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XAware Upgrades Open Source Data Integration Software

XAware Inc. is shipping an upgrade to its open source data integration software. XAware 5.1 improves the ability to create and manage composite data services for SOA, RIA and Software as a Service apps.

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IBM Rolls Out 'Mobile Web 2.0’ Tools and Apps

IBM's Rational and WebSphere units are shipping tools and features for mobile devices to let devs more easily buiild apps that let co-workers and consumers connect and socialize while on the go, as if they were at their PCs.

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DataDirect Boosts Mainframe Integration with SOA

DataDirect Technologies, a data connectivity and mainframe integration unit of Progress Software, is using SOA technologies to boost performance for its mainframe integration suite, DataDirect Shadow 7.0. Early benchmarks are in, and results are eye-popping.

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First Oracle/BEA Combo Middleware Offering Ships

Oracle and BEA Systems enterprise users this week got their first glimpse of life-after-BEA as Oracle released its first product effort to combine technologies from Oracle Fusion Middle and BEA's WebLogic.

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Red Hat, Infogain Team Up for Enterprise JBoss Use

Infogain Corp., a provider of open source products and services, and commercial Linux and middleware provider Red Hat have teamed up to expand JBoss services and supprot for business-critical enterprise use.

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SL Corp. Uses Web 2.0, AJAX for Real-Time Monitors

SL Corp.'s latest version of its RTView real-time monitoring analytics, and visualization software adds Web 2.0 and AJAX for real-time visibility and better performance.

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HP Expands Virtualization, OpenLDAP for Data Centers

HP is expanding open source options for mission-critical data center operations based on Linux, OpenLDAP and popular open virtualization technologies. Features include high-availability clustering, disaster tolerance and data management.

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‘High Performance on Wall Street’ in New York, Sept. 22

On September 22 in New York, the top names in high-performance computing will gather during High Performance on Wall Street. Execs from Microsoft, IBM, HP, Novell, Cisco, Red Hat, and others will discuss how HPC is helping Wall Street with SOA, virtualization, cloud computing and even real-time analytics and business models.

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Quantros Sticks with BEA Weblogic 10 for Web 2.0 Features

One healthcare solution provider says BEA WebLogic 10's support for Web 2.0 is reason enough to stick with BEA for now. Word of Quantros support for BEA follows Oracle's detailed post-buyout BEA roadmap revealed last month.

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IBM: ILOG Acquisition Benefits Key SOA, BPM Offerings

An IBM exec says its ILOG purcahse will strengthen 3 key areas of its SOA and BPM porfolio -- Business Rules, Optimization and Virtualization. Watch for ILOG's impact in IBM WebSphere, Tivoli and Lotus product lines, IBM says.

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MLB Says Web 2.0 Will Improve Baseball -- On Field and Off

Major League Baseball will be using Web 2.0 technologies from IBM to improve baseball - both on and off the field. MLB execs have plans to use Web 2.0 to help umpires, cut counterfeits, and bolster security for players and fans at all 30 baseball parks.

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HP, Intel and Yahoo Embark on PaaS, ‘Cloud’ Research

HP, Intel Corp. and Yahoo Inc. are working with worldwide government research agencies on a next-gen 'Open Source' test bed to advance cloud computing technologies, including Platform as a Service. The project will remove many financial and logistical barriers to multi-partner research.

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