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IBM Accelerates Mobile App Lifecycle with Cloud, Broad Updates to MobileFirst Foundation

This summer, IBM begins rolling out its solution for removing pesky bottlenecks that slow down mobile apps. IBM MobileFirst Foundation 8.0, fine-tuned for the cloud, also adds technologies to make it easier to develop, launch, secure and update apps. IDN takes a tour with IBM vice president Mike Gilfix.

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Kony Looks To Tackle Two of Enterprise Mobile’s Toughest Challenges: Faster App Delivery, Happier End Users

A pair of enterprise mobility offerings from Kony Inc. aim to tackle two of the sector’s toughest challenges – delivering mobile apps faster and making sure users will be happy with them. IDN looks at the Kony MobileFabric ‘converged mobile infrastructure’ and the Kony Visualizer 2.0 mobile app design solution with Kony execs.

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Strata Showcases Easier, Faster, Secure Solutions for Enterprise-Class Big Data

At this month’s O’Reilly Strata Conference, attendees were treated to a wide-range of technology previews and product announcements that will drive data-driven solutions.  IDN reviews some of the top highlights from well-known names and new players that aim to make it easier, faster and more economical to design and launch Big Data in Motion solutions.

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OptimalJ Taps Modeling to Speed Complex Java Projects

Recent studies by The Middleware Company and EDS found that traditional Java/J2EE development practices are too inefficient to be used for many dev projects. So, Compuware Corp.'s latest upgrade to its OptimalJ enterprise development environment adds features to reduce the code delays and expenses that Java/J2EE developers face daily during testing, integration and implementation. Compuware has a similar commitment to bring MDA to .NET is on the drawing board. See how modeling has been brought down to earth to build efficiencies.

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OMG Eyes Better Legacy-to-Web Services Links

To help make it easier for mainframe and other object-oriented legacy applications to work better with web services, the Object Management Group (OMG) is moving on several fronts. During last month's OMG's Integrate 2002, members took the offense to update CORBA and other object-based programming models more able to work with code written with XML, Java, C#, SOAP and WSDL. See OMG's 2003 quick 4-point laundry list.

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