Architecture, Development & Integration Summit this week, Layer 7 released a new service governance tool, the Enterprise Service Manager (ESM). Traditionally a company focused on SOA security, Layer 7's new offering allows teams of developers to manage web...

December 7, 2009  4:26 PM

At CMG’09 a ‘mainframe guy’ talks SOA and private cloud

Posted by: RobBarry
cloud computing, mainframes

The Computer Measurement Group's 35th annual CMG Conference is underway and cloud computing is front and center. In his CMG'09 talk, "A Mainframe Guy Discovers SOA and Cloud Computing," IBM Manager of IT Training Glenn Anderson looks at the next leap...

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