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Cisco’s XML-Driven Virtual Data Warehouse

When Cisco rolled out its AON (Application-Oriented Networking), it added a new dimension to enterprise web services. AON will use XML, HTTP and related web services, to turn an existing network into a virtual data warehouse. IDN speaks with Mike Carter, co-founder of CXO Systems, Cisco's key XML partner for AON, to learn how web services can offer easy-to-access, real-time views of 100s of queries.

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Cisco, SAP Team Up on AON Integration

Cisco's push to bring data integration capabilities into a hardware router form-factor has a strong new enterprise software ally. SAP confirmed it will use Cisco's Application-Oriented Networking (AON) hardware technologies to speed data and business integration later this year, including Business One and NetWeaver software. IDN looks at how hardware just might change the face of integration this year.

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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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Proposed Spec To Let Web Services Go Wireless

During this week's Intel Developer Forum, Intel, Microsoft, BEA Systems, and Cannon will propose WS-Discovery, a new web service spec that will describe ways for devices to find and connect to conventional, wired Web services. The spec, to be called WS-Discovery, would work with both .NET and Java-based wireless devices.

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