The silence is over – what is the grand plan for Cloud Foundry and Spring middleware? Paul Maritz has the answers.
Well known for their Java enterprise service bus, MuleSoft now want to become the hub for the New Enterprise.
The final day of JAX London will feature a keynote from SpringSource CTO Adrian Colyer.
How to design and implement applications targeted to a cloud platform.
Find out more about the Spring Day in our interview with track moderator Eberhard Wolff.
PLUS, new projects: Spring Hadoop framework and Scala-wicket!
IBM has acquired Cast Iron Systems, a privately held company, which delivers cloud integration software, appliances and services. IBM expects […]
Version 5.1 of TeamCity is now available. Team City is a continuous integration and build management solution. This version introduces […]
In an interesting move that sets a good precedent for Cloud and SaaS vendors, noted cloud integrator Boomi has launched a ‘ trust’ web site to make the performance of its services more transparent.
Despite a bad 2009, AIM market did better than other software segments. SOA and BPM seems to have softened the blow of recession on the application infrastructure and middleware (AIM) software market.
Global Industry Analysts (GIA) has estimated that the SOA software market would reach US $21 billion by the year 2015. […]
Enterprises are realising that collaboration holds the key to their future. This has made Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), a technology to watch. The global ESB market is on its way to reach $639.1 million by 2015. It is also becoming more affordable for mid-size companies to deploy ESBs.
Cagatay Civici has blogged about his new library for integrating the PrimeFaces component suite for Java Server Faces PrimeFaces with […]
Spring Integration 2.0 Milestone 3 has been released. Spring Integration extends the Spring programming model and enterprise integration, to support […]