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  • August 17, 2010 17 Aug'10

    Oracle streamlines distributed caching with Eclipse IDE plug-in

    A major upgrade to Oracle's tools includes a plug-in for distributed caching design, Eclipse 3.6 (Helios), and GlassFish. Such tools can help usher in a new crop of highly scalable cloud computing applications.

  • October 13, 2009 13 Oct'09

    Oracle Open World: Fusion middleware on hand - users discuss integration

    At Oracle Open World, Fusion Middleware 11g emerged as a means for Oracle to integrate its diverse acquisitions.

  • July 07, 2009 07 Jul'09

    Fusion 11g integrates BEA technology, but whither OSGi?

    Ovum Analyst Tony Baer gives Oracle good marks for comprehensive integration of BEA's WebLogic, but he wonders about an apparent lack of suite-wide OSGi framework integration.

  • April 22, 2009 22 Apr'09

    Java side of Sun seen strengthened by Oracle buy

    Sun Microsystem's Java assets may have more room to grow under its new Oracle umbrella, viewers suggest. Still, others voice concern about MySQL, the open source database that would join database giant Oracle's portfolio if its $7.4-billion merger ...

  • December 08, 2008 08 Dec'08

    Web Service Test Forum launched by vendors

    IBM and Oracle lead effort to speed up Web services interoperability testing and best practices with creation of open community of vendors and their corporate customers.

  • October 24, 2008 24 Oct'08

    Oracle Coherence for XTP

    Oracle is providing more details on the latest version of the Coherence grid technology it acquired along with Tangosol, which provides XTP capabilities that integrate with the BPM platform.

  • October 24, 2008 24 Oct'08

    BPM platform updated by Oracle adding new dashboard options

    BPM and SOA may have found common ground in the executive dashboard, where business users are able to get architecture and development information faster.

  • September 29, 2008 29 Sep'08

    Oracle Application Integration Architecture targets telcos

    When is out of the box out of the box? Vendors like Oracle seek to ease vertical application integration with schemes like the Oracle Application Integration Architecture. But a major systems integrator says too much focus on off-the-shelf ...

  • September 25, 2008 25 Sep'08

    SOA runtime governance pacts for Parasoft, AmberPoint and Software AG, Progress

    SOA runtime governance tools vendors were part of some recent technology deals. Parasoft and AmberPoint announced special integration between their respective SOA quality and runtime governance tools, while SoftwareAG's webMethods Insight product ...

  • September 24, 2008 24 Sep'08

    Verizon uses BPEL app to cut down on code, check for fraud, and go green

    Verizon Wireless employed Oracle BPEL Manager with a rules engine to study call patterns. That led to a reduction in lines of Java code for an app that provides fraud detection teams with better information for decision making. It also used less ...

  • September 22, 2008 22 Sep'08

    Tibco releases Complex Event Processing (CEP) suite with new rules, query interfaces

    Complex Event Processing pioneer Tibco ups the ante with a new UI for business rules creation and a query language that pans through event streams.

  • September 03, 2008 03 Sep'08

    Oracle buys performance specialist ClearApp

    For ClearApp, maker of the QuickVision model-driven performance engine, the purchase means a powerful channel for innovative products. For Oracle it means another enhancement to its Web-and transaction-oriented management offering.

  • August 18, 2008 18 Aug'08

    Distributed processing to boost performance at online book marketplace

    AbeBooks.com manages a database of more than 110 million books via Web services links to 13,500 booksellers. That can be a complex task. The company, recently purchased by Amazon.com, opted for Oracle Fusion Middleware to achieve complex ...

  • August 11, 2008 11 Aug'08

    Oracle re-brands BEA WebLogic as its strategic server for SOA

    Oracle is moving quickly to assure BEA customers that the WebLogic Java application server has an important place in the Oracle portfolio. Oracle's TopLink object-to-relational persistence architecture will become part of the WebLogic suite.

  • July 17, 2008 17 Jul'08

    SOA complicated by ESB proliferation

    Despite technical adherence to standards, ESBs from different vendors still don't play well with others, argues John Michelsen, chief architect at iTKO Inc.

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