Is an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) appropriate for volume-performance critical consumer applications?
In response to my SOA/ESB Level Set blog entry, I got the following question from cparziale:
"In researching esb direction, I'm trying to assess if a "service bus" is a just another service 'on the side' of the primary services, to be used when needed, like UDDI, or if it will become a physi
I came across this quote recently:
"What programmers in a hundred years will be looking for, most of all, is a language where you can throw together a
When I was growing up back in the 60's, I wanted to be a CTO.
On Tuesday, September 23, 2003, at 01:39 PM, Reynolds, John wrote:
"I'd like to get a java.net weblog account."
On Tuesday, September 23, 2003, at 8:44 AM, Steinberg, Daniel wrote:
(not sure why Daniel's reply is earlier then my request, I guess he's psychic)
"Forgive me for not knowing but: Who are you? What do you do?
"It goes without saying that a major development projec
Asynchronous Services are a fact of life, and a key requirement for successful SOA solutions.
Doug Kaye summed it up well in his book, Loosely Coupled:
The Missing Pieces of Web Services:
"Many of the benefits of web services can't be realized until asynchronous interaction becomes well understood and widely practiced,
Do you know the difference between Web Service Orchestration and Web Service Choreography?
The distinction between WS-Orchestration and WS-Choreography is important to understand, but unfortunately the vocabulary that we are defining for dealing with web services and SOA is... uh... (How shall I put it?)...
Building on my SOA Elevator Speech, I have created a set of level setting diagrams for discussing the use of an Enterprise Service Bus.
This figure shows the basis of an application develope
Posted by johnreynolds on January 3, 2006 at 5:55 PM PST
Joel on Software recently posted the following observation:
Posted by johnreynolds on December 20, 2005 at 4:58 PM PST
December 21st is the winter solstice, the longest night of the year in the northern hemisphere. What better time to dream sweet visions for the future?
The past year has seen a lot of progress in enterprise computing.