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February 26, 2014  6:18 PM

Pre-modernization assessment imperative for successful application modernization

Posted by: Maxine Giza
Development, Enterprise architecture, SOA, SOA development

Organizations have heard it time and time again; application modernization can yield significant cost-savings. Just because business leaders have this fact drilled into their head doesn't mean they...

July 18, 2013  1:19 PM

Is now the time for enterprise mobile application development?

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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

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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

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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.


December 29, 2012  7:23 PM

SOA best practice: prepare for unknown futures

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise architecture, SOA

A recent piece by Stephanie Mann looks at SOA design issues today. After over ten years of SOA, some best practices are still emerging. Among the notables Mann spoke with is Robert Daigneau. With stints heading development at both Fidelity Investments and – he now heads the...

November 28, 2012  2:37 AM

SOA influences modern data integration

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
data architecture, SOA

SOA is far from being the new technology kid on the block. But once it was. Now it is an older kid, and a practical approach to fielding a host of other new technologies. It should not be overstated, but, especially in the SOA services form known as “REST,” SOA is a foundational element of...

November 1, 2012  8:50 PM

Decoupled design of the Web API kind

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
.NET, Microsoft, SOA

When WCF started, the focus was on decoupling. That was a basic SOA tenet, and Microsoft, though it was not that big a singer in the SOA choir, took those principles to heart in formulating .NET design patterns. Of course, the REST dialect of SOA has gained traction. REST can’t exactly be called...

September 20, 2012  6:03 PM

Goodbye to three-tier computing?

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
API, data architecture, Java, RIA, SOA

Software in the original mainframe days was all glommed together. Why not? Who was looking? Sometimes, reluctantly, some structure came about. Even in the early mid-range days, code was built up into classes, objects and components that were often loosely strung together. With standard Java and...

September 5, 2012  11:08 PM

Thomas Erl discusses upcoming SOA, Cloud and Service Technology Symposium

Posted by: Jack Vaughan

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...

May 2, 2012  2:48 AM

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

Posted by: Jack Vaughan

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...

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