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HazelcastMQ v1.0.0 with a STOMP and Apache Camel Implementation

by Jan Stenberg on  Jun 30, 2014 1

The recently released version v1.0.0 of HazelcastMQ adds a Java STOMP client and server implementation as well as an Apache Camel component. HazelcastMQ is a provider of a messaging layer on top of the basic Queue and Topic data structures in Hazelcast, an in-memory data grid. STOMP is the Simple (or Streaming) Text Orientated Messaging Protocol, an interoperable wire format.

Swagger Creator Wants to Build Better SOAP for Web APIs

by Jerome Louvel on  Jun 04, 2014 7

During the recent GlueCon 2014 conference in Colorado, Tony Tam, the creator of Swagger and CEO of Reverb, gave a well attended talk on Swagger APIs for humans (and robots), where he announced the Swagger 2.0 Working Group and an early version of an online code editor offering a dynamic YAML to Swagger UI conversion.

Microservices: Usage Is More Important than Size

by Jan Stenberg on  May 08, 2014 2

Using size for defining microservices is useless when determining a service responsibility, Jeppe Cramon states in a series of blog posts explaining his view on microservices and the coupling problems he finds in synchronous two-way communication.

Udi Dahan on Event-Driven Architecture and Loosely Coupled Systems

by Jan Stenberg on  Apr 14, 2014

We should build systems more loosely coupled to achieve properties like robustness, resilience and scalability, Udi Dahan emphasizes in a recent presentation discussing how we can model our systems using more event-driven and asynchronous patterns and some of the challenges developers face when introducing these principles and patterns into development.

Are REST Alternatives Needed?

by Mark Little on  Dec 29, 2013 1

Ole Lensmar, creator of SoapUI, has asked whether REST is really appropriate for architectures that require real-time, asynchronous interactions and binary protocols. In his article he discusses these areas and believes that alternative approaches are required.

ActiveMQ 5.9 with Replicated LevelDB Store and Hawtio Web Console

by Jan Stenberg on  Nov 07, 2013

The recently released version 5.9 of the message broker Apache ActiveMQ adds among other features support for replication of the LevelDB Store and a new Hawtio web console together with more than 200 issues resolved.

Level Up Your REST Based Web API with Hypermedia

by Jan Stenberg on  Sep 30, 2013

When we started building a new Web API for our business we wanted to build a really great API and the answer on Internet was to build a RESTful API, Amy Palamountain revealed in a recent presentation at TechEd in New Zealand when sharing her experiences of how to build a RESTful API based on the core ideas of HTTP and the web.

Mike Amundsen Workshop on API Design

by Saul Caganoff on  Aug 19, 2013

"Don't version unless you absolutely must, and it is rare that you absolutely must" says Mike Amundsen in a series of API design workshops he held recently. Amundsen describes the "USE" paradigm for API design focussing on usability, scalability and evolvability. He describes the three most common styles of API implementation and how they compare to these principles.

Windows Azure Service Bus Gets Better Interoperability With AMQP

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jun 10, 2013

Microsoft recently announced general availability of AMQP support for Windows Azure Service Bus. The feature has been in preview for about six months now and allows interoperability between applications built on various technologies and different operating systems.

RabbitMQ Gets Simpler, Better At STOMP, MQTT

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Nov 20, 2012

RabbitMQ 3.0 was recently released with STOMP 1.2 support, new plugins for Web-STOMP and MQTT, more user-friendly commands for clustering, per-message TTL, several performance improvements and more.

Windows Azure Messaging Features Come To Windows Server

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Oct 26, 2012 4

Microsoft has announced public availability of Service Bus 1.0, and it will be free to use with a properly licensed Windows Server. This makes features from Windows Azure Messaging available on in-house infrastructure.

Google Cloud Messaging for Android (GCM) Unveiled, to Replace C2DM Framework

by Daniel Rubio on  Aug 13, 2012 2

Google has unveiled its Google Cloud Messaging for Android (GCM) service, which improves upon the deprecated Cloud to Device Messaging framework (C2DM) it replaces with no quotas, no sign-up forms and a richer set of new APIs.

Microsoft Previews Windows Azure Application Integration Services

by Richard Seroter on  Jan 06, 2012 9

In late December 2011, Microsoft announced the pre-release of a set of services labeled Windows Azure Service Bus EAI Labs. These enhancements to the existing Windows Azure Service Bus make it easier to connect (cloud) applications through the use of message routing rules, protocol bridging, message transformation services and connectivity to on-premises line of business systems.

Security Vulnerabilities in Amazon and Eucalyptus

by Jeevak Kasarkod on  Nov 04, 2011

A recent paper published by researchers in Germany reveals multiple security vulnerabilities in Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Eucalyptus's SOAP and web interfaces. The flaws are related to architectural choices which impacts multiple users and the overall cloud security.

AppFabric Queues, Topics and Subscriptions Released

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Sep 12, 2011

Windows Azure AppFabric Features, Queues, Topics and Subscriptions, which were in CTP for some time now have now been released. These enable new scenarios for Applications hosted on Windows Azure such as asynchronous Cloud Eventing, Event-Driven SOA, Load leveling/balancing and more.

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