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Wia Provides Cloud Infrastructure for IoT

by Sergio De Simone on  Jan 12, 2016

Wia is a cloud platform that aims to provide developers with a scalable and powerful backend for their Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. According to Conall Laverty, founder and CEO at Wia, that will enable the creation of fully fledged, production ready solutions without worrying about server management, data replication, and storage. InfoQ has spoken with Laverty.

A Discussion of the Past and Future of Web APIs with Dion Hinchcliffe

by Jerome Louvel on  Jan 12, 2016

Interview with Dion Hichcliffe to get his vision for the direction of Web APIs. Based on a decade of in-depth experience, Dion explains how the history of REST and simple design influenced the ultimate popularity of web APIs over web services. As businesses adopt web APIs more broadly, Dion explains the past and present, and hints at the future of APIs, platforms and networks.

New Year's Resolutions, New Talks Posted, & Workshop Registrations Open

by Wesley Reisz on  Jan 12, 2016

Some of this year’s confirmed QCon London sessions include: Survival to Ubiquity: Netflix Global Architecture by Josh Evans; Spring Framework 5 - Preview & Roadmap by Juergen Hoeller; The quest for low-latency with concurrent Java by Martin Thompson.

Amazon Releases Cloud-based Email and Calendaring Service

by Kent Weare on  Jan 10, 2016

Last week, Amazon announced its cloud-based email and calendar service is now generally available. This release is a follow-up to the preview that was launched in January, 2015.

What Impact Will OpenJDK Have on Android Development?

by Abel Avram on  Jan 08, 2016 9

We distill here some of the reactions around the web regarding Google’s adoption of OpenJDK for future Android versions.

Interview with Tony Tam on the Open API Initiative and Latest Swagger News

by Jerome Louvel on  Jan 07, 2016

After the Linux Foundation announced the formation of the Open API Initiative (OAI) in the beginning of November with an impressive list of founding members, API developers had questions about the role OAI would play driving consensus around standards. Tony Tam addressed some of these questions later in November at the API Strategy and Practice Conference in Austin, Texas.

Linux Community Mourns the Passing of Ian Murdock

by Jeff Martin on  Jan 04, 2016

Members of the Debian and free software community at-large were shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of Ian Murdock. Murdock, the created started Debian Linux in 1993 and has been an active member of the open source community since.

Azure Role-based Access Control Reaches General Availability

by Kent Weare on  Dec 31, 2015

In October, 2015 Microsoft announced its Azure Role Based Access Control (RBAC) feature has reached General Availability. The purpose of this feature is to allow organizations finer granularity when providing individuals and groups access to Azure resources and services.

Microservices and Teams at Amazon

by Jan Stenberg on  Dec 31, 2015

The microservices pattern are changing how we build applications and team structure is extremely important to be successful in building and running these microservices, Chris Munns stated in a talk about how microservices at enterprise scale are built at Amazon at the earlier I Love APIs 2015 conference.

Using Microservices in the Internet of Things

by Ben Linders on  Dec 31, 2015

In this interview Fred George explains how the internet of things can exploit microservices and the challenges that the Internet of Things is posing and how to deal with them. InfoQ also asked him for advice for the software industry regarding the usage of microservices for the Internet of Things.

A Pattern for API Backends Serving Frontends

by Jan Stenberg on  Dec 29, 2015 2

The web experience through a mobile device differs in many ways from a desktop version with its smaller screen, limited data plans and need for fewer requests. A mobile device also requires different data and may provide other interactions, e.g. with a bar code reader. One solution is to have one API backend for each type of client, a Backend For Frontend (BFF), Sam Newman explains in a blog post.

Microsoft Reveals Integration Roadmap

by Kent Weare on  Dec 29, 2015 1

On December 24th, Microsoft released its latest Integration Roadmap. This is the first insight, customers and partners have had, into the collective roadmap of Microsoft integration technologies in several years.

Defining, Reviewing and Implementing Service APIs with “goa”, a Go-based Microservice Framework

by Daniel Bryant on  Dec 29, 2015

Raphael Simon, senior systems architect at RightScale, has created “goa”, a Go-based HTTP microservice framework that allows the definition of a service API via a Domain-Specific Language (DSL) and the automated code generation of the corresponding “boilerplate” server and client code. InfoQ sat down with Simon and asked questions about the goa microservice framework.

IronFleet: A Methodology for Proving Distributed Systems

by Abel Avram on  Dec 29, 2015

A group of researchers from Microsoft has published the paper “IronFleet: Proving Practical Distributed Systems Correct” (PDF) and made available the accompanying source code demonstrating the use of the methodology in machine proving the correctness of a non-trivial distributed system from a safety and liveliness point of view.

Postponing the Retirement of SHA-1

by Jeff Martin on  Dec 29, 2015

The need to retire SHA-1 faces obstacles with the access needs of users who have yet to upgrade. Facebook, Twitter, and CloudFlare have proposed an interim solution for users of these legacy devices.

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