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Phil Whelan02/20/14
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PaaS: Service Orchestration Vs Container Orchestration

There is a lot of speculation on the future of PaaS. As a technology, PaaS adoption is not moving quickly enough for some, and they equate rapid adoption to a successful market. PaaS is new, and PaaS is definitely evolving, but we are definitely seeing adoption.

Mark O'neill02/20/14
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Building your API Developer Portal to embrace the API Economy

An API Portal is one of the key components of an effective API Management strategy, along with an API Gateway. They work together hand-in-hand. The API Portal allows developers to self-register and learn about your API, while the API Gateway is the "sharp edge" of your API Management solution.

Eli Bendersky02/20/14
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Squashing Github pull requests into a single commit

Github’s pull requests are a terrific tool for collaborating on open-source projects. I get one or two a week on average for my projects, and I love it. The UI is very clean – you get to see exactly the changes, the full branch if you’d like, even the Travis CI integration is working checking that the branch still passes your tests.

Madhuka Udantha02/20/14
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How to Perform SSO with Claims in WSO2 IS

This article demonstrates a sample SSO that will be deployed in AS 5.2.1, and WSO2 IS will be used as IDP for SSO. This tutorial includes an SVN resource as well as a registry index issuer in IS and for WSO2 AS.

Chris Haddad02/20/14
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Defining an API Governance Approach

Leading API governance platforms provide analytics supporting the assessment of IT business value. The platform should capture service tier subscription information, collects usage statistics, present productivity metrics, and integrate with billing and payment systems.

Paul Duvall02/20/14
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Continuous Integration in the Cloud

This article is the third part of the Cloud Delivery Blueprints series. It discusses how to go from no cloud infrastructure and no continuous integration set up to having a functioning Deployment Pipeline in Amazon Web Services. It discusses high level topics while also providing a reference implementation so it’s easy to follow along with

Istvan Forgacs02/19/14
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Debugging Step by Step – Delta Debugging

By applying a faulty implementation of the well-known Quicksort algorithm, we show how to find bugs faster. The method is based on reducing the input so that the smaller input still trigger the fault while even smaller doesn't.

Benjamin Ball02/19/14
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DZone Weekly Link Roundup (Feb. 19)

The Sochi Olympics gets a new RESTful API for data lovers, Windows finally looks for platform unity, expensive 3D printers can now be yours, Coursera professes love for Scala, Oracle looks to please miffed Java devs, Irrational Games closes its doors, and Valve profusely explains to the gaming community.

Alec Noller02/19/14
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Dev of the Week: Rafał Kuć

Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Rafał Kuć, software architect and Solr and Lucene specialist.

Ariya Hidayat02/19/14
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Tricks for GPU Composited CSS

The use of graphics processing unit (GPU) in modern browsers, particularly for page rendering, means that there is no more excuse for laggy animation. In some cases, when the intended animation is not necessarily GPU friendly, some tricks need to be employed so that the graphics operations do not cause a potential performance problem.

Ross Mason02/19/14
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APIs: A New Path to SOA

We have seen the same evolution that happened within the enterprise now happening at a broader level between companies. APIs will keep increasing exponentially in number, and that evolution will be accompanied by a new breed to technologies focused on simplifying the exposing and consuming of APIs.

Alan Cassar02/19/14
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Schema Validation Filter Gotchas with Mule Studio

This article is about delivering a proof of concept around Mule that required the use of the schema validation filter. Well this is the perfect use case scenario for the Schema Validator that is provided out of the box with Mule. Its an element you can drop from Mule Studio palette straight into your flow.

Brian Gracely02/19/14
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The Cloudcast #130 - Hyper-Converged & Software-Defined Collide

Brian talks with Gregg Holzrichter, VP Marketing at Atlantis Computing, about the evolution of hyper-converged systems and software-defined storage. They explore how the technology can be used for both desktop and server workloads, and how these systems are changing how organizations deploy systems.

Eric Berg02/19/14
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How to Integrate More Applications Into Otka's Application Network

Okta has integrated thousands of applications into the Okta Application Network (OAN). We’ve opened up the OAN and created an easy-to-use and secure app integration wizard for our customers and partners to add both Secure Web Authentication (SWA) and SAML integrations to the OAN.

Omri Erel02/19/14
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The SaaS Metrics You Don't Want to Ignore

SaaS has opened up the software world to a lot of new developers who lacked the resources or experience to get into more traditional platforms due to expensive software and hardware needed. There’s also a lot of complexity in traditional software that is greatly reduced in the web standard SaaS platform.