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February 1, 2011  7:19 PM

Searching for Private Orion – a browser-based open tool integration platform



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Eclipse, SOA development, web applications

Orion is not a set of Java plug-ins which run in the existing Eclipse Java IDE, according to Eclipse head  Mike Milinkovich. It is instead a browser-based open tool integration platform which is "entirely focused on...

December 20, 2010  4:50 PM

From point-to-point to any-to-any to hub-and-spoke and back



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise architecture, SOA development

There was a time when EAI was the anti-thesis of SOA, but Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is making a bit of a comeback within the SOA firmament. The fact is that it never...


November 23, 2010  4:54 PM

At AADI: Parasoft Concerto enforces SDLC policy



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA development

 A new version of Parasoft's Concerto released at Gartner AADI Summit 2010 includes a policy layer. This does not cover SOA policy but instead relates to SDLC policy. Parasoft offers a Policy Center that can enforce peer code reviews, implement pattern-based static analysis and support flow-based...


October 25, 2010  6:38 PM

Do devices mean changes in the architecture of SOA?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Mobile device development, SOA development

SearchSOA.com recently ran a three-part interview with Tom Nolle, an industry veteran who has of late directed much attention at next-generation network services...


October 18, 2010  8:57 PM

Light-weight apps and the LightSwitch development kit



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
.NET, SOA development

Enterprise-scale applications – by that we mean big banger ''let's-change-the-way-we-do-things-around-here'' enterprise applications – are what we want to do, right? Of course. It is in human nature to want to make a strong impact.


May 12, 2010  2:27 PM

Facebook as a Thrift shop



Posted by: RobBarry
SOA development

Development shops can spend significant time on integration when building services in a number of different programming languages within the same application infrastructure. One newer project in the Apache Software Foundation Incubator, Thrift, can let developers build services that communicate...


February 3, 2010  4:20 PM

Service-oriented architecture for FAA system to integrate weather reports



Posted by: Mpontacoloni
SOA development

Harris Corp. meteorologists have used SOA to integrate weather information into the Next Generation Air Transportation System. They discussed their work at last month's American Meteorological Society (AMS) conference in Atlanta.


August 19, 2009  1:40 PM

Oslo team joins MS data programmability group



Posted by: Mpontacoloni
Microsoft, SOA development

[ANALYSIS] - Microsoft has made its Oslo design team part of the company's Data Programmability group. The news was released via the web blog of Doug Purdy, product unit manager for Oslo. It has been a journey.


April 21, 2009  3:33 PM

The quest for granular SOA services



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA development

I learned from a writing teacher who was not a writer at all – he was an engineer. He took an engineer’s approach to writing – or maybe I should say a reverse-engineering approach. That is: He looked at the best examples of the type of writing he was pursuing, analyzed them, and codified...


March 24, 2009  3:47 PM

Survey sees SOA strength



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA development, SOA infrastructure

The recent tremendous upheaval in the world economy did not bring out the best in the large army of SOA pundits. The upheaval was going to be “the end of SOA” or SOA was going to be “the answer” to the upheaval. The comments did not run the spectrum – the comments ended up on one end of...


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