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Survey: .NET, Java in SOA Horserace

An August survey from Evans Data Corp. finds a real .NET-vs-Java horserace for SOA dev platform supremacy. A recent surge in corporate use of Java and Open Source is dramatically closing the earlier .NET lead. Also, there are indications that many are still in transition from simple web services to full-fledged SOA. What else goes on?

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Survey: .NET, Java in SOA Horserace

An August survey from Evans Data Corp. finds a real .NET-vs-Java horserace for SOA dev platform supremacy. A recent surge in corporate use of Java and Open Source is dramatically closing the earlier .NET lead. Also, there are indications that many are still in transition from simple web services to full-fledged SOA. What else goes on?

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OASIS Bears Down on ‘Last Mile’ SCA Specs

Many top names in SOA -- IBM, BEA, Oracle, Progress Software and others - say it is time to develop a fuller suite of specs for Service Component Architecture (SCA). OASIS is taking up the charge by forming 6 new committees to create test plans, test cases, and scenarios for important last-mile specs. IDN takes a look.

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Nexaweb: Blending the Best of SOA, Web 2.0

Nexaweb Technologies, an innovator in the emerging Enterprise 2.0 space, recently launched a new program for blending Enterprise Web 2.0 and SOA. Called Web2SOA, the program aims to give architects and devs the tools and techniques they need to speed up delivery of cool, reliable, valuable and governable Enterprise Web 2.0 and SOA apps. IDN takes a look with Nexaweb's Chief Architect

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Sun: Fresh Java, Communities for JavaOne in '07

The Java platform and communities have been for quite a ride the last 12 months: Updates for Java, support for Open Source dynamic scripting, growing mojo for AJAX and Web 2.0 apps -- and even Open Sourcing of Java. As we begin JavaOne 2007, IDN talks to Jean Elliott, Senior Director of Sun's Java Software Product Marketing, about the new face of Java and its communities.

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GT Software: Servicizing for Green Screens

GT Software, a provider of mainframe modernization tools, has upgraded its Ivory Service Architect to enable batch systems to leverage CICS, IMS, and Web services. Ivory Service Architect version 3.3 is an integrated toolset that lets devs rapidly assemble Web services from mainframe assets, and quick let mainframe apps consume external Web services. IDN speaks with a GT exec about the new tools.

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VoiceObjects: Phone App Servers for SAP

In a sign that a phone application server may be the next big trend in the enterprise build-outs, SAP is integrating VoiceObjects Technology's phone server technology into SAP NetWeaver. The move will enable users to use phones to access and update SAP applications. IDN speaks with VoiceObjects CTO about the SAP partnership, and trends for voice and phone apps in the enterprise.

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Ipedo: Unifies XML, SQL for XQuery

Earlier this year, Ipedo launched a major enhancement to its XQuery Views capability in Ipedo XIP to provide corporations deeper insight into their corporate data and content held in Oracle, IBM and Microsoft data stores. The Ipedo upgrade is among the first to follow W3C's adoption of XQuery 1.0 as a formal standard. IDN speak with Ipedo CEO Nick Zhang about Ipedo's new capabilities and the promise of XQuery.

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Ipedo: Unifies XML, SQL for XQuery

Earlier this year, Ipedo launched a major enhancement to its XQuery Views capability in Ipedo XIP to provide corporations deeper insight into their corporate data and content held in Oracle, IBM and Microsoft data stores. The Ipedo upgrade is among the first to follow W3C's adoption of XQuery 1.0 as a formal standard. IDN speak with Ipedo CEO Nick Zhang about Ipedo's new capabilities and the promise of XQuery.

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Enterprise Ajax + SOA = User-Driven IT

Alone, SOA and Ajax both promise considerable payback to IT, but combined the two technologies are two sides of the same coin enabling a new class of Web-based applications called Rich Enterprise Applications or REAs. John Crupi and Chris Warner from JackBe discuss uses for REA and how this new platform expands the power of both Ajax and SOA.

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Enterprise Ajax + SOA = User-Driven IT

Alone, SOA and Ajax both promise considerable payback to IT, but combined the two technologies are two sides of the same coin enabling a new class of Web-based applications called Rich Enterprise Applications or REAs. John Crupi and Chris Warner from JackBe discuss uses for REA and how this new platform expands the power of both Ajax and SOA.

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Survey: Job-Hunting? You Have 10 Minutes

If you're hunting for a new job, you've only got 10 minutes to make your best impression, according to a survey from Robert Half Finance and Accounting, one of the world's best-known recruiting firms. IDN looks at the survey and reveals the top 5 questions asked in the first 10 minutes.

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