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Top 5 Best Practices for J2EE to .NET Interop

Into 2006, J2EE to .NET interop will continue to grow as a top priority for IT execs. To provide IDN readers with some Best Practices for interop, IDN spoke with execs from Marlabs, a leading interop services firm to the F500. Get the pros and cons on the Top 5 interop techniques, including (1) shared database; (2) runtime bridges; (3) message orientated middleware; (4) integration brokers, and (5) XML-based web services.

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Marlabs Best Practices for J2EE to .NET Interop

J2EE to .NET interoperability continues to grow as a top priority for IT execs, IDN speaks with Manjunatha Kutarahalli, Vice President Global Delivery for Marlabs, a leading interop services firm, to outline the pros and cons of the most popular approaches, including (1) shared database; (2) runtime bridges; (3) message orientated middleware; (4) integration brokers, and (5) XML-based web services.

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How UML Offers Devs More Control, Not Less

Abstraction tools can be "good, bad or ugly" for devs. See how one IT department began as UML skeptics and in the end found the right modeling tools give Java/J2EE devs more control -- not less. See how the right abstraction tools can save time, money and aggravation -- without detracting from expert programming.

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Could Next-Gen Modeling Spell the End to Java Heydays?

Execs from IBM's Rational Software unit say that Java devs looking for the "next big thing" should look up-the-stack from new J2EE skills, and instead bone up on "abstraction skills" -- such as UML-based modeling. Roger Oberg, director of market management at IBM's Rational Products unit ticked off 5 keys to why modeling tools are poised to become more powerful than ever -- and ready to help devs write, integrate, deploy and update applications without coding 100s or 1000s of lines of Java/J2EE.

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