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  • Microsoft Releases Feature Pack 1 for BizTalk Server 2016

    On April 26th 2017, Microsoft released Feature Pack 1 for BizTalk Server 2016. This is the first time Microsoft has provided a Feature Pack for BizTalk Server and it provides customers with new capabilities in the areas of Deployment, Analytics and the BizTalk Runtime.

  • Microsoft Releases BizTalk Server 2016 CTP 1

    On March 30th, 2016 Microsoft announced the release of their BizTalk Server 2016 Community Technical Preview 1 (CTP). This release is one of Microsoft’s milestones they highlighted in their recent Integration Roadmap. In addition to the BizTalk Server CTP, Microsoft has also released an initial CTP for its Host Integration Server offering.

  • WSO2 Extends its Internet of Things Process Orchestration Capabilities

    Open-source middleware vender WSO2 announced new capabilities in its platform for managing Internet of Things (IoT) applications and processing IoT data. The enhancements include support of MQTT (a lightweight M2M/IoT publish/subscribe connectivity protocol), the Activiti business process management (BPM) platform, and the Open Data OData 4.0 protocol.

  • Microservices, DevOps and PaaS - The Impact on Modern Java EE Architecture

    InfoQ sat down with Markus Eisele, developer advocate at Red Hat, at the Devoxx BE conference, and asked about his thoughts on implementing microservice architectures within large-scale enterprise organisations. The conversation was primarily based on his recent O'Reilly mini-book publication, “Modern Java EE Design Patterns: Building Scalable Architecture for Sustainable Enterprise Development".

  • MuleSoft Announces ESB 3.6 and Anypoint Platform for Mobile

    MuleSoft has announced this month the release of ESB 3.6 runtime, improvements to Anypoint Studio and the Anypoint Platform for Mobile to support mobile application development.

  • MuleSoft's New API Platform: An Interview with Ross Mason

    MuleSoft recently announced their Anypoint Platform supporting the development, deployment and integration of cloud and on-premise services. InfoQ caught up with MuleSoft CTO Ross Mason during his global Mule Summit tour to talk about the new platform. Ross founded the open-source Mule project.

  • WSO2 Developer Studio 3.0&3.1 Have Better ESB Tooling

    WSO2 Developer Studio 3.0 and 3.1 improve ESB and Registry Resource Editor tools, has better performance, uses Eclipse Juno SR2, and supports JAX-RS REST code generation.

  • APIs Can Be a Pain

    In his new post Subbu Allamaraju discusses some of the problems with current APIs usage and suggests the introduction of an additional layer responsible for aligning APIs to the client requirements.

  • SOA Gateway: A Lightweight, Low-Cost Alternative to the ESB

    Jaime Ryan in an article for ComputerWorld recommends the replacement of ESBs with lower-cost, easy-to-use and lightweight modern SOA gateways which fulfill not only the typical ESB functional requirements but also add non-functional capabilities. InfoQ spoke to Jaime Ryan to present his detailed analysis behind this reasoning.

  • MuleSoft Announces Next Generation Integration Platform-as-a-Service

    A couple of weeks ago, MuleSoft announced the availability of its new Integration Platform as a Service: Mule iON. This iPaaS comes with a series of out-of-the-box connectors to integrate with SaaS solutions, Cloud services and social media platforms. Mule iON also provides a secure gateway to the enterprise to access these APIs and integration scenarios.

  • Mule ESB 3.1 Released

    This week, MuleSoft released version 3.1 of its enterprise service bus, Mule ESB. Mule 3.0 was released in September with one major focus: "simplify everything...to make Mule 3 more accessible to everyone". This week, Mule 3.1 takes the simplification further by focusing on Mule Cloud Connect, Mule Flow and BPM.

  • Is OSGi the Right Foundation for Java Middleware?

    Ross Mason, founder of MuleSource expressed his frustration with OSGi: "OSGi is a great specification for middleware vendors, but a terrible specification for the end user." He argues that OSGi just isn’t ready for the developer yet as it is too difficult to completely make it invisible to a developer.

  • The Top-Down vs Bottom-Up SOA Debate Revisited

    A long standing debate in the SOA community about top down vs. bottom up approaches to SOA resurfaced recently, after open source ESB maker MuleSoft announced the release of a management console said to support their bottom-up approach to SOA management philosophy.

  • Practical Advice for SOA Implementers

    In his new post, Ganesh Prasad tries to describe the most complex issues of an SOA implementation and provides recommendations on how to solve them.

  • MuleSoft Releases Tomcat-based Tcat Server and iBeans Integration Framework

    Tcat Server, an Apache Tomcat-based application server created by MuleSoft (formerly MuleSource), was released today. InfoQ took the opportunity to talk with Mahau Ma, Greg Schott and Ross Mason of MuleSoft to learn more about Tcat Server and another new integration framework called iBeans.

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