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Cool APIs: Top Experts Share Ripples, Top Take-Aways from Google-Apigee API Deal

Google’s move to purchase API Management firm Apigee for a reported $625 million continues to prove APIs are cool. This deal promises to boost the role APIs will play in the Google Cloud Platform. IDN also found it raises predictions and questions from top API experts on the nature of next-gen infrastructure for the digital enterprise.

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Red Hat Updates CloudForms Hybrid Cloud Management Platform; Adds Support for Microsoft Azure, Containerization

Red Hat’s latest upgrade to its CloudForms hybrid cloud management platform expands its collection of managed platforms to include Microsoft Azure, following the recent Red Hat / Microsoft partnership.  CloudForms 4 also adds management support for container architectures and even self-service features.

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VMware Delivers Latest Building Blocks for Infrastructure-Independent ‘Portable Apps’

VMware has a powerful vision for a new level of ‘app portability,’ where IT can lift-and-shift an entire application or workload up from one infrastructure and run it on another – whether physical, virtual, on-prem, cloud or even a hybrid mix. VMware just released its latest building blocks for delivering on this vision. IDN speaks with VMware execs.

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Docker Goes Commercial with Containers, DevOps; Teams with Amazon, IBM and More

Docker Inc., the group behind the revolution in software containers, is moving beyond open source with its first wave of commercial products and services. To show it’s serious about a ‘paid’ model, Docker has secured reseller agreements with Amazon Web Services (AWS), IBM, and Microsoft.

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CA Technologies ‘Triples Down’ on Enterprise-Class DevOps with Acquisitions, Upgrades

CA Technologies is ‘tripling down’ on investments in enterprise-class DevOps. In the past weeks, CA acquired agile development pioneer Rally Software and automated testing firm Grid-Tools. CA also is extending capabilities of its current DevOps portfolio. IDN speaks with CA’s DevOps vice president Aruna Ravichandran.

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OpenStack Foundation Looks To Promote Collaboration and Access to New Technology

The OpenStack Foundation wants to make it easier for new users to access new technologies in the OpenStack ecosystem and collaborate with one another on projects that run on the OpenStack open source, cloud computing platform.

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Azul Systems Brings OpenJDK to Docker To Boost Java Performance Across On-Premises, Cloud and VMs

Azul Systems is shipping a version of its Zulu 100% open source, binary distribution of the OpenJDK 8 platform that works with Docker container technology. Azul’s Zulu 8 on Docker can improve performance and throughput of Java 6, 7 or 8 applications because it enables them to be configured for easy deployment across the most common Linux server platforms. IDN speaks with Azul CEO Scott Sellers.

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CA Management Cloud for Mobility Highlights BYOD-Readiness with ‘Day Zero’ Support for Apple iOS 8

CA Technologies’ cloud-based enterprise mobility management (EMM) suite added support for Apple iOS 8, even before the new phones hit the shelves. This update to CA Management Cloud for Mobility means BYOD programs can immediately manage and secure just-released Apple iPhone 6 devices, as well as the content, apps and email that run on them. IDN explores CA’s vision for enterprise mobility with Arun Bhattacharya, CA senior director for Enterprise Mobility.

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AirWatch, Symplified Team Up On Mobile Enterprise Identity Solution

Enterprise mobility management (EMM) provider AirWatch, and cloud identity company Symplified are teaming up to make it easier for businesses to manage BYOD mobile apps, as well as access to data  across mobile, cloud and on-premises.

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SnapLogic CEO: Cloud, Big Data Drive G2000 Push to Modernize Middleware

Dual explosions of cloud-based SaaS and big data are prompting enterprises to explore new ways to modernize their middleware, according to execs at SnapLogic. IDN goes in-depth with SnapLogic’s CEO Gaurav Dhillon and product strategy chief Zeb Mahmood to learn about the company’s latest product, and get a broad view of the cloud integration landscape in 2012. 

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Spring Powers LogicBlaze Component-Based ESB

LogicBlaze is bringing the power of the Spring framework to ESBs (Enterprise Service Buses), bringing a wide-open approach to component-based integration for all sorts of legacy and SOA architectures. See how Spring's ability to let architects and devs design and build Java apps through abstraction could let devs do up-the-stack integration ?for protocols and transports, data, application logic and even business logic.

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SOA Integration Java Specs Due Midyear

After over 2 years of vendor discussion, Sonic's Dave Chappell says 2005 will finally see the adoption of JSR-208 (Java Business Integration), which will set the stage for a new wave of Java-based integratable components. See why Chappell says JBI will make it easier for Java/J2EE architects and developers will find it easier to implement cutting-edge SOA-driven solutions.

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