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October 22, 2008  12:43 PM

Red Hat’s JBoss open source ’superplatform’ – Burton



Posted by: Heather Clancy
IBM, SAP AG, Small Midsize Business (SMB), SOA, SOA development

Red Hat's is transforming JBoss middleware into a "superplatform" providing an open source alternative to commercial offering from IBM WebSphere, Oracle, and SAP, writes Chris Hadad, analyst with Burton Group.

October 15, 2008  6:05 PM

IBM re-architects SOA market strategy



Posted by: Heather Clancy
IBM, SOA

IBM is ahead of the curve in providing vertical and horizontal service-oriented architecture products, but may be too far ahead of most of its customers, who are still in the early stages of SOA implementation, writes Dwight B. Davis at Ovum.


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 »


September 11, 2008  2:53 PM

XTP limits?



Posted by: Heather Clancy
event-driven architecture, Extreme Transaction Processing (XTP), IBM, Oracle development

Extreme transaction processing (XTP) has limits that have nothing to do with its 500+ transactions per second performance. The limits are in its applicability in applications, which may benefit from grid technology, but may not require extreme processing, says Mike Piech, senior director of Oracle...


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...


April 14, 2008  12:42 PM

Pearls of wisdom from SOA users at IBM Impact



Posted by: StorageSwiss
CIO, Conferences, CTO, Data integration, Data services, Enterprise architecture, IBM, SOA

It's amazing what happens you put a few thousand SOA users together. Suddenly you start to get a clearer picture of what service orientation can achieve at both the business and IT levels. That was probably the biggest takeaway for this attendee at IBM's


April 10, 2008  5:09 PM

IBM showing off SOA’s impact



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Conferences, Enterprise architecture, IBM, SOA

Things Kate Pierson surely never thought she'd say during a concert when the B-52s were taking off 30 years ago: "Happy birthday WebSphere!" Now, THAT is what I call a mashup. Artists who debut high on the Billboard charts plugging your products is also what happens when a company pulls off a big...


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  7:15 PM

BPM and event-driven SOA highlight IBM Impact



Posted by: StorageSwiss
event-driven architecture, IBM, Project Zero, REST

The overwhelming theme coming from IBM on the opening day of its Impact 2008 event is that SOA isn't about the technology. It sounds a bit odd to hear that message coming from a company with more SOA-related...


March 12, 2008  1:05 PM

Web 2.0 leading SOA in buzzword compliance?



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Enterprise mashups, IBM, Oracle development, rich Internet applications (RIA), SOA, SOA development, Web 2.0

Marketers in the service-oriented architecture (SOA) world seem to be  falling all over each other to make their new products Web 2.0 buzzword compliant. Although Web 2.0 is a dubious term technically since there is no real Web 2.0. It is a clever catchall phrase for the more glitzy browser...


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