Mark Little reviews the hardware and software forces that led to today’s ubiquitous computing marked by mobile and cloud computing, and its impact on Java and middleware in the enterprise.
Sohil Shah discusses creating iPhone and Android enterprise mobile applications based on cloud services using the open source platform OpenMobster.
Robert Altland discusses what makes a great enterprise mobile application: types of apps, features, technologies and best practices.
Matthew Arrott considers that messaging is at the heart of distributed computing transforming the network into a destination through process choreography and cooperation.
Robert Godfrey discusses the requirements set at AMQP’s foundation: Applicability, Reliability, Fidelity, Interoperability, Manageability, Ubiquity, explaining how AMQP was designed for the future.
Alexis Richardson discusses how messaging is performed in the cloud from a Management, Integration, Scale and Federation perspective, demoing vFabric RabbitMQ’s implementation of AMQP.
Ross Cooney presents a case study of how Smith Electric Vehicles uses StormMQ in production. StormMQ is a cloud-based provider of secure AMQP services.
Dennis Stevens discusses the theory of Agile, providing references for using Agile in the enterprise along with a competency model, and overviewing an enterprise Agile transformation.
Carl Trieloff, Kim Palko and John Camilleri present how AMQP was born and how it has been embraced by various industries, and how it is used by RedHat and Green Energy.
David Ingham previews the support provided by Windows Azure Service Bus for AMQP.
Jean Tabaka discusses using design thinking and complexity theory in order to balance and Agile adoption.
Hanno Klein explains how AMQP is used by Deutsche Börse and where it fits within their strategy.