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Development implications of microservices architecture

  • July 20, 2018 20 Jul'18

    WSO2 integration platform twirls on Ballerina language

    The latest release of WSO2's flagship integration platform aims to help enterprise developers build and implement microservices.

  • March 30, 2018 30 Mar'18

    IBM Microclimate platform speeds up microservices app dev

    IBM's new microservices development platform is a comprehensive, cloud-native option for developers to build, test and deploy applications in the IBM Cloud Private environment.

  • June 23, 2017 23 Jun'17

    IBM delivers new DevOps stack for microservices development

    IBM has delivered a new tool, known as Microservice Builder, that helps simplify microservices development, including building, deploying and managing microservice applications.

  • June 07, 2017 07 Jun'17

    Microsoft's Draft eases Kubernetes cluster management, app development

    Microsoft delivers Draft, a new tool that simplifies Kubernetes cluster management by easing the development and deployment of apps into Kubernetes clusters.

  • March 31, 2017 31 Mar'17

    Do new development technologies put software architects on edge?

    While new technologies like microservices may be an exciting prospect for those strictly working at the development and programming level, these trends may weigh a little more heavily on the minds ...

  • February 23, 2016 23 Feb'16

    Advanced DevOps, EA skills needed: Time to outsource?

    Midsized companies are struggling to hire tech talent, especially those with advanced DevOps and Enterprise Architect-level skills. Accelerance execs explain how IT pro outsourcing can help.

  • May 11, 2010 11 May'10

    Gartner says enterprise architecture will be mostly 'blended' by 2015

    Gartner analysts predict that enterprise architecture strategy will be approached in a blended fashion at 95% of organizations by 2015. As enterprise ecosystems become more interconnected and influenced by external social networks like Facebook, EA ...

  • March 15, 2010 15 Mar'10

    The modern XML appliance: from acceleration to integration and into the cloud

    Over the last decade, XML appliances have transformed from basic XML processors to broader integration tools. XML appliances offer security, message queing, and service management.

  • September 25, 2009 25 Sep'09

    SOA products for September 2009

    Several products and product upgrades for SOA, including a platform design to integrate applications and an array of performance testing tools, were released in September.

  • May 27, 2009 27 May'09

    Crosscheck Networks acquires XML gateway maker Forum Systems

    SOAP and SOA test tool vendor Crosscheck Networks said that it acquired XML gateway maker Forum Systems. This betokens closer integration of Crosscheck SOAP test tools and the Forum Gateway XML product line.

  • February 17, 2009 17 Feb'09

    Componentized XML Query tool takes a step forward

    DataDirect created a suite of tools to address XML complexity with a single XML layer capable of accessing data in a wide variety of formats. An updated engine that handles Query Update Facility (XUF) is also part of the mix.

  • February 04, 2009 04 Feb'09

    Tibco creates high-speed messaging appliance

    Tibco Software created its first hardware product, the Tibco Messaging Appliance P-7500, aimed at reducing latency in critical applications. Application-specific ICs inside accelerate routing algorithm execution.

  • September 09, 2008 09 Sep'08

    WSDLs get a report card

    WSDL definitions, schema, PortTypes, bindings, messages, and services are graded for quality by a product known as WSDL Report Card. The Report Card is intended to end squabbles between developers and QA teams. School's in!

  • September 05, 2008 05 Sep'08

    Google Chrome shifts architects' equations as V8 powers the browser

    The V8 JavaScript engine in Google's Chrome browser offers the enterprise architect new options for moving server-side functionality to the Web client. If it succeeds, it may give JavaScript a further lease on life.

  • July 08, 2008 08 Jul'08

    SOA triple play: Policy meets Semantic Web

    WSO2 uses Semantic Web Resource Description Framework triples concepts developed by W3C to express service policies and dependencies inside an SOA registry.

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