SOA World Magazine Becomes Microservices Journal
Even though it's now Microservices Journal, long-time fans of SOA World
Magazine can take comfort in the fact that the URL - soa.sys-con.com -
remains unchanged. And that's no mistake, as microservices are really nothing
more than a new and improved take on the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
best practices we struggled to hammer out over the last decade.
Skeptics, however, might say that this change is nothing more than an
exercise in buzzword-hopping. SOA is passé, and now that people are talking
about microservices instead, let's switch out the terminology.
Today's top "Microservices" story on Google News
There's an element of truth in that perspective - and in fact, the skeptical
position identifies one of the most dangerous risks facing implementers of
microservices: confusing the implementation with the archit... (more)
Today Hewlett Packard Company (HP) announced updates across its enterprise
software line as well as one new offering that leverages its HP Haven big
data platform. However, while HP customers will welcome this news, the
variety of the updates combined with HP’s impending split into two
companies shows inconsistencies in its mobile strategy.
Today’s updates include a new version of HP’s Agile project management
software to focus more on the needs of the mobile developer. These updates
include the HP Agile Manager and Application Lifecycle Management products,
with better integrat... (more)
SYS-CON Media Ulitzer Author since February 2007
Jason Bloomberg, president of agile digital transformation analyst firm
Intellyx, has surpassed one million page views on the SYS-CON family of
online magazines, which includes Cloud Computing Journal, Internet of
Things Journal, Big Data Journal, SOA World Magazine, and several others.
His home page at SYS-CON can be found at JasonBloomberg.SYS-CON.com.
Bloomberg is also a regular contributor to Forbes and Wired. He writes on a
range of digital transformation, enterprise IT, and innovation topics.He is
also a frequent conference sp... (more)
By Daniel Green
For instance, less than a month before Gigaom announced its closure, veteran
journalist and political commentator for the Telegraph, Peter Oborne resigned
from the paper calling its shallow coverage of the role of HSB in tax
evasion, “a fraud on its readers.”
“If advertising priorities are allowed to determine editorial judgments,
how can readers continue to feel this trust?” He questioned in his article
for Open Democracy.
It was this trust that Gigaom wished to uphold. Along with its stellar
reporting and research, the organization had a reputation for high eth... (more)
Compuware May Have a Future After Its Leveraged Buyout
Finance experts say the continued profits from Compuware’s mainframe
business will be key to paying off the debt from the company’s $2.4-billion
A business plan based on giant mainframes might seem precarious and
antiquated in today’s era of cloud computing and wearable devices. But
industry experts note that predictions of an imminent Death of the Mainframe
have been coming for decades and were always proven wrong.
Jason Bloomberg, president of Intellyx, an IT consulting firm, said mainframe
computers are still heav... (more)