service-oriented architecture and frameworks – SOA frameworks

service-oriented architecture and frameworks IntroductionPapazoglou, (2003) organised SOA in four architectural layers: Service Foundations, Service Composition, Service Management and Service Engineering and outlined a host of technologies that could be utilised when developing and deploying an SOA system to overcome the challenges of a distributed enterprise system, including application integration, Read more…

Installing mongodb on centos7

Installing mongodb on centos7: To install the mongodb server in centos7 first you have to add the mongodb repo: vim /etc/yum.repos.d/mongodb.repo Paste this into the file: [mongodb] name=MongoDB Repository baseurl= gpgcheck=0 enabled=1 Next, update your yum database and install the mongodb server yum update && yum install mongodb-org mongodb-org-server Your Read more…

MySpace, Major Labels Join Forces for Online Music Store


It seems that myspace are going to start paying the majors for their music on its site (or a spinoff site) through subscriptions (which wont work – the argument being ‘why should I pay for something I can download for free, even if you are telling me its illegal, its still free’)
what might be a better thing to do is to share some of the 20 million (ish) USD PER MONTH that they make from advertising on the bands pages with the bands themselves.
eg, I have a band, and its quite popular on myspace, I manage, for exapmle to get 1000 people to go to my page in a day, myspace make money from this (they make a SHITLOAD from google adsense alone – on average I can get $0.50 per click on a google banner, a click happens about 7 times for every 100 visitors, so in one day myspace could make $35 a day from my page alone, how about myspace giving me $20 of that, since im the reason that the people are going to my page, hell, if I was greedy id DEMAND $30 form that, but I understand myspace is a whore, anyway here is the articl that I found –

MySpace has partnered with three of the four major record labels in an effort to create “a one-stop source for all music, in all its various digital incarnations,” according to The New York Times.