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Iona Pushes ESB Integration, Interop Envelop

Iona Technologies showed JavaOne attendees how the latest Java-based Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) technologies will push capabilities for cross-platform integration and interop. Iona, with Sun, Oracle, and SAP, showed how an ESB with Java Business Integration (JBI) can ease data sharing among apps, and smooth interop between Java and .NET components.

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Iona Pushes ESB Integration, Interop Envelop

Iona Technologies showed JavaOne attendees how the latest Java-based Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) technologies will push capabilities for cross-platform integration and interop. Iona, with Sun, Oracle, and SAP, showed how an ESB with Java Business Integration (JBI) can ease data sharing among apps, and smooth interop between Java and .NET components.

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Making Webinar Invites Break Through

As webinars continue to become one of the major sources of lead generation, it is becoming increasingly difficult to attract qualified participants to these web events. More difficult because so many target IT execs are getting bombarded -- with two to five invites a week. See how your email invite can break through.

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Sybase Looks To Bridge SODA Tools Gap

Sybase says that enterprise devs need help to bridge the gap between traditional dev tools and tools for loosely-coupled SOA projects. To that end, during JavaOne, Sybase announced an early adopter program for its Workspace development environment, which is specially tuned for transitioning traditional devs to event- or data-driven SOA apps development. Take a tour, or sign up as an early adopter.

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Practical .NET-to-Java Interop Solutions, Part II

When it comes to integrating Java-based apps with .NET, SOA may not be the best choice -- for today, at least. Take a look at a useful real-world, step-by-step approach that is helping leading IT architects and devs draft their own "interoperability requirements" matrix. This work forms the basis for some of the interop Best Practices at Avanade, a leading .NET/Java integration firm.

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Sendmail Raises Bar on Integrated Mail Security

Sendmail Inc. is offering mail admins one-stop help in their never-ending battle to secure their mail systems from ever-broadening, complex attacks. Mailstream Manager sports an integrated console for anti-virus, anti-spam, anti-phishing, all controllable from a central console using a highly configurable XML-like scripting language to set security and filtering policies.

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End-to-End Security Takes Center Stage

This summer, stars are aligning for details specs and better tools for building end-to-end security interop between Java and .NET systems. Integration Developer News speaks with Eve Maler, a Sun security exec who also worked behind-the-scenes to help deliver last month's historic Microsoft/Sun pact on Single Sign-On security.

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Amex, Fidelity Eye ID Theft Protections

IT execs from American Express, Fidelity Investments, and other F1000 firms plan on crafting Best Practices for protecting web-based applications against identity theft. We look at the planned "identity theft matrix," designed to map all possible identity theft vulnerabilities all the ways they can thwarted. Get a preview of the work, which will be done under the Liberty Alliance.

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Users Cite Top Java-to.NET Interop Issues

As F1000 firms continue to aggressively adopt .NET throughout their enterprises, many IT execs are looking for ways to better leverage their existing J2EE/Java assets with .NET. Identify Software, one of the nation's more innovative problem-resolution companies in the interop space, has compiled customer data and shared the Top 3 reported Java-to-.NET interop issues, and other insights.

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Survey: Evans Reveals Mobile Dev Concerns

A recent Evans Data study of mobile devs looks at the pros, cons and common practices for wireless development. The survey comes as JavaOne planners have lined up a wide array of wireless event programs. Among the tidbits: (1) devs are building apps for both intermittent connections as well as always-on apps; and (2) devs care less about the number of handsets deployed than about features. Get a glimpse of mobile dev concerns and trends in Evans 2005 mobile dev survey.

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Complex Data Sharing Using XSLT and XPath

As XSLT and XPath gain a foothold among web services devs, many Java and .NET devs still think resist using these tools for complex data sharing projects. Integration Developer News recently spoke with Zarella L. Rendon, coauthor (with John Robert Gardner) of one of the top books in the field -- Prentice Hall's XSLT and XPath: A Guide to XML Transformations for how XSLT and XPath can help devs with complex dat-driven web services or integration.

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Complex Data Sharing Using XSLT and XPath

As XSLT and XPath gain a foothold among web services devs, many Java and .NET devs still think resist using these tools for complex data sharing projects. Integration Developer News recently spoke with Zarella L. Rendon, coauthor (with John Robert Gardner) of one of the top books in the field -- Prentice Hall's XSLT and XPath: A Guide to XML Transformations for how XSLT and XPath can help devs with complex dat-driven web services or integration.

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