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September 5, 2012  11:08 PM

Thomas Erl discusses upcoming SOA, Cloud and Service Technology Symposium



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
REST, SOA

Later this month, experts and authors from around the globe will gather in London for the fifth annual SOA, Cloud and Service Technology Symposium. This year’s conference agenda reflects aspects of the progress of SOA - both subtle and profound. In reviewing this year’s submissions, some...

July 11, 2012  8:28 PM

Consumerization of IT and SOA integration



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
API, middleware, Mobile device development, REST

An odd phenomenon these days is the consumerization of IT, which WhatIs describes as the “blending of personal and business use of technology devices and applications.”...


May 2, 2012  2:48 AM

IBM Impact 2012: Is this the age of SOA 3.0?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
IBM, REST, SOA

SOA has been used for application transformation for several years - now SOA itself is undergoing a transformation. At IBM Impact 2012, IBM Application and Integration Middleware General Manager Marie Wieck went so far as to dub the transformation “SOA 3.0.” She was not alone among IBM leaders...


November 17, 2011  5:31 PM

An OAuth API eases development



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, middleware, Mobile device development, REST

We spoke with Apigee's Sam Ramji recently. He and the company, which focuses on API products for enterprises and developers, find themselves among those at the center of one of the rising trends in...


January 7, 2010  8:45 PM

Orderly: A lighter JSON Schema, if you will



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Ajax, REST

Joe McKendrick has an interesting post about a cool new schema.  It relates to JSON, and is meant to give JSON apps data handling capabilities that are a bit more robust.

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October 28, 2009  8:41 PM

Weirder science: Hadoop and computational biology



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing, REST

Before there was cloud computing, there was grid computing. Instead of sending your jobs to the cloud, you’d send them to the grid. Instead of provisioning big banks of on-premise computers to do your calculations, you’d send them to the grid.


March 18, 2009  1:25 PM

Putting Java to REST



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
REST

Web services followed on the first flush of Java in the late 1990s. They might have been called something else. ‘Services’ made a certain sense because the term ably conveyed a difference from then-reigning object technology. People were ready for the services part. People understood that a...


December 29, 2008  4:53 PM

Microformats for fast REST APIs?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Microsoft, REST

Microformats have been described as a set open data format standards for structured blogging and web content publishing. They have been tried out, for example, in the realm of XHTML. One tenet of the microformat movement has been to try to work with existing architectures and patterns, sometimes...


October 31, 2008  5:50 PM

SOA meets Cloud Computing at Microsoft PDC



Posted by: Heather Clancy
.NET, cloud computing, Composite applications, Development, Microsoft, Modeling, REST, SOA, SOA development

For Microsoft there seemed to be a somewhat humbler tone at its Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles this past week. Even the biggest new SOA modeling and Cloud Computing initiatives were described as “nascent” works in progress and subject to change.


April 21, 2008  11:12 AM

Does WOA bring anything new to SOA?



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Composite applications, REST, rich Internet applications (RIA), SaaS, SOA, Web 2.0

A lot of analysts I respect have been pushing the concept of Web-oriented architecture, or WOA, of late. For those unfamiliar with the term, Dion Hinchcliffe has covered it extensively and Dana Gardner has been


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