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Moving to the cloud can represent a big challenge for many organizations when it comes to reusing existing infrastructure. For applications that drive existing business processes in the organization, reusing IT assets like active directory represent good...
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In the recent “Build” event, Microsoft introduced a new feature Windows Server 8 known as “Windows Powershell Web Access” for exposing a the server powershell console through a web interface. Although this feature looks very promising in first place,...
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After a few months of collaborative work across several members in our Tellago crew, Hermes is finally here . Hermes, also known as the great messenger of god in the Greek mythology, was the name we gave to this new open source alternative for doing durable...
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SOAP services are in nature transport agnostics so they can not rely on specific transport features. Http is a great example where SOAP services make a poor use of Http as application protocol. This means that many of the http constraints are simply ignored...
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There are multiple factors or requirements that might lead you to refactor some functionality into services. Here are some examples, You have explicit requirements to distribute work across machines. This is a typical example of smart client applications...
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