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Re: Distributed big balls of mud

I was just getting started with Java/EJB in those days but here's a few things I can think of that have changed, making the design pattern more viable today 1.) advent of PaaS/Virtualization, making it easier to provision and operate on tightly bound code-to-container-to-OS environments - that wasn't around in CORBA days 2.) faster network in general, at least within data centers 3.) better caching technology, messaging technology 4.) simpler, more universal wire protocols like REST/HTTP

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