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Microsoft, JBoss Co-op To Gain Mo’ in 2006

Microsoft and JBoss will work together on a range of interop projects throughout 2006, with an aim to better tie J2EE and Hibernate in with Windows and .NET platforms. IDN outlines the 2006 Microsoft/JBoss work, which picks up speed in the wake of JBoss' latest enhancement to JEMS middleware stack, which has a strong focus on enabling J2EE connects to .NET.

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Visual Studio 2005 Promotes the Integration Dev

Microsoft this week ships its long-awaited Visual Studio 2005. IDN looks at how the latest IDE takes the next step in bringing the .NET developer into the role of integration developer -- working to unite apps with databases, workflows, security and business rules. IDN looks at how Visual Studio, and its future roadmap, may change how devs think, work and design apps.

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Amazon, Microsoft Partner on B2B Web Services

Amazon and Microsoft are partnering on an initiative aimed at getting Visual Studio.NET devs to build innovative apps to tie into Amazon's Web Services (AWS) platform. The two launched a dev contest, open through year's end, for building entrepreneurial apps that tie into Amazon product data and services for their own home-grown business, or for their enterprise.

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Rise in “Hybrid” J2EE-.NET Apps Prompts Unity

Gartner predicts that 30% of all new apps will be "hybrid" J2EE/.NET within 2-3 years. That is pushing a new era in cooperation among J2EE-Microsoft relations. See how Sun, IBM, BEA, Compuware, Sonic and others, have one-on-one projects with Microsoft to craft a new set of tools, standards and Best Practices for better interop.

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Demand for Interop Fuels J2EE, Microsoft Unity

Last month's JavaOne put J2EE/.NET interop in the spotlight like never before, and could well mark a new era in J2EE-Microsoft relations. Sun and Microsoft technical experts stood together on stage to debut co-developed J2EE-to-.NET interop technologies. And, IBM, BEA, Compuware, among others, are also working one-on-one with Microsoft to craft tools, standards and Best Practices for better interop. Take a tour.

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Can Sun, Microsoft Truce Speed Up Web Services?

The truce (if not all out love fest) between Sun and Microsoft continues, as they seem to have put aside many of their differences over how multi-point web services should be built, deployed and managed. See how the Sun and Microsoft/IBM camps on transport-neutral web services (WS-Addressing) might push forward a lot of stalled web services timetables

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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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Microsoft 'Opens' .NET as Broader Team Sport

Microsoft is making .NET a much broader team sport, for both developers and software partners. Thanks in large part to a new Methodology Council, Microsoft is getting greater input from software partners to improve its support for life-cycle and team development. Take a look at how deeper third-part discussions are expanding .NET's framework community.

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Microsoft 'Opens' .NET as Broader Team Sport

Microsoft is making .NET a much broader team sport, for both developers and software partners. Thanks in large part to a new Methodology Council, Microsoft is getting greater input from software partners to improve its support for life-cycle and team development. Take a look at how deeper third-part discussions are expanding .NET's framework community.

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Unified Protocol Proposed for Java, .NET "Events"

A leading group of tech experts from Java, .NET and the middleware sector have gotten together a proposal called WS-Eventing for helping make it easier for architects and devs to integrate web services components into high-performance applications. IDN looks why devs shouldn't be worried about an apparent competing plan from IBM, and how details of the XML/SOAP-based plan, will help ISVs mask the complexity of SOA integration projects.

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IBM, Microsoft, Sun All Get Real with Web Services Code

Last month, IBM, and Microsoft showed a working demo of their next-gen web services standards for reliability, security and transactions management. Meanwhile, Sun released the first J2EE 1.4 codeset with web services, making good on a promise made late last year to bundle core web services support for SOAP, WSDL and UDDI into J2EE 1.4 source.

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The "Big 3" Show Code for Real World Web Services

Last week was a pretty good one for devs looking for evidence that enterprise-ready web services are ready for their attention, Microsoft and IBM jointly showed a working demo of their next-gen web services standards for reliability, security and transactions management. Meanwhile, Sun was offering the first code release of J2EE 1.4 with web services, making good on a promise made late last year to bundle core web services support for SOAP, WSDL and UDDI into J2EE 1.4 source code.

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