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IT Spending Moving from CYA to SOA

A new report from Financial Insights claims that while IT spending is still dominated by concerns over regulatory compliance, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, a change in coming. Over the next two years there will be a shift toward migrating legacy architectures to SOA, and shoring up their data - through management and security projects.

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Survey: IT Pay Outlook Mixed for '06

Despite signs that new high-tech projects, such as SOA and web services, are gaining steam, salaries may have peaked for many IT professionals. Take a look at the Enterprise Systems 2005 IT Salary Survey, and see the signs it points to for '06.

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Survey: IT Pay Outlook Mixed for '06

Despite signs that new high-tech projects, such as SOA and web services, are gaining steam, salaries may have peaked for many IT professionals. Take a look at the Enterprise Systems 2005 IT Salary Survey, and see the signs it points to for '06.

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IT Spending Moving from CYA to SOA

A new report from Financial Insights claims that while IT spending is still dominated by concerns over regulatory compliance, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, a change in coming. Over the next two years there will be a shift toward migrating legacy architectures to SOA, and shoring up their data - through management and security projects.

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Sonic Suggests ESB Definition to Ease Chaos

The ESB sector is quickly becoming rife with confusion. And, while there is growing consensus among vendors (and end users) than an ESB is supposed to provide a mediation layer between legacy and SOA resources, there are devils in the details. Sonic Software has put its ESB Definition into the marketplace, and execs say the document lays out ESB hallmarks architects and devs should look for.

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Microsoft, JBoss Co-op To Gain Mo’ in 2006

Microsoft and JBoss will work together on a range of interop projects throughout 2006, with an aim to better tie J2EE and Hibernate in with Windows and .NET platforms. IDN outlines the 2006 Microsoft/JBoss work, which picks up speed in the wake of JBoss' latest enhancement to JEMS middleware stack, which has a strong focus on enabling J2EE connects to .NET.

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Evans Dev Survey Identifies SOA, Interop Trends

Evans Data Corp. has released its bi-annual look at trends among enterprise developers and architects. The Evans' Fall 2005 North American Developer Survey found provocative trends on three key integration trends - web services (may have peaked), SOA (optimistic but very patient) and Java-to.NET interop (quite a split). IDN takes a look at Evans findings for these topics, which come from more than 400 interviews.

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IBM Brings G1000 Insights to SOA Best Practices

IBM's best integration experts have collaborated on an innovative, how-to-get-started book for SOA. Service-Oriented Architecture Compass, draws from dozens of real-world SOA engagements. The end result: readers gain insight into some valuable SOA lifecycle lessons - from brainstorming, design, pilot and implementations. IDN talks with the authors, who hope to bring direction to SOA questions of How, When and Where. (Part 1 of 2).

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Tool Uses Java APIs for Doc Integration

For those Java/J2EE devs knee-deep in document-related projects, relief may be in sight. Computhink's ViewWise 5.6 IDE assists with doc creation and management projects - especially those that need integration, compliance and secured access. See how ViewWise' support for more than 50 Java APIs can help with legacy and XML doc projects.

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Tool Uses Java APIs for Doc Integration

For those Java/J2EE devs knee-deep in document-related projects, relief may be in sight. Computhink's ViewWise 5.6 IDE assists with doc creation and management projects - especially those that need integration, compliance and secured access. See how ViewWise' support for more than 50 Java APIs can help with legacy and XML doc projects.

Full Story >

Evans Dev Survey Identifies SOA, Interop Trends

Evans Data Corp. has released its bi-annual look at trends among enterprise developers and architects. The Evans' Fall 2005 North American Developer Survey found provocative trends on three key integration trends - web services (may have peaked), SOA (optimistic but very patient) and Java-to.NET interop (quite a split). IDN takes a look at Evans findings for these topics, which come from more than 400 interviews.

Full Story >

IBM Brings G1000 Insights to SOA Best Practices

IBM's best integration experts have collaborated on an innovative, how-to-get-started book for SOA. Service-Oriented Architecture Compass, draws from dozens of real-world SOA engagements. The end result: readers gain insight into some valuable SOA lifecycle lessons - from brainstorming, design, pilot and implementations. IDN talks with the authors, who hope to bring direction to SOA questions of How, When and Where. (Part 1 of 2).

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