SOA Talk:

Enterprise mashups


April 19, 2011  8:21 PM

Cloud computing influences mashups and middleware – but midrange legacy won’t move soon



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, Enterprise mashups, legacy modernization

Last week on SearchSOA.com James Denman published a podcast interview with mashup expert Michael Ogrinz, author of "Mashup Patterns." Naturally, they spoke about enterprise mashups, but with a twist. James and Michael hit on the apparent

November 10, 2010  3:38 PM

On App modernization, cloud computing and mashups



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, Enterprise mashups, legacy modernization, SOA

Key areas for application development and projects that use service-oriented architecture (SOA) include application modernization, cloud computing and enterprise data mashups. Today we take a second look at some recent SearchSOA.com content that explores these issues. A little while ago, we had...


July 15, 2010  3:39 PM

Tibco Spotfire, others tap cloud for BPM, BI and BAM



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Business Intellegence, Enterprise mashups, event-driven architecture

Tibco Software’s Spotfire group has released an on-demand offering that shares business intelligence dashboards for analytics using cloud computing as a platform. The move betokens an emerging trend that sees BPM and BAM...


June 22, 2010  1:34 PM

HTML5 and a coming client inflection point



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Ajax, Enterprise mashups

When people first started trotting out DHTML apps for wireless devices in the ‘90s a common mistake was to require that the app was always on, always connected. The problem was not limited to wireless devices. Enter the asynchronous architecture. Ajax especially proved to provide just enough...


June 1, 2009  12:30 PM

Enterprise mashups poised to power app dev for masses?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise mashups

The PC revolution was not IT’s doing. Adventurous end-users brought the damn things into the company, impressed most everyone, and IT finally got with the program. Back in the day, with PC tools, mere mortals (end users) could learn programming too. They only did it because they got tired of...


May 19, 2009  2:39 PM

Trends in BPM and modeling



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise architecture, Enterprise mashups

Technologies rarely evolve neatly in straight lines. Instead they bump into one another, and influence each others’ directions. Think of a rack of billiard balls when the cue ball strikes! As an example, look at the technologies that converged in IBM’s recent


September 5, 2008  2:10 PM

When SOA met WOA, or Building applications that work while buzz pesters you



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise mashups, SOA infrastructure, SOA registry/repository

SOA has had a bit of a rough summer. The Best and Brightest of the SOA bloggers have publicly ruminated long and lamentably on SOA’s future. There has been a bit of SOA fatigue in evidence. Could it be because many SOA projects are ready to roll out and some people want to be elsewhere when one...


May 12, 2008  11:21 AM

SOA experts, we’ve got ‘em



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Data services, Enterprise architecture, Enterprise mashups, rich Internet applications (RIA), SOA development, SOA governance, SOA infrastructure, SOA standards, Software testing

Pro wrestling legend Rowdy Roddy Piper immortalized the words "Just when they think they've got the answers, I change the questions." Now we at SearchSOA.com are asking...


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...


March 21, 2008  5:32 PM

The SOA-RIA intersection



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Composite applications, Enterprise mashups, rich Internet applications (RIA), SOA

Recently we polled SearchSOA.com site members on their RIA and composite application plans. What we discovered is there's a massive overlap between the SOA and RIA audiences.

In all we received 395 responses and 44% said rich Internet applications were part of their enterprise IT/business...


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