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Developing enterprise architecture requires a focus that spreads out beyond application development and into the development infrastructure. Enterprise infrastructure includes on-premise servers and hardware frameworks as well as cloud-based infrastructure as a service and platform as a service (IaaS and PaaS) cloud resources. Focusing on architecture infrastructure helps enterprise application developers and architects build faster, more efficient applications that are easier to scale out and to maintain.

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  • Will the Red Hat model work for IaaS cloud computing with OpenStack? 17 Jun 2013

    News - The Red Hat transition is to move their successful model to IaaS through OpenStack and cloud computing. But will this new move from the JBoss company work as well as RHEL did a decade ago?

  • How Red Hat's Linux and OpenStack IaaS drives Intel's bottom line 17 Jun 2013

    News - While a major protectorate of intellectual property, Red Hat Linux and OpenStack IaaS offerings provide the bonus of driving innovation, which leads to more chips being purchased, driving revenue at Intel's bottom line.

  • OCPJP & OCAJP: Java 7 training requirement for the Oracle Certified Professional Programmer dropped 21 Dec 2011

    News - In order to obtain the certified architect position from Oracle, attending and passing a training course is now required. But what about the Java Professional and Java Associate designations, OCPJP and OCAJP for Java 7?

  • Java on the iPhone at JavaOne. But would Apple ever allow it? TheServerSide Newsfeed | 06 Oct 2011

    News - In an effort to demonstrate just how far the tentacles of their new HTML5 based strategy will reach, Oracle's Cameron Purdy and Adam Messinger demonstrated the deployment of a cross-platform application, written of course in Java, that would run on...

  • Tutorial: Writing an Android location-aware app TheServerSide Newsfeed | 31 Aug 2011

    News - Location-aware programming adds a new dimension to mobile programming. Location hardware such as GPS, is pretty standard on mobile devices. Taking advantage of this helps create much more feature-rich and robust mobile apps.

  • Would you trust an embedded system with your life? 25 Aug 2011

    News - Embedded medical devices have made treatment and diagnosis more convenient and effective. But are these new technologies really ready to rely on?

  • How Long Does it Take To Get A Contractor a Computer and a Workspace? TheServerSideNewsfeed | 17 Jun 2011

    News - If you're a contractor, you've experienced it; that is, the pressing need to get you started, but the incessant delays in getting you what you need to start working on the project. And it's not just about getting the right documents signed. How often...

  • The future of Java on the Mac TheServerSide Newsfeed | 06 Apr 2011

    News - Hopefully, by now, everyone knows that Apple joined the OpenJDK project last year. This is good news for Java developers who want to develop on Mac. It's also good news for Mac users - as it means that, for example, the native Aqua look-and-feel will...

  • Best Practice: Source Code Communication 16 Jul 2004

    Article - Source code communication is one of the most important aspects of development modification. When you're working in a team, an important aspect of development is to know what others are working on, what they are modifying.

  • ANT's finally a real build tool 12 Apr 2004

    Article - If you're one of those feature-matrix comparison people, and you put ANT and Make (or some other build tool of choice) next to each other, I'd say for most people ANT would win out.