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August 06, 2018
Mainframe automation tools are nascent, and many mainframe experts are reluctant to embrace DevOps. But large enterprises must address legacy platforms to realize app delivery goals.
December 17, 2016
As we get closer to the year's end, let's take a look at some of most popular topics we've covered on SOA Talk in 2016. Based on your readership, here are the top five most popular posts this year: ...
August 15, 2016
At no time in the evolving and accelerating world of applications development is there a greater need for enterprises to employ sound governance, risk, compliance management practices. The mainstreaming of service-oriented architecture together with...
June 20, 2016
Twitter was certainly active at QCon New York 2016, and it suggests participants at the conference were happy to provide positive feedback. But what fueled their enthusiasm?
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Few would deny that adopting microservices provides benefits, but are we doing enough to secure microservices? We explore that concern in this Q&A with Peach Tech CEO Akshay Aggarwal. Continue Reading
Many organizations have moved on from SOA, but the introduction of microservices has changed the governance game. Twain Taylor explains how things have changed. Continue Reading
Expert Tom Nolle discusses why your allegiance to microservices or SOA doesn't necessarily have to be a choice, if you can work with both. Continue Reading
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Developers may graduate to microservices from object-oriented programming, but the fundamental principles of OOP still apply, even if the techniques have changed. Continue Reading
While microservices provide their fair share of benefits, there are important things to consider when it comes to security, including new threats and tools to know about. Continue Reading
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