SOA Talk:

December, 2010

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December 29, 2010  11:46 PM

Thoughts on cloud API standards from Cloud Camp Boston 2010

James Denman James Denman Profile: James Denman

The current state of cloud and API standards is almost an exact match for early SOA and Web services standards, and we expect the standards movement will follow a very similar trend. Hopefully, the cloud standards groups will stand a better chance by learning from the mistakes and successes of the...

December 20, 2010  4:50 PM

From point-to-point to any-to-any to hub-and-spoke and back

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

There was a time when EAI was the anti-thesis of SOA, but Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is making a bit of a comeback within the SOA firmament. The fact is that it never...


December 16, 2010  6:15 PM

Financial firm finds highly scaled testing for proliferating SOA services

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

The growth of Web-connected systems tapping into back-ends has led to a proliferation of services. The proliferation can lead to increased systems' loads. That expansion has led development shops to place more emphasis than ever on test and performance tools. Such an apparent case of ''if you...


December 16, 2010  2:49 PM

Nimble Distribution bundles up OSGi

James Denman James Denman Profile: James Denman

OSGi is poised to provide a service platform extensive enough to provide ubiquitous modularity – but effectively creating OSGi bundles is still difficult. The Nimble Distribution seeks to address this and related issues. Paremus, an OSGi based private cloud computing provider, and Makewave, the...


December 15, 2010  2:57 PM

UML 2.0 tools push MDA

James Denman Kathleen Kriz Profile: Kkriz

By Kathleen Kriz Modern modeling languages are constantly developing and changing – this includes the most prominent, the Unified Modeling Language (UML).  A 2.3 update to UML is supported by training and new tools from vendor No Magic, Inc. Gary Duncanson, President and CEO of No Magic,...


December 7, 2010  4:12 PM

JSON, XML and the Web

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

As Doug Crockford created JSON it became something of an antidote to XML. This was bound to happen, because the issues developers had with XML were so plentiful. JSON, of course, with an API that fit on a business card, was more than a counter-statement. It was a big success in the making. Twitter...


December 6, 2010  9:54 PM

Automating middleware deployments

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

When you wrap up increasingly sophisticated components to run in specific environments, the complicated hand-crafted scripting can become a burden. With this in mind, Netherlands-based XebiaLabs has created what it calls 'deployment automation' tools aimed at handling Java and related...


December 2, 2010  5:00 PM

D&B builds data-as-a-service on Informatica Cloud

James Denman James Denman Profile: James Denman

Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) has been providing credible credit information since the 1930's. Many businesses and financial institutions rely on information from D&B to make credit decisions, guide their marketing efforts, and supplement their supply chain management. These organizations may...


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