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Cloud Middleware – Comparing Messaging Middleware (MOM) Cloud

As all applications move into the cloud, so do their integration needs. The advantages of message oriented middleware have always been realized for a long time now. Let’s take a look at how to achieve messaging based integration while in the public cloud. The options in this space can be broadly classified into two types:
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Messaging Middleware Products

Award winning IBMWebSphere MQ (WMQ) software has been having a monopoly in this space for over a decade now. WMQ has about 83% of market share (in 2005 - probably more now). The product is so popular that a lot of consultants working in space can't think beyond this product for the advantages it offers. Here is a comparison of are 47 messaging middleware products based on the cost, suitability for enterprise deployment and product maturity in market with links where you can find more information about it.

Physical Office Vs Virtual Office

This post describes how to have a virtual office possibly eliminating the need for a physical office based on the size and criticality of the business.

The main business functions that you server for the office for a start-up would be:
Establish presence – means to contact

Owning your first office on the net

In this post, I talk about the options one has if they want to own some space on the internet. This post will be of use to you weather you are creating your own personal website or you are presenting a business idea or are actually working towards a project! Read on..

26 ideas for starting up your web business

If you aspire to find a place in the web world, here are some options that simply can’t miss considering. These are based on the assumption that you can browse and know basic HTML. Keep watching this blog for more details and creative ideas on each of these options.

Without any monitory investment when you have skill and time on hand:
1. Blogging and then pay per click

Birth Of Gig Economy

There were a plenty of rumors some time back that a lot of the software companies in India are likely to move to a model where they pay just for a task or for the hours the resource has worked on to accomplish the task and there would not be any jobs that would get you a safe assured pay check every month – in short there would be only contracts. Oracle was the one who made a press release of this stating that it was piloting this model.

My take is that this is very fair and they should be paying a lot more per hour than they do today. After all this means that there is going to be no bench pay and no pay when there is no real work to do. This would allow competition if implemented properly and everyone who knows the technology might get a chance to work on it. There are a lot of very talented young minds that are being crushed and not being provided with ample opportunities today because they do not have enough experience. They might be able to make a proof of concept and demonstrate…