SOA Talk:

November, 2011

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November 30, 2011  5:43 PM

BPM joins ESB and data integration for Talend



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
business process management, Data integration, ESB

Talend, which recently added ESB capabilities to its data integration platform, has added business process management (BPM) capabilities to Talend Unified Platform v5, announced this week at

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November 29, 2011  5:02 PM

Middleware testing gets tougher



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
middleware, SOA performance management

From one SOA test expert's perspective, 2011 saw a notable rise in agile development and related open source test software. Meanwhile, middleware testing continues to grow more complicated. "What I saw this year was a rise of open source testing as an alternative to proprietary testing, as well...


November 17, 2011  5:31 PM

An OAuth API eases development



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, middleware, Mobile device development, REST

We spoke with Apigee's Sam Ramji recently. He and the company, which focuses on API products for enterprises and developers, find themselves among those at the center of one of the rising trends in...


November 13, 2011  1:19 AM

Adobe gives up on Flash plug-in for mobile browsers



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Ajax, Mobile device development

The mobile web application development world may create many unanticipated aches and pains if word out of Adobe this week is a guide. The company said it would give up work on Flash plug-ins for mobile browsers. Of course, the late Steve Jobs' well-publicized disdain for Flash - he cited speed...


November 2, 2011  5:05 PM

Lisp creator John McCarthy, 84, dies



Posted by: Jack Vaughan

The 'creator of Lisp' may be nicer than the 'father of garbage collection.' But John McCarthy could answer to either sobriquet. He died last...

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November 2, 2011  4:56 PM

Comment: SOA and the portfolio



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise architecture, legacy modernization

Increasingly, serious SOA efforts are about managing a portfolio. That means sorting through the corporate assets to see what should be service-enabled, what should be left as is, and what should be retired. This is all about the wider, enterprise view. It is hard to ultimately succeed with SOA...


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