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In Mid-May, CamelOne Event Explores Surge in Open Source Integration by Large Enterprises

The growing role of open source middleware, even in large-scale enterprises, will be on display at FuseSource’s CamelOne event in Boston, May 15-16. Attendees will see FuseSource’s latest offerings based on Apache’s top open source middleware projects, hear from top Apache committers and learn the latest best practices that are driving a new wave of open source-based integration.

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SOA in 2011: Enterprise IT Increasingly Open to Open Source Integration

Most enterprises are actively using open source solutions across IT departments and managers say they are likely to use more, according to a survey by FuseSource Corp., a provider of Apache-based open source SOA, middleware and messaging solutions.

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Experts Gather at First Community Event for Apache Camel on May 24 in D.C. Area

CamelOne 2011, the first community event for enterprise users of Apache-based open source integration and messaging projects, will be held near Washington, D.C. May 24-26. The event, produced by FuseSource, will feature founders of Apache Camel, ServiceMix, ActiveMQ and CXF, as well as top project committers and adopters.

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FuseSource Takes Apache-Based Open Source Integration on the Road

FuseSource Corp., an open source integration and messaging firm backed by leaders and founders key middleware Apache Software Foundation projects, is taking to the road in US and the U.K to discuss Apache-based open source integration at top events for software devs and architects.  See the experts and where’s they’ll be speaking.

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FuseSource Hosts CamelOne Conference; May 24-26 in Washington, D.C.

FuseSource Corp., a provider of Apache-based open source integration and messaging solutions, will host the first CamelOne Conference May 24-26, 2011, at the Westin Arlington Gateway, Arlington, Va.

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Apache Middleware Safe from JCP-ASF Feud, Open Source CTO Says

The decision by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) to leave the Java Community Process (JCP) executive committee won’t hurt users of Apache-based open source middleware, according to Rob Davies, CTO of FuseSource. The company provides open source integration solutions built on Apache ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, CXF and Camel.  Davies shares four reasons with IDN.  

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FuseSource Goes Independent for Open Source Integration, Messaging

In a sign of the maturing of open source middleware, FuseSource Corp., a unit of Progress Software, is going independent.  FuseSource will continue to offer open source integration and messaging software, tools, training, and consulting based on Apache ServiceMix, Camel, MQ messaging and other middleware-related projects.  

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Progress Updates Open Source FUSE ESB for Full Lifecycle

Progress Software is shipping FUSE ESB 4.0, an upgrade to the former IONA open source ESB based on the Apache Open Source ServiceMix ESB. FUSE 4.0 expands lifecycle support to design, build, test, deploy and manage the ESB, and underscores Progress' intent to continue support for Open Source middleware.

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Spring Powers LogicBlaze Component-Based ESB

LogicBlaze is bringing the power of the Spring framework to ESBs (Enterprise Service Buses), bringing a wide-open approach to component-based integration for all sorts of legacy and SOA architectures. See how Spring's ability to let architects and devs design and build Java apps through abstraction could let devs do up-the-stack integration ?for protocols and transports, data, application logic and even business logic.

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ESB Projects Team Up on Open Source JBI

Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) projects put into Open Source by Iona Technologies and LogicBlaze will collaborate on a Java Business Integration (JBI) implementation. Find out how ESB cooperation may make it easier for to design and deploy an Open Source ESB option.

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