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NetBeans Day Previews EJB 3, SOA Tools

On May 15, NetBeans Day will offer devs a unique hands-on preview and progress report on a variety of cutting-edge technologies and programs including EJB 3, SOA, a new wave of refactoring techniques and the popular Matisse UI. IDN spoke with NetBeans' evangelism team manager Judith Lilienfield to get a no-nonsense preview.

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Information Builders Marries Ajax, BI

Information Builders is marrying Ajax to its line of WebFocus business integration platform to provide a thin-client approach to custom business reporting. The technology, announced this week, will be available later this year. IDN takes a quick peek and how BI and Ajax may push business demand for both among end users, creating new dev opportunities.

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ActiveBPEL Rapidly Adds Enterprise Upgrades

An upgraded ActiveBPEL Business Process Execution Language engine is now available for free download. Upgrade features include support for XQuery, JavaScript and support for direct invocation of another BPEL process. And a host of WS-* support is nearby. IDN takes a look at the new features and provides links to code and documentation.

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Information Builders Marries Ajax, BI

Information Builders is marrying Ajax to its line of WebFocus business integration platform to provide a thin-client approach to custom business reporting. The technology, announced this week, will be available later this year. IDN takes a quick peek and how BI and Ajax may push business demand for both among end users, creating new dev opportunities.

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ActiveBPEL Rapidly Adds Enterprise Upgrades

An upgraded ActiveBPEL Business Process Execution Language engine is now available for free download. Upgrade features include support for XQuery, JavaScript and support for direct invocation of another BPEL process. And a host of WS-* support is nearby. IDN takes a look at the new features and provides links to code and documentation.

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Artix 4.0 Takes a Bite Our of MOM Costs

Artix 4.0, the ESB upgrade from Iona, takes another step forward in its vision to craft a set of plumbing, framework, and tools to let enterprise IT easily share services end-to-end across multiple platforms -- including J2EE-to-.NET, J2EE app servers, proprietary middlewares and even to the mainframe. IDN looks at the Artix 4.0 upgrade features getting user attention.

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ALM Expo Explores Apps Lifecycle Trends, Tools

ESBs, SOAs and even traditional next-gen software are all driving IT professionals to get more agile in how they design, build, deploy and maintain their applications. ALM Expo, held May 23-25, is a free online event, will discuss the latest ALM technologies and help devs and CM experts ride the wave of new career opportunities. IDN takes a preview.

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Survey: ESBs, SOAs Enpower Integration Devs

A recent survey by the Butler Group is finding that ESB/SOA capabilities to allow services, data and business logic to more easily interact is changing the tone of BPM and EAI discussions. And, while the survey finds increased willingness to invest in ESBs/SOA, that trend may not float all boats. IDN takes a quick look at the study.

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Survey: ESBs, SOAs Enpower Integration Devs

A recent survey by the Butler Group is finding that ESB/SOA capabilities to allow services, data and business logic to more easily interact is changing the tone of BPM and EAI discussions. And, while the survey finds increased willingness to invest in ESBs/SOA, that trend may not float all boats. IDN takes a quick look at the study.

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Sonic ESB 7.0 Adds SOA Lifecycle Tooling

Sonic Software is preparing to release Sonic ESB 7.0, an Enterprise Service Bus upgrade designed to simplify development, deployment and change management. Sonic's ESB 7.0 targets these issues by adding an Eclipse-based tools workbench, and approaches to enhance reliability and visibility of SOA projects - in the design phase and live. IDN speaks with Sonic CTO Dan Foody about the upgrades.

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IT Support for Geronimo J2EE Heats Up

Covalent Technologies' CEO Mark Brewer spoke with IDN about the trends his is seeing in Geronimo adoption and use among larger corporate IT shops. To date, Covalent has some 400 commercial clients using Apache, Tomcat and AXIS throughout their enterprise. It turns out, Geronimo is not just less expensive than commercial J2EE solutions, it is also less complicated. And, users like both.

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Oracle Registry Brings Order to SOA Services

Oracle's just-released OracleAS Service Registry provides IT (and even business and polcy analysts) a better way to search, publish, categorize and discover their firm's growing inventory of SOA services. IDN speaks with an OracleAS Service Registry technical exec to examine how a Service Registry can put cross-team SOA projects on the same page.

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