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July 26, 2012  5:12 PM

Using the Web as an application integration platform



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, Data integration, SOA infrastructure

While much discussion these day centers on APIs, some players suggest that the Web is all the API you really need. That could be said to be part of the thinking behind the Kapow Katalyst Application Integration Platform 9.0 from Kapow Software. Be prepared to add another “as a” to the list...

May 14, 2012  8:42 PM

Integration appliances: Impact 2012 Reporter’s Notebook



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
IBM, SOA infrastructure

While the enterprise software business remains a good one, integration hardware appliances continue to grab headlines. With Oracle’s Exalogic and, now,


September 24, 2011  4:09 PM

Progress pack said to address limits on SOA



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
data architecture, ESB, SOA infrastructure

Long-time SOA mainstay Progress Software said it is addressing apparent SOA limitations with a pre-integrated enterprise integration package announced this week at the company's yearly user conference. The software is composed of the Progress Sonic enterprise service bus (ESB) and the Progress...


August 9, 2011  3:10 PM

Cloud computing to co-exist with SOA?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Cloud Services, SOA infrastructure

SOA has had at times a tough road to hoe, but it has survived and now with cloud computing architecture looming as the next big paradigm shift, SOA services stand out more than ever as the best path.


March 28, 2011  3:41 PM

Forrester analysts: SOA still strong



Posted by: James Denman
ESB, SOA, SOA appliances, SOA development, SOA infrastructure

 

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January 21, 2011  4:02 AM

XML gateways at a crossroads?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA appliances, SOA infrastructure, XML

Are changes coming to specialized XML gateways/accelerators? It appears so. Is everyone onboard with the idea? No. Some viewers say the gateway will place its best traits – security and data transformation – in jeopardy, if it dilutes its ''core competencies'' and begins to take on the traits ...


December 16, 2010  2:49 PM

Nimble Distribution bundles up OSGi



Posted by: James Denman
OSGi, SOA infrastructure

OSGi is poised to provide a service platform extensive enough to provide ubiquitous modularity – but effectively creating OSGi bundles is still difficult. The Nimble Distribution seeks to address this and related issues. Paremus, an OSGi based private cloud computing provider, and Makewave, the...


July 30, 2010  2:21 PM

Are you ready for real-time ESBs? ESO is!



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA infrastructure

SOA has brought a lot of benefits to application development, but few would suggest that speedy processing was one of those benefits. SOA incurs overhead, and overhead is the nemesis of fast action, especially of the type required for real-time systems. The typical Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)...


July 26, 2010  4:27 PM

SOA and EA at The Open Group Boston conference



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise architecture, SOA infrastructure

Sometimes the news is that there is nothing new. We saw an example of that recently. ‘’The exciting thing is that there is nothing new and exciting,’’ said Dr. Chris Harding. With that statement the forum director of the SOA Work Group ironically observed that the hype and ballyhoo of...


August 11, 2009  1:17 AM

VMware scoops up SpringSource for more than $362 million



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing, SOA infrastructure

The overnight news is that web application framework specialist SpringSource was scooped up by virtualization giant VMware for about $362 million in cash and equity plus the assumption of some $58 million of unvested stock and options. It seems the industry thrust toward cloud computing is creating...


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