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When it comes to Content Management Solutions (CMS), 'one size' does not fit all. When considering open source CMS for a real-world client experience, it's necessary to focus on the project needs, evaluate various CMS solutions in the context of these project needs, and to explore expe...
ILOG announced ILOG JViews 8, the latest version of ILOG?s award-winning Java-based visualization suite that enhances the creation of Rich Internet Applications (RIA) and desktop applications for supervision and monitoring. ILOG JViews 8.1 introduces a new presentation layer for the Ec...
Sun Microsystems, Inc and the NetBeans community announced the availability of the award-winning NetBeans 6.0 Integrated Development Environment (IDE). NetBeans 6.0 IDE extends support beyond Java by providing a rich set of features for C/C++, JavaScript and the Ruby language, includin...
Open source has made significant inroads into middleware deployments in the enterprise. More and more, open source is being used to deliver the benefits of SOA and open source to the enterprise. This session explores where open source is getting the most traction in SOA deployments and...
Today's Web service providers must understand Quality of Service, filtering techniques and implement QOS and access list filters on their networks. A proper QOS and filtering design helps to avoid network bottlenecks caused by worm and virus infections, sudden spikes in traffic, broadb...
SOA is becoming the prevailing choice for IT enterprises and the success of this transition to an SOA is based on quality of the SOA governance solution. This session will highlight why SOA governance is crucial for the successful transition to SOA. It will also discuss how to build po...
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...
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...
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...
The two most powerful forces shaping enterprise software today are software as a service (SaaS) and open source software (OSS). Previously separate, they are now converging into a powerful 'SaaS + OSS' model destined to become the dominant business model for enterprise software. Using ...
OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, http://www.oasis-open.org) is a member-led, international, non-profit standards consortium focused on global e-business. OASIS drives the development, convergence, and adoption of e-business standards. It was ...
Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 have brought IT organizations a set of capabilities to better meet the demands of business users. However, IT needs to be proactive and build processes to enable agility and creativity, and deploy these assets with appropriate enterprise-level control. What l...
eRacks Open Source Systems announced eRacks Hosting, a new division that will consolidate its dedicated hosting and colocation services. The eRacks Hosting facilities occupy racks in multiple Tier 1 datacenters in Silicon Valley, California, where the Internet backbone and peering are ...
Spring Source, formerly known as Interface21, a provider of open source software for building and deploying mission-critical enterprise applications, announced the release of version 2.5 of the Spring Framework. With a focus on delivering enhanced annotation options, this latest releas...
In another trip down the rabbit hole to where things are odd indeed, SpikeSource, Kim Polese's open source stack operation, is going to certify all of its SpikeIgnited open source applications on Windows. In concert with Microsoft, it says. SpikeIgnited includes BI, ECM, collaboration,...


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