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NetBeans Day Previews EJB 3, SOA Tools

On May 15, NetBeans Day will offer devs a unique hands-on preview and progress report on a variety of cutting-edge technologies and programs including EJB 3, SOA, a new wave of refactoring techniques and the popular Matisse UI. IDN spoke with NetBeans' evangelism team manager Judith Lilienfield to get a no-nonsense preview.

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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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IT Asks Regulators for Better Communications

A group of top CIOs, led by H&R Block, says the growing cost and complexities of complying with Sarbanes-Oxley are looking for better face-to-face communications between CIOs and government regulators. See what the CIO Executive Council says you should watch for when tackling IT architectures to comply with complex regs.

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SAP To Better Link IT with Business Analysts

SAP execs see a huge uptick in F2000 SOA projects that can lower the cost of developing or adjusting code to meet business needs. That means developers and architects will need more than Java, .NET and XML technology skills, they say. Take a look at SAP's 2-year Enterprise Service Architecture approach, which looks to 'connect-the-dots' between IT assets a company's business goals.

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ESA: A 2005 'Business-Savvy' Take on SOAs

During 2005, demand for SOA-savvy architects and developers is poised to explode, says leading enterprise software maker SAP. But, to enjoy a huge upside, these SOA experts will need more than Java, .NET and XML technology skills. See why SAP says F1000 firms will clamor for ESA (Enterprise Service Architecture) experts who can 'connect-the-dots' between IT assets a company's business goals.

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Hands-On: Is JBoss Ready for Your Enterprise?

It's been only a month since JBoss, the Open Source J2EE app server, received its full J2EE certification from Sun. Now, in the first detailed, hands-on review of JBoss offerings -- including technologies, service and documentation -- Integration Developer News turns to Open Source Java expert Bernard Golden to answer the question, "Is JBoss a good fit for your enterprise?"

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BizTalk 2004 Preps Devs for Integration Projects

Microsoft's BizTalk 2004, slated to ship April 1, will begin to set the stage for many enterprise developers, .NET and Java, to get more accustomed to participating in integration-driven project work, according to analysts and partners IDN spoke with this week. Get insights into how BizTalk 2004 might begin to change the developer landscape at your firm.

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Case Study: Brokerages Push XML for Finance

The country's largest brokerage firms are expanding basic XML specifications to define a new open and standard markup language for financial services. FpML v2.0 (Financial Products Markup Language) will provide developers important new guidelines for building B2B web services. But, even if you're not in finance, see how FpML highlights some keen insights on how your own industry should use Open Standards to construct web services transactions.

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Gartner Reports on Dev Opportunities in Web Services

Recent research from Gartner Dataquest finds there will be a strong pick up in demand for developers and integrators with skills using XML, SOAP, .NET and Java. In this report for IDN from senior Gartner analysts, developers get in-depth data on how IT execs plan to deploy web services over the next 12 months -- from the projects being built to the products being used. See why Gartner says devs with skills in Microsoft, Oracle and IBM have the most momentum.

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Gartner Sheds Light on Developer Opps in Web Services

Recent research from Gartner Dataquest finds there will be a strong pick up in demand for developers and integrators with skills using XML, SOAP, .NET and Java. In this report for IDN from senior Gartner analysts, developers get in-depth data on how IT execs plan to deploy web services over the next 12 months -- from the projects being built to the products being used. See why Gartner says devs with skills in Microsoft, Oracle and IBM have the most momentum.

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Web Services on Wall Street -- Inside STP

Straight-through Processing (STP) is set to revolutionize application development in the financial industry by providing developers a solution that automates the end-to-end processing of transactions for all financial instruments from initiation to resolution. In this feature, Gunjan Samtani, a divisional VP for Information Technology at UBS PaineWebber, describes how STP in combination with a web services approach will streamline back-office activities, leading to reduced failures, lower risks, and significantly lower costs per transaction.

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5 Steps to Energizing Your Development Career

If you feel like your enterprise development career has hit a rough patch, Ed Roman, CEO of The Middleware Company, has 5 Steps to Energize Your Career.

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SOA Summit - Case Study Keynote Panel - February 23 2012



  • Red Hat: Pierre Fricke - Director, Integration and BPM Product Marketing
  • Progress Softare: Hub Vandervoort - CTO, Enterprise Infrastructure 
  • SnapLogic: Marco Massenzio - Director Engineering (Server & Cloud)
  • Ping Identity: Pam Dingle - Senior Technical Architect, Office of the CTO
  • IBM: Bob Laird Enterprise Architect – SOA Foundation Group
  • FuseSource: Rob Davies, CTO FuseSource Co-Creator ASF Active MQ, Service Mix Camel  
  • SOA Software: Ian Goldsmith - VP, Product Management

FuseSource: Integration Everywhere



  • Rob Davies, CTO FuseSource - Co-Creator ASF Active MQ, Service Mix Camel

Develop Real Time Applications using WebSocket Apache Camel and ActiveMQ



Charles Moulliard, Senior Architect, FuseSource

The Past, Present and Future of Apache Camel



Jon Anstey, Principal Software Engineer, FuseSource
Claus Ibsen, Principal Software Engineer, FuseSource

Getting Started with Apache Camel



Claus Ibsen, Principal Software Engineer, FuseSource

Tracking Real-Time Weather, Big Data using Camel



David Reiser, Chief Engineer, Volpe Center, U.S. DOT, CSC
Ram Raju, Sr IT Architect, Volpe Center, U.S. DOT, CSC
Shane Kent, SW Engineer, Volpe Center, U.S. DOT, CSC

Large Scale Deployments of Apache Camel in the Cloud



James Strachan, Software Fellow, FuseSource

BPM Beyond Web Services



Kai Wähner, IT Consultant, MaibornWolff

Three Solutions for Simplifying Cloud/On-Premises Integration



  • Bruce Tierney - Director, SOA Suite

Simplifying Cloud and On-Premises Integration



  • Bruce Tierney
    Director for Oracle SOA Suite

Intelligent Adaptive Processes for a New Digital Era



  • Mala Ramakrishnan
    Director of Product Marketing

BPM-CON XV Agenda