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Rocana One: IT Monitoring and Analytics Looks To Cut Costs, Increase Scale

Companies moving to hybrid IT often face a challenge to bridge legacy infrastructure with new virtualization and cloud technologies.  Rocana One brings together IT monitoring and big data technologies to meet this challenge.

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Alchemy Solutions Shows Moving COBOL to .NET Isn’t Magic

A suite of legacy modernization technologies focused on migration to Microsoft .NET Framework technologies and first developed by Fujitsu Computer Systems Corp. are now available through a new company called Alchemy Solutions Inc.

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Attachmate Tunes Verastream for Mainframe-SOA Projects

Longtime mainframe integration firm Attachmate Corp. this week released an update to its Verastream Host Integrator to greatly simplify the complexity of legacy-to-SOA integration, as well as lower the time, cost and risk of such projects.

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HP, EDS Expand SOA Outsourcing

In the wake of HP's $13.9 billion buyout of EDS, we're learning a bit more about how HP intends to expand SOA outsourcing options, especially for helping enterprise SOAize their legacy data, applications and pointtopoint integration architectures.

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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 Improves Legacy Apps Over SOA

BEA Systems launched several new legacy modernization offerings this month, with an eye toward making is quicker and simpler to bring transaction-based apps into an SOA. IDN talks with a BEA exec about the latest Tuxedo products.

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uXcomm: Eyes End-to-End SOA Management

Last month uXcomm Inc. released its Service-Oriented Management Architecture (SOMA) to unify SOA management across mobile devices, enterprise apps and legacy resources. SOMA is for device makers, ISVs and enterprise architects to easily add management features into any server, network element, appliance or storage device. One key to SOMA's ability is uXcomm's Management Service Bus, a management-tuned variation on ESB.

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uXcomm: Eyes End-to-End SOA Management

uXcomm eyes end-to-end SOA management with its Service-Oriented Management Architecture. SOMA looks to unify SOA management across mobile devices, enterprise apps and legacy resources. SOMA lets device makers, ISVs and enterprise architects easily add management to any server, network element, appliance or storage device. IDN learns more.

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IT Spending Moving from CYA to SOA

A new report from Financial Insights claims that while IT spending is still dominated by concerns over regulatory compliance, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, a change in coming. Over the next two years there will be a shift toward migrating legacy architectures to SOA, and shoring up their data - through management and security projects.

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90% of Financial CxOs Express Concerns

More than 90% of financial CIOs are worried that a lack of in-depth visiblity and understanding of their legacy assets -- and how to plug them into today's technologies is hurting their business. High costs, uncertain compliance, and lengthy time-to-deployments are all pain points, a recent survey says. Learn what 60 top global financial managers are doing about their concerns, and how their efforts will affect architecture and development projects.

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Exploring “Fluid” Frontiers for J2EE Apps

California Java researchers are exploring how "rapid prototyping" and "un-refactoring" techniques could help J2EE devs better J2EE updates and integrations. This project, winner of an Eclipse Innovation Award, brings loosely-coupled techniques to tight-coupled J2EE silos - with astonishing results. Take a tour of the "Fluid Architecture" project with lead, William Griswold, Ph.D, professor at University of California - San Diego.

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Web Services Update "Screen Scraping"

Web services are presenting Java and NET developers new easy-to-learn opportunities to access and integrate with valuable legacy assets, according to a growing number of enterprise apps professionals. See why non-programmatic approaches, including even screen scraping could boost career opps for Java and .NET enterprise devs.

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



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