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Information Builders Did It iWay
Information Builders plans to spin off its middleware technology group (which develops and supports the EDA middleware product) into a new wholly owned

esb middleware  Builders Did It iWay Information M. Reed - March 6, 2001 Event Summary Information Builders (IBI, privately held) has announced plans to spin off its middleware technology group (which develops and supports the EDA middleware product) into a new wholly owned subsidiary named iWay Software . The move is designed to allow Information Builders (IBI) to concentrate on the WebFocus and Focus business intelligence products, while allowing iWay to handle e-business integration using its suite of iWay Read More...
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Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID sys...
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Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, BPEL, and More Part One: SOA, Web Services, and BPM
In the larger schema of things, SOA would espouse general, more abstract concepts of software reusability and encapsulation within certain boundaries (as to

esb middleware  multi-platform design of an ESB allows enterprises to process data between applications from various sources, given ESBs leverage both J2EE and .NET environments. ESB can be considered an extension of traditional EAI for adding the following key functions: Transformation—the ability to transform XML documents from one data format into another so that the receiving party can interface with the data in an application format that is different from the one in which it is sent; Portability—the ability to Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of August 27, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSMid-sized refractory products manufacturer selects EnterpriseIQ ERP from IQMSIndustry tags: manufacturing

esb middleware  the enterprise service bus (ESB) space. Independent software vendors (ISVs) in the enterprise apps space should give JBoss a serious look as an app server and middleware option, especially if they are Java shops. Given Red Hat’s much bigger size in comparison to its open-source peers, it will be interesting to watch whether Red Hat will turn into an 'evil empire' in this space. — P.J. Jakovljevic, Principal TEC Analyst Profile: Polymita profile Read More...
Progress-ing Towards ERP On-Demand
While most discussions about the Software as a Service (SaaS) market revolve around the likes of Salesforce.com, NetSuite, Google, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft

esb middleware  and the Progress Sonic ESB (Enterprise Service Bus), an integration backbone for highly distributed and federated environments. Users and providers of enterprise applications built on the OpenEdge platform claim to be reliable and scalable, with a lower TCO compared to the majority of other counterpart platforms. Indeed, Progress' OpenEdge application platform, Sonic ESB middleware, Actional service oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services management platform, and DataDirect integration tools (to Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Two: Strategy
Oracle's vision of a complete collaborative e-Business solution requires a database strategy, an application server strategy, and an e-business strategy. Will

esb middleware  multiplatform design of an ESB should allow enterprises to process data between applications from various sources. Two common distributed computing architectures used by ESBs are naturally J2EE and .NET. ESB is an extension of traditional middleware, whereby it adds several key functions: Transformation—the ability to transform XML documents from one data format into another so that the receiving party can interface with the data in an application format that is different from the one in which it is Read More...
Why Database-agnostic Enterprise Applications Are on the Way Out
Middleware agnosticism is the wave of the future, and the database platform is becoming part of the application. It has therefore become increasingly important

esb middleware  Database-agnostic Enterprise Applications Are on the Way Out The shift to a service-oriented architecture (SOA) by many software vendors has changed the focus of application architecture. Although it is a given that it is best to separate an application into layers, the question remains whether the application should be tightly integrated with the database. The traditional approach, known as database agnosticism , allows the user to select an application and a database independently. While this Read More...
Partner-friendly Oracle Update - Part 1
I certainly anticipated that the nearly 60 acquisitions by Oracle since 2005 would help the largest business software company in the world (with more than 320

esb middleware  friendly Oracle Update - Part 1 I certainly anticipated that the  nearly 60 acquisitions by Oracle since 2005 would help the largest business software company in the world (with more than 320,000 customers in over 145 countries) continue to make even more money (e.g., via increasing cross-selling opportunities and by penetrating more markets) and deliver an array of reliable upper-range technology products. What I did not expect back then, though, was that Oracle would concurrently solve some Read More...
Taming the SOA Beast - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog topic introduced the notion of how complex and tricky it can be to manage and govern enterprise applications' service oriented architecture

esb middleware  of Enterprise System Bus [ESB] and service mediation capabilities) and bundling it with Oracle’s established capabilities of workflow management and Web services orchestration . Other specific areas where BEA had superior technologies were Java virtual machines, transaction processing monitors and certain security products. Conversely, Oracle has products like BI, ECM and identity management, where BEA did not have products. Accordingly, Oracle has stratified the combined Oracle and BEA middleware Read More...
Cincom Acknowledges There Is A Composite Applications Environ-ment Out There
Cincom joins a slew of vendors that are aiming at providing a business process improving middleware layer, which will route requests and interventions across

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6 Reasons Why You Should Care About B2B Integration Technology
What does it matter if your IT department uses FTP, SOAP, REST, or AS/2? How does an ESB impact the business? What s all this talk about SOA? Even the most tech

esb middleware  AS/2? How does an ESB impact the business? What s all this talk about SOA? Even the most tech-savvy of supply chain executives can be overwhelmed by the alphabet soup used to integrate business processes. So why should you care? Here’s six reasons. Read More...
ION Middleware-Infor’s Fastest Growth Engine
Infor, a provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers in over 190 countries, recently announced strong momentum for Infor ION

esb middleware  Middleware-Infor’s Fastest Growth Engine Infor , a provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers in over 190 countries, recently announced strong momentum for Infor ION technology. More than 900 organizations in 59 countries have reportedly purchased ION, making it the top-selling and fastest-growing product in Infor’s portfolio of industry-specialized software products. Hailed as a lightweight middleware offering, Infor ION is an integration framework that connects Read More...
Sneak Peek: Enterprise Software 2013
The following forces and information technology (IT) trends will continue to shape 2013:1. Cloud ComputingWhile cloud computing is becoming mainstream

esb middleware  Peek: Enterprise Software 2013 The following forces and information technology (IT) trends will continue to shape 2013: 1. Cloud Computing While cloud computing is becoming mainstream, hybrid cloud–on-premises configurations (a.k.a., “software plus services” and “connected services”) remains the reality for cloud integration and federated cross-cloud security issues. Organizations are increasingly looking to hybrid cloud architectures as a way to have a more dynamic computing architecture ov Read More...
Private Cloud (PaaS): Ownership Has its Benefits
Platform-as-a-service Private Cloud with Oracle Fusion MiddlewareTo increase efficiency and save money, many companies are setting up centralized, self-service

esb middleware  Cloud (PaaS): Ownership Has its Benefits Platform-as-a-service Private Cloud with Oracle Fusion Middleware To increase efficiency and save money, many companies are setting up centralized, self-service platforms--in effect, private clouds--for internal customers . Find out how this platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offers increased flexibility and ease of use, and learn about middleware that provides a foundation for private clouds. Read More...
Red Hat Heads for the Cloud with OpenShift
It would be an understatement to say that Red Hat is an interesting enterprise software company. Since its founding in 1994 and initial public offering (IPO) in

esb middleware  Hat Heads for the Cloud with OpenShift It would be an understatement to say that Red Hat is an interesting enterprise software company. Since its founding in 1994 and initial public offering (IPO) in 1999, the vendor has focused on businesses and divisions thereof that embrace open-source computing tools. In 2001, Red Hat introduced Enterprise Linux, a “frozen” mature version of Linux whose support and maintenance the vendor could guarantee (for a fee) until the next mature version would be Read More...

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