Microservices Matters:

July, 2009

July 22, 2009  5:14 PM

Google App Engine asks developers to think cloud

Mike Pontacoloni Profile: Mpontacoloni


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July 20, 2009  6:44 PM

Grid computing, cloud computing, SOA and application development

Brein Matturro Profile: Brein Matturro

By Jack Vaughan Cloud computing is not that much different than grid computing. It is rather like a subset of grid, but that is misleading because its scale is much more...

July 13, 2009  8:32 PM

Cloud: Re-make, re-model, or leave as-is?

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

The upsurge in cloud computing presents development teams with new challenges and opportunities. There is a school of thought maintaining that the best bet is to upload applications as-is to the cloud, doing as little rework as possible. Yet another school contends that applications should be...

July 8, 2009  3:05 AM

Low-latency ESB solution relies on high-powered hardware

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Content networking appliance maker Solace Systems pressed the case for its hardware approach to middleware with a recent high-speed message caching update for its Unified Messaging Platform. Think of it as an ESB accelerator!

July 7, 2009  1:26 PM

A mobile developer’s tale: iPhone, therefore I am

Brein Matturro Profile: Brein Matturro

Mobile applications have piqued the interest of developers. First, the iPhone redefined what a phone was: it looked a lot like a Web browser, really. Then, Apple opened an iPhone App store that promised developers an opportunity to write and sell application to a new mass audience. What...

July 1, 2009  1:15 AM

Appian upgrades links to SharePoint, makes portals ‘actionable’

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Interest in enterprise mash-ups should not entirely dim interest in enterprise portals, should it? They may blend. They both gather disparage system data into a single view. One can adjudge that mash-ups will get more robust, and portals will get more loosely coupled and flexible, if history is a...

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