SOA applications and service integration
Service-oriented architecture applications are an attempt to provide set of principles or governing concepts. SOA applications are intended to help with the software service integration process. Learn about the applications associated with service-oriented architecture. Find out about the structural processes that help with successful service integration.
Three imperatives of SOA development and design
13 Apr 2013
Tip - When developing service oriented software, SOA architects need to keep in mind these three imperatives in order to develop SOA software effectively.
BEST: Web service alternatives to SOAP, XML and REST
07 Apr 2013
Tip - Sometimes architects over-complicate web services, but indeed, effective solutions can be created without SOA, REST and SOAP.
ALM expert: Agile conquers mobile ALM
15 Feb 2013
Tip - Enterprise application developers are finding mobile application lifecycle management has challenges. ALM pro Howard Deiner advises an Agile approach.
Is your app portfolio out of control?
06 Dec 2012
Tip - If your organization has built up a bloated app portfolio, it's important to value each application appropriately and focus on the ones that count.
Why application integration matters
04 May 2012
Tip - Application integration may hold much more benefit than most Java development shops realize.
SOA with TOGAF
29 Jul 2011
Tip - When realizing SOA with TOGAF, the architect should remember that the object is to have SOA solutions that focus on managing the enterprise's complexity and provide business agility.
Building out a service-oriented architecture with Java
11 Jul 2011
Tip - A service-oriented architecture can help software developers deal with complicated applications that often eat up time with excessive maintenance needs.
Web services provide interoperable functionality
08 Jun 2011
Tip - If interoperability and pluggability are the goals, a good way to implement business functionality is by using Web services.
RESTful Web services made easy
18 May 2011
Tip - Learn the basics about RESTful web services in this quick tip. You can create a RESTful Web service using nothing more than the JDK, a simple text editor and Tomcat 7.
Building Java Web services with NetBeans 7
28 Apr 2011
Tip - In this tutorial, I'll walk through building a simple Web service with NetBeans 7. Let's see just how far the Java specification and the tools that support the spec have come.