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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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Software AG Shows SOA Framework for Telcos

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

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OASIS Tunes SOA for Telecoms

Many of the worlds largest players in SOA and telecommunications are joining in an initiave to optimize SOA for telecoms. Member companies include: IBM, Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Computer Associates, Microsoft, Nortel, Oracle, Progress Software, and Verisign.

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IBM Ships Free Geronimo-Based J2EE for SMB

By mid-November, IBM is slated to ship a Geronimo-based J2EE app server, tuned for departmental IT staff, as well as small- and mid-sized businesses. IBM's Websphere Application Server - Community Edition, available for free, will bring together Apache's Geronimo, a Cloudscape database, connectivity drivers for Cloudscape and other DBs, and an enhanced UI. IDN speaks with an IBM exec to get a quick tour of WAS-CE, and learn more about the strategy behind it.

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Borland Delphi, C++ Upgrades Eye .NET Interop

Borland's latest upgrade to its Delphi, and C++Builder tools sport features that will make it easier for these non-Microsoft devs to participate in .NET-based projects. IDN takes a drill-down look at how Borland's Enterprise Core Objects (ECO) technology brings devs using Borland's Delphi 2006 and C++Builder 2006 key enterprise features to .NET, including object-relational mapping and transparent object persistence.

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JPay Draft APIs Could Be Ready By Xmas

A draft JPay JSR could be ready as early as Christmas, which would create new Java APIs to ease the design and deployment of end-to-end e-payments. JPay is backed by leaders in transaction-driven Java, including Oracle, IBM, Sun, HP and Siemens. Integration Developer News interviews a JPay exec to learn more about its impact on architects and developers.

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W3C Proposes Flexibility on Royalty-Free Policy

The W3C, concerned that some of its work on web services standards could slow, last week began searching for a flexible compromise on the controversial plan to allow only royalty-free technologies to be considered as standards. While W3C insists the new plan keeps the RF preferences in place, the body wants to provide flexibility on a case-by-case basis. See the plan.

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W3C Last Call Goes Royalty Free

The W3C wants to make sure that technologies that are adopted -- or even considered -- as web services standards be available to ISVs and end users on a royalty-free basis. Failing that, the group wants to put in place work-around policies that will make sure work on web services standards doesn't drag. After more than a year of discussion and back-and-forth proposals, the W3C last week released its Last Call document lining out its Royalty-Free Patent Policy.

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The CyberSecurity Plan -- A Developer's Perspective

The nation's first CyberSecurity Plan was released last month to mixed reviews. But drill past the sound bytes and front-line developers might actually find a few tidbits and recommendations that will prove important to them and their tech managers. IDN peels away the covers of the 64-page report, and makes it easy for you to send in your comments to Uncle Sam (which are due by mid-November). You'll also hear from fellow developers.

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A New Economy Approach to SOA Prioritizing Business ROI with SOA, BPM, Events (Part 1)



Introduction to OpSource: Enterprise Cloud and Managed Hosting for SaaS, Telecoms and Cloud Platforms



  • Treb Ryan - CEO and Co-Founder

 

Transitioning Legacy SOA Platforms to Participate in the New API Economy - GNAX and Intel



  • Andy Thurai - Chief Architect, Application Security and Identity Products

Become a Mobile Enterprise Using the IBM Mobile Application Development Lifecycle



Leigh Williamson - Distinguished Engineer

“THINK APIs” From SOA to an API Ecosystem



  • Claus T Jensen, PhD
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Unlock the Power of the API Economy



  • Sid Bhatia - Program Director – API Economy Product Management

Identity Management in a Digital Economy



  • Ricky Arora - Sr. Director, Product Management

Deconstructing API Security



  • Ian Goldsmith - VP, Product Management