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Scaling XML to High-Volume -- Dos and Don'ts

Developers looking to scale their pilot XML projects to embrace more volume or to link to more systems should carefully evaluate whether today's popular approaches will truly serve their needs. A recent whitepaper from Zapthink, web services consultancy in Waltham, Mass., found certain drawbacks with all of the top XML performance tuning options, including XSL, parsers and smaller element names. See how Zapthink says developers should cope.

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Hands-On: 7 Keys To Building a Better Web Service

For developers looking to unlock the secrets to a successful web services project, Kirby Turner, a Solution Developer with developer services and integration firm Avanade Inc. offers a keen insight: A web service, he says, is "simply a programmable application logic accessed by using standard Internet protocols." Turner uses this core idea as a basis for his "7 keys to building successful web services." In these tips, Turner touches on many questions, ranging from using registries, setting security, and even the vexing debate over how much XML hand-coding does a developer really need to know.

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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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JMS Work Brings Asynchronous Features to Apache SOAP

Vendor support for a variety of SOAP-to-Java (and Java-to-SOAP) communications techniques is gaining steam. In the latest example, the Apache Axis Project later this month will release the industry's first native SOAP support asynchronous web services. The support for asynchronous communications follows the inclusion of a JMS (Java Message Service) transport mechanism offered to Apache by Sonic Software.

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Online Lender Cashes In with Improved J2EE App Management

The lowest mortgage rates in 40 years has accelerated business for online lenders -- if their systems can run fast enough and work reliably. With the promise of a rapid ROI, one of the nation's fastest growing online mortgage broker has found a way to help their front-line Java developers overcome the complexity of J2EE management. The result: Developers have tons more visibility and control over their applications, without writing complex management scripts with SNMP or JMX (Java Management Exchange). See how and why the techniques used by NexStar Financial Services could change the whole game for managing Java and non-Java integrated apps.

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REST Moves To Put XML Data Sharing in Motion

As developers of web services become more interested in ways to support asynchronous communications, various vendors are pushing to improve SOAP-RPC capabilities. Meanwhile, another approach called REST (Representational State Transfer) is gaining developer attention as a way to tie together hundreds -- if not thousands -- of Internet nodes.

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Microsoft Ponders Full Reuse License for CE, Rotor Work

Microsoft licensing execs may soon allow developers to truly profit from the work they do cleaning up and improving Microsoft's CE and Rotor code, the head of Microsoft's Shared Source program Jason Matusow told Integration Developer News. Learn how you might profit from Microsoft's plan to launch a "non-commercial derivative license" program for CE and Rotor.

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Sun Gets Aggressive on J2EE Front with App Server, IDE

In the wake of the SunNetworks 2002 event, Sun Microsystems software engineers are putting final touches on a multi-platform version of their Sun ONE application server (formerly iPlanet). Downloads for Linux, Windows and Solaris (on SPARC) will be available in beta this week, with versions for Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX and IBM's AIX available in 90 days. Sun also wants to improve their IDEs -- both commercial Sun ONE Studio (formerly Forte) and the Open Source NetBeans toolset -- to make it easier for non-J2EE developers to get up to speed with app server development. See the roadmap.

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SharpDevelop Open Source C# Toolkit Upgrade Available

A free Open Source IDE for C# and VB.NET projects called #develop (SharpDevelop) launches a free upgrade to its toolkit this week, which developers can download beginning September 22. The free toolkit makes writing C# code simpler by providing developers several key features, including a syntax-highlighting editor, auto-generator for VB.NET and C# code, and identifying compilation errors in source code. IDN spoke with #develop developer Christoph Wille to get a rundown of the features and improvements.

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Hands-On: Architecting Asynchronous Web Services

Learn how best to deliver guaranteed two-way (asynchronous) communications that will confirm transactions, update databases and otherwise make sure both ends of the web service are in synch. IDN has gathered some of the best and most up-to-date resources (code sets, techniques, advice) available on how your fellow developers are addressing the issue of asynchronous web services communications.

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Secrets to Building a 'Customer-Service' Web Service

Developers from Extreme Logic used a combination of Microsoft.Net technologies with a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) approach, to build, an Internet-based auto repair business. The result is that consumers can go online to conduct a variety of operations -- schedule maintenance, receive a diagnosis, obtain pricing information, make service appointments, choose a loaner car, view repairs and even make payments. Learn the techniques you can apply to your business from Extreme's CTO Keith Landers.

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"Mono," the Open Source .NET, Ready for Developers

On the first anniversary of the launch of The Mono Project -- an "Open Source" version of .NET, which is based on C# and will run on Unix/Linux platform -- the technology is ready for developers. Integration Developer News spoke with Mono's creator Miguel de Icaza, who has also spearheaded work on the GNOME open source desktop.

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Securing the Exploding Identiverse

  • David Gorton - Platform Product Manager

BPM Game Changers: Open Source BPM from Red Hat

Applying a Data-centric Security Strategy to the Cloud

  • Troy Kitch
    Sr. Principal Director, Security Software

Security Threats, Frameworks and Mitigation Efforts

  • Peter Allor
    Security Strategist

Practical Steps to Secure your APIs for Mobile

  • Mark O’Neill
    VP Innovation, Axway

Cloudy with a Chance of Identity

  • Daniel Raskin
    VP of Strategy & Marketing

CyberSecurity Summit Agenda

Technologies for a Data-Centric Security Approach

  • Sudeep Venkatesh
    VP, Solutions Architecture

Symantec Resource Center

Personalized, Powerful, Easy-to-Change Business Applications

  • Raphael Allegre - Product Marketing Manager

Symantec Resource Center - Cloud Integration

Delivering Operational Intelligence

  • Monzy Merza - Chief Security Evangelist

CyberSecurity Summit Agenda

Identity Management in a Digital Economy

  • Ricky Arora - Sr. Director, Product Management

Symantec Resource Center

Data-Centric Approach to Security from HPE Security

  • Albert Biketi - VP & GM, Data Security

Security Threats, Frameworks and Mitigation Efforts

  • Peter Allor - Security Strategist

Turning Machine Data into Operational Intelligence

  • Monzy Merza - Chief Security Evangelist

Oracle Mobile: Mobile Offers at Manchester Airport

  • Ian Wallis - Director, Mobile PaaS Business Development

Power Customer Understanding with Modern Data Management – A Five-Step Approach

  • Ajay Khanna - VP, Product Marketing