SOA Talk:

September, 2011


September 24, 2011  4:09 PM

Progress pack said to address limits on SOA

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
data architecture, ESB, SOA infrastructure

Long-time SOA mainstay Progress Software said it is addressing apparent SOA limitations with a pre-integrated enterprise integration package announced this week at the company's yearly user conference. The software is composed of the Progress Sonic enterprise service bus (ESB) and the Progress...

September 23, 2011  3:11 AM

Mobile services development: The ports might get you

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Mobile device development

In some ways, mobile development is a bit like the bad old...

September 19, 2011  9:09 PM

SOA Software updates SOA management for Microsoft WCF

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
.NET, SOA governance

Microsoft created its own world with its own language for .NET. This has created a veil that is sometimes difficult to see through. It walks its own path, and has never hyped SOA to the extent other...

September 14, 2011  3:30 PM

GigaSpaces improves Java coverage for Microsoft’s Azure compute cloud

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
.NET, Cloud Services, Java

When Microsoft first rolled out its Windows Azure cloud computing architecture, it stepped a bit out of persona, going so far as to support work on a Java SDK...

September 12, 2011  8:51 PM

Application development morphs into application delivery

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Development, Project management

Closing the gap between the needs of the business user and the capabilities of the developer is a driving demand these days. It is also a major theme of Forrester Research's upcoming Application Development & Delivery Forum...

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September 1, 2011  5:24 PM

Integration issues for any-to-cloud apps: Visibility into data

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, Data integration

While working for a large consultancy and later on his own during the 2000's bust, Steve Yaskin commonly had to find a way to access undocumented and orphaned CRM and ERP applications in order to integrate them with Web and other applications. The approach he took to tooling, enhanced and...


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