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SNIA Works on Cloud Storage Interfaces, Best Practices

The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), has formed the Cloud Storage Technical Work Group (TWG) to develop storage networking architectures and best practices to enable companies to more easily load, access, integrate and secure cloud storage solutions.

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IBM Targets Insurance Sector with SOA

IBM has announced two new advances for the insurance industry designed to use SOA to help providers condcut key work, such as process claims more quickly.

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IBM targets insurance industry with new SOA-based solutions

IBM has announced two new advances for the insurance industry that are designed to help providers handle core functions more efficiently.

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SOA "sells itself to businesses"

The processes behind Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) sell themselves to business executives rather than a detailed description of the term, an industry expert has claimed.

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Survey: SOA Budgets Average $1.4M in 2007

AMR Research says the average spending on a SOA project hit $1.4 million last year. The figure was released as part of AMR's "SOA Spending Report: 2007-2008," which surveyed IT executives in the U.S. Germany and even China.

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XML Vocabularies Key to Cross-Business Interop

This week, F100 IT execs and top providers of enterprise software and web services tools are meeting at an OASIS event to discuss how to make it easier for corporate IT to develop web services across vertical sectors. One idea is to build a common library of web services, akin to J2EE's common library of objects. IDN spoke with OASIS' President Patrick Gannon for more insight on why Boeing, GM, JPMorganChase, are so keen on the "The Future of XML Vocabularies."

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Web Services 2005 -- Five Keys Unlock the Gate

Sun's vice president of Java's web services and tools says open web services are at a crossroads in 2005, and posits that there are five (5) keys that would fully unlock the power of these new, open technologies. Notably, Keller says, XML has the power to create a vast array of portable data options. He also says multi-vendor co-operation on a number of fronts, spurred by end user pressures, may unlock web services full power.

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