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  • BEA, Oracle user survey results

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 30 Jun 2008
  • 431 total responses 1. Which BEA products do you use? (check all that apply) Weblogic application server--94.90% Weblogic portal--27.84% Other Weblogic portal—12.06% Aqualogic service design and ...

  • SOA acquisition week: Progress adds Mindreef

    Heather Clancy 27 Jun 2008
  • You wouldn't know the mergers and acquisitions market on Wall Street was in the doldrums if you were just watching Progress Software Corp. this week. First, Progress snapped up IonaTechnologies ...

  • BEA, Oracle users quiz

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 23 Jun 2008
  • Next Tuesday Oracle will announce its plans for how it intends to integrate BEA inside its corporate walls. While we probably won't get too many specific product roadmaps, we should get an idea of ...

  • Sun and SOA: Too much Java and not enough open source?

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 11 Jun 2008
  • Dan Blankenhorn at ZDNet has posted some provocative thoughts about the Java CAPS 6.0 SOA suite announcement from Sun Microsystems. His basic take is that Sun fails to live up to its self-generated ...

  • Bill Gates shakes up SOA - Oslo embraces UML

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 09 Jun 2008
  • It hasn't received much attention in SOA circles yet, but last week Bill Gates broke what might be the biggest news Microsoft has made in the SOA space since the debut of .NET. At the TechEd ...

  • Dojo for Ajax gets enterprise push from Nexaweb

    Heather Clancy 03 Jun 2008
  • Can a free open source Ajax toolkit handle enterprise applications? That's the question Nexaweb Technologies Inc. is hoping to answer in the affirmative with today's announcement that it ...

  • Having trouble with SOA? Pay attention to the architecture

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 02 Jun 2008
  • There are some anecdotal claims out there in cyberspace that some companies are struggling with SOA. Mind you, we never really hear who these companies are or much about the details of what kind of ...

  • Technology lock-in, SOA and Magyarsoft

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 27 May 2008
  • Our sister site, TheServerSide.com, has an interesting post on a kerfuffle between Microsoft and some Hungarian students who are angered that the company has bought the nation's technology ...

  • Look who’s using SOA

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 19 May 2008
  • We at SearchSOA.com have a number of SOA user stories in the works at the moment and it strikes me that we could just about churn out a case study a day at this point in time. Last month at the IBM ...

  • SOA Software seeks governance dominance

    Heather Clancy 12 May 2008
  • SOA Software Inc. says its acquisition of LogicLibrary Inc., announced today, creates "a dominant Integrated SOA governance automation company." The two companies were both rated as leaders in ...

  • SOA experts, we’ve got ‘em

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 12 May 2008
  • Pro wrestling legend Rowdy Roddy Piper immortalized the words "Just when they think they've got the answers, I change the questions." Now we at SearchSOA.com are asking you to do the same thing, ...

  • Java EE 6 needs SCA, SAP architect says

    Heather Clancy 09 May 2008
  • Java EE 6, now in the development stage, needs to embrace the service component architecture (SCA) specification, argues Sanjay Patil, standards architect at SAP AG. The Java Community Process Web ...

  • JavaOne report: Apache Tuscany, can SOA be this easy?

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 08 May 2008
  • In front of a packed room of a few hundred developers at the 2008 JavaOne conference yesterday, IBM's Jean-Sebastien Delfino gave a presentation of the Apache Tuscany project, an open source ...

  • JavaOne: Sun seeks digital life

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 06 May 2008
  • If serverside developers and enterprise architects were left feeling forgotten by last year's JavaOne conference, then they'll be feeling positively orphaned by this year's major keynote address. ...

  • What’s next for Java? Take a look at GlassFish.

    George Crump - Storage Switzerland 04 May 2008
  • I'm heading out to the JavaOne conference this week and it struck me that Java has had a very quiet year. Two years ago Sun launched Java EE 5 and almost immediately analysts began to call it a ...

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