Content tagged with Services Oriented
posted in August 2008
Mozilla's 'Ubiquity,' A Command Line For Web 2.0
News  |  8/26/2008  | 
The goal is to make it easier to combine data in the Web browser and allow users to define their own commands, like macros than span applications.
IBM Upgrades Master Data Management and Data Quality Products
News  |  8/18/2008  | 
Product Information Management and Information Server enhancements aimed at getting data right, matching names, standardizing terms and doing business around the globe.
Report Warns Of Data Warehouse 'Bottleneck' In Real-Time Analytics
News  |  8/18/2008  | 
In a report entitled "Really Urgent Analytics: The Sweet Spot for Real-Time Data Warehousing," Forrester advises intelligence and knowledge management professionals to familiarize themselves with the various approaches for adapting a data warehouse to meet real-time requirements, and, if necessary, consider bypassing the data warehouse altogether.
Sun Opens Java ME Tools To Developers
News  |  8/15/2008  | 
Sun, which also launched an incubator project, said its Lightweight UI Toolkit for its Java ME platform will be offered under the GPLv2 license.
Effective SOA Requires Intermediaries
Features  |  8/13/2008  | 
ESB, design-time governance, runtime management, and XML security gateways are must-haves for SOA. Or are they?
Microsoft Upgrades .NET Framework, Visual Studio
News  |  8/11/2008  | 
Microsoft product unit manager Shanku Niyogi said in an interview that developers will see a "significant increase" in the scalability of .Net applications written for both client and server.
A Simpler Approach To SOA
Features  |  8/7/2008  | 
Web-oriented architectures are easier to implement and offer a similar flexibility to SOA.
Ready Or Not, Here Comes SaaS
News  |  8/4/2008  | 
Saugatuck Technology says SaaS is spreading throughout the enterprise, "whether the vendors -- or their offerings -- are ready to support and deliver what users want."

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