ESB products and techniques
An enterprise service bus (ESB) is a software architecture for middleware that provides fundamental services for more complex architectures. Learn about the products and techniques for ESBs. ESB does for distributed heterogeneous back end services and applications and distributed heterogeneous front-end users and information consumers what middleware is really supposed to do: hide complexity, simplify access, allow developers to use generic, canonical forms of query, access and interaction, handling the complex details in the background. Find the latest news and technology information regarding vendor specific ESB products and techniques.
Yale graph DB project uncovers hidden big data trends
05 May 2013
Feature - Graphic analysis of big data problems can often uncover hidden trends that might otherwise be difficult to see. The Yale graph DB project makes this graphic analysis possible.
Common distributed SOA design mistakes
06 Feb 2013
Feature - In an effort to gain some insight into how to best approach application design and architecting distributed SOA based systems, TheServerSide reached out to Arnon Rotem-Gal-Oz, the author of SOA Design Patterns, for his insights on the topic.
Private versus public: Benefits of building a private cloud
12 Jul 2012
Feature - The cloud holds several advantages over traditional server architecture. But will large enterprises gain more value from a public or private cloud model?
Why now is the right time to start processing big data
21 May 2012
Feature - A trifecta of factors have recently come into play to create just the right conditions to make processing big data a feasible project to tackle.
Why mobile developers embrace PaaS & cloud computing
14 Mar 2012
Feature - Enterprise Java developers may be less likely to adopt a cloud platform on the server side than in a mobile development project.
Keeping Your Cloud to Yourself – Private vs. Public
30 Nov 2011
Feature - The public cloud is all well and good for sharing your Flickr photos, but do you want your business run there? Many companies prefer to set up a private cloud for their business. This approach isn’t for everyone; it’s got benefits and drawbacks.
Purging dll Hell: OSGi Takes the Pain out of Sharing
27 Jul 2011
Feature - At the dawn of Windows all its applications were statically linked and life was simple. Applications carried all their dependencies so there never was confusion. However, the simplicity had its costs. Obviously there was the storage cost as each...