SOA Talk:

June, 2010

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June 29, 2010  3:57 PM

JBoss World Reporter’s Notebook: What is going on with Hibernate?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
data architecture, Java

The Hibernate object-relational mapper has gained wide acceptance for performing the still critical task of converting objects to relational entries and relational entries to objects. For a number of years it has been stewarded, in effect, by...

June 22, 2010  1:34 PM

HTML5 and a coming client inflection point



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Ajax, Enterprise mashups

When people first started trotting out DHTML apps for wireless devices in the ‘90s a common mistake was to require that the app was always on, always connected. The problem was not limited to wireless devices. Enter the asynchronous architecture. Ajax especially proved to provide just enough...


June 14, 2010  4:56 PM

When fables come true: Data services keep on keeping on



Posted by: Brein Matturro
Data services

By Jack Vaughan A long time ago, integration of various applications, application elements and databases became the main work of application development. Web services and SOA were first discussed in this context: Application architects and developers did not have to write every element from...


June 4, 2010  9:04 PM

What makes a ‘cloud native’ application?



Posted by: RobBarry

Cloud computing has a lot to offer a service-oriented architecture. Provisioning resources on demand can cut out hardware costs and increase scalability, multi-tenancy can conserve space and, on some platforms, you never even have to own the hardware you run on. But to get the most bang for your...


June 1, 2010  5:33 PM

HP’s LoadRunner in the cloud validates demand for cloud testing



Posted by: RobBarry

When HP announced LoadRunner in the Cloud two weeks ago, many took it as validation that enterprise software testing really is a viable use for public cloud computing services. While the...


June 1, 2010  4:02 PM

Joe McKendrick and the ebizQ.net SOA experience



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA

SOA and middleware over the last few years have proved to be areas full of both innovation and debate. Add the resurgence of BPM and you have a potent mix for any one publication to cover. That's just one of the reasons we at SearchSOA.com are glad to be working alongside the crew from ebizQ.net,...


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