SOA Talk:

March, 2010


March 30, 2010  4:01 PM

Data Caches not a new concept, but finding a new place



Posted by: Mpontacoloni
data architecture

Retrieving data demands both time and compute power of an application, and that demand can grow when data is housed in disparate data centers, as in a cloud or grid computing environment. Distributed data caches can make the data a little easier to find. A distributed data cache can act as an...

March 29, 2010  7:04 PM

Eclipse and the pendulum



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Eclipse, Java, OSGi

The pendulum swing toward lighter Web frameworks – sometimes called ‘implementations’ - probably will not swing in one direction infinitely.  Within the plethora of features that made the original Web application servers ‘fat’ are elements needed by some applications. Fat has its place....


March 25, 2010  9:06 PM

IBM offering test and development on public cloud



Posted by: RobBarry

IBM recently opened up its public IBM Cloud for test and development after a beta period. The offering relies on Red Hat's KVM-based hypervisor for its underlying virtualization system. This new "Smart Business Development and Test on the IBM Cloud," is not to be confused with CloudBurst, Big...


March 24, 2010  5:16 PM

Will ‘cloud’ mark JVM ascent over Java (the language)?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing, Java

Some have projected Java to be a likely language of the cloud. The thing is, within the Java community, there seems to be a vocal group that sees the Java Virtual Machine – rather than the Java language -  as the main contributor to future cloud architecture.


March 23, 2010  3:59 AM

Understand ESBs when implementing BPM



Posted by: Jack Vaughan

 Business Process Management (BPM) implementers need to consider the varied ways existing enterprise service buses (ESBs) use to communicate, according to Gartner analyst Roy Schulte. 

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March 19, 2010  8:18 PM

Java is as strong as its community process: Interview with Reza Rahman



Posted by: RobBarry
Java, JCP

By Jan Stafford LAS VEGAS - Java developers and thought leaders shared ideas about the future of Java at TheServerSide Java Symposium 2010 this week. Java’s success in the future relies on community involvement in creating future Java versions and features via the Java Community Process (JCP),...


March 19, 2010  7:13 PM

Java Symposium keynote video – Red Hat’s Bob McWhirter on cloud in application delivery



Posted by: RobBarry
cloud computing

Red Hat's chief architect of cloud computing, Bob McWhirter said the cloud is the next logical step for application delivery in his keynote on cloud computing at TheServerSide Java Symposium. Arguing about what applications are "cloud worthy" misses the point, he said. "Ultimately the cloud is a...


March 19, 2010  7:03 PM

Java Symposium keynote video – Oracle’s David Shaffer on the SOA and the layers of the cloud



Posted by: RobBarry
cloud computing, SOA

At TheServerSide Java symposium this year, excitement about hooking SOA into cloud computing abounds. In his keynote, "Application Grids and SOA," Oracle VP of product management David Shaffer talked about the three major sub-components of cloud computing. Infrastructure as a Service, comprising...


March 19, 2010  4:17 PM

Oracle’s Purdy talks Java, C++, and JDK 7



Posted by: Mpontacoloni
Java

Oracle’s Cameron Purdy spoke about Java and C++ in a presentation at TheServerSide Java Symposium Thursday. Purdy explained some of the advantages Java has over C++, and how these advantages helped Java become a more popular programming language.


March 18, 2010  9:00 PM

TSSJS 2010: Why resource-oriented ESBs can save SOA projects



Posted by: Mpontacoloni

by SearchSOA staff Have any of your SOA projects failed to meet requirements and expectations? You’re not alone, but the good news is that the resource-oriented architecture (ROA) and enterprise service bus (ESB) technologies can put your SOA projects on the right track. In a session at...


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