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IBM Expands Products, Services for BPM for SOA

This fall, IBM is offering new software and services to help companies better improve their business processes to take advantage of SOA agility benefits. On tap: Better BPM modeling, updates for BPM Healthcheck, and a Web 2.0-based 'business spaces' to boost IT/business collaboration.

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HP Systinet 3.00 Brings Automation to SOA Governance

HP is shipping SOA Systinet 3.00, an upgraded to its foundation SOA Governance product to boost SOA returns by offering improved visibility and integration between SOA design time and runtime, boost automation and expanding support for SOA and business process.

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Oracle Says BEA Integration Hits on Many Cylinders

Last week Oracle Corp. told attendees at Oracle OpenWorld that the integartion of BEA Systems resources into Oracle's well-integrated middleware product family cotniues at a rapid pace. Oracle cited progress with key Oracle Fusion Middlewar components, including Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle WebLogic Application Grid, Oracle Business Process Management, and Oracle WebCenter Suite.

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Caspio Bridge Boosts Web 2.0 Support with Ajax, Mashups

Caspio is upgrading Web 2.0 capabilities in its Caspio Bridge web-based subscription database platform with more interactive and integration to support mashups, AJAX and security protections.

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Sun Eyes Former BEA Users with Java CAPS Special Offer

Sun Microsystems is looking to capture the former BEA middleware customers away from Oracle with a special offer for Sun's Java CAPS (Composite Application Platform Suite) for SOA. Offer expires Oct. 30.

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Savvion Alliance Program To Expand BPM Offerings

Savvion is launching a Business Solutions Alliance Program (BSAP) to help BPM partners lower cost and speed design, develop, integrate and deliver new business-critical BPM applications.

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Red Hat, Infogain Team Up for Enterprise JBoss Use

Infogain Corp., a provider of open source products and services, and commercial Linux and middleware provider Red Hat have teamed up to expand JBoss services and supprot for business-critical enterprise use.

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HP Expands Virtualization, OpenLDAP for Data Centers

HP is expanding open source options for mission-critical data center operations based on Linux, OpenLDAP and popular open virtualization technologies. Features include high-availability clustering, disaster tolerance and data management.

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HP’s BTO Adds Change Management, Problem Resolution

HP is shipping new additions to its Business Technology Optimization (BTO) packaged software and SaaS (software as a service) offerings to help IT organizations manage change and resolve problems across business services and applications, and cut risks of downtime.

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Software AG Highlights SOA-Based Teleco Framework

Software AG, recently showcased an SOA-based implementation of support for the TM Forum's New Generation Operations Systems and Software (NGOSS) model at the TM Forum's Management World 2008 in Nice, France in mid-May.

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IBM Survey: SOA a 'Top Business Priority' in 2008

A survey of some of IBM's clients has concluded that businesses around the world are moving quickly from merely adopting a service oriented architecture (SOA) strategy -- and are at a stage where they are actively deploying SOA technologies in departments or enterprise-wide.

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IBM Survey: SOA a 'Top Spending' Item in 2008

An IBM client survey finds SOA adoption is accelerating, where businesses are actively deploying SOA technologies in departments or enterprise-wide. IDN highlights other findings from the 300-client survey.

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