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Hibernate is one of the most used ORM Java frameworks out there. It is really simple to use, just add few annotations and you’re ready to go. However, it is also really easy to experience strange behaviors and bugs if you don’t respect Hibernate’s best practices. That’s why at Tocea we...
Managed server hosting refers to a hosting company managing servers for its clients and providing them with the tools and resources necessary to run their businesses. Hosting companies employ full-time administrators that maintain the servers – something that users would have found the...
As the DoD and their contractors hammered out the details of Net-Centricity, it became increasingly clear that Net-Centricity required a broad, architectural approach to achieving agile information sharing in the context of a complex, siloed organization. At that point, SOA entered the...
Stacey Higgenbottom over at the GigaOM blogs had a chat with IBM's chief cloud wrangler Erich Clementi and came away saying that IBM's going to built a general-purpose WebSphere platform-as-a-service offering along the lines of Microsoft's Azure and Rackspace's Mosso - and to a lesser ...
The anticipated benefits from adopting managed cloud services have reached the executives suites of many corporations. Proactive CEOs and CFOs are pushing their IT leadership team to seek out actionable information and guidance. There's also a constant stream of service providers an...
You may view CEP as just another acronym. But bear with me, complex-event processing is the way to wring efficiency out of your SOA. CEP optimizes things and provides a way to get out of this economic mess we're in.
In Part 1 of this two-part article I discussed interoperability between .NET and Weblogic 8.1 and issues that arise when transferring data between Web serivces. In Part 2 I will cover some advanced issues: SOAP exception handling, uploading binary information via Web services, and appl...