SOA Talk:

February, 2011


February 23, 2011  3:37 AM

Ehcache Java in-memory store gains advanced analytic traits



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, data architecture, Java

Caching specialist Terracotta Inc. recently released search features that allow the Ehcache Java in-memory data base to support analytical views of data that may have heretofore required a return visit to a relational database architecture. "Now you have native search capability added to...

February 22, 2011  8:44 PM

Reader mail box – State of Java in flux



Posted by: Rcloutier
Java, web applications

Forrester Research's Mike Gualtieri has been discussing his take on the state of Java of late, as we noted in the previous edition of our "This Week on SearchSOA.com" newsletter. Since then we have published a further


February 16, 2011  10:46 PM

A few key points on capability-based planning



Posted by: James Denman
capability-based planning, Enterprise architecture, legacy modernization

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February 16, 2011  6:30 PM

Q&A: Watson



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
data analytics

IBM's Watson complex language analysis capability is on display on quiz show ''Jeopardy'' this week and it is looking a little bleak for the Mudville Nine, or rather, the human side. Jeopardy champs such as Ken Jennings look like the feeble townspeople in...


February 16, 2011  1:58 PM

Cloud Silos and the role of ESBs in the cloud



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
ESB

Businesses have worked over many years using SOA to ‘break down the silos’ that separate one application from another. Yet, many of the best early cases of cloud application integration provide the narrowest type of...


February 14, 2011  8:26 PM

Java: A dead end for enterprise application development?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Java, SOA development

Legend has it that Java got its name one day in 1995 when Sun marketing wunderkind Kim Polese was waiting in line at Starbucks. [Ed Note: We think the author just made this up.] "Java" proved superior to the language's birth name...


February 8, 2011  7:59 PM

Got Cloud? Need SOA.



Posted by: James Denman
Cloud Services, SaaS, SOA

By Ryan Cloutier

Cloud computing is becoming a popular buzzword, which is leading...


February 8, 2011  7:54 PM

IDC forecasts cloud systems management software revenue of $2.5 billion in 2015



Posted by: James Denman
Cloud Services, deployment

By Ryan Cloutier IDC projects that the market for


February 7, 2011  4:13 PM

Software architecture on display at upcoming TheServerSide Java Symposium



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
ESB, Java, SOA development

An upcoming event I'd like to discuss is the TheServerSide Java Symposium next month in Las Vegas. The event is put on by our sister site, TheServerSide.com. Site Editor Cameron MacKenzie and Group Executive Editor Jan Stafford...


February 1, 2011  7:19 PM

Searching for Private Orion – a browser-based open tool integration platform



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Eclipse, SOA development, web applications

Orion is not a set of Java plug-ins which run in the existing Eclipse Java IDE, according to Eclipse head  Mike Milinkovich. It is instead a browser-based open tool integration platform which is "entirely focused on...


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