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May 9, 2008  4:58 PM

Java EE 6 needs SCA, SAP architect says



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Composite applications, Conferences, Enterprise architecture, JavaOne, SAP AG, Service Component Architecture, SOA, SOA development

Java EE 6, now in the development stage, needs to embrace the service component architecture (SCA) specification, argues Sanjay Patil, standards architect at SAP AG. The Java Community Process Web page for Java EE 6 indicates that SCA is being...

May 8, 2008  4:27 PM

JavaOne report: Apache Tuscany, can SOA be this easy?



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Apache Tuscany, Atom, JavaOne, JSON, Service Component Architecture, SOA development

In front of a packed room of a few hundred developers at the 2008 JavaOne conference yesterday, IBM's Jean-Sebastien Delfino gave a presentation of the Apache...

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May 4, 2008  11:26 PM

What’s next for Java? Take a look at GlassFish.



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Eclipse, GlassFish, Java, JavaOne, OSGi, Service Component Architecture, SOA development

I'm heading out to the JavaOne conference this week and it struck me that Java has had a very quiet year. Two years ago Sun launched Java EE 5 and almost immediately analysts began to call it a heavyweight dinosaur


April 25, 2008  10:50 AM

SOA versus perfect SOA



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Composite applications, CTO, SOA, SOA development

In the early days of client/server adoption in the 1990s there were lots of articles lamenting the fact the client/server wasn't living up to its promise. It was just another theory that didn't really work all that well in practice. But after a few years client/server was just the way application...


April 7, 2008  11:59 AM

Open source leading SOA charge in 2008



Posted by: StorageSwiss
.NET, Eclipse, Java, Open source software, SOA development

Last August I noted that Microsoft regularly finds itself buried under an avalanche of news coming from its Java-based competition. It's impossible to compete with that kind of volume and that fact...


March 28, 2008  4:09 PM

SOA, Progress and the R-word



Posted by: Heather Clancy
ROI, SOA, SOA development

Two interconnected debates are raging in the blogsphere over how service-oriented architecture (SOA) may be running into resistence in 2008. One debate covered this week in a SearchSOA article is about...


March 26, 2008  11:50 AM

Podcast: Mulesource CEO on why SOA requires many ESBs



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Podcast, SaaS, SOA development

This podcast with Mulesource CEO Dave Rosenberg covers the role of the enterprise service bus (ESB) inside an SOA. Rosenberg notes that an ESB shouldn't be thought of as a singular piece of software sitting in the middle of every application, tossing aside the hub-and-spoke model from the EAI...


March 19, 2008  1:20 PM

Eclipse forms OSGi community



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Composite applications, Eclipse, Java, OSGi, SOA, SOA development

At EclipseCon this week, the Eclipse Foundation announced that it is forming a new open source community project "to...


March 14, 2008  3:12 PM

Red Hat buys SOA knowledge transfer expertise



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Enterprise architecture, Project management, SOA, SOA development, SOA management

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) expertise is still not available off-the-shelf.

That's the reason Red Hat Inc. bought Amentra Inc., a integration services provider headquartered in Richmond, VA., which...


March 12, 2008  1:05 PM

Web 2.0 leading SOA in buzzword compliance?



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Enterprise mashups, IBM, Oracle development, rich Internet applications (RIA), SOA, SOA development, Web 2.0

Marketers in the service-oriented architecture (SOA) world seem to be  falling all over each other to make their new products Web 2.0 buzzword compliant. Although Web 2.0 is a dubious term technically since there is no real Web 2.0. It is a clever catchall phrase for the more glitzy browser...


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