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  • QLoo Creates GraphQL Interface for Existing Services

    Solo.io recently released QLoo , an API translation layer to provide GraphQL endpoints for existing services and serverless functions. QLoo is intended to simplify the process of adding GraphQL on top of existing software.

  • Susanne Kaiser on Microservices Journey from a Startup Perspective

    Susanne Kaiser, CTO at Just Software, spoke at the recent QCon New York 2017 Conference about the transformation process her team went through to transition from a monolithic application architecture to microservices model.

  • Forrester Proclaims Data Virtualization Technology Coming of Age

    Businesses have been strangled by high integration costs from ETL and DBMS consolidation initiatives which still leads to information silos and a broken data infrastructure. Forrester in its latest report claims that data virtualization driven by technological advances and customer successes is ready for massive adoption.

  • Named Resource Streams for WCF Data Services

    Under the current version of WCF Data Services, developers can associate only one streaming resource with a given entity. With the October 2010 CTP, developers can now add additional named streams to an entity. For example, for images you may have streams named “Thumbnail”, “Small”, and “Full”.

  • Microsoft Answers “Top 10 Questions on Data”

    Microsoft has answered what they call “Top Ten Questions on Data”, explaining what has happened or it is going to happen to Oslo, ADO.NET Data Services, WCF, LINQ to SQL, T-SQL and other technologies.

  • .NET RIA Services, the Roadmap

    The .NET RIA Services team has published their release plan starting with a CTP in July and ending with RTW during the first part of 2010. These dates are not set in concrete since changes may appear due to user feedback.

  • Article: Introduction to Data Services

    This short article by Vijay Narayanan begins with a general description of data services and why they are an integral part of any SOA architecture and then explores several aspects of data services including: a definition of need, rationale and benefits, scope, development, and consumption patterns.

  • Presentation: Google Data API (GData)

    Frank Mantek discusses the Google Data API (GData) including decisions to use REST rather than SOAP technology, how the API is used, numerous examples of how GData has been used by clients, and future plans for evolving the API. A discussion of how GData facilitates Cloud Computing concludes the presentation.

  • Microsoft Introduces .Net RIA Services

    Yesterday, Microsoft released .Net RIA Services which was mostly in stealth mode until now. In his presentation at MIX 09, Nikhil Kothari, explained "n-tier development and architecture is hard and un-natural. Our goal is to bring ASP.NET / RAD style productivity to RIA developmend"

  • Article: We Need to Create Information System Ratings

    Pierre Bonnet, CTO of Orchestra Networks, argues that information systems are too opaque and not agile enough. He claims this is the main reason why "healthy" multinationals can collapse within months as they take on too much risk. He suggests that information systems be rated on how they manage master data, business rules and business processes.

  • Introducing ADO.NET Data Services 1.5

    The first version ADO.NET Data Services was originally slipped into a service pack for .NET 3.5. Finding that it did not quite meet customer expectations, another version is on its way.

  • Is Database-as-a-Service a Bad Idea?

    Data Management represents a strategic asset for Cloud Platforms as the most popular Data Services will likely command the largest platform market share. In a post this week, Arnon Rotem-gal-Oz argues that "Database-as-a-Service" is a bad idea. Would you trust your enterprise data to DaaS?

  • Merge, Replace, or Patch: How Astoria Handles Changing Data

    Using REST, what should happen when you perform a PUT operation to update existing data? The Astoria Team asks that question and explains their answer.

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