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HP To Sell iTKO LISA for Virtualized SOA, Apps Testing

HP will sell iTKO's LISA virtualized testing solution as part of HP's SOA and software quality and performance suite. HP execs said iTKO's LISA Virtualize product will speed the design-to-deploy cycle by boosting efficiency and reducing cost and complexity for end-to-end testing.

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Cordys, Sogeti Plan ‘BPM in the Cloud’ for Financials

Cordys, a provider of BPM technologies optimized for the cloud, is expanding its partnership with BPM services firm Sogeti to bring cloud-based BPM options to the financial and transportation sectors.

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DB "Connections" Without Performance Drain

Connecting to a database improperly can be one of the greatest drains on system resources. Learn how "Connection Objects" can help architect reusable DB connects without killing performance.

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DB "Connections" That Don’t Drain Performance

Connecting to a database improperly can be one of the greatest drains on system resources. Learn how "Connection Objects" can help architect reusable DB connects without killing performance.

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SPML Dev Toolkit Open for Free Download

This week, developers can download a free, Open Source toolkit for SPML -- as OASIS nears full adoption of the SPML 1.0 standard, which uses XML to help ensure cross-platform interoperability for identity and access-control technologies. Take a test drive of the latest tools for helping devs build secure end-to-end web services.

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Covalent Ships Cross-Platform Web Apps Manager

The absence of reliable end-to-end cross-platform management tools is a key problem plaguing deployment of web services across the enterprise. Help is on the way, as Covalent Technologies ships its unified Covalent Application Manager, which will help devs and operations managers map, measure, control and analyze web applications and events across multiple platforms: Java, Open Source and .NET.

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Security Beta Ships for Multi-Platform Web Services

Java, .Net and Open Source developers should be able to centrally manage security for the web-based applications, including web services. That's the vision of Cafesoft, a start-up security firm in San Diego. Take a look inside at a beta version of single sign-on security software -- and even download some beta software for free.

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