Java web services and SOA
Loosely coupled, modular applications are easier to maintain and upgrade than large intertangled legacy applications. Service-oriented architecture (SOA) provides a set of principles or governing concepts that help enterprise architects build better, less expensive applications. Taking an SOA approach means more than just building a lot of Java Web services. Solid SOA services are highly modular, with very few (if any) dependencies, and lend themselves directly to reuse. Still, the integration of services and existing application architecture into a cohesive Web services architecture can be very challenging. Enterprise architects may do well to consider adopting not only SOA service standards, but also SOA frameworks and/or Web services frameworks.
How Java rules improve Android apps: Taming big data with big reasoning
27 Jul 2013
News - Big data technologies are all the rage with enterprise architects and data focused professionals, but with big data isn't a panacea in itself. Big data solutions are only successful when they are accompanied by big reasoning as well.
Dell Boomi and other integration providers jump on API management
10 May 2013
News - After several API management firms were acquired elsewhere, Dell Boomi announces their own API management features, built internally.
API evangelist Kin Lane is still spreading the word
29 Nov 2012
News - API evangelist Kin Lane spreads the word about APIs, shedding light on the pitfalls and challenges of opening a public API, as well as the benefits.
JBoss product announcements shed light on JBoss World event
21 Jun 2012
News - JBoss product announcements this week give us a taste of what's to come at Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2012.
FuseSource releases enterprise products at CamelOne 2012
15 May 2012
News - Here at CamelOne 2012, FuseSource is releasing two new products – Fuse ESB Enterprise 7.0 and Fuse MQ Enterprise 7.0.
Continuing Video Coverage of New Java 7 Features and APIs
10 Feb 2012
News - Here at TheServerSide.com, we've been providing some very dedicated coverage to the new features of Java 7, with a look at tackling some of the new Java 7 APIs like the new File I/O (NIO.2) and concurrency libraries with tutorials and learning guides in...
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?
OCAJP and OCPJP Changes for Java 7: New Objectives, a Format Change and a Price Hike
16 Dec 2011
News - The OCP (Oracle Certified Professional) Java 7 certification (OCAJP and OCPJP), which replaced the SCJP certification, will now require you to pass two exams, each of which will cost $300 to take, pushing the cost of the designation to $600.
OSGi asserts that packages can be a type-safe way to modularize
11 Nov 2011
News - This article asserts that packages are to Java modules what interfaces are to classes: a type-safe way to minimize coupling between modules.
Do you SAMCRO your Google App Engine apps?
TheServerSide Newsfeed | 21 Oct 2011
News - A couple of weeks ago, we were involved in a discussion between users and technicians about transaction integrity for a hypothetical system. The preferred approach of the technicians was the optimistic locking: when a user edits the data and saves the...