Ever wonder if you could get the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) without the 'Bus'? Did you ever need a data services server without the actual 'server'? On...
0 replies - 8653 views - 01/07/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
The adoption of SOA requires flexibility. Organizations need an adoption solution that is tailored to their unique architecture. Some companies think they...
0 replies - 6125 views - 12/17/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
WSO2 just announced the immediate availability of two new tools for its comprehensive middleware platform. One is a Gadget Server enterprise portal for...
0 replies - 5784 views - 12/16/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
The release of Google Chrome for Mac OS X may already be here
by the time this is posted. The Chromium team recently changed it's Mac OS X roadmap
1 replies - 18058 views - 12/04/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
I often recall having to spend many hours fighting with complex and
error prone processes to install server software and get an
'helloworld' example running....
0 replies - 9883 views - 12/03/09 by Len DiMaggio in News
Bruce Silver saw my previous post on the simplicity of BPMN vs. BPEL for execution and wondered: “Are we still debating this?”
The BPMN 2.0...
0 replies - 8218 views - 12/02/09 by Michael Rowley in News
One of the main tasks that the JBossESB performs is that of routing
messages to the correct services. (As I never tire of telling people,
in the context of...
0 replies - 5303 views - 11/30/09 by Len DiMaggio in News
BPEL is complex and BPMN is simple, right? After all, BPMN has a nice graphical notation. The BPEL standard only specifies what the language looks like in XML....
0 replies - 5759 views - 11/26/09 by Michael Rowley in Articles
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. recently held
early talks with Microsoft to show Wall Street Journal content, and
possibly other News Corp. publications,...
0 replies - 15883 views - 11/24/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
There’s no Architecture in Business Service Orientation ! There,
I’ve said it, there are no two types of SOA. I am not trying to say
0 replies - 2326 views - 11/24/09 by Arnon Rotem-gal-oz in News
Following on from my post about our WSO2 Cloud announcements, I felt it was important to talk about how I see Cloud intersecting with SOA.Before
we talk about...
0 replies - 3738 views - 11/20/09 by Paul Fremantle in News
In the previous post to this blog, we looked at orchestrating JBossESB
services from a RiftSaw BPEL process. In this post, we'll look at the
other side of...
0 replies - 10819 views - 11/18/09 by Len DiMaggio in News
Amazon is the current leader of Cloud provider based on the IaaS model.
At the heart of its technology stack, they have the virtual machine
layer called EC2....
1 replies - 8713 views - 11/13/09 by Ricky Ho in News
PaaS can most dramatically improve the IT experience in four areas:
Hosting/operations efficiencyApplication-centric managementDevelopment...
0 replies - 4304 views - 11/11/09 by William Vambenepe in News
What do we need from an on-demand application platform for
enterprise software? Here is a proposed classification of container
types on which you can...
0 replies - 2442 views - 11/10/09 by William Vambenepe in News
One of the great strengths of the JBoss software is in the integrations
between projects. In this post, we'll examine the Riftsaw - JBoss ESB
1 replies - 11889 views - 11/09/09 by Len DiMaggio in News
Here at the Oredev 2009 conference in Malmo, Sweden, I had the chance
to connect with Herbjorn Wilhelmsen, one of the members of the SOA
0 replies - 4630 views - 11/06/09 by Nitin Bharti in Articles
I’ll bet that it felt like a momentous achievement to get a group of
very well-known bloggers, analysts and technologists to agree on a “manifesto” for...
0 replies - 2515 views - 11/05/09 by Alex Neihaus in News
After several years of companies industry-wide combining Services
Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Business Process Management (BPM), the
results are mixed....
0 replies - 4334 views - 11/02/09 by Masoud Kalali in Articles
The recent drafting of an SOA manifesto raises new questions about the current state of service-oriented architecture and the need for an SOA manifesto. Why...
0 replies - 3652 views - 10/30/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News