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Neuron ESB’s Adapter Metadata Generation Wizard Breathes New Life into Enterprise Service Bus for On-Prem, Cloud Integration

Neuron ESB is breathing new life and capabilities into the trusty enterprise service bus for any-to-any integrations – even to the cloud. Neuron ESB is combining its library of adapters with a new Adapter Metadata Generation Wizard to easily share, add, update or delete data and records across popular on-prem and cloud apps. IDN speaks with Neuron ESB’s John Petersen.

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Lavastorm Adds Predictive Analytics for Business Analysts

Lavastorm has added new analyst-friendly features to its analytics platform and engine. The upgrade looks to ‘democratize’ predictive analytics projects more easily for companies that don’t have highly-skilled data scientists or hard-to-find Hadoop programmers.

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Denodo Updates Unified Data Virtualization Platform for Richer Analytics, Big Data Results

Denodo Technologies is shipping an update to its data virtualization platform. Denodo Platform 5.5 sports improvements to tackle all 3Vs of data. Added features lend support for more data types, higher data volumes and optimized real-time support, thanks to improved read/write and intelligent caching.

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Cloud Integration in 2011: QueCloud Ties Cloud and On-Premise via Data Virtualization

Queplix Corp. is shipping its QueCloud integration platform, which uses data
virtualization for sharing data across cloud and on-premise apps.  Integration
Developer News continues its “Cloud Integration in 2011” series with Queplix CEO
Mark Cashman.

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JBoss Brings Data Services To SOA For Easy, Reliable Integration  

JBoss is bringing the power of SOA-based data services to integration, removing complexity and cost. JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform 5.1 is an open source data virtualization and integration platform that can convert data from multiple locations and formats into easily shareable services.

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Cleveland Golf Drives Integration with Magic Software’s iBOLT

PGA golf equipment maker Cleveland Golf/Srixon is using Magic Software Enterprises solutions to bring more automation to integration of data and business processes between its ecommerce and ERP systems.

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Pentaho Ships BI & Analytics Tools for Hadoop, Cloud

Pentaho Corp., an open source BI company, is bringing business intelligence and analytics to “big data” with new features for Apache Hadoop.  Pentaho’s support for Hadoop includes tools and wizards for BI design, deployment, staging and  management – all to make it easier for designers, data architects and end users to leverage Hadoop for BI and analytics tasks.

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Stone Bond Upgrades Metadata-Driven Integration

Stone Bond Technologies is shipping an upgrade to its metadata-driven agile integration platform. Enterprise Enabler 7.0 adds features to improve dashboards, BI, analytics and data sharing across various enterprise apps, including SharePoint, SAP, SalesForce.com and those using DB2 and SQL. 

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Boomi's Cloud-Based Integration May Signal VAN-less EDI

Cloud computing is taking a bite out of expensive and entrenched VAN-based EDI services. Cloud-based integration PaaS Boomi is providing ASP Global Services, a supply chain SaaS firm, reliable and high-visibility EDI integration and management services.  EDI success may signal a huge uptick in on-demand integration from the cloud.

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Oracle BI Suite Powers Clinical Development Analytics

Oracle is shipping a new BI-based set of analytics to help life sciences organizations operate their clinical programs more efficiently, get more timely access to information so they can make informed decision and even help accelerate the development of new drugs.

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Infravio Takes Metadata to SOA Governance

EJB 3.0 isn't the only mega-trend in metadata. SOA governance provider Infravio says metadata applied to registry and tooling will empower integration devs to play a more visible role when it comes to aligning IT with business needs. See how metadata outside the J2EE container may have a big impact.

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Java Devs Face MetaData Agendas in 2004

Java devs could get at least two metadata reference implementations to play with early next year. The JCP has said it would have an early release RI for J2SE 1.5 (Tiger), and BEA has said they are gearing up for an early release of an RI for its JSR 181, whether or not it has full JCP approvals by then. IDN spoke with Onno Kluyt, Program Director at the JCP, to get a feel for what may be coming, and how devs can keep a straight head -- and maybe even put in their own comments.

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