Application Integration middleware
Application integration is the process of bringing data or a function from one application program together with that of another application program. Where these programs already exist, the process is sometimes realized by using middleware tools, either packaged by a vendor or written on a custom basis. Learn all there is to know about application integration middleware tools in this section.
How to mix cloud computing and DevOps to maximize productivity
03 Jan 2014
Tip - Two powerful IT concepts, DevOps and cloud computing, are making organizations more productive than ever before. Here are three tips on how your DevOps team can maximize value by integrating with cloud computing technologies.
Effective Agile testing means leveraging the JMS dead message queue
16 Jun 2013
Tip - JMS messaging is a great way to architect a solution, but smart Agile testing means leveraging the data on the dead message queue.
ALM expert says Agile methods are the way to conquer mobile ALM
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Tip - Enterprise application developers are finding mobile application lifecycle management has challenges. ALM pro Howard Deiner advises an Agile approach.
Water-Scrum-fall: It's not an Agile methodology
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Video Tip - The bottom line? You're either Agile or you're not, and if you're not, using water-Scrum-fall to squeeze in Agile methodologies may only create problems and resentment.
OSGi gives open source middleware a modular deployment model
29 May 2012
Video Interview - James Strachan explains how OSGi has helped Apache middleware projects achieve a more modular deployment model in this video interview from CamelOne 2012.
Why application integration matters
04 May 2012
Tip - Application integration may hold much more benefit than most Java development shops realize.
Java 7 and the intricacies of safe and unsafe casting
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Tip - One of the problems with casting is that it does have the potential to cause a loss of precision, especially if the number that gets cast does indeed fall outside of the range of the target type. Here we will explain why this happens.