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Evolution of Systems Integration


Systems integration has been a tough problem from the beginning of the use of software systems in the enterprises. This had taken many faces in the last coupe of decades and is still evolving as other factors of the computing. At the very beginning people used to design heterogeneous monolithic systems to automate certain parts of their business and the ...

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The IDE of choice for UltraESB – IntelliJ IDEA


At AdroitLogic we have been using IntelliJ IDEA from a long time for development. It is found to be the best IDE for Java and related languages/technologies (it may be the choice for many other languages too, but my experience is mainly for Java and related technologies). The integration of Groovy and Grails of IDEA is awesome. The Data Source ...

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Dynamic hot-swap environment inside Java with atomic updates


One could argue that the above title can be shortened as OSGi, and I want to discard that thought process at the very beginning. No offense to OSGi, it is a great specification which got messed up at the implementation layer or at the usability layer, which is what I believe about OSGi. You could of-course do this using OSGi ...

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