Full steam ahead
After three years of heavy tinkering, JBoss feel the time is right to unleash their embeddable SOA runtime project to the masses.
Top of the podium
Helped by a change in calculations, Java knocks C to second and reclaims No.1 spot in the popularity programming index
From workhorse to colt
Sick of their bloated PHP/MySQL stack, the Huffington Post developer team have migrated to a modern alternative for their editorial needs.
Cuddling up to the elephant
Just before Hadoop 2.0 and YARN hit the shelves, Microsoft reveal their piece to the enterprise puzzle - the fault-tolerant REEF framework.
Opening the doors
For more than a decade, the doors were closed on OSGi specification development to the public. Now, the OSGi Alliance are welcoming feedback from onlookers.
The more, the merrier
CenturyLink-owned Saavis follow IBM to newly-formed advisory board for Pivotal’s PaaS, with more on the way.
Best of both worlds?
The high performance distributed NewSQL database has notched up its second big release since January. Will its new migration tool take a dent out of Oracle?
Jean-Baptiste Quéru leaves position at Google after conflict over release of factory images for Nexus 7.
Pushed downstream by LinkedIn
There’s a new project in the Apache Incubator, as LinkedIn pushes their stream processing framework to the open source foundation.
Filmed in front of a live JAXConf 2013 audience
The design behind an equally clean and intuitive REST + JSON API is no easy feat. For one, you've got to worry about resources, collections of resources, pagination, query…
“We have Coke covered, we are looking for Pepsi”
As the OpenStack Amazon Web Services debate continues to roll on, we spoke to Eucalyptus CEO, Mårten Mickos about why they willingly embrace AWS
As tough as Rhodium
The open source GitHub alternative goes commercial with an “invincible” managed hosting service.