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September, 2010

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September 29, 2010  3:20 PM

Event processing goes mainstream

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Event processing gets a genuinely insightful treatment in a recent book by K. Mani Chandy and Roy Schulte. "Event Processing: Designing IT Systems for Agile Companies" (McGraw-Hill, 2010) is an objective view on what is shaping up to be the next big step forward for computer automation, the effects...

September 28, 2010  8:05 PM

Open Source SOA Connect at heart of government health care update

Jack Vaughan Kathleen Kriz Profile: Kkriz

Health organizations determined to modernize will benefit from better sharing of data, but healthcare data needs to be handled in ways that ensure patient privacy. SOA efforts such as the open source Connect...

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September 22, 2010  7:39 PM

At JavaOne – Java on the front end gets its time to shine

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

It is known for its servers, but even before it purchased Java-originator Sun Microsystems, Oracle had interest in client side technology. Still, it was surprising how much time Oracle's Thomas Kurian devoted to user interface issues in his JavaOne Keynote Monday. The big push is to provide Java...


September 22, 2010  3:40 PM

Veryant isCOBOL gets a graphical interface

James Denman James Denman Profile: James Denman

Veryant, a COBOL and Java technology provider, released an update to the isCOBOL Applications Performance Suite (APS). The APS is a set of tools for developing, deploying and modernizing COBOL systems. According to Veryant, isCOBOL combines benefits of both COBOL and Java to allow organizations to...


September 21, 2010  3:47 PM

Oracle World 2010: When hardware met software

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

If the JavaOne folks were salving their pride this week, feeling both packed tight and scattered in a bunch of hotels on the other side of San Francisco's Market Street - kicked out, if you will, of the Moscone Center that used to be the sole home for JavaOne – then how did the OracleWorld people...


September 14, 2010  4:09 PM

One look at addressing memory loss in real-time Memcached data store

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

By Alan R. Earls NorthScale, a company that provides commercial support for the Memcached in-memory key-value store, has recently turned to addressing a problem with Memcached – its susceptibility to data loss.

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September 7, 2010  5:42 PM

“Computers are useless”

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Pablo Picasso was quoted as saying, "Computers are useless. They can only give you answers." At this desk, we take that notion with more than a few grains of salt, as we've seen gigantic social changes driven by computerization. But the...


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