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  • A Java Developer’s Guide to PaaS

    by Michael Yuan on  Dec 08, 2011 16

    This article reviews and compares 6 leading vendors of Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions for Java developers, together with 3 up and coming vendors mentioned at the end of the article. After reading it, you will learn different technical and business approaches of Java PaaS, and then decide for yourself which vendor provides the best platform for your needs.

  • Interview and Book Excerpt: ActiveMQ in Action

    by Srini Penchikala on  May 02, 2011 1

    In this article, InfoQ spoke with Bruce Snyder, co-author of ActiveMQ in Action book, about the main motivation for writing the book, transaction management and messaging security aspects in ActiveMQ container and emerging trends in the messaging space.

  • An Introduction to SpringSource's Advanced Message Queuing Protocol Support

    by Charles Humble on  Dec 06, 2010 6

    This article looks at the problems AMQP is aiming to address, exploring some of the debate and controversy that the draft specification has generated. We talk to SpringSource's Mark Pollack and Mark Fisher, to find out more about their AMQP-based products, and iMatix's Pieter Hintjens about his work on the specification and his concerns around the direction it has taken.

Interview and Book Excerpt: Masoud Kalali’s GlassFish Security

Posted by Srini Penchikala on  Nov 29, 2010

GlassFish Security book, by author Masoud Kalali, covers Java EE security model and how to design and develop secure Java EE applications. InfoQ spoke with Masoud about the book.

Catching up with Nuxeo: Switching from Python to Java

Posted by Charles Humble on  Aug 09, 2010

Nuxeo announced in 2006 that they were switching their core product from Python to Java. We recently caught up with Eric Barroca, CEO at Nuxeo, to find out about their current product architecture. 14

Eight Quick Ways to Improve Java Legacy Systems

Posted by Tim Cull on  Jul 26, 2010

Even Java systems can be "legacy" systems. This article explores 8 quick and relatively low risk ways to breathe new life into previously written-off Java applications. 5

Scala & Spring: Combine the best of both worlds

Posted by Urs Peter on  May 19, 2010

Scala and Spring are a promising match. Based on a concrete example, this article shows how the power of Scala combined with the proven and productive Spring framework can be unleashed. 5

A Discussion with Allard Buijze on CQRS with the Axon framework

Posted by Josh Long on  Mar 24, 2010

The Axon framework is a Java implementation of the Command and Query Responsibility Segregation. InfoQ talked with its creator, Allard Buijze, to find out more. 9

BlazeDS and JMS for PHP Developers, Part 2

Posted by Nathan A. Good on  Feb 23, 2010

In the second and final of our articles on BlazeDS and JMS, InfoQ looks at two additional methods for sending messages to JMS topics or queues from PHP - the PHP/Java Bridge, and the STOMP protocol.

BlazeDS and JMS for PHP Developers, Part 1

Posted by Nathan A. Good on  Jan 27, 2010

In the first of two articles on BlazeDS and JMS, InfoQ looks at the advantages of JMS and how you can use BlazeDS to communicate with your Java services via JMS from your Flex applications.

Interview and Book Excerpt: Mark Richards' Java Message Service 2nd Edition

Posted by Srini Penchikala on  Sep 28, 2009

Java Message Service 2nd Edition by Mark Richards covers JMS topics like Publish-and-Subscribe & Point-to-Point, Messaging Filtering and Transactions. InfoQ spoke with Mark about his new book.

Communication Flexibility Using Bindings

Posted by Anthony Elder, Raymond Feng, Simon Laws, Haleh Mahbod & Simon Nash on  Jun 30, 2009

This article discusses the use of bindings on services and references (including the instance of non-configured bindings) as the means to implement SCA communications in a Web and SOA environment.

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