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Mariano Gonzalez03/03/14
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Google, OAuth, and the Confused Deputy – A Tale of Security

Remember that when authenticating through OAuth, it’s not you receiving and validating the user’s credentials. So no matter which API you’re using or if the API support multiple logins like Google does, you should always take measures against a confused deputy attack.

Mike Hadlow02/28/14
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EasyNetQ: Client Details in Connection String

From version 0.27.3 of EasyNetQ, you can set your client product name and platform in the connection string. These will then appear in the RabbitMQ Management UI connection list under the Client column. Underneath is the EasyNetQ version number.

Madhuka Udantha02/28/14
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WebSocket Implementation in Tomcat 7 and Jaggery

Tomcat 7 introduced a WebSocket implementation. introduced a WebSocket implementation. Firstly I will give web socket's benefits and limitations plus briefly web socket implemented in Apache Tomcat 7. WebSocket is considered an evolution of web communication.

Omri Erel02/28/14
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5 SaaS Churn Rate Reduction Unique Methods

The maturity of Web services and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) as underlying technologies has made SaaS an increasingly prevalent delivery model. As a result of new developmental approaches, AJAX is also gaining popularity.

Chris Haddad02/27/14
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API-Access Mindset or API-centric Enterprise Mindset

When crafting an API strategy and proposing API benefits, consider whether your organization is pursuing an API-Access Mindset or and API-centric Enterprise Mindset. These API approaches are similar to recognized Big SOA / Small SOA or Top-down SOA / Bottoms-up SOA approaches.

Chris Haddad02/25/14
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Reshape Reference Architecture: Why, What, How

The reference architectures of the past (i.e. client-server, web application, SOA services) are not adequately addressing current business demand, use cases, and expectations. IT must update reference architecture models to remain relevant and effective.

Madhuka Udantha02/25/14
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Configuring WSO2 API Manager for High Availability

Here I am going to building two APIM instance for high availability. You can try this on two nodes. But here I am trying it in one PC. Therefore I will be changing port offset. I will be using WSO2 AM 4.6.0 for this article.

Brian Gracely02/24/14
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The Cloudcast #131 - Distributed Chaos, Security's New Normal

Brian talks with John Barco (VP of Products @ ForgeRock) and Engin Kirda (Co-Founder @ Lastline) about Identity Management, Advanced Persistent Threats, Open-Source, Advanced Malware, State-Sponsored Attacks, Internet of Things and other security trends prior to the RSA Conference.

Eric D. Schabell02/24/14
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JBoss Webinar Slides Available - Business Rules, Events, and Processes. Oh My!

This article covers arious components that you can leverage in the JBoss BPM Suite to leverage your enterprise rules, events, and processes. There were almost 500 registrations for the webinar that originally aired this content.

Steven Willmott02/24/14
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API Alchemy - Education and Learning Resources for APIs

Why API Alchemy? APIs are still in many ways a dark art – a vial of JSON, a dash of Hypermedia and some vigorous debugging followed by oak barrel versioning … but there are expert practitioners we can all learn from!

Benjamin Ball02/23/14
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The Best of the Week (Feb. 14): Cloud Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (Feb. 14 to Feb. 20). Topics this week include getting SaaS users to invest, Azure SLAs and provisioning, the DZone Weekly Link Roundup, Azure storage, and the latest episode of the Cloudcast.

Benjamin Ball02/23/14
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The Best of the Week (Feb. 14): Enterprise Integration

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone. This week's topics include how wrong your API versioning is, Apache Camel cookbooks, APIs performing as the new SOA, best practices for application governance, and defining API governance.

Ross Mason02/21/14
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What does cosmology have to do with integration?

Software integration used to be the customer’s headache in the days of on-premise solutions, but the cloud has changed all that. So why are we still talking about it? This article includes a weekly roundup of top API and integration articles from MuleSoft.

Chris Haddad02/21/14
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Application Services Governance: Best Practices Accelerates Safe Delivery

This article brings heavy emphasis to what exactly Application Services Governance is, and focuses specifically on the best practices to accelerate safe delivery. Application Services Governance is a mechanism to achieve business agility, build a responsive IT organization, and optimize IT effectiveness.

Phil Whelan02/20/14
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PaaS: Service Orchestration Vs Container Orchestration

There is a lot of speculation on the future of PaaS. As a technology, PaaS adoption is not moving quickly enough for some, and they equate rapid adoption to a successful market. PaaS is new, and PaaS is definitely evolving, but we are definitely seeing adoption.