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What's the big deal you say? Well, we now have the best client-side application failover of any JDBC drivers. It makes Oracle TAF look like a toy. To start with, we do not require that you use an expensive server-side technology like Oracle RAC, DB2 HADR, or Microsoft Clustering. Although not...
In the recent research note “Hype Cycle for Web and User Interaction Technologies, 2008”¹, published 7 July 2008 (Gartner document ID Number: G00159447), Gartner provides a comprehensive analysis of user interface technologies for the Web throughout the Hype Cycle² stages: from Technology...
Glen Daniels added a good comment on one of my last posts. Glen's point was that in a financial market everyone tries to achieve their own goals, but it's different in an enterprise - an enterprise is more...
Joe McKendrick wrote an interesting post on WOA winning the personality contest versus SOA.
That got me to thinking: If we need governance for SOA, do we need it for WOA also?
Some would argue that it's the complexity...
Stephan Lahanas posted on the top-10 reasons SOA projects fail. I think many of his points are very valid (especially the one about how it's the business that matters, not the standards or...
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