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WSO2 Mashup Server: Unleashing the Power of Content

WSO2, an open source SOA provider, has combined JavaScript programming and Web services with the launch of its Mashup Server 1.0 ...

ANALYSIS

MuleSource Gets a Little Bit Commercial

MuleSource, a provider of open source service-oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructure software, has jumped into the SOA governance pool with the community release this week ofMule Galaxy 1.0 ...

OPINION

Failure to Grasp Obvious Costs Microsoft Plenty

Ever notice that Microsoft -- with cash to burn, apparently -- waits for the obvious to become inevitable and then ends up paying huge premiums for companies in order to catch up to reality? We saw it with aQuantive, Softricity and Groove Networks ...

A Finger on the Pulse of the Mobile Dev Community

MyEclipse integrated development environment (IDE) vendor Genuitec is stepping up to the general developer downloads plate to take a swing at the task of automated and managed updates, plug-ins and patches to such widespread tools as Eclipse, Android and ColdFusion ...

ESBs Finding Their Place in the Mix

Some recent Iona Technologies announcements point up the growing practice of multiple ESBs within enterprises, often associated in a federated manner, and sometimes using ESBs tasked with specific types of integration duties ...

Targeted E-Marketing: Finding the Sweet Spot

Get ready for new "controlled circulation" models on the Web, ones that target you based not on your preferences for music or soft drinks -- but on what you consume in your occupation. Think of it as B2B social networking ...

Systems Analysis Tools for an On-Demand World

The hot (albeit not necessarily sexy) segment of IT operations -- the analysis and intelligence-gathering from logs and performance management data -- is showing increasing signs of an on-demand future ...

Simplifying Global Shipping for SMBs

Dana Gardner: How do we deal with returns? We hear that for some 70 percent of international returns, there is no standard operating procedure. They're just done on an ad hoc, exception-by-exception basis Stu Marcus: The research that we have done with our customers indicates ...

SOA for Dummies

"All these things are more swift and comprehensive with SOA because you can quickly reconfigure your processes," Dana Gardner, principal analyst with Interarbor Solutions, told the E-Commerce Times. "SOA provides excellent agility." Focus on Business Services...

Wooing B2B Buyers: The Search Is Far From Over

Join Gord Hotchkiss, president and CEO of Enquiro, and Bryan Burdick, COO of ZoomInfo, with moderation by myself, Dana Gardner, for a deep dive on B2B search trends and analysis View the video podcast here, as Flash, or here, in QuickTime format....

OPINION

Too Much Hype Surrounding SOA?

Dana Gardner: So, you're saying that webMethods is ahead of its time, and Software AG might be behind the times, and so together they are going to be on time? This smacks of a good sales and channel matchup, and they might run webMethods as a subsidiary for some time. Then the...

OPINION

New Market Demand for ‘Integration as a Service’

Take SOA (service-oriented architecture) and SaaS (Software as a Service) to their natural maturation and adding more interoperability and integration into the online services mix becomes inevitable. When standardized services come from a variety of sources, then a variety of means to connect them makes more sense too ...

OPINION

UPS Offers Wireless Tracking via SMS

As wireless communications technology becomes embedded in the lifestyles of consumers -- led by the younger generations that have always known it -- small businesses are seeking ways to catch the mobile wave ...

OPINION

An Open Source SOA Strategy for Enterprise Service Buses

Dana Gardner: I've been impressed with the fact that SOA is creating early on an environment in which open source products are, in a sense, defining feature sets and approaches. In the past, we saw commercial products establish niches and define infrastructure areas that then became areas that open source products might pursue...

OPINION

Building a Better SOA Architect

Dana Gardner: An SOA architect needs to like a city planner, looking at all the resources and infrastructure and how the entire community comes together, managing constituencies and political relationships, whereas an IT architect might have a smaller role John Bell: When they...

OPINION

Sun’s ‘Pay as You Drink’ Service

Before the end of the year, Sun Microsystems will follow the lead of Amazon and Microsoft in providing a "pay as you drink" applications hosting service that provides a lifecycle approach to new Web application development and deployment ...

OPINION

A Sneak Peek at IBM’s Jazz Collaboration App

IBM helped the Eclipse Foundation score a huge hit with the Eclipse development framework and community. Now the software engineering target is even higher, but the methods and approaches are similar ...

OPINION

Microsoft vs. Open Source: Military Moves

SCO failed, so now Microsoft has to do the heavy lifting itself to undermine open source software's legitimacy. Actually, Microsoft prefers to undermine Red Hat's legitimacy. Or Open-Xchange's. Or your company's ...

OPINION

The Serious Synergy Between SOA and Open Source

Analyst and fellow blogger Joe McKendrick beat me to the punch on the interesting findings from a recent Unisys-sponsored survey by Forrester Research on open source use in enterprises. The bits on SOA (service-oriented architecture) were particularly revealing, and add more grist to the mill of evidence building around the compelling economics that bind open source products and SOA activities...

Time for App Development to Get Real

Many people have defined software development as more art than science -- sometimes even a dark art. That's why the business side of an enterprise is often perplexed by the application lifecycle management (ALM) process. They see what goes in as requirements, and see what comes out as functionality -- but they often don't understand what takes place in between...

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