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Economies of scale » Untangled
Another great blog post by Roy Fielding discussing, with an academic slant, scalability of event based architectures. I particularly liked the economic approach to the analysis.
blog  post  RoyFielding  REST  software  architecture  scalability  scale  economy  systems  engineering  dynamics  EDA  EBI  eventing  PubSub  web  Twitter 
september 2008 by rafaeldff
InfoQ: Gartner on Disruptive Trends in Platform Middleware
According to InfoQ, Garner thinks EDA and workflow/orchestration "programming models" "will eclipse the more traditional component based programming models". SCA/SDO, Spring and REST are thrown into the mix. All very confusing, IMHO.
InfoQ  news  report  Gartner  consultancy  middleware  Java  JavaEE  SCA  Spring  REST  EDA  workflow  BPEL  orchestration  WWF  enterprise  integration  EAI 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Interview with Michael Stonebraker
Michael Stonebraker: "What I see happening is that the large database vendors, whom I’ll call the elephants, are selling a one-size-fits-all, 30-year-old architecture that dates from somewhere in the late 1970s." (many more excellent tidbits in there)
MichaelStonebraker  interview  article  ACM  Queue  magazine  data  DB  DBMS  RDBMS  information  trends  MargoSeltzer  via:WernerVogels  streambase  streaming  EDA  events  OLTP  DataWarehouse  systems  performance  latency 
july 2007 by rafaeldff
lambda.oasis: Observations from DATE 2007
More of the "concurrency is urgent, STM is not a panacea, we need new ideas!" speech. This time, interestingly, coming from the embedded community. Other important points are addressed as well, such as a trend toward less reliable chips.
blog  post  ChristopheVincenz  Christophe  embedded  hardware  EDA  DATE  2007  concurrency  parallelism  parallel  computing  microprocessor  chip  CPU  STM  transactions  via:raganwald 
april 2007 by rafaeldff

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