Red Hat JBoss SOA Platform 5.1 Goes After Enterprise Data Services
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published March 11, 2011
New product release includes data services, SOA and developer tools, including new technical previews for the next generation of SOA.
Tags: SOA, JBoss, Red Hat, Enterprise IT, Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Oracle Snaps Up SOA Specialist AmberPoint
By Larry Barrett | Article Published February 08, 2010
The acquisition-happy software juggernaut adds another piece to its ever-expanding software portfolio, picking up the privately held maker of service-oriented architecture (SOA) management applications.
Tags: Oracle, SOA, SAP, Sun Microsystems, AmberPoint
IT Career Crisis Management: Five Lucrative Areas
By Steve Andriole | Article Published September 01, 2009
Five specialties within IT that are likely to remain in demand in the years ahead.
Tags: SOA, search, vertical, IT Jobs/Salary, IT jobs
Oracle Unveils Fusion Middleware 11g
By Alex Goldman | Article Published July 01, 2009
Vendor chest-thumping aside, this release represents a gargantuan investment in software development.
Tags: open source, Oracle, SOA, services, virtualization
New Player Hopes to Shake Up Datacenter
By Alex Goldman | Article Published June 23, 2009
The new vendor AccelOps hopes to gain market share in the rush toward virtualization and cloud computing.
Tags: SOA, services, Microsoft, virtualization, VMware
Red Hat Moves JBoss to Broaden Middleware
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published May 19, 2009
Red Hat's new solution helps it broaden its open source middleware portfolio and could well bring it into more direct competition against middleware stacks from IBM and Oracle.
Tags: open source, Oracle, SOA, IBM, policy
Enterprise Software Demand to Weaken
By Richard Adhikari | Article Published December 15, 2008
Everybody will be cutting costs, but there will be some bright spots.
Tags: open source, SOA, services, virtualization, SaaS
Arms Race Continues in SOA
By Richard Adhikari | Article Published October 08, 2008
HP and IBM load up on new features while refining their focuses -- each aiming to cash in on the appeal for software-oriented architecture.
Tags: SOA, services, Blackberry, HP, handhelds
Microsoft Managed Services Engine How To: Virtualize Your SOA
By Steve Stefanovich | Article Published October 03, 2008
Use the Microsoft Managed Services Engine to manage the changes in your SOA.
Tags: SOA, services, Microsoft, virtualization, policy
Oracle's Big Show will be BEA's Coming Out Party
By Richard Adhikari | Article Published September 22, 2008
None other than Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps will join Oracle CEO Larry Ellison at the Oracle OpenWorld conference this week.
Tags: open source, Oracle, SOA, IBM, Larry Ellison
IBM's eXtreme Approach to BI, Data Streaming
By Tim Scannell | Article Published September 10, 2008
A range of product introductions are designed to leverage IBM's investment in Business Event Processing.
Tags: Linux, SOA, services, IBM, virtualization
Which Technologies are Transforming IT?
By James Maguire | Article Published August 25, 2008
Based on a survey of about 500 industry professionals, theres disagreement about which technologies are having the most impact.
Tags: SOA, Google, services, virtualization
BPM Tie-up Craze Claims IBM, Ilog
By Richard Adhikari | Article Published July 29, 2008
Big Blue and the software maker make their long partnership complete.
Tags: Oracle, SOA, services, server, IBM
Oracle, Salesforce.com Apps Now on iPhone
By Richard Adhikari | Article Published July 11, 2008
UPDATED: The iPhone edges closer to becoming an enterprise tool, but it has a long way to go.
Tags: SOA, services, wireless, iPhone, Sun Microsystems
Enterprise Unix Roundup: Sun Should Loosen Up
By Brian Proffitt | Article Published July 04, 2008
Sun is trying to be a good open source citizen, but to truly succeed it needs to let loose of the reins a bit and let open source methodology do the work.
Tags: open source, Linux, SOA, Red Hat, Sun Microsystems
Enterprise Unix Roundup: Making Good on a Promise
By Brian Proffitt | Article Published June 20, 2008
When IBM started shipping machines with Linux, people thought AIX was a goner. Or Linux soon would be marginalized. Eight years later, neither has happened, and one very positive outcome has resulted.
Tags: open source, Linux, SOA, IBM, HP
Five-Year Plan Bears Fruit for SAP
By Richard Adhikari | Article Published June 20, 2008
Software projects in the works with VMware and others.
Tags: SOA, SAP, CA, VMware, Sarbanes-Oxley
Can HP Broaden SOA's Appeal?
By Richard Adhikari | Article Published May 04, 2008
The system giant has enhanced its testing and management products to improve service-oriented architecture.
Tags: SOA, services, marketing, HP, policy
IBM's Vertical Approach to SOA
By Larry Barrett | Article Published January 13, 2008
Big Blue thinks strategic, industry-specific platforms like its Retail Integration Framework will hasten SOA adoption in the U.S.
Tags: Oracle, SOA, middleware, Microsoft, IBM