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Survey: SOA Governance Spending To Skyrocket in Asia

Enterprise investments in SOA Governance are set to skyrocket across the Asia Pacific region, especially as companies launch multiple SOA projects, says a report from Springboard Research.

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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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DataDirect: Houston, We Have XQuery 1.0

After 8 years of at-times-intense vendor discussions, the W3C has finally adopted XQuery 1.0 (and seven other XML standards). The standards looks to help enterprise IT unify diverse databases, documents, emails and web pages into a single, searchable datastore. But how will XQuery 1.0 change things, and how should IT pro's treat the news? IDN speaks with W3C XQuery Working Group member DataDirect Technologies' XML Architect Carlo Innocenti.

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IT Outsourcing Game Set To Change Big Time

Major U.S. IT outsourcing firms, including Accenture and IBM, will face tougher competition from smaller firms, says a report AMR Research. A big reason for the shift: F1000 firms are now willing to break up their mega-outsourcing sole-source contracts, and issue smaller RFPs to find best-of-breed specialty providers.

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BEA, IBM, Sonic, Sun To Appear at ESB-CON

Event organizers for ESB-CON: Due Diligence Day will bring together ESB leaders BEA Systems, IBM, Sonic Software and Sun Microsystems in a first-of-its-kind online ESB conference March 2. Experts will explore ESB plug-in architectures, product details, real-world use cases, and ways to use ESBs to move to SOA. Get details and register at no cost.

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ESB-CON: Rescheduled for March 2

ESB-CON Due Diligence Day, to be held March 2006, will bring together for the first time in one place top players in the ESB space to deliver their vision of how ESBs can transform SOA and Enterprise IT. ESB-CON is a one-day online Virtual Conference and Technology Showcase for Enterprise Service Bus technologies.

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JBI Approved – Dawn of Easier J2EE Integration?

A new era in easier J2EE-based integration may be at hand for Java devs and architects, as the long-standing Java Business Integration specification (JSR 208) has been approved as a formal JSR by a 14-0 vote. But, notably, J2EE giants IBM and BEA abstained. Nonetheless, plans move forward to deliver a reference implementation by JavaOne. Get a look at the JBI, and its impact on J2EE enterprises - and vendors

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Web Services 2005 -- Five Keys Unlock the Gate

Sun's vice president of Java's web services and tools says open web services are at a crossroads in 2005, and posits that there are five (5) keys that would fully unlock the power of these new, open technologies. Notably, Keller says, XML has the power to create a vast array of portable data options. He also says multi-vendor co-operation on a number of fronts, spurred by end user pressures, may unlock web services full power.

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A Developer's Roadmap to Using WS-Security

This week, WS-Security, one of the core building blocks for interoperable web services security, was adopted by OASIS. To help devs understand what the adoption of WS-Security might mean to their business -- and career -- IDN spoke with the WS-I's Steven Van Roekel, who details how developers can use it, what cross-platform features exist and are planned.

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Software Vendors Pile on with XQuery Plans

Despite database vendor disharmony over web services workflow (or choreography), they do agree on something: XQuery, the proposed W3C standard for querying XML data and documents. Last week, the W3C began reviewing a test suite for XQuery. Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Informix and Software AG are among those with tools, roadmaps and demos on offer.

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Why Poor "Tool-ability" Is Hurting Java

A group of leading Java vendors, including Sun, Oracle and BEA, are making the case that Java tools have become too complex and too expensive to build. To help solve the problem, 10 leading Java tools vendors have formed a community to focus on improving Java's "tool-ability." IDN looks at the JTC efforts, why IBM and Borland aren't on-board and what others say about Java's Future.

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10 Vendors Offer Versions of WS-I Sample App

The Web Services Interoperability Organization has issued its first WS-I Sample Application, and immediately 10 major vendors, including Microsoft, BEA, IBM among others, released their implementations. Both the WS-I sample app and the vendors' implementations are available for download and review.

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