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IBM Accelerates Mobile App Lifecycle with Cloud, Broad Updates to MobileFirst Foundation

This summer, IBM begins rolling out its solution for removing pesky bottlenecks that slow down mobile apps. IBM MobileFirst Foundation 8.0, fine-tuned for the cloud, also adds technologies to make it easier to develop, launch, secure and update apps. IDN takes a tour with IBM vice president Mike Gilfix.

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Accelerating Continuous Delivery: Best Practices for On-Prem and Cloud

As demand escalates for business apps, more and more companies are looking to go beyond CI (continuous integration) – and achieve impactful Continuous Delivery. Here’s a roadmap to take your CD efforts to the next level, thanks to execs from CloudBees, a platform as a service provider specializing in CD.

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BlueData Alleviates More Big Data Complexities; Spins Hadoop and Spark Clusters in Minutes

BlueData is shipping an update to its EPIC (Elastic Private Instant Clusters) platform. The Spring edition adds features to solve vexing challenges that can complicate and slow down Big Data deployments.

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Virtustream Partners with Infosys, NetApp and Cisco on Testing as a Service for SAP HANA Apps, Workloads

Virtustream is teaming with Infosys, NetApp and Cisco to deliver a testing-as-a-service (TaaS) solution for SAP HANA applications and workloads. The new TaaS Powered by xStream for SAP applications will speed test-to-deployment by bringing together best-of-breed technology from each partner.

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Tufin's 'Unified Security Policy' Approach Removes Key Bottlenecks To Rapid App Provisioning

Tufin Technologies is looking to make it easier to ensure apps and data always comply with changing security and policy requirements. The latest edition of Tufin’s Orchestration Suite, shipping in April, sports change automation, unified security policy features and collaboration capabilities to support teamwork among dev, opps and security stakeholders across legacy and cloud environments.

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2011 Sees Red Hat’s Push for Better Cloud Deployment, Management

As 2011 begins, Red Hat Inc. is mapping out details for how its acquisition of Makara will fuel the next generation of open source options for cloud computing.  Makera, a provider of deployment and management solutions for cloud-based apps, will simplify app deployment and management, according to Red Hat execs. 

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Quest Updates, Automates Private Cloud Management

Quest Software is shipping a cloud management solution to automatically manage and secure private cloud environments across development, test, provisioning and operations.  Quest Cloud Automation Platform 7.5 provides policy-based automation, self-service, and ease of provisioning for multiple hypervisor and virtualization technologies.

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Progress Software Extends OpenEdge AppsDev for SOA

Progress Software Corp. has updated its OpenEdge business appdev platform to accelerate SOA projects with design, test and deployment support for tools that come with Progress' Sonic ESB. OpenEdge also sports a new GUI-driven support for working with Microsoft .NET.

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IBM's WebSphere Smashed Industry SOA benchmark

IBM has announced a breakthrough in the implementation of Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) after a new server smashed a popular industry benchmark for performance by more than 33 percent.

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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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BEA Tightens Ties Between SOA Design, Run Times

BEA Systems has release upgrades and tightened integration between WebLogic Integration (WLI) and AquaLogic Service Bus (ALSB), making t easier for developers to design, test and deploy critical services-based solutions based on ESBs or a full Services-Oriented Architecture. IDN looks at the feature benefits to architecst and devs.

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Artix 4.0 Takes a Bite Out of MOM Costs

Artix 4.0, the ESB upgrade from Iona, takes another step forward in its vision to craft a set of plumbing, framework, and tools to let enterprise IT easily share services end-to-end across multiple platforms -- including J2EE-to-.NET, J2EE app servers, proprietary middlewares and even to the mainframe. IDN looks at the Artix 4.0 upgrade features getting user attention.

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