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ESB-CON: Rescheduled for March 2

ESB-CON Due Diligence Day, to be held March 2006, will bring together for the first time in one place top players in the ESB space to deliver their vision of how ESBs can transform SOA and Enterprise IT. ESB-CON is a one-day online Virtual Conference and Technology Showcase for Enterprise Service Bus technologies.

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Cape Clear: 2006 ESBs Gain Interop, Tools

In 2006, Enterprise Service Buses will begin playing a much more strategic role in more enterprise integration projects, including SOA, thanks largely to better interoperability between Java and .NET ESBs, as well as better tools. That's the view of David Clarke, the co-founder of Cape Clear, a leading ESB provider who has committed to donate its XML, WSDL and BPEL tooling technologies for ESB to Eclipse. IDN speaks with Cape Clear's Clarke for a clearer look at ESBs for SOA in 2006.

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Sonic Suggests ESB Definition to Ease Chaos

The ESB sector is quickly becoming rife with confusion. And, while there is growing consensus among vendors (and end users) than an ESB is supposed to provide a mediation layer between legacy and SOA resources, there are devils in the details. Sonic Software has put its ESB Definition into the marketplace, and execs say the document lays out ESB hallmarks architects and devs should look for.

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ESB-CON: Due Diligence Day – Jan. 26, 2006

ESB-CON Due Diligence Day is a one-day online "Virtual Conference and Technology Showcase, scheduled for Thursday January 26, 2006. ESB-CON will, for the first time in one place, bring together all the top players in the ESB space to deliver their vision of how ESBs can transform SOA and Enterprise IT.

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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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ESB Projects Team Up on Open Source JBI

Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) projects put into Open Source by Iona Technologies and LogicBlaze will collaborate on a Java Business Integration (JBI) implementation. Find out how ESB cooperation may make it easier for to design and deploy an Open Source ESB option.

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Iona Pushes ESB Integration, Interop Envelop

Iona Technologies showed JavaOne attendees how the latest Java-based Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) technologies will push capabilities for cross-platform integration and interop. Iona, with Sun, Oracle, and SAP, showed how an ESB with Java Business Integration (JBI) can ease data sharing among apps, and smooth interop between Java and .NET components.

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JBI Approved – Dawn of Easier J2EE Integration?

A new era in easier J2EE-based integration may be at hand for Java devs and architects, as the long-standing Java Business Integration specification (JSR 208) has been approved as a formal JSR by a 14-0 vote. But, notably, J2EE giants IBM and BEA abstained. Nonetheless, plans move forward to deliver a reference implementation by JavaOne. Get a look at the JBI, and its impact on J2EE enterprises - and vendors

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How ESBs Fill Web Services Management Gaps

While XML and WS-I standards continue to evolve to support enterprise-caliber web services, another piece is growing in importance. The Enterprise Service Bus is poised to provide needed manageability and visibility to service-driven integrations, says one seasoned Java and .NET technologist. Further, ESB architectures may provide interop options, as they begin to play big roles in Microsoft's .NET framework.

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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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Iona Tuning ESBs for Telco Convergence

ESBs are helping telcos grapple with their latest core mania - convergence. At telcos these days it's is all about getting data, services, provisioning, voice, video systems to work better with one another. IDN looks at how Iona Technologies mixing their Artix extensible Enterprise Service Bus with legacy-savvy reliability and quality-of-service expertise to change how telcos compute.

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JavaOne: Unlocking the ESB Secrets

During JavaOne, devs will get a much better look at how an ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) might boost their careers. Dave Chappell, one of Java's foremost experts on JMS and integration, in his latest book spells out why ESBs will transform how Java devs think about APIs, data sharing and workflow.

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You've Got an ESB. But Lost in Transactions?

Adapt and respond dynamically with ESBs and ILOG Business Rules

  • Marc-Thomas Schmidt - Distinguished Engineer and IBM Chief Architect SOA Connectivity

Oracle Service Bus 11g - Extending Oracle SOA Suite Leadership

  • Bruce Tierney - Product Director for Oracle Fusion Middleware Software - focusing on Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus 

ESB-CON 2010: Case Study Keynote

Expert Speakers:

  • IBM: Marc-Thomas Schmidt - Distinguished Engineer and IBM Chief Architect SOA Connectivity
  • Oracle: Bruce Tierney - Product Director for Oracle Fusion Middleware Software

API, Workflow and Application Integration for .NET Developers

  • Marty Wasznicky - Vice President