Web services mediation

  • January 03, 2011 03 Jan'11

    Embedded systems middleware demystified with author Tammy Noergaard

    Embedded systems expert Tammy Noergaard discusses embedded systems middleware and lessons learned while writing her book, "Demystifying Embedded Systems Middleware."

  • October 06, 2008 06 Oct'08

    Microsoft modeling strategy: Work in progress

    After several years pursuing a modeling tool strategy focused on Domain Specific Languages (DSLs), Microsoft is broadening its approach to include more UML-related modeling tools. How these tools will work under the umbrella of the company's ...

  • October 02, 2008 02 Oct'08

    The Ajax Experience 1: Google Chrome shakes up the browser firmament

    Responsiveness of Ajax apps can only improve as browsers get faster. Google's shiny new Chrome browser is just one of several in a very active browser segment. The ins and outs of that JavaScript infused segment were on display at The Ajax ...

  • July 22, 2008 22 Jul'08

    Data services mashup wizard latest for SOA

    Wizard technology for mashing up data services can help enterprise database administrators, as well as a new generation of 'mashup authors,' WSO2 director shows.

  • April 21, 2008 21 Apr'08

    Adopt Google Apps? It depends, Burton analyst says

    Google Apps prove the concept that desktop applications can be provided using the SaaS model, but the lack of mature auditing capabilities make them risky for large businesses, the Burton Group reports.

  • April 15, 2008 15 Apr'08

    Making sense of data services mashups

    Data services mashups would be easy if all the data was in XML. Since it is not, Kirstan Vandersluis of XAware Inc. explains how open source tools can help convert SQL into XML.

  • January 29, 2008 29 Jan'08

    Enterprise mashups, SOA's killer app?

    As users move forward with the diligent work of SOA, enterprise mashups are emerging as an eye-popping new application that's getting the attention of the business unit.

  • December 17, 2007 17 Dec'07

    Paul Fremantle on the open source ESB and REST-based SOA

    What does the future hold for the open source enterprise service bus (ESB)? Will there be a place for closed source ESBs or some hybrid approach? In the first part of this interview with Paul Fremantle, co-founder and vice president of WSO2 Inc., he...

  • August 29, 2007 29 Aug'07

    Podcast: Why does the ESB matter in SOA?

    Mulesource CEO Dave Rosenberg discusses why he thinks enterprise service bus (ESB) is a critical piece of middleware for those pursuing an SOA strategy.

  • August 14, 2007 14 Aug'07

    Desktop Integration: The last mile for SOA

    Having the latest SOA, Ajax and Web 2.0 applications on your desktop doesn't mean they will be integrated, argues OpenSpan CEO.

  • July 02, 2007 02 Jul'07

    Mike Milinkovich's vision for Eclipse and SOA

    Europa, the Eclipse Foundation's second annual train release provided downloads for 21 new and updated projects this past Friday, and featured the initial release of the SOA Tools Platform (STP). But that is only the beginning of what Eclipse is ...

  • June 13, 2007 13 Jun'07

    SOA governance, security concerns drive XACML interop

    The policy requirements of service-oriented architecture (SOA) require major vendors, including IBM, Oracle and BEA Systems Inc. to demonstrate XACML interoperability.

  • May 29, 2007 29 May'07

    IBM seeks to simplify SOA with "ESB in a box"

    IBM advances the role of appliances for SOA with its "ESB in a box," concept based on the hardware technology from its acquisition of DataPower.

  • May 17, 2007 17 May'07

    Where SOA standards matter: The SAP view

    Jeff Anders, director of solution marketing SAP AG's NetWeaver Developer Platform, was at JavaOne this month making a pitch for the new NetWeaver Composition Environment tool for standards-based service-oriented architecture (SOA) development. He ...

  • April 23, 2007 23 Apr'07

    SOA and SaaS: Where do the twain meet?

    Analysts explain the differences and possible convergences between service-oriented architecture (SOA) and software as a service (SaaS), which are increasingly spoken of in the same breath with definitions sometimes blurred and confused.