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New Book Details Service Component Architecture

A new book, "Understanding SCA" aims to detail everything developers need to know to build business applications using Service Component Architecture. The book is co-authored by Jim Marino, of Metaform Systems and Active Endpoints' Michael Rowley, published by Addison-Wesley Professional.

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ESB-CON: Hear 3 Top Integration CTOs on August 20

On August 20, the industry's top CTOs for ESB and SOA will speak at the next edition of the online ESB-CON conference series. ESB-CON 8 features IBM WebSphere CTO Jerry Cuomo, Progress Software CTO Hub Vandervoort and Sun Microsystems CTO for SOA and Integration, in two-hours of discussion and Q&A on how next-generation ESBs and intelligent integration are unlocking business value for F1000 firms.

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HP Vision for SOA Governance Proves Attractive

Over the past two months, TIBCO, JBoss and Capgemini have partnered with HP for SOA Governance, noting HP's expanded portfolio can improve SOA's ability to meet business and IT goals. IDN looks at the new face of HP's SOA Governance with Tim Hall, HP's Director, SOA Center, Software & Solutions.

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McAfee Outlines Security-as-a-Service Cloud Strategy

McAfee, Inc. has outlined details of its Security-as-a-Service strategy to deliver security products to corporations and end users as a service in the cloud. McAfee's move follows similar initiatives from Trend Micro, Symantec and Panda Security among others.

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Yahoo Improves Apache Hadoop for Cloud

Responding to requests from the Apache Hadoop community, Yahoo released its own improved distribution of Apache Hadoop, an open source project that lets users process massive amounts of data.  Yahoo Distribution of Hadoop supports many mission-critical apps at Yahoo, including Yahoo Search, Yahoo Mail and various content and advertising services.

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Global 360 Brings SOA To Role-Based BPM

Global 360 is shipping a major upgrade to its Process360 BPM suite, with new role-based technologies for all BPM stakeholders. Process360 version 10.0 will speed business process updates, promote process automation and reduce the need for complex hand-coding, company execs said.

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BPM Market Set To Triple with Cloud Power By 2015

Business process management (BPM) systems are expected to grow significantly as more organization use Web-based applications to implement automated processes, according to a new report by WinterGreen Research. Cloud computing will become more integral to BPM, the report added.

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Microsoft, Progress, CA, Others Agree on WS-* for Devices

OASIS has approved new standards to bring SOA/web services to peripherals, consumer electronics, and various instruments for smart apps. The three new standards are supported by Microsoft, Progress Software, CA, Software AG, Rde Hat and other OASIS members.

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Pegasystems Brings Intelligence to Customer Management

Pegasystems is adding 'adaptive intelligence' to its Customer Process Manager (CPM) software to allow users to capture and recall customer behavior. This move to bring 'Intelligent BPM' to customer-facing tasks aim to cut costs and increase customer loyalties, execs said.

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Talend Brings Real-Time Data Integration to MOM, SOA

Talend is shipping a real-time data integration platform for enterprise application integration. Talend Integration Suite RTX provides a high-throughput, message-based architecture that integrates with message oriented middleware (MOM) and SOA.

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Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: ‘Intelligent Foundation’

Early this month, Oracle president Charles Phillips rolled out Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g. The announcements paint a picture of Oracle's intent to deliver new levels of integrated management and performance for middleware, ESB and SOA. Oracle also shared its vision for a new 'intelligent enterprise' stack that will blend middleware, data and applications with Sun Microsystems' servers and storage.

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Red Hat JBoss Drives ‘Open Choice’ for Mid-Tier

Red Hat wants to open up the game for Java in the enterprise with its JBoss Open Choice application platform. The strategy aims to make it easier to develop and deploy applications and redefine the use of Java in the enterprise.

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