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SOA products for September 2009

Several products and product upgrades for SOA, including a platform design to integrate applications and an array of performance testing tools, were released in September.

Several products and product upgrades for SOA, including a platform design to integrate applications and an array...

of performance testing tools, were released in September.

Database developer Embarcadero Technologies released RAD Studio 2010. The software integrates the latest versions of Delphi C++ Builder and Delphi Prism, and is designed to assist developers in creating interactive touch and gesture-based interfaces for new or existing applications within a Windows environment or .NET framework.

InterSystems added new features to Ensemble, a platform designed to integrate applications and establish an ESB or SOA infrastructure.

SaaS provider Gomez performed a platform-wide update to its Web load testing, Web performance management and Web cross-browsing testing tools.

The beta for Sybase's PowerBuilder 12, a program that converts Win32 code to the .NET framework, is now available.

Seagull Software released LegaSuite Integration V5.2, which fully-integrates with IBM CICS Transaction Server for z/OS. Other features include support for event driven architecture, Atom feeds from CICS TS V4.1 and plug-ins to CICS Explorer.

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