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ESA: A 2005 'Business-Savvy' Take on SOAs

During 2005, demand for SOA-savvy architects and developers is poised to explode, says leading enterprise software maker SAP. But, to enjoy a huge upside, these SOA experts will need more than Java, .NET and XML technology skills. See why SAP says F1000 firms will clamor for ESA (Enterprise Service Architecture) experts who can 'connect-the-dots' between IT assets a company's business goals.

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Borland University Looks to Spring Debut

Borland Corp. will cut the ribbon on Borland University as early as this spring, bringing a new, solutions-driven focus to IT technical training. Get a peek at what educational assets Borland U. will bring to boost success rates for complex IT projects, and how architects and devs could gain skills to play more strategic -- and valuable -- roles.

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How F1000s Boost Software's 'Business Value'

In 2005, IT architects and devs will focus more on how to build 'business value' into their software, says a managing director for ThoughtWorks, a leading SOA services and consulting firm. See how execs at F1000 firms are combining SOA, agile and even Open Source to tune software to business needs.

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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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Demystifying SOA: An Architect's, Dev Guide

2005 is setting up to be a banner year for SOA -- Services Oriented Architectures. This week Integration Developer News begins a series on SOA for architects and developers, with an eye toward looking at how to prepare your IT enterprise -- and your careers. This week a look at the core concepts of SOA, and why they can let architects/devs be more creative with less risk.

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Demystifying SOA for Architects, Devs

2005 is setting up to be a banner year for SOA -- Services Oriented Architectures. This week Integration Developer News begins a series on SOA for architects and developers, with an eye toward looking at how to prepare your IT enterprise -- and your careers. This week a look at the core concepts of SOA, and why they can let architects/devs be more creative with less risk.

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SAP Boosts Reliability, Integration for Java Devs

SAP is bringing a host of improvements to its NetWeaver and J2EE app server technologies, including better reliability, improve data management and easier business integration tools. See why SAP says Java/J2EE devs in 2005 deserve better features to support reliability and integration both "inside" and "outside" the container.

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SAP Says J2EE Devs Opps Arise from Biz Needs

Enterprise software maker SAP has some strong advice for Java/J2EE developers concerned about outsourcing: Focus your energies on your company's business problems -- and not slow-moving Java standards. Integration Developer News spoke with SAP's chief standards-watcher, Michael Bechauf. who offers Java/J2EE devs four (4) keys for how to find the best enterprise dev career opps in the coming two years. (WARNING: Some may find these controversial.)

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IBM Points Devs at Java-to-Non-Java Integration

Over the past few weeks, IBM has left no doubt that business-level integration and workflow are not just developer add-ons anymore -- these are core platform services. IBM WebSphere and DB2 are beginning to add such cross-platform data-driven integration. Integration Developer News spoke with Websphere execs to get details on how deep IBM expects Java/J2EE developers to go with Java-to-non-Java business-driven development.

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BEA: J2EE Career Devs Need To Look Past APIs

BEA's exes say its "Liquid Computing" view of SOA should signal the end of an era for J2EE developers. The time has passed where knowing Java APIs will be marketable, BEA execs told IDN. See BEA's 'Do's and Don't" for J2EE devs, and why they need to focus on life outside-the-container, including business rules, schemas and even integration and sharing with NET and Open Source.

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Countdown to BPEL Begins - A Dev's FAQ

Controversy is giving way to simple hard work on BPEL4WS, the proposed orchestration standard for web services supported by both Java and .NET vendors. BEA and IBM have jointly submitted BPELJ, a plan to implement BPEL for Java J2EE -- so devs could be working with business process across Java and .NET apps by year end. All the while, Java vendors say they'll keep touch with Microsoft to make sure BPEL works with .NET. Get the details on a busy BPEL summer.

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SAP Weaves Tighter .NET, Java Integration Tools

SAP has woven NetWeaver more tightly together, and the fit may be better for many non-SAP developers. The result, SAP hopes, will be a more intuitive, well-oiled platform that will make it much easier for Java and .NET devs to integrate their systems with data and business rules from SAP and other ERP software.

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