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  • October 11, 2012 11 Oct'12

    Polymita BPM to join JBoss middleware line

    While outlining its intentions for its new FuseSource acquisition, Red Hat’s JBoss group this week discussed plans for incorporating BPM technology it recently bought from Spanish BPM company ...

  • October 09, 2012 09 Oct'12

    OMG CEO Soley on software modeling, fast data distribution

    Richard Soley, head of UML steward OMG, reflects on the rise of software modeling, new means of distributing fast middleware, cloud standards and more.

  • October 03, 2012 03 Oct'12

    Developing Digital Disruption: On tap at Forrester AD event

    At Forrester Research's Application Development & Delivery Forum last year, we were introduced to the idea that innovative disruption was the principal force propelling the future of IT. In the ...

  • October 02, 2012 02 Oct'12

    SOASTA buys LogNormal; The goal? Gain mobile end-user point of view

    Cloud and mobile test service SOASTA has acquired LogNormal, makers of Web performance tools. That news accompanies SOASTA’s release of mPulse, a real-time user monitoring tool that itself derives ...

  • September 27, 2012 27 Sep'12

    JavaOne 2012 kicks off

    As JavaOne 2012 kicks off in San Francisco Sept 30, industry experts and practitioners gather to learn about the newest in Java standards, best practices and developments.  New this year are a ...

  • September 20, 2012 20 Sep'12

    Goodbye to three-tier computing?

    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 ...

  • September 13, 2012 13 Sep'12

    Fat Fractal enters the BaaS fray

    What has sometimes been described as mobile middleware has taken a new tack. Now, the idea of Backend as a Service (BaaS) has begun to take off in the mobile application development space. ...

  • September 12, 2012 12 Sep'12

    Is a Storm moving into the complex event processing world?

    Big social media sites spawn new event processing technologies. But they may prove best for new Web applications, rather than established CEP apps.

  • September 07, 2012 07 Sep'12

    Choice Hotels rethink IT architecture – employ middleware, SOA, BPM

    Hoteliers were among the first businesses to turn to information technology. Now, their once-new foundational computers have become legacy systems that can block in the way of delivering new ...

  • September 06, 2012 06 Sep'12

    Can stream-based data processing make Hadoop run faster?

    The Apache Hadoop distributed file processing system has benefits and is gaining traction. However, it can have drawbacks. Some organizations find that starting up with Hadoop requires rethinking ...

  • September 05, 2012 05 Sep'12

    Thomas Erl discusses upcoming SOA, Cloud and Service Technology Symposium

    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 ...

  • August 30, 2012 30 Aug'12

    Connecting Hadoop distributions to ODBC

    As more enterprises set their sights on Hadoop's capabilities, new products aim to ease Hadoop integration. Progress DataDirect’s Connect XE for ODBC driver for Hadoop Hive is an example. It boasts ...

  • August 27, 2012 27 Aug'12

    Lightweight scripts bear down on Java ecosystem

    In a recent report on the state of Java, IDC analyst Al Hilwa notes that the Java ecosystem is healthy and on a growing trajectory, with more programming languages than ever now hosted on the Java ...

  • August 20, 2012 20 Aug'12

    Skills for big data: Hadoop, Pig, Cassandra and more

    Q: What is a data scientist? A: It’s a DBA from California. The joke belies the fact that the world of big data skills right now is pretty much topsy-turvy. If you would you like to look at a short ...

  • August 13, 2012 13 Aug'12

    APIs in the news as App.net trawls for dollars

    Summer is known for vacation and relaxation, as many TV commercials attest. It also can be a time of unrest and revolution, as U.S. and French history attest. Maybe the season explains the timing ...

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