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Web 2.0 Killed the Middleware Star

August 1, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Sys-Con

It started out innocently enough with a simple question, “What exactly *is* the model for PaaS services scalability? If based on HTTP/REST API integration, fairly easy. If native middleware… input?” You’ll forgive the odd phrasing – Twitter’s limitations sometimes make conversations of this nature … interesting.

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