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Martin Fowler on Characteristics of Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Nov 06, 2014 6

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a very broad term and practically meaningless. Microservices is a subset of SOA with the value being that it allows us to put a label on this useful subset of SOA terminology, Martin Fowler stated in his keynote introducing Microservices when opening the GOTO Berlin Conference 2014.

Web Summit 2014 Day Two Review

by Alex Giamas on  Nov 06, 2014

Yesterday concluded the second day of the Web Summit in Dublin, Ireland. We see what happened and what is new from last day at the event.

Microsoft and Dropbox Partner to Deliver Better Experience to Office 365 Users

by Janakiram MSV on  Nov 05, 2014

Microsoft and Dropbox announced a strategic partnership to integrate Dropbox service with Office 365 on phones and tablets.

Apple TestFlight Now Allows up to 1,000 External Beta Testers

by Sergio De Simone on  Nov 05, 2014

Apple announced that its TestFlight beta testing service allows now to invite up to 1,000 external beta testers via iTunesConnect. The most relevant facts about the new service.

Web Summit 2014 Day One Review

by Alex Giamas on  Nov 04, 2014

Web Summit, one of the largest technology conferences in Europe opened up today. Famous people from the technology and business world are expected to talk, like Peter Thiel, Drew Houston and Anna Patterson.

Basho Announcements at RICON Conference

by Victor Grazi on  Nov 03, 2014

The RICON conference in Las Vegas last week brought together scholarship from industry and academia in a venue targeted at sharing the latest innovations in tools, technologies and concepts in the field of Distributed Systems. In hosting the conference Basho Technologies positions themselves as thought leaders in a challenging field.

Martin Fowler Describes "Sacrificial Architecture"

by Savita Pahuja on  Nov 02, 2014 4

Martin Fowler describes Sacrificial Architecture. This post highlights the need and benefits of sacrificial Architecture.

Exploring the Hexagonal Architecture

by Jan Stenberg on  Oct 31, 2014

Layered systems are an architectural style used essentially to avoid coupling, the biggest enemy of software maintainability, with Ports and Adapters, or a Hexagonal Architecture, an example of such an architecture, Ian Cooper explains in a presentation about architecture styles, specifically the Hexagonal Architecture.

Amazon CloudWatch Gains Log Monitoring and Storage

by Steffen Opel on  Oct 31, 2014

Amazon CloudWatch recently gained log file monitoring and storage for application, operating system and custom logs and meanwhile enhanced support for Microsoft Windows Server to cover a wider variety of log sources.

Microsoft Expands Azure Machine Learning and Real Time Analytics Offering

by Alex Giamas on  Oct 31, 2014

Microsoft recently announced new machine learning capabilities for Microsoft Azure platform. Developers can also create their own web services and publish them to Azure Marketplace. Microsoft also announced availability of Apache Storm for Azure. Azure Stream Analytics, Data Factory and Event Hubs for Azure were all announced in the past few weeks by Microsoft. In this article we explore moreabout

Building Distributed Systems - Technology Considerations

by Victor Grazi on  Oct 31, 2014

The success of the RICON conference is a testimony to the importance of big applications in industry today. InfoQ speaks to RICON host Basho Technologies about considerations in building distributed systems and technical lessons learned at the conference.

Basho Riak - NoSQL Key Value Store Designed for Scale

by Victor Grazi on  Oct 31, 2014 4

Basho Riak is one of the few NoSQL key value stores that is tackling the big problems relating to performance and scalability. InfoQ spoke to Basho CTO Dave McCrory to get some insight about the underlying technologies and strategies.

Domain-Driven Design with Onion Architecture

by Jan Stenberg on  Oct 30, 2014

Domain-Driven Design (DDD) together with Onion Architecture is a combination that Wade Waldron believes has increased his code quality dramatically since he started using it a few years back. Using DDD was a kick-off but together with Onion architecture he found his code to be more readable and understandable, and far easier to maintain.

Microsoft Azure Gets a New Marketplace, Advanced Networking Features and Batch Processing

by Janakiram MSV on  Oct 30, 2014

In another round of feature enhancements and additions, Microsoft Azure got a major set of updates in the form of a revamped marketplace and advanced networking capabilities.

Survey Finds Clojure Adoption Progresses Year-to-Year

by Sergio De Simone on  Oct 28, 2014

Cognitect has recently published the results of a community survey aimed at finding out "how and for what Clojure and ClojureScript are being adopted, what is going well and what could stand improvement." According to Cognitect, though not a scientific survey, it shows how Clojure has "transitioned from exploratory status to a viable, sustainable platform for development at work."

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