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Research: Top 10 Data Virtualization Patterns

Composite Software Inc. has defined 'Top 10' data virtualization patterns in a new report for enterprise architects and integration teams.

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SOA Pattern Catalogue, Community Launched by Prentice Hall

SOA Design Patterns, a catalog of 85 design patterns for SOA projects, is now available from Prentice Hall. The book is accompanied by a new SOA expert community, SOAPatterns.org. The coordinated book-web community effort is aimed at creating an on-going environment for submitting, evaluatiung and using new SOA design patterns.

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webMethods: SOA Master Class Bridges Skills Gap

SOA architects and devs must bridge an SOA skills gap to benefit from the coming wave of SOA rampups, says webMethods?vice president Miko Matsumura. webMethods (with ZapThink) has created an online SOA Master Class, bringing "SOA Masters?from many disciplines to offer videos, tutorials, patterns, advice and even Web 2.0 blogs for teacher-student exchange. IDN speaks with Matsumura about the SOA gap and the SOA Master Class.

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Microsoft 'Opens' .NET as Broader Team Sport

Microsoft is making .NET a much broader team sport, for both developers and software partners. Thanks in large part to a new Methodology Council, Microsoft is getting greater input from software partners to improve its support for life-cycle and team development. Take a look at how deeper third-part discussions are expanding .NET's framework community.

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Microsoft 'Opens' .NET as Broader Team Sport

Microsoft is making .NET a much broader team sport, for both developers and software partners. Thanks in large part to a new Methodology Council, Microsoft is getting greater input from software partners to improve its support for life-cycle and team development. Take a look at how deeper third-part discussions are expanding .NET's framework community.

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Could Next-Gen Modeling Spell the End to Java Heydays?

Execs from IBM's Rational Software unit say that Java devs looking for the "next big thing" should look up-the-stack from new J2EE skills, and instead bone up on "abstraction skills" -- such as UML-based modeling. Roger Oberg, director of market management at IBM's Rational Products unit ticked off 5 keys to why modeling tools are poised to become more powerful than ever -- and ready to help devs write, integrate, deploy and update applications without coding 100s or 1000s of lines of Java/J2EE.

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Survey Finds Java, .NET in Wide Use for Web Services

A survey of IT professionals released last month by Compuware Corp. found that almost two-thirds of all enterprise development shops are already using J2EE, .NET or some modeling techniques to build web services, and many are using both -- this, despite recent analyst research that predicts web services will be limited by tight budgets, a lack of standards and unproven technologies.

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Survey Finds Java, .NET in Wide Use for Web Services

A survey of IT professionals released at JavaOne by Compuware Corp. found that almost two-thirds of all enterprise development shops are already using J2EE, .NET or some modeling techniques to build web services, and many are using both -- this, despite recent analyst research that predicts web services will be limited by tight budgets, a lack of standards and unproven technologies.

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SOAP Cleaned Up for Real-World Deployments

The SOAP scum is clearing up. After rigorous testing, fixing and review, the W3C says a final SOAP 1.2 spec could be out next month. Further, the legal clouds that hung over royalty-free SOAP have dissipated, as the vendors threatening to sue for property rights have changed their minds. See our report on what W3C says is real, along with code samples.

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