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San Francisco Employs SOA To Fight Water Pollution

San Francisco's Public Utilities Commission is enlisting an SOA-based solution from IBM in the city's fight to reduce pollution in the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. The city's new weapon is IBM Maximo Asset Management software, which officials says will provide near real-time management of wastewater systems, including treatment centers and 1,000 miles of pipeline.

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Scripps Networks Uses Mule ESB for Media Asset Management

Scripps Networks has selected the Open Source Mule ESB to provide SOA infrastructure that supports a media asset management system across Internet and CATV assets.

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Scripps Networks Uses Mule ESB for Media Asset Management

Scripps Networks has selected the Open Source Mule ESB to provide SOA infrastructure that supports a media asset management system across Internet and CATV assets.

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WebLayers Center Modernizes Legacy for SOA Governance

WebLayers Inc. has released an upgrade to its WebLayers Center automated SOA Governance tools, with a focus on helping organizations modernize their legacy applications by taking a more comprehensive approach to SOA Governance as they move to SOA.

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SOA Software Acquires LogicLibrary for SOA Lifecycle

SOA Software, an Integrated SOA Governance Automation vendor, has acquired LogicLibrary, a leading SOA Repository and Governance vendor. The combination of the two companies expands the end to end lifecycle approach for SOA Governance.

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Micro Focus' SOA Express 8.0 Adds IBM CICS Support

Micro Focus has upgraded a popular legacy modernization product to bring mainframe assets to SOA without recoding SOA Express 8.0 adds support for direct deployment into IBM's CICS for both .NET and J2EE environments.

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Borland U. Eyes End-to-End AppDev Training

Just in time for fall semester, Borland Corp. has cut the ribbon on Borland University, a multidiscipline training program that looks at end-to-end appdev - including specification, design, build, test and deploy. Check out Borland's vision of team-driven training and Best Practices might make your traditional appdev and web services projects more successful.

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"Asset Harverster" Speeds .NET, Java Reuse

See how a start-up ISV is changing the face of reuse with a spiffy technology for quickly harvesting your legacy Java and .NET assets into reuseable components. See how OSTNet's approach takes long-lead times and cost-overruns out of reuse projects, and get a look at a powerful "open" dual API framework, and OSTnet's 2-Minute Quick Start program.

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"Asset Harvester" Speeds .NET, Java Reuse

See how a start-up ISV is changing the face of reuse with a spiffy technology for quickly harvesting your legacy Java and .NET assets into reusable components. OSTNet's API-based reuse framework eliminates long-lead times and cost-overruns. Story also includes a look at OSTnet's "2-Minute Quick Start to Reuse" program.

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.NET Devs Get Help To Spur Code, Rules Reuse

Engineers at LogicLibrary have released a version of their asset management library designed to make it easier for .NET devs to share code and business rules across projects. LogicLibrary's XML-driven Logidex provides .NET devs with (a) Best Practices for tagging and identifying software, (b) quick search tools for locating assets, and (c) techniques for making sure the code built today can be reused tomorrow. See how XML brings power and efficiency to .NET development.

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OMG Moves Closer to XML-Powered Reusable Code

Last week, OMG approved a proposed RFC on its Reusable Asset Specification (RAS), which seeks to standardize packaging software into a wide variety of easy-to-implement reusable assets, ranging from templates, codesets, services, APIs and business rules to fully-built applets and applications. See why IBM, Borland, Microsoft and other vendors and end users support RAS.

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Tips for Boosting Java Performance for Web Services

As more enterprise developers look to bridge Java, ASP/.NET and legacy assets together - a variety of performance issues arise…. Here are IDN's Best of the Web for developers looking for help.

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