• November 18, 2010 18 Nov'10

    The World Wide Web celebrates its 20th anniversary

    Some differ on when it was born, but by some measures the World Wide Web turned 20 last weekend. Tim Berners-Lee introduced his proposal for a "WorldWideWeb" to CERN on November 12, 1990. According ...

  • November 17, 2010 17 Nov'10

    ESB and more in cloud computing platform called "Stratos"

    At Gartner's AADI Summit 2010 in Los Angeles, WSO2 today discussed its recently launched "cloud middleware platform," WSO2 Stratos 1.0, designed for implementing an enterprise SOA. The software is ...

  • November 17, 2010 17 Nov'10

    Sopera bought by Talend

    Open source data management company Talend has acquired Sopera, a maker of open source SOA and middleware platforms. With this acquisition, Sopera is a wholly owned subsidiary of Talend, and is set ...

  • November 16, 2010 16 Nov'10

    At Gartner AADI 2010: Cloud computing trust chasm

    Cloud computing was a much-discussed topic this week at the Garner Application Architecture, Development & Integration Summit 2010 in Los Angeles, Calif. Gartner Managing VP Gene Phifer and ...

  • November 15, 2010 15 Nov'10

    Gartner: SOA will be like electricity for architects looking toward cloud computing

    Service-oriented architecture has become an intrinsic part of modern IT, and will be a potent force in future cloud computing and event-driven applications. But, in many ways, SOA will be taken for granted as little more than the logical way to ...

  • November 11, 2010 11 Nov'10

    WS-I completes its work

    The Web Services Interoperability group (WS-I) has completed work on some basic profiles and at the same time announced the completion of the organization's work. Stewardship over WS-I's assets, operations and mission will move to the OASIS ...

  • November 10, 2010 10 Nov'10

    Server converts facts and rules into actions

    Writer Coleen Frye recently spoke with Grindwork Corp.'s Brian Jones. When he co-founded Grindwork, the thought was “let’s make a declarative language that works with rules and facts and eliminates ...

  • November 10, 2010 10 Nov'10

    Systematic and SOA-Style Magic Quadrants - Software AG pursues integration

    While some others run from the SOA tag, services pioneer Software AG continues to push hard on the SOA front – But it is also a primer player in the general middleware field as well. These dual ...

  • November 10, 2010 10 Nov'10

    On App modernization, cloud computing and mashups

    Key areas for application development and projects that use service-oriented architecture (SOA) include application modernization, cloud computing and enterprise data mashups. Today we take a ...

  • November 10, 2010 10 Nov'10

    BPM tools for developer rules and cobblers' broods

    While there is much concern about creating BPM tools for end users, are we overlooking the development side? At Rules Fest 2010, rules maven Brian Jones discussed the architectural issues with rules-based systems for BPM today.

  • November 08, 2010 08 Nov'10

    Chicago-based legacy migration company lowers IT costs for Portugal's Ministry of Justice

    IBM Information Management Systems (IBM IMS) mainframes are a proven high-volume platform for transaction and data processing. Most Fortune 1000 companies are still running business critical ...

  • November 03, 2010 03 Nov'10

    Software quality guru Watts Humphrey dies at 83

    Prominent software quality proponent Watts Humphrey died at his Sarasota Fla. home on Thursday. Humphrey, known for founding the Software Process Program at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering ...

  • November 02, 2010 02 Nov'10

    SOA, semantics and services combine in DoD intelligence sharing effort

    Using textual analytics and natural language processing, Modus Operandi developed a service that analyzes and parses unstructured data and pulls out events or information. Article includes tips on SOA and semantics, SOA and data models, and an SOA ...

  • November 02, 2010 02 Nov'10

    Q&A: Messaging middleware with Apache projects

    In this Q&A, Rob Davies discusses messaging middleware and the hurdles that many developers face as they first approach the subject. Davis is CTO of FuseSource and coauthor of the book "ActiveMQ in Action."

  • November 01, 2010 01 Nov'10

    You cannot solve a problem from the same consciousness that created it

    By Jack Vaughan Last week we called for readers to complete this sentence fragment: "You can't solve a problem … " The results provided an interesting look at the mind set needed to succeed as ...