• October 25, 2011 25 Oct'11

    Azure adds integrating Service Bus

    The Microsoft Azure cloud effort is a fairly stupendous technology undertaking, but it remains somewhat unknown beyond the ranks of .NET development teams. At the outset, Microsoft started with a ...

  • October 06, 2011 06 Oct'11

    Oauth enlivens the identity and access management landscape

    By Alan Earls - For his part, Scott Morrison, CTO at Layer7, a provider of API security and governance for service-oriented, Web-oriented and cloud-oriented integration, argues that OAuth is the ...

  • October 05, 2011 05 Oct'11

    Oracle tackles cloud management

    By Jack Vaughan It wasn't that very long ago when Oracle CEO Larry Ellison was denigrating the cloud - but, like others, he and his company now have a strong case of cloud fever. The company has ...

  • October 04, 2011 04 Oct'11

    What do you think about business architecture?

    When we spoke not long ago with Enterprise Architect Ramsay Millar, the discussion centered on the types of tools that you might utilize when pursuing a framework for SOA. Now we are quite pleased ...

  • October 04, 2011 04 Oct'11

    Cloud governance and SOA governance: Similar but different?

    As cloud computing evolves the need for runtime governance increases. Distributed clouds may experience new threats that were not present in SOA.

  • September 28, 2011 28 Sep'11

    Looking to JavaOne 2011 with Apache expert Rob Davies

    Java expert and current CTO of FuseSource Rob Davies discusses his eagerness to attend JavaOne 2011, and what sessions you should attend if you happen to be there.

  • September 24, 2011 24 Sep'11

    Progress pack said to address limits on SOA

    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 ...

  • September 22, 2011 22 Sep'11

    Mobile services development: The ports might get you

    In some ways, mobile development is a bit like the bad old days of multiple Unix versions. Development teams can be kept busy full time just cycling through the multiple OSes they need to support. ...

  • September 21, 2011 21 Sep'11

    At Progress Software event: As SOA meets new challenges, ESBs must rise in response

    At Progress' 2011 user event, expert Robin Bloor stressed the role of the enterprise service bus as application integration grows in complexity.

  • September 19, 2011 19 Sep'11

    SOA Software updates SOA management for Microsoft WCF

    Microsoft created its own world with its own language for .NET. This has created a veil that is sometimes difficult to see through. It walks its own path, and has never hyped SOA to the extent ...

  • September 14, 2011 14 Sep'11

    GigaSpaces improves Java coverage for Microsoft's Azure compute cloud

    When Microsoft first rolled out its Windows Azure cloud computing architecture, it stepped a bit out of persona, going so far as to support work on a Java SDK for non-C# developers looking to place ...

  • September 12, 2011 12 Sep'11

    Application development morphs into application delivery

    Closing the gap between the needs of the business user and the capabilities of the developer is a driving demand these days. It is also a major theme of Forrester Research's upcoming Application ...

  • September 07, 2011 07 Sep'11

    Zend PHP server gains better clustered deployment and scaling traits

    As PHP finds wider use, teams must vault the development-to-deployment gap. Zend's latest rev addresses such issues.

  • August 23, 2011 23 Aug'11

    Ascent of REST shows change in SOA is slow but sure

    Slowly but surely, SOA has become an accepted way for enterprises to do software. There were many reasons for uptake to lag, not the least of which was that it was hard work to form software into ...

  • August 17, 2011 17 Aug'11

    Random notes - Services boundaries, SOA certification, ESBs

    A lot of the news in Service-Oriented Architecture now surfaces via blogs and Twitter. Long years after its inception, SOA still seems to generate controversy, although most people would agree that ...