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March 27, 2013  7:36 PM

Modularizing legacy Java apps: Don’t reinvent the wheel



Posted by: SearchSOA.com
Development, Enterprise architecture, Java

For enterprise architects, taking an "out with the old, in with the new" mentality can be tempting when modularizing large legacy Java applications, but that could be a mistake. That's according to Vineet Sinha of Cambridge, Mass. –based

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September 27, 2012  5:56 PM

JavaOne 2012 kicks off



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Java, JavaOne

As JavaOne 2012 kicks off in San Francisco Sept 30, industry experts and practitioners gather to learn about the newest in Java standards, best practices and developments.  New this year are a larger keynote location at the Masonic Auditorium...


September 20, 2012  6:03 PM

Goodbye to three-tier computing?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
API, data architecture, Java, RIA, SOA

Software in the original mainframe days was all glommed together. Why not? Who was looking? Sometimes, reluctantly, some structure came about. Even in the early mid-range days, code was built up into classes, objects and components that were often loosely strung together. With standard Java and...


August 27, 2012  5:53 PM

Lightweight scripts bear down on Java ecosystem



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
distributed caching, Java, JavaOne, middleware, Oracle development

In a recent report on the state of Java, IDC analyst Al Hilwa notes that the Java ecosystem is healthy and on a growing trajectory, with more programming languages than ever now hosted on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).  Hilwa, program director for...


June 13, 2012  7:49 PM

Alaska freight tracking made easier by open source messaging software



Posted by: James Denman
Java, Messaging, middleware, Open source software

Reliable messaging can be hard to achieve in difficult terrains. This was apparent as we met up recently with a lead developer of a major freight company that specializes in shipping to and from far flung facilities in Alaska.

Rob Terpilowski, lead...


April 20, 2012  4:05 PM

Oracle and Google have at it, as APIs go to court



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Java, middleware, Mobile device development, Oracle development

Apps have crept into broader public consciousness in recent years thanks to mobile applications, and now APIs are getting wider attention. In fact, Java APIs stand as a very central part of the Oracle-Google Android trial that got underway this week in San Francisco. The legal wrangling comes at a...


October 10, 2011  6:30 PM

At Oracle OpenWorld, Ellison warns: ”Beware false clouds”



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, Java

A year ago at Oracle OpenWorld/JavaOne in San Francisco , Java creator James Gosling was sited around the show periphery, people wondered what kind a Java steward Oracle would turn into, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison began selling hardware and took pot shots at Mark Benioff's Salesforce.com...


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...


July 27, 2011  3:37 PM

WebSphere 8 takes J EE6 to the streets, adds OSGi



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
IBM, Java, middleware

Long in the forefront of application servers, WebSphere is sometimes a bit overlooked. However the latest version of the IBM application server is worth some consideration, as its new features point out some of the big enterprise trends of the moment.


July 5, 2011  7:15 PM

Rod Johnson: A complex view on OSGi



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
integration, Java, OSGi

Some controversies hang on forever. One such is the controversy around simplifying Java, which certainly goes back to the EJB 2.0 days –- and which is sometimes at the base of OSGi arguments today. There are plenty that feel OSGi is just too darn hard –- and it does appear at times that ISVs,...


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