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Microsoft hints at Oslo initiative with StockTrader 2.0

Microsoft has released sample applications and tutorials to simplify design and development of SOA composite applications.

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Google Apps proves SaaS is here to stay

The development of applications by Google proved that Software as a Service (SaaS) will last for a number of years, an updated report has concluded.

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OASIS Bears Down on ‘Last Mile’ SCA Specs

Many top names in SOA -- IBM, BEA, Oracle, Progress Software and others - say it is time to develop a fuller suite of specs for Service Component Architecture (SCA). OASIS is taking up the charge by forming 6 new committees to create test plans, test cases, and scenarios for important last-mile specs. IDN takes a look.

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Nexaweb: Blending the Best of SOA, Web 2.0

Nexaweb Technologies, an innovator in the emerging Enterprise 2.0 space, recently launched a new program for blending Enterprise Web 2.0 and SOA. Called Web2SOA, the program aims to give architects and devs the tools and techniques they need to speed up delivery of cool, reliable, valuable and governable Enterprise Web 2.0 and SOA apps. IDN takes a look with Nexaweb's Chief Architect

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Enterprise Ajax + SOA = User-Driven IT

Alone, SOA and Ajax both promise considerable payback to IT, but combined the two technologies are two sides of the same coin enabling a new class of Web-based applications called Rich Enterprise Applications or REAs. John Crupi and Chris Warner from JackBe discuss uses for REA and how this new platform expands the power of both Ajax and SOA.

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uXcomm: Eyes End-to-End SOA Management

Last month uXcomm Inc. released its Service-Oriented Management Architecture (SOMA) to unify SOA management across mobile devices, enterprise apps and legacy resources. SOMA is for device makers, ISVs and enterprise architects to easily add management features into any server, network element, appliance or storage device. One key to SOMA's ability is uXcomm's Management Service Bus, a management-tuned variation on ESB.

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uXcomm: Eyes End-to-End SOA Management

uXcomm eyes end-to-end SOA management with its Service-Oriented Management Architecture. SOMA looks to unify SOA management across mobile devices, enterprise apps and legacy resources. SOMA lets device makers, ISVs and enterprise architects easily add management to any server, network element, appliance or storage device. IDN learns more.

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Architecture or ‘Marketecture’:
Avoid 5 Top Marketing Traps

Many professional marketers know the difference between strong technology architecture and marketecture (aka roadmaps, futures, etc.) But, these days even the biggest IT names -- IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP - are "selling futures," and getting away with it. How come? We look at the shifting temptations - and dangers -- of "marketctures" for smaller and mid-sized firms. And, best of all, give you 5 tips for avoiding the top marketecture traps.

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Practical .NET-to-Java Interop Solutions, Part II

When it comes to integrating Java-based apps with .NET, SOA may not be the best choice -- for today, at least. Take a look at a useful real-world, step-by-step approach that is helping leading IT architects and devs draft their own "interoperability requirements" matrix. This work forms the basis for some of the interop Best Practices at Avanade, a leading .NET/Java integration firm.

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Iona Pushes ESB Integration, Interop Envelop

Iona Technologies showed JavaOne attendees how the latest Java-based Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) technologies will push capabilities for cross-platform integration and interop. Iona, with Sun, Oracle, and SAP, showed how an ESB with Java Business Integration (JBI) can ease data sharing among apps, and smooth interop between Java and .NET components.

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The Challenge of .NET/Java Interop -- sans SOA

An increasing number of F1000 firms are looking for ways to easily get their Java/J2EE and .NET assets to better cooperate. It is a world rich with new standards and emerging technologies for web services, SOA and other "sharing" options for data and business rules. Henrich Gantenbein, a Solutions Architect with Avanade, a leading web services and integration firm, offers some valuable advice.

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How ESBs Fill Web Services Management Gaps

While XML and WS-I standards continue to evolve to support enterprise-caliber web services, another piece is growing in importance. The Enterprise Service Bus is poised to provide needed manageability and visibility to service-driven integrations, says one seasoned Java and .NET technologist. Further, ESB architectures may provide interop options, as they begin to play big roles in Microsoft's .NET framework.

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Unified Identity in SOA Architectures



  • Pam Dingle - Senior Technical Architect, Office of the CTO

A RESTful pluggable architecture to tackle Big Data in the Cloud



  • Marco Massenzio - Director Engineering (Server & Cloud)

API Management: Architecture Best Practices



  • Mark O’Neill
    Vice President, Innovation

Your Process is Everywhere and Runs Anywhere - BPM in Modern Architectures



  • Duncan Doyle - Sr. Architect