Microservices Matters

December 2009

  • Top 10 SOA Talk posts of 2009 - part 2

    Rob Barry - TechTarget 30 Dec 2009
  • This year the IT industry proved SOA is not "dead," as Ann Thomas Manes had alleged. A manifesto codified key implementation principals and the pundits started talking about SOA as the true way to ...

  • Top 10 SOA Talk posts of 2009 - part 1

    Rob Barry - TechTarget 29 Dec 2009
  • Even through the tough economy, SOA continued to evolve this year, bolstered by interest in cloud computing. As frameworks and specifications like OSGi and Java EE 6 pushed for more componentized ...

  • Microsoft extends beta for Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4

    Rob Barry - TechTarget 18 Dec 2009
  • Through the ongoing beta period of VS 2010 and .NET Framework 4, Microsoft has found some performance issues, particularly around virtual memory usage, writes S. Somasegar, SVP of Microsoft's ...

  • IBM WebSphere embraces OSGi

    Rob Barry - TechTarget 04 Dec 2009
  • It seems IBM is hopping on the OSGi bandwagon. Last month, the company announced the open alpha of WebSphere Application Server V7 OSGi Applications. This was likely good news to the OSGi alliance, ...

  • Forrester study: Security concerns inhibit enterprise cloud adoption

    Rob Barry - TechTarget 02 Dec 2009
  • As 2009, which may forever be known as the "year of the cloud," draws to an end, Forrester Research has concluded that security is the major reason why enterprises aren't hopping on the public ...

  • BPMN with BPEL, an ongoing debate

    Rob Barry - TechTarget 01 Dec 2009
  • While many developers still debate which tools are optimal for modeling business processes, Bruce Silver has made some strong points on why Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) does not make ...

  • Mainframe-centric CMG conference looks at cloud

    Mike Pontacoloni - TechTarget 01 Dec 2009
  • by Rob Barry As the Computer Measurement Group’s (CMG) 35th annual CMG Conference kicks off in Dallas, Texas next week, cloud computing will be the center of attention. A number of sessions will ...