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Development


September 24, 2008  12:46 PM

IBM vs. standards bodies?



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Development, IBM, Microsoft, SOA, SOA standards, XML

Can major vendors buy standards bodies' approval for specifications that support their products? Continued »

August 29, 2008  10:43 AM

XTP powers SOA



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Complex Event Processing (CEP), Development, event-driven architecture, Extreme Transaction Processing (XTP), IBM, Oracle development, SOA

Extreme transaction processing (XTP) gets down to business in service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications at AbeBooks.com, a Canada-based online bookstore, profiled in a SearchSOA user story earlier...


June 11, 2008  4:35 PM

Sun and SOA: Too much Java and not enough open source?



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Apache Tuscany, Data integration, GlassFish, Java, Open source software, SOA, Sun Microsystems

Dan Blankenhorn at ZDNet has posted some provocative thoughts about the Java CAPS 6.0 SOA suite announcement from Sun...


June 3, 2008  6:43 PM

Dojo for Ajax gets enterprise push from Nexaweb



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Ajax, Development, Open source software, rich Internet applications (RIA)

Can a free open source Ajax toolkit handle enterprise applications?

That's the question Nexaweb Technologies Inc. is hoping to answer in the affirmative with today's announcement that it is contributing new software to the Dojo Foundation to provide...


May 1, 2008  5:52 PM

SOA and networking, the conversation that never seems to happen



Posted by: StorageSwiss
CIO, ROI, SOA, Web 2.0

One of our sister sites, SearchNetworking.com, just published a story on how networking...


April 28, 2008  1:56 PM

Telecom industry provides SOA contrast



Posted by: StorageSwiss
SOA, Web 2.0

I've been having an extended conversation during this calendar year about SOA and the telecom industry, namely that the European telecoms are often the reference models for what a service-oriented business looks like while U.S. telecoms seem to be mired in the 1990s. Today we've got a curious...


April 21, 2008  11:12 AM

Does WOA bring anything new to SOA?



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Composite applications, REST, rich Internet applications (RIA), SaaS, SOA, Web 2.0

A lot of analysts I respect have been pushing the concept of Web-oriented architecture, or WOA, of late. For those unfamiliar with the term, Dion Hinchcliffe has covered it extensively and Dana Gardner has been


April 8, 2008  1:07 PM

Big Blue sMashes into Web 2.0



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Enterprise mashups, IBM, Open source software, Project Zero, REST, Web 2.0

At its Impact 2008 event, IBM today launched a REST-based development environment called WebSphere sMash, based on its open...


April 7, 2008  11:59 AM

Open source leading SOA charge in 2008



Posted by: StorageSwiss
.NET, Eclipse, Java, Open source software, SOA development

Last August I noted that Microsoft regularly finds itself buried under an avalanche of news coming from its Java-based competition. It's impossible to compete with that kind of volume and that fact...


March 24, 2008  12:58 PM

Oracle avoids JavaScript in RIA tools



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Composite applications, Java, Oracle development, rich Internet applications (RIA), Web 2.0

Oracle Corp. continues to pursue its agnostic approach to Web 2.0 development as its tools designed to help developers create Ajax without having to mess with JavaScript progress through beta, says Ted Farrell, chief architect and vice president for tools and middleware at Oracle.

In an...


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