SOA Archive

Kilim: Fast, lightweight, cheap message passing in Java

The message passing (MP) paradigm is often seen as a superior alternative to the typical mix of idioms in concurrent (shared-memory, locks) and distributed programming (CORBA/RMI). MP eliminates worries endemic to the shared-memory mindset: lock ordering, failure-coupling,

Services & Workflows: SOAP and REST with WCF and WWF

In this presentation filmed during QCon London 2008, Christian Weyer, co-founder of thinktecture, explains how to create distributed systems using SOAP or REST on top of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) or Windows Workflow Foundation (WWF). http://www.infoq.com/presentations/SOAP-REST-Christian-Weyer

Breaking Web Services (2 of 2)

SOA and Web services promise wonderful interoperability, but distributed systems create lots of room for fantastic failures. Gunnar Peterson of Arctec Group, who serves as Associate Editor for IEEE Security & Privacy Journal and leader of the

Breaking Web Services (1 of 2)

SOA and Web services promise wonderful interoperability, but distributed systems create lots of room for fantastic failures. Gunnar Peterson of Arctec Group, who serves as Associate Editor for IEEE Security & Privacy Journal and leader of the

Eclipse Swordfish – An SOA Runtime Environment

In this screencast, Ricco Deutscher or the Eclipse Swordfish project walks us through the architecture, intentions, and road-map for the OSGi-tools SOA runtime, Swordfish. As Ricco outlines, the Swordfish came about from the desire to benefit from