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Report: SOA Market To Jump FourFold by 2014

A new report on the surging SOA market predicts that the size of the SOA infrastructure market will grow by more than fourfold over the next six years, to more than $9 billion.

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Open Source Middleware Measures Up

Red Hat's JBoss Enterprise Middleware solutions have been recognized in two recent analyst reports, putting Open Source options for middleware firmly in the running for enterprise adoption.

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Report: SOA Market Could Quadruple by 2014

A new report on the surging SOA market predicts that the size of the SOA infrastructure market will grow by more than fourfold over the next six years, to more than $9 billion.

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Survey: SOA Budgets Average $1.4M in 2007

AMR Research says the average spending on a SOA project hit $1.4 million last year. The figure was released as part of AMR's "SOA Spending Report: 2007-2008," which surveyed IT executives in the U.S. Germany and even China.

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Electric Cloud: Brings Analytics to Software Mgmt

Electric Cloud continues to focus on pushing the state-of-the-art for software production management. Last week, EC brought in Bill Schmidt from Borland to recruit more EC partners, and last summer the company launched the first analytics for software build and release management. IDN talks with EC execs.

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Survey: Enterprise PC Security Faces Changes

IT analyst firm Enterprise Strategy Group says that the stale state of the PC security market may be about to change. The ESG report Desktop Security at the Crossroads surveys 206 security IT professionals and found respondents see little or no difference in anti-spam, anti-virus or firewalls. The study also found IT interest beyond simple one-size-fits-all security.

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Information Builders Marries Ajax, BI

Information Builders is marrying Ajax to its WebFocus business integration platform to provide a lively, less-costly thin-client for custom business reporting. The technology will be available later this year. IDN takes a quick peek and how a BI and Ajax blend could spell new opps for devs.

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Information Builders Marries Ajax, BI

Information Builders is marrying Ajax to its line of WebFocus business integration platform to provide a thin-client approach to custom business reporting. The technology, announced this week, will be available later this year. IDN takes a quick peek and how BI and Ajax may push business demand for both among end users, creating new dev opportunities.

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IT Spending Moving from CYA to SOA

A new report from Financial Insights claims that while IT spending is still dominated by concerns over regulatory compliance, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, a change in coming. Over the next two years there will be a shift toward migrating legacy architectures to SOA, and shoring up their data - through management and security projects.

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IDN Pick 6: Fear and Low Margins at Oracle Trial

Integration Developer News' Pick-6 this focus on news coming from Oracle's court challenge of the U.S. government's move to block its takeover of PeopleSoft. As PeopleSoft this week blames Oracle's failed buyout attempt on its missing its sales numbers, see what's up in the trial. We look at items from news.com, LinuxWorld.com, CxOtoday, and Accountancy Age (which claims PeopleSoft offered 50%+ discounts to keep customers), and CRMBuyer.com (which reports on customer "hostage" fears from Oracle).

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Dev Guide to 2004 Opps in SOA, XML Projects

A new report from ZapThink says that 2004 will see a dramatic rise in the size, nature and breadth of service-oriented projects, and makes suggestions for how enterprise devs, especially those with Java and .NET credentials, should hone their skills to take advantage of the trends. Get some tips on the hot skills for 2004.

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Zapthink Preps Devs for Coming SOA, XML Future

A new report from ZapThink says that 2004 will see a dramatic rise in the size, nature and breadth of service-oriented projects, and makes suggestions for how enterprise devs, especially those with Java and .NET credentials, should hone their skills to take advantage of the trends. Get some tips on the hot skills for 2004.

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