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IBM, Users Share ‘Agile BPM’ Secrets at Impact 2010

As an economic recovery comes into focus, IBM is working with IT and business leaders looking for a more effective and long-lasting approach to BPM.  IBM’s recipe for success, called Agile BPM, will be explored in depth at Impact 2010 in May.  IDN speaks with Dr Angel Luis Diaz, vice president of IBM’s BPM and Connectivity Business, for a preview.

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Rackspace Doubles Cloud Channel, Expands Offerings

Rackspace Hosting officials report the number of resellers for its cloud-based applications and email has doubled in the past year.  Rackspace Cloud is rolling out new services to keep the momentum high, and to seed cloud opportunities in vertical markets.

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HP Cloud Design Services To Cut Complexity, Risk

HP is offering a new design service to help organizations design and deploy scalable, cloud-based infrastructures, for private, public or hybrid approaches.   The HP Cloud Design Service aims to let companies launch clouds faster with less risk.

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Information Builders’ Latest PMF Eases BI for Users, IT

Information Builders is making BI easier for users and architects with its upgraded WebFocus Performance Management Framework.  PMF 5.2 sports a personalized dashboard that lets business users view and output reports, while maintaining auditable data. PMF also integrates with CPM and Web 2.0.

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IBM Fellow Reviews 'Private Cloud' Benefits at Impact 2010

A co-creator of IBM's cloud initiatives says private cloud is reaping big and measurable benefits for customers. Jerry Cuomo, CTO of IBM WebSphere and an IBM Fellow now working on cloud, will detail 6 ways private clouds solving big pain points for customers at Impact 2010 May 2-7 in Las Vegas, Nev.

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JBoss Updates Open Source SOA Platform for BRMS, Cloud

Red Hat is shipping JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform 5.0, an upgrade to its foundation open source SOA ESB-based platform with new support for business rules and cloud connectivity to allow IT to more quickly respond to growing integration requirements.

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Software AG Marries BPM with Communications

Software AG is bringing together new dimensions of SOA and BPM with the launch of its  webMethods Communicate BPM, a product that enables companies to easily integrate their BPM and process workflows with a wide array of communications channels.  The product centrally manages BPM integrations with phone, SMS, e-mail or enterprise call centers.

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Twist 2.0 Aligns IT, Business Stakeholders for Agile, SOA

ThoughtWorks Studios is shipping an upgrade to its agile test management solution, Twist 2.0, which aims to speed releases, updates and improve applications testing and quality – all by putting IT and business stakeholders on the same page.

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Survey: Gov’t Prioritizes Mainframe Modernization

Almost three-quarters of all government agencies say they expect to set aside budget in the next 6-24 months for mainframe modernization projects, according to a recent survey by Micro Focus. IDN looks at how mainframe spending is getting a priority as many government IT budgets remain flat or decline.

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“Connectivity 2.0” To Fuel More Intelligent, Scalable SOA

The next wave of infrastructure dubbed “Connectivity 2.0” is helping enterprises transform departmental ESBs, SOA and Cloud projects into an integrated fabric of intelligence, agility, control and adaptability, according to Marc-Thomas Schmidt, IBM Chief Architect for SOA Connectivity.  He and some 150 fellow IBM experts will discuss Connectivity 2.0 at Impact 2010 in May.

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HP Helps Clients Explore, Design Cloud Infrastructures

HP is offering a new Cloud Design Service, service to help companies design mission-critical cloud infrastructures for efficient, secure and reliable use of public and private clouds. Offerings encompass all major aspects of a cloud lifecycle, including feasibility and cost-estimates.

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Appian Exec Sees Opportunity in “Fragmenting” BPM Market

The recent wave of BPM acquisitions is setting the stage for a new dynamic for how to discuss and define BPM / SOA projects.  An executive at one still-independent BPM firm, Appian, says in 2010 BPM is “fragmenting” into two distinct segments, and that there’s plenty of room and opportunity for both to meet customer needs.   

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