AMQP is close to shaking up the MOM market. Get your head around it.
The company says it is joining an effort, initiated by competitors, to establish a standard way for business applications to communicate.
A new transatlantic cable will shave 5 milliseconds off communications times for financial traders aiming for the very speediest transactions.
Message volume shouldn't be a problem for services like Twitter. RabbitMQ and XMPP might help to explain the solution.
Cloud architecture isn't dramatically different than on-premise, though some inherent advantages make it a worthwhile deployment option.
Engine Yard's contest featuring Twitter as app server is interesting from marketing and technology angles. Maybe there is a way for Twitter to make money after all.
The Linux seller plans to launch a new server messaging product line in coming months, beginning with a beta test in December. Proprietary rivals take heed.
Scaling a message-based system is a common enterprise problem. Web 2.0 needs to get a little enterprise-like to make things work better.
Marketcetera's platform is drawing increased attention from money managers by promising to boost productivity and lower costs.
We are entering the next phase of open-source development, that which turns mere consumers of open-source software into co-developers.