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All eyes on the API
Once a humble backdrop to real software development, API design is coming into its own, with a plethora of tools and specifications for developers to choose from.
The decline of the Java application server
It's early days for container-managed services, but already it appears that a core component of the traditional Java development stack is less central than it used to be.
Why 2015 will be the year of microservices
Promising to accelerate Web and mobile app dev, microservices architecture is a developer-driven phenomenon that many enterprises will benefit from in 2015.
Are your applications API-ly working together?
Application architectures keep evolving. APIs and microservices are the latest style and make applications “API-ly” work together.
Amazon Web Services entices developers to the cloud with a trio of new tools
CodeDeploy, CodeCommit, and CodePipeline help developers put code in the cloud and manage it.
Stability patterns applied in a RESTful architecture
Learn how stability patterns anticipate the hot-spots of distributed network behavior, then see five patterns applied to RESTful transactions in Jersey and RESTEasy.
Four ways Docker fundamentally changes application development
How Docker containers streamline development and deployment, encourage best practices, and enable a new breed of microservices based applications.
What microservices architecture really means
The emerging shared services architecture borrows from the lineage of SOA, but it's ultimately a different animal.
Review: Cloud Foundry brings power and polish to PaaS
Cloud Foundry impresses with broad application support, streamlined deployment, and enterprise extras from Pivotal, though initial setup could be simpler.
Microservices vs. the monolith
Similar to SOA but different enough to warrant its own name, the Microservices architectural style gets written up by Martin Fowler and James Lewis. Cliffs Notes you can count on!
Heroku joins other PaaS providers in supporting PHP
Facebook's HipHop VM for PHP was one factor driving Heroku to add support for PHP as a first-class citizen in its mix of languages.
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Open source Java projects: Spring Integration
Use Spring Integration to develop a robust message-passing architecture that integrates and coordinates enterprise components across an ActiveMQ message bus via JMS.
Which vendors will be on target in the era of New IT
Major technology shifts centering on cloud computing, big data, and mobile and embedded application development are edging out some well established players in the IT field, creating opportunities for bold new ventures. Find out who's...
The key knowledge gap hindering your cloud
SOA is critical to effective cloud computing, so it's too bad many developers and business managers overlook its principles.
Amazon Web Services now offers R on demand
Amazon now offers a hosted version of the Revolution Analytics R distribution, used for big data analysis, for an hourly fee.
Red Hat brings SOA to the cloud
Red Hat's JBoss Fuse Service Works 6 implements SOA best practices to automate some aspects of enterprise application integration.
Web technologies that deserve to die
Spring WebFlow, Seam, WebBeans, and related beasts must meet their extinction. Who thought evermore client state on the server was a grand idea anyway?
Ellison says IBM and SAP no longer Oracle's main rivals
After several years of focusing on rewriting Java middleware, Oracle is ready to bring its 'enormous suite' to the cloud, says Ellison.
App dev 2013: The winners and losers
A new school of Web-based enterprise development tools and platforms grew stronger and more versatile in 2013, leaving us with some interesting trends to build on in the year ahead.
Review: Dueling hybrid cloud wizards
CloudVelocity and Ravello Systems march clones of in-house servers into the cloud for development, testing, and disaster recovery.
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