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ZSL Debuts Plug–ins for Enterprise Web 2.0

ZSL Inc., an information technology integrator, has released its Enterprise 2.0 Computing Framework built on IBM Websphere sMash and Service Oriented Architecture SOA. The framework allows businesses a virtual Web 2.0 to plugcapability, adding secure social networking services to current legacy assets.

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TIBCO ActiveMatrix Supports SCA for SOA

During JavaOne 2008, TIBCO demonstrated its ActiveMatrix Service Grid will sport support for the Service Component Architecture (SCA).

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TIBCO ActiveMatrix Supports SCA for SOA

During JavaOne 2008, TIBCO demonstrated its ActiveMatrix Service Grid will sport support for the Service Component Architecture (SCA).

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SOA Software certifies Neuron ESB

The Neuron Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) from Neudesic has been certified as a governed service platform by SOA Software, it has been announced.

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Microsoft hints at Oslo initiative with StockTrader 2.0

Microsoft has released sample applications and tutorials to simplify design and development of SOA composite applications.

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Survey: .NET, Java in SOA Horserace

An August survey from Evans Data Corp. finds a real .NET-vs-Java horserace for SOA dev platform supremacy. A recent surge in corporate use of Java and Open Source is dramatically closing the earlier .NET lead. Also, there are indications that many are still in transition from simple web services to full-fledged SOA. What else goes on?

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Sun: Fresh Java, Communities for JavaOne in '07

The Java platform and communities have been for quite a ride the last 12 months: Updates for Java, support for Open Source dynamic scripting, growing mojo for AJAX and Web 2.0 apps -- and even Open Sourcing of Java. As we begin JavaOne 2007, IDN talks to Jean Elliott, Senior Director of Sun's Java Software Product Marketing, about the new face of Java and its communities.

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Eclipse IDE Gains More Members, Plug-ins

The Eclipse IDE has a wave of new members, plug-ins and core technology contributions. The latest Eclipse offerings, which debuted or were announced at last month's EclipseCon, offer support for debugging, business intelligence, build management, prototyping, and even plans to add modeling UIs and forms. IDN provides a shopping list and links to all the free downloads, where available.

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Eclipse WTP – Downloads and BEA Vision

The Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) 1.0 tools are now available as a developer release, and aim to make it easier for devs to build and validate a variety of enterprise-caliber web services. IDN looks at the WTP tools, which officially ship in July, and talks with folks at BEA who will bring a broader vision for WTP to help with visual development and workflow.

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Inside Eclipse 3.0's June 30 Download

The Eclipse Foundation sent word this week that it will release Eclipse 3.0 for download June 30. Integration Developer News interviews Eclipse project lead Erich Gamma to get details on Eclipse's (4) main directions. Get insights on Eclipse 3.0's: new UI, rich client support, better navigation, and steps toward support for Java-like languages and IDE-independence.

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Nokia Looks to Jumpstart Enterprise Mobile

Nokia wants to break down some of the long-standing impediments to mobile development for the enterprise. Integration Develoepr News spoke with execs from Nokia's developer tools and community programs to find out why 2004-05 might finally be the year enterprise devs can start thinking seriously about mobile.

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Eclipse 3.0 Upgrade Demos on Tap at EclipseCon

Eclipse committers are hard at work on upgrade features for Eclipse 3.0, slated for release in summer 2004. Key improvements include a generalized Eclipse platform for building non-IDE applications, increased UI responsiveness, and generalized Java tools to support Java like languages. IDN spoke with Erich Gamma, an Eclipse Project Lead who will be showing Eclipse 3.0's latest progress at February's EclipseCon event.

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