SOA Talk:

January, 2011

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January 26, 2011  12:34 PM

Platform supports out-of-the-box environments for Hadoop, Jboss and others on cloud



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, data architecture

Clustering house Platform Computing has forwarded its efforts in cloud computing with Platform ISF 2.1, a new release of its software for building and managing enterprise private clouds.  It is said to support the application lifecycle from development to operations.

January 21, 2011  4:02 AM

XML gateways at a crossroads?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA appliances, SOA infrastructure, XML

Are changes coming to specialized XML gateways/accelerators? It appears so. Is everyone onboard with the idea? No. Some viewers say the gateway will place its best traits – security and data transformation – in jeopardy, if it dilutes its ''core competencies'' and begins to take on the traits ...


January 12, 2011  8:01 PM

The “Other Kind” of Enterprise Architecture Framework



Posted by: James Denman
Enterprise architecture

By Alan R. Earls Kevin L. Smith, the creator of PEAF, the “Pragmatic” Enterprise Architecture Framework, has a challenge: explaining a relatively unfamiliar concept, namely that there are actually two types of enterprise architectures to which frameworks can apply. First, of course, there...


January 11, 2011  3:42 PM

News on architecture and integration from 2010



Posted by: James Denman
Complex Event Processing (CEP), Enterprise architecture, integration, web applications

The SOA Talk blog consistently covers new and interesting developments in the world SOA and enterprise architecture. We gleaned the cream of the crop from all of 2010 for this special on...


January 3, 2011  10:35 PM

Android, multilanguage support, the JVM and the future



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Java, Mobile device development

As we were looking at the switch from 2010 to 2011, we had the good fortune to touch bases with Ted Neward, Java/.NET author, blogger and consultant. Ted was a regular blogger on our 2007 TSS Interoperability blog, and recently penned a piece for...


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