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Marco Fränkel04/23/13
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Developing a SOA-based Integration Layer Framework: Features

So far I’ve discussed the goals & challenges surrounding the development activities, but I’d like to focus more on the framework itself now, and what it brings to those that are using it.

Reza Shafii04/23/13
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Mule ESB 3.4 Announced - Feature List

New features include improved HA where users can add and remove new nodes to and/from a cluster dynamically.

Mitch Pronschinske04/19/13
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Brian Sletten on RESTful API Design

Brian Sletten, the author of the DZone REST Refcard dispels pre-conceived notions about REST API design while going over Representation Design, Versioning, and more...

Mitch Pronschinske04/18/13
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Micro-Service Architecture

The service architecture of the new millennium has evolved at the Forward Internet Group into a myriad of small, loosely coupled services. While the system is several years old, almost no service is older than six months. We explore the evolution of this architecture and its impact on the organization and processes.

Mitch Pronschinske04/17/13
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Another Look at Application Integration with SwitchYard

If you haven't seen some of the previous introductions to SwitchYard, now's your chance to hear about Red Hat's replacement for JBoss ESB.There's something for everyone in this talk. Especially for Java EE developers.

Dinuka Arseculeratne04/16/13
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Let's Write a Document Style Web Service

Today we will see how to write a Document/Literal wrapper kind of a web service. The agenda of this post is as follows; Write a simple web service based on Document/Literal wrapped, see how to host the simple web service on a tomcat web container, make a simple test client to test our service.

Chris Haddad04/13/13
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Application Services Governance Requires More Than an SOA Registry

All SOA infrastructure products should participate in managing, storing, deciding, or enforcing policy. More than a SOA Governance registry is required.

Steven Willmott04/11/13
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API Crafting Secrets: Into API2Cart

Part 2 of the interview with API2Cart, a universal key for e-commerce. For example, if you deliver re­pricing services you can integrate with platforms you work with via API2Cart, retrieve product prices, and process it with your software.

Mitch Pronschinske04/11/13
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Links You Don't Want To Miss (4/12)

A node v. php v. go benchmarking session and some cool CSS and Mac tools make up this link list. Plus GitHub turns 5 and we get a demo of quantum levitation.

Chris Haddad04/11/13
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Policy Management for APIs, Services, and Apps

This article goes through all the steps for the best-practice end-to-end service governance model.

Eric D. Schabell04/10/13
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JBoss Developer Studio 6 - How to setup SOA Tools (BRMS example)

I have been getting questions about getting started with JBoss Developers Studio (JBDS) version 6 and the latest greatest Business Rules Management System (BRMS) tooling. For posterity, here is how I do it:

Marcelo Jabali04/10/13
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Using TIBCO Silver Mobile with TIBCO Web Messaging

Sometimes, there is a big disconnection between the "App" and all the backend systems that really do all the heavy lifting.

Steven Willmott04/09/13
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API2Cart: The Universal Key to Shopping Carts

I think there is no need to explain how complicated the process of integration with each specific shopping platform can be, and how beneficial it is to get a universal API for multiple carts.

Mitch Pronschinske04/07/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (4/8)

More about asm.js from John Resig and also some amazing benchmarks for comparing a ton of different web frameworks. Plus Rackspace is suing patent trolls and a blogger explores what is really necessary in a programming language.

Mitch Pronschinske04/06/13
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Application Integration with SwitchYard

Get an in-depth tour of how SwitchYard, the next generation Enterprise Service Bus from JBoss, gets you to SOA, easy.