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How Architects Use ASPs for Code Design

Application Service Providers (ASPs) are back on the IT radar, in the wake of IBM's $182 million buyout of ASP Corio in January. But, ASPs today can help IT staffs, not just end users or salespeoples. Yaron Sinai, CEO of Elementools, offers a Case Study for how architects and devs use ASPs to make their code design and delivery projects more efficient.

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Java Interop “Critical,” Says Eclipse Exec

Eclipse Executive Director Mike Milinkovich says that Java interoperability with other languages, including XML and .NET, will be key to Java's continued enterprise success. But, in an interview with IDN, Milinkovich stated that Eclipse will remain focused on developer tooling issues -- and not take up any interoperability solutions that might stray into "runtime' technologies.

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5 Ways To Unlock XML's Integration Power

A growing number of devs are finding benefits in learning hands-on XML skills. For example, devs at Quadrix Solutions have found that the more devs know about XML, they have in their hands the best "applications glue" they've ever worked with. Take a look at 5 steps that can help you unlock the power of XML for integration.

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Java Interop "Critical," Says Eclipse Exec

Eclipse Executive Director Mike Milinkovich says that Java interoperability with other languages, including XML and .NET, will be key to Java's continued enterprise success. But, in an interview with IDN, Milinkovich stated that Eclipse will remain focused on developer tooling issues -- and not take up any interoperability solutions that might stray into "runtime' technologies.

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5 Ways To Unlock XML's Integration Power

A growing number of devs are finding benefits in learning hands-on XML skills. For example, devs at Quadrix Solutions have found that the more devs know about XML, they have in their hands the best "applications glue" they've ever worked with. Take a look at 5 steps that can help you unlock the power of XML for integration.

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How Architects Use ASPs for Code Design

Application Service Providers (ASPs) are back on the IT radar, in the wake of IBM's $182 million buyout of ASP Corio in January. But, ASPs today can help IT staffs, not just end users or salespeoples. Yaron Sinai, CEO of Elementools, offers a Case Study for how architects and devs use ASPs to make their code design and delivery projects more efficient.

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SAML 2.0 Security Gets Test, Preps for Vote

SAML 2.0, the key upgrade to a core web services security markup language, passed two key hurdles last week. First, SAML 2.0 passed an interop test to exchange authentication, attribute and authorization info with other major security specs. Second, a draft SAML 2.0 spec is ready for the vote. Get the details.

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Hands-On Scenarios for Starting SOA

Clark Richey, a Principal Systems Engineer with BEA, takes architects and developers through hands-on SOA user scenarios in Part II of his SOA series for Integration Developer News. Learn how to map your SOA plan to your current IT architectures -- client / server, web services and service-oriented.

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SAP To Better Link IT with Business Analysts

SAP execs see a huge uptick in F2000 SOA projects that can lower the cost of developing or adjusting code to meet business needs. That means developers and architects will need more than Java, .NET and XML technology skills, they say. Take a look at SAP's 2-year Enterprise Service Architecture approach, which looks to 'connect-the-dots' between IT assets a company's business goals.

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Java Repository APIs Adopted in Open CMS

The first J2EE Content Management System to come with support the Java Content Repository API (JSR-170) is available for download and use. Magnolia 2.0's support of JSR-170 means that content from different systems can be easily combined or copied. Another key, magnolia is an Open Source Java CMS, freely available for download from Obinary, a Swiss-based development group.

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Java Repository APIs Adopted in Open CMS

The first J2EE Content Management System to come with support the Java Content Repository API (JSR-170) is available for download and use. Magnolia 2.0's support of JSR-170 means that content from different systems can be easily combined or copied. Another key, magnolia is an Open Source Java CMS, freely available for download from Obinary, a Swiss-based development group.

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SAP To Better Link IT with Business Analysts

SAP execs see a huge uptick in F2000 SOA projects that can lower the cost of developing or adjusting code to meet business needs. That means developers and architects will need more than Java, .NET and XML technology skills, they say. Take a look at SAP's 2-year Enterprise Service Architecture approach, which looks to 'connect-the-dots' between IT assets a company's business goals.

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