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  • November 28, 2012 28 Nov'12

    Meeting the growing need for apps

    IT is changing. And certain companies are going to face the changes better than others, Andy Kyte, Gartner vice president and research fellow, told a crowd at the Application Architecture, ...

  • November 28, 2012 28 Nov'12

    Gartner AADI takeaway: Disruptive forces change IT game

    This week in Las Vegas, over 1,000 IT professionals, analysts and practitioners gathered at Caesars Palace to discuss top trends at Gartner's Application Architecture, Development & Integration ...

  • November 27, 2012 27 Nov'12

    SOA influences modern data integration

    SOA is far from being the new technology kid on the block. But once it was. Now it is an older kid, and a practical approach to fielding a host of other new technologies. It should not be ...

  • November 19, 2012 19 Nov'12

    Prepare now for future changes in development teams' makeup

    Not all enterprise developers will succeed in mobile apps. Teams need to add skills, James Duggan told attendees at last month's Gartner ITxpo.

  • November 15, 2012 15 Nov'12

    Is cloud transformation in the cards?

    As companies seek to move business functions to the cloud, IT services firms may shift some of their efforts to enable cloud transformation.

  • November 09, 2012 09 Nov'12

    Integration tool set improves XBRL support

    Integration development managers face a broad array of intimidating jobs these days as they are asked to field corporate technology initiatives. Such initiatives are varied. These can range from ...

  • November 08, 2012 08 Nov'12

    Axway goes after Vordel

    B2B software company Axway said it will acquire Vordel, the SOA security gateway company that has recently come to include cloud, mobile and social networking support in its offerings. The move ...

  • November 01, 2012 01 Nov'12

    Decoupled design of the Web API kind

    When WCF started, the focus was on decoupling. That was a basic SOA tenet, and Microsoft, though it was not that big a singer in the SOA choir, took those principles to heart in formulating .NET ...

  • October 30, 2012 30 Oct'12

    What's new in .NET, WCF 4.5?

    The move to 'lighter is better' is not just a Java trend. A drive to simplify underlies changes to Microsoft's flagship development framework as well.

  • October 25, 2012 25 Oct'12

    Gartner ITxpo: Cisco sets goal to double software revenue

    A few years after some less than some less than momentous forays into XML and Web services software, network equipment provider Cisco has not yet thrown in the towel on software. Instead, the ...

  • October 25, 2012 25 Oct'12

    Gartner sees cloud computing, mobile development putting IT on edge

    Gartner says cloud computing, mobile devices and other forces mean changes in skills needed for application development.

  • October 24, 2012 24 Oct'12

    In 'big data,' Gartner sees big jobs -- 4.4 million by 2015

    The data scientist is a new kid on the block. But driven by 'big data,' the job title could become more common, industry analyst group Gartner says.

  • October 18, 2012 18 Oct'12

    OMG DDS makes SOA approach available for real-time embedded systems

    Integrating disparate computing systems is by no means an easy task. Integration is one of the most important reasons to focus on Web services in enterprise architecture. Standards like SOAP and ...

  • October 11, 2012 11 Oct'12

    Red Hat brings Fuse ESB and enterprise middleware into the JBoss fold

    Red Hat has announced plans to bring FuseSource enterprise middleware products Fuse ESB and Fuse MQ further into the JBoss middleware fold.

  • October 11, 2012 11 Oct'12

    Polymita BPM to join JBoss middleware line

    While outlining its intentions for its new FuseSource acquisition, Red Hat’s JBoss group this week discussed plans for incorporating BPM technology it recently bought from Spanish BPM company ...

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