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Keynote Brings End-To-End Monitoring to Nagios Open Source

Keynote Systems’ Enterprise Adapter 2.0 performance and availability alerts now work with Nagios open source monitoring software. The offering allows IT and operations team using Nagios to get a complete end-to-end view of runtime ops from backend infrastructure all the way to the desktop or mobile end user

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Xignite’s Market Data Cloud Expands Global Reach

Xignite Inc. has added six new securities exchanges across the world to the market data cloud, providing applications and websites easy real-time access market data from exchanges and bourses in Switzerland, Ireland, Austria, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. 

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Attachmate Reflection 2011 Marries Mainframe Access, Virtualization

Attachmate  Corp  will marry cutting-edge mainframe terminal emulation and virtualization technologies in July when it ships its next-gen Reflection 2011 with native support for Microsoft App-V’s application virtualization environment. The product aims to reduce cost and complexity for moving to Windows 7.

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First iPhone/iPad DevCon Event Coming Sept 27-29 in San Diego

Apple’s iPhone 4 sold some 1 million units on its first day, and total iPhones/iPads now top 50 million.  The industry’s first iPhone/iPad Developer Conference to be held in San Diego, Sept. 27-29, 2010, will feature more than 45 technical and business sessions to show CIOs, devs and business execs how their companies can benefit from the iPhone/iPad explosion.

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LegaSuite Brings RPG ‘Into the Future’ for SOA, Cloud  

Rocket Software’s latest upgrade to its LegaSuite mainframe integration and SOA platform allows IBM i devs to more easily convert RPG apps into SOA services, extending RPG use and sharing across many platforms. The capability arises from LegaSuite’s deep integration with IBM Rational Open Access: RPG Edition for IBM i.

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Oracle BPM Upgrades Look to Boost Project Simplicity, Effectiveness

Oracle’s just-announced Business Process Management Suite 11g aims to simplify and improve effectiveness of enterprise-wide BPM projects with key upgrades.  Oracle BPM Suite 11g sports a unified process foundation, a user-centric design and collaboration tools to put IT and business stakeholders on the same page.

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MasterCard Looks To Attract Mobile, Mashup Devs

MasterCard Worldwide appears to be taking a page from Apple’s successful iPhone approach to commercial developers, with its decision to provide more open access to its long-proprietary APIs for payment and data services. MasterCard is also launching a developer portal, to help devs learn, design, test and launch applications.

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IBM, Oracle, Metastorm and Progress To Speak at BPM-CON on June 29

‘The Future of BPM,’ an online conference for Business Process Management will be held June 29, and will attract some 1,000 IT executives and business managers.  BPM experts from IBM, Oracle Corp., Metastorm and Progress Software will present, according to the event’s producer Integration Developer News.

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WSO2 Debuts Cloud Identity Management, Authentication

WSO2 is shipping a cloud-based identity application aimed at helping companies avoid building internal systems for identity management and authentication. WSO2 Cloud Identity, based on WSO2’s open source identity offering, runs from the cloud and supports iGoogle Apps and Salesforce.com.

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SOA Software Upgrades SOA Management for Enterprise, Cloud

SOA Software’s latest upgrade to Service Manager expands its end-to-end SOA management and mediation services for on-premise and cloud environments.  In specific, Service Manager 6 sports advanced virtualization, management, security, monitoring and mediation features for SOA and cloud.

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IBM Seeds Cloud for B2B Integration

IBM continues with projects to ‘seed the cloud’ for mission-critical B2B integration.  Just weeks after acquiring cloud appliance integrator Cast Iron Systems, IBM said it will buy longtime B2B provider Sterling Commerce, and will work with Ariba to tie their B2B offerings with IBM LotusLive for better cloud-based deal-making. 

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Can Web 3.0 Save The Publishing Industry?

Guest writer Tony Shaw, publisher of the Semantic Universe journal and educational chairman of SemTech the world largest semantic technology conference coming to San Francisco June 21-25, looks at the ‘semantic evolution’ of web publishing, and how Web 3.0 could cut costs, save time, and even  increase ad revenue.

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