SOA Talk:

May, 2011

May 27, 2011  1:59 PM

Cloud computing outlook: On caching, languages, integration

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, middleware

When cloud computing first appeared it looked something like grid computing - albeit with a goodly dose of new age virtualization. The fact was that cloud carried with it the seeds of a revolutionary data architecture that greatly reduced reliance on the relational data base. Relatively new...

May 25, 2011  9:46 PM

SOA in Action: Navigating SOA, Integration and the Cloud virtual event

Posted by: Jack Vaughan

We wanted to update you on our June 2, 2011 ''SOA in Action: Navigating SOA, Integration and the Cloud'' Virtual Trade Show. We have just added noted SOA practitioner Melvin Greer to the event's panel. We are sure...

May 24, 2011  3:39 PM

OutSystems delivers version 6.0 of Agile Platform

Posted by: James Denman
Cloud Services, Mobile

By Colleen Frye

OutSystems has rolled out version 6.0 of its Agile Platform application development environment for building...

May 19, 2011  4:37 PM

ALM on the cloud? CloudBees pushes Jenkins forward

Posted by: Brein Matturro

By Jack Vaughan

The role of development in cloud...

May 16, 2011  6:18 PM

Software integrity under stress as more third-party software goes untested

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Open source software, Software testing

Do you trust outside software developers more than in-house software developers? Such may often be the case according to a recent survey...

May 16, 2011  4:03 PM

Expert opinion from the mainframe to the cloud

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, legacy modernization

On, recent topics ranged from the venerable mainframe to the upstart cloud architecture. Experts in the field shared their views. Let's take a quick look at some of those opinions. Forrester analyst Phil Murphy pointed out that one size does not fit all when it comes to mainframe...

May 9, 2011  6:26 PM

ESB IDE offers “round trip” editing

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
ESB, software modeling

By Alan Earls Traditionally, enterprise system bus (ESB) developers could laboriously hand code or they could adopt tools from vendors that could speed up the process but at a cost – the tools could themselves be complicated and they tended to obscure access to underlying code, limiting the...

May 9, 2011  4:37 PM

Middleware goes up the stack, heads toward cloud

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, Java, middleware

Red Hat's JBoss World 2011 in Boston last week presented a unique view on some of the issues that press upon CTOs, software architects and development managers today. Of...

May 7, 2011  2:00 AM

Short on cache: A brief look at recent data grid developments

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
data architecture, middleware

Video: When Site Editor Jack Vaughan got back from Red Hat's JBoss World, he filed a brief on a caching grid, something Red Hat looks to bring to the fore. In fact, the company is chasing others  - big and small - in the data cache quest. Will JBoss succeed in positioning this technology as a...

May 6, 2011  9:45 PM

Talks and thoughts from Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2011

Posted by: James Denman
jboss, Open source software

The Red Hat Summit / JBoss World 2011 was this young reporter's first experience with an event of such size. Seeing so many open source vendors, users, experts, and enthusiasts all in one place was...

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