SOA Talk:

Java


March 24, 2010  5:16 PM

Will ‘cloud’ mark JVM ascent over Java (the language)?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing, Java

Some have projected Java to be a likely language of the cloud. The thing is, within the Java community, there seems to be a vocal group that sees the Java Virtual Machine – rather than the Java language -  as the main contributor to future cloud architecture.

March 19, 2010  8:18 PM

Java is as strong as its community process: Interview with Reza Rahman



Posted by: RobBarry
Java, JCP

By Jan Stafford LAS VEGAS - Java developers and thought leaders shared ideas about the future of Java at TheServerSide Java Symposium 2010 this week. Java’s success in the future relies on community involvement in creating future Java versions and features via the Java Community Process (JCP),...


March 19, 2010  4:17 PM

Oracle’s Purdy talks Java, C++, and JDK 7



Posted by: Mpontacoloni
Java

Oracle’s Cameron Purdy spoke about Java and C++ in a presentation at TheServerSide Java Symposium Thursday. Purdy explained some of the advantages Java has over C++, and how these advantages helped Java become a more popular programming language.


March 17, 2010  6:38 PM

“Father of Java” James Gosling on Oracle-Sun



Posted by: Mpontacoloni
Java

 [brightcove] James Gosling discusses the impact of the Oracle-Sun acquistion at 2010 TheServerSide Java Symposium in Las Vegas.


February 8, 2010  10:17 PM

Quick bits: Jonathon Schwartz’s goodbye tweet – Oracle buys AmberPoint – Middleware in the data center



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Java, SOA governance

Last week, in the wake of the Oracle-Sun merger, Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz left. He tweeted on the way. This week Oracle was back buying, grabbing SOA governance software maker AmberPoint. Such software is useful as middleware moves deeper into the corporation. Here are a few quick bits ...


January 21, 2010  9:58 PM

Ted Neward talks JavaScript, Scala, architecture and more



Posted by: RobBarry
Java

Well known enterprise systems consultant Ted Neward recently spoke with TheServerside.com about some topics he will cover at this years TSS Java Symposium. The Q&A session discusses ECMAScript (JavaScript),...


January 11, 2010  7:16 PM

Challenging times for Java



Posted by: Mpontacoloni
Java

by Jack Vaughan About 15 years along, Java continues to gain as an influential force in modern middleware. No matter what the future holds, it is clear that Java has brought new homogeneity to computing. Java’s biggest mid-tier value has been in J EE (formerly J2E), which has standardized many...


January 11, 2010  7:02 PM

BMC Software acquires Phurnace, enhances Java app deployment automation



Posted by: RobBarry
Java

Systems management software vendor BMC Software this month announced its acquisition of Phurnace Software, a provider of tools for automated Java application deployment, for an undisclosed sum. Phurnace has built its business, in part, by addressing a problem that a 2009 Hurwitz & Associates...


December 14, 2009  4:34 AM

During EC hearing, Sun Microsystems releases Java EE6, NetBeans 6.8 and GlassFish v3



Posted by: RobBarry
Java, Sun Microsystems

Even as the European Commission was holding a hearing on concerns from the Oracle-Sun acquisition on Thursday, Sun Microsystems released three much-awaited items: Java EE6, NetBeans IDE 6.8 and GlassFish Enterprsie Server v3. This SOA-friendly hat trick will no doubt come as a comfort to some who...


November 11, 2009  3:15 PM

Tools add Web services to existing Java EE applications



Posted by: Mpontacoloni
Java

by Jack Vaughan “The big technical challenge with using Web services for integration today typically is that you have a number of applications that don’t support Web services,” says Mark Hansen, head of start-up Proxisoft, formerly known as AgileIT. Hansen has created software that, once...


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