SOA Talk:

July, 2010

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July 30, 2010  2:21 PM

Are you ready for real-time ESBs? ESO is!



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA infrastructure

SOA has brought a lot of benefits to application development, but few would suggest that speedy processing was one of those benefits. SOA incurs overhead, and overhead is the nemesis of fast action, especially of the type required for real-time systems. The typical Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)...

July 28, 2010  7:14 PM

Google’s Rob Pike at OSCON on Go language, more



Posted by: ITKE
Add new tag, Cloud Services, Java

By Kathleen Kriz New languages, cloud computing and hands-on Android development demonstrations were all part of the fare last week at the OSCON conference in Portland, Ore. Of note,


July 26, 2010  4:27 PM

SOA and EA at The Open Group Boston conference



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise architecture, SOA infrastructure

Sometimes the news is that there is nothing new. We saw an example of that recently. ‘’The exciting thing is that there is nothing new and exciting,’’ said Dr. Chris Harding. With that statement the forum director of the SOA Work Group ironically observed that the hype and ballyhoo of...


July 20, 2010  3:22 PM

Views from the application integration trenches



Posted by: ITKE
Data integration, Data services

By Alan Earls When inside meets outside, obstacles are always in store. Randy Carey, a former director of information strategies for the Women’s Foodservice Forum, an advocacy organization, points to challenges integrating external services, such as an intelligent email management service, with...


July 15, 2010  3:39 PM

Tibco Spotfire, others tap cloud for BPM, BI and BAM



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Business Intellegence, Enterprise mashups, event-driven architecture

Tibco Software’s Spotfire group has released an on-demand offering that shares business intelligence dashboards for analytics using cloud computing as a platform. The move betokens an emerging trend that sees BPM and BAM...


July 6, 2010  5:14 PM

Running PHP, Groovy, Ruby on IBM JVM



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Java, web applications

One of the most vibrant trends in Java in recent years has been the growth of support for non-Java languages on the JVM. PHP, Groovy, Ruby – these and other dynamic scripting languages have obtained a place in the application development life cycle where quickly building tactical Web apps trumps...


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