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Zephyr Brings Power of the Cloud to Better Integrate Tooling for Continuous Testing & DevOps

Zephyr has launched ZAPI in the Cloud, an add-in module to extend its flagship Zephyr for JIRA test management offering to help teams manage all aspects of their testing lifecycle.  ZAPI in the Cloud provides REST API-level integrations better support continuous testing and DevOps. 

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Datapipe’s Trebuchet Platform Aims to Simplify Rapid and Continuous Deployment & Monitoring for Cloud Apps

Managed cloud service provider Datapipe is looking to speed up cloud deployment of enterprise apps with Trebuchet, a new platform to promote easy continuous deployment, monitoring, and security.

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Cape Clear: 2006 ESBs Gain Interop, Tools

In 2006, Enterprise Service Buses will begin playing a much more strategic role in more enterprise integration projects, including SOA, thanks largely to better interoperability between Java and .NET ESBs, as well as better tools. That's the view of David Clarke, the co-founder of Cape Clear, a leading ESB provider who has committed to donate its XML, WSDL and BPEL tooling technologies for ESB to Eclipse. IDN speaks with Cape Clear's Clarke for a clearer look at ESBs for SOA in 2006.

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Does Eclipse Need New Wave of SOA Tools?

Iona has proposed an SOA Tooling Platform project for Eclipse. The goal is to provide devs a top-level SOA tooling framework to increase productivity and cut complexity. IDN looks at Iona's plan for helping Java devs improve their SOA design, build and test procedures.

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Java ORM Data Mapping Eclipse Plug-in Due

A new Eclipse plug-in will soon be released that looks to speed up how Java/J2EE devs can map their applications code to underlying SQL databases. See why the JSR220-ORM Project lead says that object-relational mapping technologies are the "last missing piece" for getting rid of the pain Java/J2EE devs face when building complex apps.

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Java Interop “Critical,” Says Eclipse Exec

Eclipse Executive Director Mike Milinkovich says that Java interoperability with other languages, including XML and .NET, will be key to Java's continued enterprise success. But, in an interview with IDN, Milinkovich stated that Eclipse will remain focused on developer tooling issues -- and not take up any interoperability solutions that might stray into "runtime' technologies.

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