Microservices Matters:

August, 2008

August 29, 2008  10:43 AM

XTP powers SOA

Heather Clancy Heather Clancy Profile: Heather Clancy

Extreme transaction processing (XTP) gets down to business in service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications at AbeBooks.com, a Canada-based online bookstore, profiled in a SearchSOA user story earlier...

August 22, 2008  5:16 PM

JavaScript finds Harmony

Heather Clancy Heather Clancy Profile: Heather Clancy

The Web wins, says Nexaweb's CTO Jeremy Chone analyzing what happened with the ECMAScript working group Harmony decision announced earlier this month. "This is really good for the Web." In his view, the debate was...

August 20, 2008  12:11 PM

Sun targets BEA WebLogic users

Heather Clancy Heather Clancy Profile: Heather Clancy

Former BEA customers, who may be unhappy with Oracle Corp.'s plans for WebLogic as its main service-oriented architecture (SOA) server, are targeted by Sun Microsystems Inc., which today announced a migration program for its JavaCAPS SOA platform. Sun is touting the lower price and open source...

August 18, 2008  5:13 PM

When the Grid met the Cloud – A modern technology fable

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

What's in a name? Grid computing and Cloud computing advocates will soon be asking this question. Growing out of academic and open source software efforts, the Grid was represented as a virtually distributed architecture where vast computing nodes worked on jobs as needed. Grid was an outgrowth of...

August 12, 2008  4:37 PM

Inside Architecture on unified frameworks

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Microsoft Nick Malik recently blogged on "Inside Architecture" about features that would have to be included in a comprehensive framework for enterprise architecture. There would have to more communication and sharing between models, he writes. A published taxonomy is another recommendation that...

August 11, 2008  4:43 PM

Monson-Haefel talks of Curl as Ajax frameworks grow

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Some of the challenge to architects these days comes not from the server side where so much integration effort has been placed, but from the client side. There, Ajax has arisen to improve users' interactions with multiple application services. But, as Richard Monson-Haefel told SearchSOA.com's...

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