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Parasoft in JavaOne security display

Parasoft has announced that it will be displaying the next generation of application security solutions at the JavaOne Conference in San Francisco later today May 9th.

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IBM's Delfino shows off Apache Tuscany

IBM released details of its Apache Tuscany project - an open source implementation of Service Component Architecture (SCA) - at JavaOne in San Francisco.

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Cisco’s XML-Driven Virtual Data Warehouse

When Cisco rolled out its AON (Application-Oriented Networking), it added a new dimension to enterprise web services. AON will use XML, HTTP and related web services, to turn an existing network into a virtual data warehouse. IDN speaks with Mike Carter, co-founder of CXO Systems, Cisco's key XML partner for AON, to learn how web services can offer easy-to-access, real-time views of 100s of queries.

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Get the Most from JavaOne 2005

JavaOne 2005 could be one of the toughest -- or most exciting -- in years. Analysts say F2000 firms are asking hard questions about their Java/J2EE spending. Winning Java/J2EE firms will be those that can: (1) ease integration, (2) speed deployment, (3) improve security and management. See how to leverage the most from your JavaOne spending - at the show and for the rest of the year.

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Cisco, SAP Team Up on AON Integration

Cisco's push to bring data integration capabilities into a hardware router form-factor has a strong new enterprise software ally. SAP confirmed it will use Cisco's Application-Oriented Networking (AON) hardware technologies to speed data and business integration later this year, including Business One and NetWeaver software. IDN looks at how hardware just might change the face of integration this year.

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