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Eric Newcomer's Weblog - HPTS 2007 - time to reinvent everything?
"In the old days we always talked about moving mainframe based systems to distributed environments, but maybe our mistake was in trying to replicate the features and functions of the mainframe. These new "scale out" architectures may finally accomplish it
blog  post  EricNewcomer  IONA  transaction  TPS  distributed  systems  OLTP  consistency  latency  scalability  middleware  Web  2PC  megadata  software  architecture 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Is an application server needed for transaction processing? (Eric Newcomer's Weblog)
Eric Newcomer announces a new edition of his transaction processing book and seizes the opportunity to outline a few of the changes in the TP landscape between 1997 and 2007. Interestingly he mentions distributed caching but not compensation transactions.
blog  post  EricNewcomer  transaction  TP  OLTP  JavaEE  JTA  history  book  JTS  WCF  Spring  EJB  EJB3  caching  distributed  systems  IONA  ESB  AppServer  ApplicationServer  container 
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

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