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In this session Frank Cohen will introduce the technologies that go into a SOA development stack, including composite applications, application servers, ESBs, Master Data Management, registry/epository, XML parsers, Workflow engines, databases, and protocols. Called the Base Computing ...
According to Gartner, 80 percent of data transfer is done via FTP. A time-consuming and unreliable process born from the mainframe, FTP regularly impacts e-commerce and supply chain orders and processes, unnecessarily disrupting business and jeopardizing revenue. ESB alleviates the lat...
As companies embrace SOA and begin breaking apart monolithic applications, the question of how to control and secure access becomes mission critical. How do you take advantage of the flexibility inherent in a SOA while ensuring that component services are properly secured and managed t...
Two trends in applications architecture - AJAX RIA on the client side and service-orientation on the server side - are enabling powerful enterprise solutions that can be leveraged in diverse business environments. In this session, Michael Peachy will use real-world case studies to demo...
The integration approaches of today's content management systems, where solutions are individually programmed against each of the proprietary APIs, cannot scale and the Enterprise Content management (ECM) industry is answering that call through the development of standardized programmi...
The landscape of Web Services, and the shape of the SOA Infrastructure is changing. Widespread adoption of SOA concepts has gripped the attention of IT organizations worldwide, causing most to charge headfirst into strategic architecture and planning efforts that will have their long r...
To deliver quality SOA applications, enterprises need to focus their efforts on complete, collaborative, and continuous testing. The continuous aspect of testing is of specific importance due to the perpetual changes that occur as services evolve. Continuous testing is essential not on...
This session will dive straight into the middle of a real-world open source SOA implementations, showing how all the facets of how the SOA Big Rules are attained within the solution. This will cover an in-depth walkthrough, by example and demos, of: How to implement large XML Schema-dr...
There is much talk about policy and governance and in many organizations, governance by fiat is the norm. Some end users refer to it as 'management by showing the door,' or 'my way or the highway' management. As SOA expands beyond the scope of IT and into business federations, life-cyc...
This presentation will demonstrate a fully integrated and secured service-oriented architecture (SOA) using WebSphere Process Server, WebSphere ESB, WebSphere Message Broker, WebSphere MQ, Workplace Forms, WebSphere Portal and Tivoli Access Manager - all integrated together. We will ex...
We expect a lot from SOA. We want business agility to support growth, attention to customers and efficient, collaborative operations. But you can't expect what you don't inspect. Composite applications that are constantly changing call for a new testing paradigm to assure that business...
'Services' are everywhere, from internally focused SOAs to public services from Federal Express, eBay, Amazon and Google. But there's no 'User' in 'SOA'. And delivering services to business users can get harder when enterprise application requirements for security and availability are ...
Java expert Mark Hansen provides a practical introduction to using Java Web services and AJAX to implement SOA. Mark covers creating, deploying, and invoking Web services that can be composed into loosely coupled SOA applications. He begins by reviewing the 'big picture,' including the...
The confluence of several mature architectural paradigms with new user-centric paradigms will drive the next generation of IT. Next-generation IT will be based on the combination of model-driven architecture and service-oriented architecture applied to applications, information deliver...
Complex Event Processing software provides the foundation for making an SOA event-driven. CEP software in an SOA environment offers re-usable processing and analysis services that are available for all applications to leverage. This approach de-couples event processing logic from the b...
British Telecom Openreach Portal is one of new breed open-source portal platforms that have embraced new and futuristic technologies to provide an unparalleled service to end customers. BT Openreach Portal provides the facility for UK-based communication providers (CPs) to manage and s...
Apache Tuscany provides an open source services infrastructure for building SOA. It's based on the widely supported Service Component Architecture (SCA) specification. With the Tuscany implementation of SCA, application developers can easily create or reuse services in different langua...
It's time to get busy. With WS-BPEL 2.0, the SOA community now has a robust, pervasive orchestration standard. Using BPEL, it's fast and easy to integrate service endpoints and deliver high-powered composite applications. Learn how organizations are putting BPEL to work to drive real v...
Users of financial data, including investors, analysts, financial institutions, and regulators, will learn how to receive, compare, and analyze data much more efficiently via the XBRL standard. A key component of the XBRL Solution is a visual mashup layer; the dynamic visual display an...
Service-oriented architecture concepts have been around for a while and all of the benefits and promises it offers look good on paper. The complexity of implementing and deploying SOA in large enterprises is, however, often overlooked. The problems get further exacerbated when trying t...
As a small start-up, Interface21 has developed a large, loyal community around the Spring Framework and Spring Portfolio projects. Venture capitalists have invested millions in open source companies and large vendors like IBM and BEA have spent millions of dollars attempting to crank u...
You wouldn't know it, but virtualization has been around for quite some time. Virtually everything in the IT space has some notion of virtualization associated with it from microprocessors, to networks, to storage, and, finally, to servers. But, have you noticed that many of these are ...
Hal Stern lays out thought-provoking possibilities, constraints, and some key social and technological implications of Web-next, open source and virtualization for data & application development, security & identity.
The two biggest trends affecting IT today are SOA and open source. Many developers and architects are looking to speed adoption of SOA by leveraging open source. Because both SOA and open source offer long-term reductions in cost coupled with an increase in flexibility and innovation, ...
With SOA, companies are deploying a new class of increasingly complex, mission-critical applications. SOA allows quick changes and reactions to business needs. But this flexibility comes with a cost - the inability to effectively manage production application performance. Companies nee...
Lost in the hype around Web 2.0 and AJAX is the fact that your visually attractive Web 2.0 application actually needs to do something useful. In this session we'll illustrate an AJAX application generated from XML-based models. Given that standards-based starting point, we'll illustrat...
IONA Technologies has released a new version of its FUSE family of open source SOA products and updates to the FUSE community. The FUSE products are IONA's tested and certified releases of SOA Open Source projects at the Apache Software Foundation. IONA selects specific releases from e...
ClearApp announced support for Oracle SOA Suite with the latest version of its flagship ASM solution, QuickVision 7.5. The product's support of Oracle SOA Suite can provide customers a top-down topology of their SOA applications across heterogeneous platforms. From this unique visual m...
IONA Technologies announced updates to IONA Artix, the company's advanced SOA infrastructure suite. With Artix, IONA offers Global 2000 customers an alternative to centralized and proprietary middleware stacks. The Artix suite includes, Artix Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Artix Registr...
Composite Software announced that the U.S. Army has selected its Composite Information Server to play an integral role in the Army's data integration infrastructure. The U.S. Army plans to create a data services layer within its service-oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructure, to fe...
Over the past half century, IT has provided enormous value as a tool for improving enterprise efficiency. This will continue to be an essential role for IT. However, IT will provide even greater value in the future by serving as a tool for enabling sustainable innovation within and acr...
SunGard announced the launch of the next generation of its Apsys core banking solution for private banks and wealth management firms. Apsys has now been enhanced to offer higher performance, scalability, advanced business processes and front-to-back-office functionality for larger priv...
Software AG announced that Bossini Enterprises has implemented the webMethods ESB from Software AG. With enhanced, company-wide access to real-time and synchronized data, Bossini can now closely monitor and manage business performance and meet business expectations. Furthermore, the us...
Serena Software has announced the availability of its Business Mashup solution for enterprises to build and deploy software applications. The Business Mashups platform includes the Mashup Composer and Mashup Server which is a runtime engine and provides security.
Compuware Corporation announced the availability of the Compuware Uniface 9.2 Application Platform Suite. This version enables IT organizations to accelerate the development and deployment of enterprise applications by extending multi- channel support to mobile devices. Uniface 9.2 als...


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