SOA Talk:

August, 2010

August 30, 2010  5:04 PM

Monash on things that underly surge of Big Data

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, Data services

The end of the conventional RDB and birth of new DB types has been heard before, but the established RDB has usually won out. Early this year I'd asked Curt Monash, president of Monash Research, and editor and publisher of DBMS2 and other blogs for some guidance...

August 24, 2010  7:59 PM

Reporter’s Notebook: Push and pull in software development

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, Software testing

Newton's Law seems at times to play out in the IT shop. It seems every action in software development seems to create an equal reaction. The thought arises as we look over notes from earlier this summer when we spoke with Shridar Mittal, CEO, ITKO.

August 23, 2010  4:15 PM

Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 1: More patterns for Azure

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
.NET, Cloud Services

This week Microsoft released Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 1 to MSDN subscribers. It supports deployment on a Windows desktop, in Silverlight in a browser or as a cloud-based application running Azure.  This...

August 18, 2010  5:59 PM

Working from a script: WebLogic admin bells and whistles

Posted by: James Denman

By George Lawton Oracle's recent release of Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) 11g ( includes significant improvements in the tools for administering WebLogic applications...

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August 17, 2010  3:16 PM

Oracle Android suit muddies outlook for future Java hybrids

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Mobile device development, Oracle development

Java originator Sun Microsystems took a lot of flak over the years for its delayed effort to make Java, or portions of Java, open source. The OpenJDK was too little too late for many people. But the OpenJDK found its adherents, not the least of which was Google, which was able to take the...

August 16, 2010  9:18 PM

Evans cloud computing survey says developers see Google for the public, IBM for the private side

Posted by: James Denman
Cloud Services

By Kathleen Kriz It is still in the early going but evidence suggests developers see Google as the leader in Public Cloud Computing, and IBM as the leader in Private Cloud Computing, at least according to an Evans Data Corporation study of developer perceptions. In their Cloud Development Survey...

August 13, 2010  9:20 PM

Oracle sues Google for Android Java use

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Java, Mobile device development

[Update] Oracle has filed a complaint against Google for patent and copyright infringement related to Google's Android smartphone operating system stack and related Java-based software. ...

August 13, 2010  3:36 PM

Gomez expands Peer performance testing network

Posted by: James Denman
Software testing

Compuware Corp.'s  Gomez Web performance division expanded its network of "Peer" nodes by 50%. The network now encompasses more than 150 Internet backbone nodes and covers over 150,000 locations worldwide, in order to more authentically judge the consumer end-user experience of Web applications...

August 11, 2010  6:53 PM

John deVadoss talks about “SOA with .NET & Windows Azure” and related topics

Posted by: James Denman
Cloud Services, Microsoft

These days, the SOA community is increasingly able to agree on basic SOA terms and concepts, said John deVadoss, the leader of the Patterns and Practices team at Microsoft, and a co-author of SOA with .NET & Windows Azure: Realizing Service-Orientation, a recent addition to Thomas...

August 10, 2010  7:40 PM

In brief: Software AG touts webMethods and open source spreads

Posted by: James Denman
Open source software, SOA governance

By Kathleen Kriz Software AG touts webMethods - Software AG recently reported growth in its webMethods division, up 27% from the same quarter last year. According to the company, this high-growth division generated 47% of the company's total revenue of about $351 million for the...

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