• Jeff Genender on working with ActiveMQ

    Open source evangelist Jeff Genender talks about how to get the most out of ActiveMQ.

  • Podcast: ActiveMQ in Action

    In a podcast interview, Rob Davies - CTO of FuseSource and coauthor of the book "ActiveMQ in Action"- discusses messaging middleware and the hurdles that beginners face as they approach the subject.

  • Open source framework merges SOAP, ESB toolkits

    What do you get when you combine a SOAP toolkit with an Enterprise Service Bus toolkit? Seperation of concerns, support for SOAP, REST and Spring are just some of the features for an open source Ap...

  • SOA for pets uses REST and SOAP

    SOA e-commerce application provides pet owners Ajax-based online ordering service for home delivery of veterinary medicines.

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    SOA e-commerce application provides pet owners Ajax-based online ordering service for home delivery of veterinary medicines. 

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    Geronimo is slowly being phased out by IBM, which employs many of its committers, an anonymous source tells TheServerSide.com. This source theorizes that IBM has stopped promoting innovations within Geronimo to prevent the open source WebSphere Commu... 

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  • Apache releases open source ESB

    The Apache Foundation's Synapse project is releasing Apache Synapse 1.1, an open source enterprise service bus (ESB), which offers asynchronous support for HTTP and HTTPS and "very high scalability under load, supporting thousands of concurrent conne... 

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    This tutorial by Jinsong Yang delves into how to build Web services using Apache CXF. 

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    In a podcast interview, Rob Davies - CTO of FuseSource and coauthor of the book "ActiveMQ in Action"- discusses messaging middleware and the hurdles that beginners face as they approach the subject. 

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    SOA e-commerce application provides pet owners Ajax-based online ordering service for home delivery of veterinary medicines. 

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    Groovy is what Java would be if it had been created in the 21st century, says one programmer. Although it still ranks below Java, C, C++, C#, Visual Basic, PHP, and even Fortran, Groovy has been quickly moving up the charts as more and more developer... 

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  • Sun acquiring MySQL

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  • IBM says it's sticking by Geronimo

    Despite reports to the contrary, IBM is not reducing its commitment to the Apache Geronimo, which provides the open source code for its WebSphere Community Edition, a company executive said. Brenda Haynes, director of WebSphere open source strategy a... 

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