SOA Talk:

May, 2010


May 11, 2010  4:17 PM

Impact 2010: Ray Kurzweil and the magic of the exponential



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA

At IBM Impact 2010 last week in Las Vegas, amid a wee bit of hoopla about a smarter planet, there was a bit of an old-time technology revival that took place, led by Ray Kurzweil—inventor of the CCD flatbed scanner, the text-to-speech synthesizer and the Kurzweil K250, the latter a very major...

May 5, 2010  11:56 PM

Altova updates XML, UML and database tools in MissionKit v2010 r3



Posted by: RobBarry
UML, XML

Altova today released a broad set of update to its MissionKit tool suite for XML, database and UML development. Best known for the XMLSpy IDE, MissionKit contains tools to handle data mapping, code generation, stylesheet design, UML modeling and database query manipulation. In MissionKit Version...


May 4, 2010  4:23 PM

WSO2 simplifies SOA component integration to its OSGi middleware platform



Posted by: RobBarry
OSGi

Integrating new components into a middleware stack can be a time consuming ordeal - one that Middleware vendor WSO2 seeks to address in its release of the Carbon 3.0 platform this week. The company's updated SOA platform has an interesting feature called the Component Manager. Through a...


May 3, 2010  6:06 PM

At Impact 2010 SOA still on the menu



Posted by: Brein Matturro

By Jack Vaughan

Over several years, IBM’s...


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