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SOA in 2011: HP’s ALM Updates Target Dev/Test, Management for SOA, Cloud

HP continues to build out modules for its Application Lifecycle Management 11 tools suite to make SOA and cloud developers more efficient. The updates aim to accelerate and reduce costs for testing, improve agility of code updates and improve managed collaboration among teams – even across multiple development environments.

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SOA in 2011: BIAN Releases SOA-Based Framework to Cut Integration Costs for Banks

BIAN (Banking Industry Architecture Network), an international association of banks, vendors and service providers, has released a SOA-based “service landscape” framework to help banks cut integration costs and improve interoperability.

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Opscode Ships Infrastructure Automation for Public, Private Clouds

Opscode Inc. has released to GA its Hosted Chef cloud infrastructure automation solution and announced a new Private Chef, which bundles Hosted Chef components into an appliance for on-premise enterprise private clouds. Both products are based on Opscode’s open-source systems integration framework for automating critical cloud operations.

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WSO2 Ships StratosLive PaaS, Stratos 1.5 Open Source Cloud Middleware

WSO2 is bringing its open source middleware to public, private and hybrid clouds with its StratosLive PaaS and an updated version of Stratos. The offerings support taking SOA and composite appdev and deployment to the cloud, WSO2 CTO and co-founder Paul Fremantle told IDN.  

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Gartner Says SaaS Revenue To Top $12 Billion in 2011; Up 20%

SaaS (software as a service) revenue is expected to top $12 billion worldwide by the end of the year, up more than 20% in just one year, according to estimates from Gartner Inc. SaaS adoption will continue to explode for the next three years, at least, Gartner added, when worldwide revenue till top $21 billion, the firm added.

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Survey: Nearly Two-Thirds of IT Managers Will Deploy a Private Cloud in 2011

A just-released survey finds IT professionals are enthusiastic about private clouds. Some 62 percent of those surveyed said they have at least one private cloud project underway, or expect to launch one this year. They survey of global IT managers was conducted by Evolven Software.

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UNIT4 Launches Cloud-Based Shared Services for ERP, Financial Software

UNIT4 is offering cloud shared services to let ERP and financial software users in private companies, government  and not-for-profits to design, launch and collaborate over shared services. UNIT4’s “Shared Journey” program works with the company's Agresso Business World ERP and Coda Financials software.

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Red Hat Optimizes Middleware for Cloud, Mobile

Red Hat continues to optimize its open source middleware for the cloud and mobile apps with this month’s prelaunch of JBoss Application Server 7. The offering, now a JBoss Community project in preview, is designed to allow devs to deploy to traditional, virtual or private architectures.

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Black Box SmartPath Moves Wireless LAN Management to the Cloud

It’s not just mobile that benefits from the cloud. WAN management and Wi-Fi is leveraging the cloud with the launch of SmartPath Enterprise Wireless from Black Box Corp., a communications SI.  The device is 802.11n technology that migrates WLAN management to the cloud, and will also make it easier to upgrade to Wi-Fi.

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rPath Ships Cloud ‘Appliance’ To Simplify OpenStack Private Clouds

rPath, provider of an automated platform to manage software across physical, virtual and cloud environments, is shipping an OpenStack Compute Appliance to simplify the building and maintaining of private clouds. The appliance is a set of ready-to-run, pre-configured components that will deliver push-button installation for rPath’s open source OpenStack cloud platform.

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IBM Launches Cloud-Based Business Continuity with SmartCloud Resilience

This week, IBM is launching its SmartCloud Resilience business continuity service. The latest addition to IBM’s SmartCloud line lets customers plug into the cloud for server recovery, managed archives and on-going IT operations – with security, compliance and data protection features.

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Software AG Acquires Terracotta for Cloud, BPM

Software AG has acquired Terracotta Inc., a provider of in-memory technology. The acquisition will enable Software AG to deliver responsive cloud and BPM solutions, with enterprise-class performance and scalability.

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