When telling people about my approach to SOA, in which a given service would have client/browser-side components running side-by-side in the same process and even in the same page as components from other services, I often get asked this question:
“Doesn’t all of this loosely-coupled composition come with a high cost, in terms of client to server chit-chat?”
I've been sticking my head into some hot RedHat technologies lately and among the many interesting parts I found SwitchYard. Without being disrespectful towards everybody wrapping their heads around SOA and service oriented architectures in the past, this has always been kind of weird to me as a Java EE developer.
Your ability to add process documentation has been greatly enhanced in BPM 12.1.3. Some of the key enhancements are:
When customers extend their project objectives from beyond
traditional departmental boundaries to the enterprise as a whole, the BPM
strategy is not driven by only a few processes but by hundreds of processes,
some mission-critical to the overall value stream, others in a supporting role.
There is a need to capture a macro, or big picture view and provide a way to
categorize, analyze, and document these vast collection of processes, and
understand their m
The new release of Solution (aka: Process) Accelerators is now
available on OTN. This new release has
been focused on improving existing accelerators with most customer demand while
adding a new accelerator to the catalog which showcases Adaptive Case
Management (ACM): Complaints Management.
In every change there are hype machines that over play and sages who call doom. Into the Big Data arena steps David Searls to proclaim that Big Data is a myth and simply hype which is set to burst in an article over at ZDNet.
But big data, he said, is nothing more than the myth that collecting vast amounts of data can help companies know customers better than those customers even know