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Is REST Successful in the Enterprise?

by Abel Avram on  Jun 01, 2011 22

Some might prematurely conclude that REST has won based on Programmable Web data: 73% of the APIs are RESTful. But Steve Jones, a SOA practitioner, draws attention that those APIs are used by front-end systems doing data aggregation and not by the majority of enterprise systems, and REST is not yet ready for the enterprise.

Who Belongs to the 2011 Open APIs Billionaires Club?

by Jean-Jacques Dubray on  May 27, 2011

The growth of Open APIs both in numbers and volume has surpassed any expectations over the last decade. John Musser from the ProgrammableWeb presented his analysis of the Open APIs State of the Market for 2011.

Message Queuing Options for .NET

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 22, 2011 18

When building larger scale applications, message queues are often very helpful for both distributing and aggregating workloads. In the .NET ecosystem there are several options available for message queuing. This article highlights some of the more popular and unique offerings as well as the basic terminology needed to evaluate them.

WSO2 Introduces a New Open Source Project: WSO2 Message Broker

by Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Apr 05, 2011 1

Paul Fremantle announced on his blog a new open source projet and product: WSO2 Message Broker. MB is based on the Apache Qpid and supports Amazon SQS APIs and WS-Eventing.

Laharsub, a .NET Messaging Server

by Abel Avram on  Oct 26, 2010

Laharsub is an open source .NET publish-subscribe messaging server for real time web applications like chat, online collaboration, news or stock trade updates, etc.

An Introduction to ØMQ (ZeroMQ)

by Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Sep 14, 2010 2

Ilya Grigorik wrote an introduction to ZeroMQ last week. ZeroMQ is a new multi-platform library abstracting socket management which can support arbitrarily large applications.

JBoss Benchmark Claims HornetQ is the Performance Leader of Enterprise Messaging Systems

by Dio Synodinos on  Sep 05, 2010 9

JBoss has published the results of messaging throughput benchmarks against the leading enterprise messaging servers on the market that implement the Java Message Service (JMS) API.  In these results HornetQ demonstrates superior performance compared to the other products.

SpringSource vFabric cloud application framework platform

by Michael Hunger on  Sep 01, 2010 3

While VMWare offering a new range of products to support its vision of enterprise cloud computing at VMWorld 2010 is interesting from an operations and user perspective, developer focus is on vFabric the Spring platform for developing and running cloud based applications. The goal is to provide the same convenience infrastructure for cloud applications as for spring based enterprise applications.

Object Oriented Programming: The Wrong Path?

by Dave West on  Jul 12, 2010 6

In a QCon London 2010 interview with Joe Armstrong, the original developer of Erlang, and Ralph Johnson, long associated with Smalltalk, OOP, and Patterns, the question of whther we've gone down the "wrong path" w.r.t. object orientation all these yearrs. Both interviewees suggest that we have, but this is due to flaws in the implementation of object ideas and not the ideas themselves.

Pushing Messages from the Cloud with Amazon Simple Notification Service

by Abel Avram on  Apr 20, 2010

Amazon has launched a new service called Simple Notification Service (SNS) providing the means for setting up, publishing and sending notifications from the cloud, targeting monitoring applications, workflow systems, mobile applications or other notification-based applications.

SpringSource Acquires RabbitMQ

by Scott Delap on  Apr 13, 2010

VMware business unit SpringSource announced today that it had acquired Rabbit Technologies. Rabbit Technologies is the primary sponsor of the open source RabbitMQ messaging system.

Akka - Simpler Scalability, Fault-Tolerance, Concurrency & Remoting through Actors

by Michael Hunger on  Mar 21, 2010 2

Today, the Akka team released version 0.7 of their actors framework for the Java Virtual Machine. Akka attempts to address future concurrency challenges with a solution relying on message based actors, software transactional memory and appropriate fault handling strategies. InfoQ talked to Jonas Bonér about the intent behind Akka, its current state and adoption, and future plans.

WebSockets and Bayeux/CometD

by Alex Blewitt on  Mar 19, 2010

There are two technologies which bring communication into browser-based applications at the moment; Bayeux (aka CometD) and more recently, WebSockets. Will one supersede the other, or are there sufficient differences for both to thrive?

OpenCredo Announces AMQP Support for Spring Integration

by Josh Long on  Mar 05, 2010 3

OpenCredo Ltd has announced support for talking to Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) based messagng servers from Spring Integration, a lightweight ESB-like messaging framework. The new support brings MOM vendors whose product doesn't support JMS to users of the Spring Integration framework. Some Message Queues, like RabbitMQ, are very scalable and don't support JMS.

HornetQ 2.0 faster than ActiveMQ 5.3 on Independent Benchmark but what about ActiveMQ 6?

by Dio Synodinos on  Feb 18, 2010 4

JBoss HornetQ  has proven faster in peer reviewed benchmark, than the current version of ActiveMQ, mainly because of its choice to implement a highly tuned journal that uses AIO when running on Linux. ActiveMQ seems to be going the same way for version 6, pushing the competition.

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