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July 18, 2013  1:19 PM

Is now the time for enterprise mobile application development?



Posted by: SearchSOA.com
Development, middleware, SOA

Are enterprises jumping on the mobile application bandwagon? The answer may depend on who you ask. StackMob’s CEO Ty Amell says yes. So much so his company

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July 12, 2013  5:41 PM

Limelight is now on enterprise mobile application development



Posted by: SearchSOA.com
Development, middleware, SOA

Enterprise mobile applications are stepping into the spotlight, seriously catching the eyes of clients looking to gain more insight into their consumers, according to StackMob, a cloud-based backend for mobile applications. "We've seen a drastic upset over the last few months in terms of...


June 12, 2013  7:32 PM

How database legacy modernization is like peeling an onion



Posted by: SearchSOA.com
Development, middleware, SOA

Migration efforts can seem daunting, but upgrading legacy databases isn't an impossible task. During the "Mainframe and Database Legacy Modernization" session at Red Hat Summit 2013 in Boston, Red Hat services delivery manager Emily Brand likened the process to peeling an onion.

"Every...


January 9, 2013  6:26 PM

Big data tackles cold pizza, or Real-time gets real



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
data architecture, event-driven architecture, middleware, Tibco

Like ''cloud'' before it, ''big data'' is a nebulous term veiling some actual trends. Google and Amazon have been startling online successes, and much of their achievement seems to stem from massive amounts of Web-based data that they deftly correlate to create powerful views of the customer. ...


October 18, 2012  2:35 PM

High-speed trading: Time to take a breath?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Complex Event Processing (CEP), middleware

Low-latency messaging, complex event processing, big data, operational business intelligence and other high-powered technologies must be considered by IT leaders looking to achieve competitive edge. But most IT leaders know such systems come at a price, and they must be subjected to the same ROI...


October 18, 2012  2:17 PM

OMG DDS makes SOA approach available for real-time embedded systems



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
embedded systems, middleware

Integrating disparate computing systems is by no means an easy task. Integration is one of the most important reasons to focus on Web services in enterprise architecture. Standards like SOAP and REST make it less difficult to get various applications and components talking to each other. However,...


October 11, 2012  2:07 PM

Polymita BPM to join JBoss middleware line



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
business process management, Enterprise architecture, middleware

While outlining its intentions for its new FuseSource acquisition, Red Hat’s JBoss group this week discussed plans for incorporating BPM technology it recently bought from Spanish BPM company Polymita. As described by Red Hat, the Polymita software is meant to more closely integrate advanced BPM...


October 3, 2012  9:08 PM

Developing Digital Disruption: On tap at Forrester AD event



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise architecture, middleware, Mobile device development

At Forrester Research's Application Development & Delivery Forum last year, we were introduced to the idea that


September 7, 2012  3:16 PM

Choice Hotels rethink IT architecture – employ middleware, SOA, BPM



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
middleware, Oracle, User story

Hoteliers were among the first businesses to turn to information technology. Now, their once-new foundational computers have become legacy systems that can block in the way of delivering new products and promotions. These are not always just mainframe systems – once-shiny high-performance...


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...


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