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Tools Warehouse Aids Unix/Windows Integration

For sysadmins and developers looking to better integrate their Windows, Java and Unix resources, one long-time services firm has amassed a long list of tools and utilities. IDN takes a look at how Interop Systems, and its vast tools warehouse for Interix, is helping enterprise techs better support end-to-end dataflow and management over mixed Unix/Windows environments.

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Web Services Project Secures Credit Card Info

Think web services are risky? Well, one online casino actually thinks web services prevent risk. See how Lokitech, a web services security firm, quickly built an iron-clad encrypt/decrypt solution for protecting directory and database info on .NET and Java networks. Another bonus: Lokitech also used standard Crypto++ free libraries.

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J2EE Voices Ask If Success Is Spoiling JBoss

It's been a good news/bad news run lately for JBoss, the "Open Source" version of the J2EE-based application server. Over the past few weeks, JBoss has been on a roll attracting sales, developers and software partners. But, JBoss' success has also attracted criticism from developers, customers and even Sun Microsystems. IDN looks at the latest with JBoss, and speaks with Sun execs concerned that JBoss, despite its success, is still not J2EE compliant.

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Gartner Warns Linux Can Cost More To Integrate

The Gartner Group has released a report on Linux that will be of special interest to commercial Java, .NET and legacy systems developers. Gartner found that while Linux may save some money in the purchase of stand-alone hardware/software, integrating Linux systems with installed applications may be more expensive than with Unix or Windows because of a lack of support, integration tools and knowledgeable service providers. See how Gartner suggests you deal with the issue.

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Microsoft Preps to Expand Source Sharing Programs

Microsoft is considering plans to broaden its programs for sharing source code from Windows, CE, .NET and other technologies. In fact, one program being discussed in Redmond would enable developers access to certain Windows source through a smart card. There is even a "community collaboration" process being reviewed, where Microsoft will launch online newsgroups for support and advice. Much of this "opening" of software will be managed by Microsoft's Shared Source Initiative. Integration Developer News spoke with Jason Matesow, program manager for Microsoft's SSI, to get more details on how Microsoft's "open" software plans might affect developers.

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P2P Tools Target Microsoft Office Data Sharing, Integration

Moves by Microsoft and competing ISVs seem to be setting the stage to bring web services-type data sharing to desktop applications. Learn more about the latest P2P sharing technologies to help enterprise developers build programs enabling end users to more easily access and share Microsoft Office files (in Word, Excel and Access).

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Microsoft Ponders Full Reuse License for CE, Rotor Work

Microsoft licensing execs may soon allow developers to truly profit from the work they do cleaning up and improving Microsoft's CE and Rotor code, the head of Microsoft's Shared Source program Jason Matusow told Integration Developer News. Learn how you might profit from Microsoft's plan to launch a "non-commercial derivative license" program for CE and Rotor.

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Sun Gets Aggressive on J2EE Front with App Server, IDE

In the wake of the SunNetworks 2002 event, Sun Microsystems software engineers are putting final touches on a multi-platform version of their Sun ONE application server (formerly iPlanet). Downloads for Linux, Windows and Solaris (on SPARC) will be available in beta this week, with versions for Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX and IBM's AIX available in 90 days. Sun also wants to improve their IDEs -- both commercial Sun ONE Studio (formerly Forte) and the Open Source NetBeans toolset -- to make it easier for non-J2EE developers to get up to speed with app server development. See the roadmap.

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SharpDevelop Open Source C# Toolkit Upgrade Available

A free Open Source IDE for C# and VB.NET projects called #develop (SharpDevelop) launches a free upgrade to its toolkit this week, which developers can download beginning September 22. The free toolkit makes writing C# code simpler by providing developers several key features, including a syntax-highlighting editor, auto-generator for VB.NET and C# code, and identifying compilation errors in source code. IDN spoke with #develop developer Christoph Wille to get a rundown of the features and improvements.

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Eclipse Moves Beyond J2EE; Eyes End-to-End "Plug-Ins"

Eclipse, an Open Source IDE backed by IBM and more than 25 other vendors, isn't just for J2EE developers anymore. Fueled by new IBM-contributed technologies for a plug-in, extensible framework and XML data exchange, Eclipse this month will take giant steps toward a broader, multi-platform, multi-language vision. IDN interviewed Eclipse manager Mark Erickson about the moves.

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Sun's McNealy Questions JBoss Value; Developers Respond

Sun's CEO says Open Source may be "screwing up" Java vendors' business. Read his comments, and developer replies.

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Fuse Large Scale Deployment



Reaping Cloud Rewards Without The Risks



  • Gordon Haff, Chief Evangelist for Private Cloud/Virtualization 

Open Source BPM from Red Hat



  • Phil Simpson - Product Marketing Manager JBoss Enterprise BRMS

Open Source BPM from Red Hat'



  • Phil Simpson - Product Marketing Manager JBoss Enterprise BRMS

How Open Source SOA and Integration Middleware enable easier Mobile - Cloud and BPM projects



  • Sameer Parulkar - Product Marketing Manager JBoss Enterprise Middleware

Better Business Results with Open Source Integration



  • Kenny Peeples
    JBoss Technology Evangelist

BPM Game Changers: Open Source BPM from Red Hat



Integrating Mobile, Cloud, & IoT Apps with an Open Source RESTful Backend



  • Bill Appleton - CEO & Co-Founder