Content tagged with Services Oriented
posted in July 2008
Thomson Reuters Replaces IM Software To Avert Wall Street Disruption
News  |  7/31/2008  | 
A U.S. District Court Judge ruled the firm had to stop using its FaceTime instant messaging after failing to make a final payment to the contractor that provided it.
HP, Intel, Yahoo Join Government, Academia In Cloud Computing Research
News  |  7/29/2008  | 
Each of the founding members will host a cloud-computing infrastructure largely based on HP computers and Intel processors in six data centers.
Cast Iron Beefs Up Data Integration Appliance
News  |  7/28/2008  | 
The iA4000 is an upgrade and replacement of the iA3000 appliance. New data migration capabilities include data conversion and profiling tools to accelerate software-as-a-service use.
Get Ready For Google Gadget Malware
News  |  7/25/2008  | 
At Black Hat, RSnake is expected to demonstrate a zero-day vulnerability that allows for information theft, spoofing, and authentication issues.
VMware Counters Microsoft, Will Make ESXi Hypervisor Free
News  |  7/22/2008  | 
New CEO Paul Maritz, who took over the CEO reins from Diane Greene in an abrupt changeover July 8, timed the ESXi announcement with VMware's 2Q earnings report.
Esquire First Publication To Use Electronic Ink
News  |  7/22/2008  | 
Owner Hearst said the 75th anniversary issue will feature a cover across which various words and images will scroll, news-ticker style.
Metastorm Upgrades Business Process Discovery Tool
News  |  7/20/2008  | 
Discovery Version 6.4 introduces wireless data collection, better reporting capabilities and tighter integration with Metastorm's modeling tool ProVision.
Citrix Tools Show Virtualization Isn’t All About The Hypervisor
News  |  7/17/2008  | 
The free tools focus on the OVF standard, which should give IT managers more flexibility in deploying virtual machines.
Coke Exploits Collaboration Technology To Keep Brand Relevant
Features  |  7/17/2008  | 
Product "pipeline" application offers insight on brand introductions; standardizing business processes will help smooth supply chain.
Next Gen JBoss App Server Appears As Early Release Code
News  |  7/7/2008  | 
With the re-engineering, JBoss Application Server may take on distinct personalities, since the core microkernel has been stripped down to essentials.
Google Releases 'Protocol Buffers' Data Language
News  |  7/7/2008  | 
Google's documentation claims that Protocol Buffers are 3 to 10 times smaller than comparable XML files and can be parsed 20 to 100 times faster.
Three Startups To Solve SaaS Integration Problems
News  |  7/3/2008  | 
Boomi, SnapLogic, and Cast Iron are rolling out new offerings designed to help companies integrate software running in the cloud with onsite software.
Oracle Outlines Roadmap For BEA Acquisition's Products
News  |  7/1/2008  | 
BEA's WebLogic will become Oracle's strategic application server and will undergo very little reengineering, Oracle president Charles Phillips said.


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