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Why the Database as a Service is a Bad Idea

Microsoft recently released SP1 for .NET. While the SP brings some nice stuff, it seems it also has some bugs and a few less than inspiring...

0 replies - 16255 views - 08/18/08 by Arnon Rotem-gal-oz in News

Podcast Feed for Java Developers Interested in SOA, BPEL, BPMN and CEP

Active Endpoints has a lively blog on which we post a broad range of materials of interest to developers working on or interested in SOA, including educational...

0 replies - 3933 views - 08/14/08 by Alex Neihaus in Announcements

Interview with Jeff Davis, author of "Open Source SOA" along with a free chapter of the book.

This article represent an interview with Jeff Davis, author of Manning's Open Source SOA, around his book subject and related areas. The book itself is...

2 replies - 17996 views - 08/13/08 by Masoud Kalali in Articles

Evolving Architectures - Architecture Retrospective

Retrospectives, every "agile" team does retrospectives.What are retrospectives anyway?A retrospective is a meeting where the team takes a look...

1 replies - 10543 views - 08/13/08 by Arnon Rotem-gal-oz in News

Data Management: The Missing Link in Your SOA Strategy

Abstract: SOA is transforming the IT landscape and redefining the way businesses integrate software applications. Properly deployed and managed, it empowers...

0 replies - 8596 views - 08/05/08 by Masoud Kalali in Articles

Service-Orientation vs. Object-Orientation: Understanding the Impedance Mismatch

Object-oriented programming languages and techniques provide a powerful means for designing and building applications. These techniques do not always...

7 replies - 22121 views - 07/31/08 by Masoud Kalali in Articles

SOAFaces - Component Framework for SOA + RIA Development

The goal of the SOAFaces project is to provide developers with an API for building SOA and RIA powered component (GWT + SOA) that can be composed easily into...

4 replies - 4217 views - 07/23/08 by Rauf Issa in Announcements

Top 10 SOA Pitfalls: Wrap-up

The Top 10 SOA Pitfalls countdown hit #1 last week with Rik de Groot's post on "Ignoring culture when introducing SOA", time for a...

0 replies - 8300 views - 07/14/08 by Gero Vermaas in Articles

Top 10 SOA Pitfalls: #2 - Unclear ownership / Project based funding

Last week Viktor Grgic explained the Missing skills en this week we’ll continue with #2 - Unclear ownership / Project based fundingIn the world of standalone...

1 replies - 10825 views - 07/07/08 by Viktor Grgic in Articles

Web Services with Mule, CXF, and Spring

Since it seems like everything is going the way of SOA and Web Services these days, it's always nice to have some practical examples of how to quickly get a...

7 replies - 72445 views - 07/04/08 by Steve Daskam in Articles

The Benefits of a Data Abstraction Layer for SOA

Enterprises have complex information structures as a result of evolving applications and databases deployed through the years. In addition to modern...

1 replies - 11816 views - 07/01/08 by Masoud Kalali in Articles

Top 10 SOA Pitfalls: #3 - Missing skills

Last week Gero Vermaas explained the Incorrectly Applied CDM en this week we’ll continue with #3 - Missing skills Just like any other paradigm, a level of...

0 replies - 6676 views - 06/30/08 by Viktor Grgic in Articles

Top 10 SOA Pitfalls: #4 - Incorrectly applied Canonical Data Model

Earlier this week Vincent explained the BDUF Pitfall en this week we’ll continue with #4: Incorrectly applied Canonical Data Model (CDM).CDM is one of the...

0 replies - 11724 views - 06/26/08 by Gero Vermaas in Articles

Top 10 SOA Pitfalls: #5 - Big Design Up Front

A few days ago Rik de Groot discussed pitfall #6 - which means we've now passed the halfway point of SOA Pitfall countdown! Let's quickly move on to #5.Like...

0 replies - 9341 views - 06/24/08 by Vincent Partington in Articles

Top 10 SOA Pitfalls: #7 - Incorrect granularity of services

After discussing #8: Security, let's move on to #7.Incorrect granularity could mean that a service covers too much functionality or too little functionality....

1 replies - 10208 views - 06/17/08 by Gero Vermaas in Articles

Sieve Of Zakiya -- Number Theory Sieves (NTS)

0 replies - 3983 views - 06/06/08 by Snippets Manager in Uncategorized

Top 10 SOA Pitfalls: #10 - Not Invented Here syndrome

At Xebia we are involved in quite a number of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) projects, from small to big. In that capacity we see a lot of good stuff...

0 replies - 16197 views - 06/02/08 by Vincent Partington in News

Pattern Based Development with Mule 2.0

Are you still working with integration products from one of the typical large integration vendors such as IBM and Tibco and looking for a more lightweight...

9 replies - 36169 views - 05/28/08 by OpenSource ESB in Articles

Functional Web Services Testing Made Easy with SoapUI - Part 3

In the first two parts(part 1 and part 2) of this series we have seen how to use SoapUI to write functional tests for web services and also how to use Groovy...

16 replies - 92060 views - 05/19/08 by Meera Subbarao in Articles

Functional Web Services Testing Made Easy with SoapUI - Part 2

Part 1 of this series helped provide the background needed to begin exploring web services testing. We learned the basics of SoapUI and how easy it was to...

26 replies - 168098 views - 05/12/08 by Meera Subbarao in Articles