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Systems Analysis Tools for an On-Demand World

The hot segment of IT operations -- the analysis and intelligence-gathering from logs and performance management data -- is showing increasing signs of an on-demand future. First, Paglo came out last month with a free and open source crawler service that scours the reams of log files and other elect...

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Alliances and Intrigue in the Virtualization World

The latest BriefingsDirect SOA Insights Edition, Vol. 24, provides a roundtable discussion and dissection of services-oriented architecture-related news and events, with a panel of IT analysts. In this episode, our experts examine virtualization trends through the acquisition this summer of XenSourc...

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Apache Camel: Open Source Agility

One size fits all has its limits. Most developers prefer to cherry-pick their infrastructure resources, keep them lightweight and remain as agile as they can. Taking a clue from this philosophy, the Apache Software Foundation has dozens of open source projects under way to build out the discrete inf...

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An Open Source SOA Strategy for Enterprise Service Buses

WSO2 has entered the open source SOA field with a slate of veterans from Web services specifications, application server design and lightweight framework development. The company's latest offering to the market came June 11 with the arrival of WSO2 ESB 1.0, based on Apache Synapse and targeted at bo...

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Sun’s ‘Pay as You Drink’ Service

Before the end of the year, Sun Microsystems will follow the lead of Amazon and Microsoft in providing a "pay as you drink" applications hosting service that provides a lifecycle approach to new Web application development and deployment. In addition to announcing JavaFX Script, a lightweight progra...

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A Sneak Peek at IBM’s Jazz Collaboration App

IBM helped the Eclipse Foundation score a huge hit with the Eclipse development framework and community. Now the software engineering target is even higher, but the methods and approaches are similar. IBM in June will unveil details about its Jazz framework and community for automation and governanc...

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Microsoft vs. Open Source: Military Moves

SCO failed, so now Microsoft has to do the heavy lifting itself to undermine open source software's legitimacy. Actually, Microsoft prefers to undermine Red Hat's legitimacy. Or OpenXchange's. Or your company's. The latest moves by Microsoft, however, give it away. Stripped of its proxies, its moves...

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The Serious Synergy Between SOA and Open Source

Big news on the SOA/open source front in recent days: A large, European concern that has had an SOA environment in production for five years is apparently spinning it off to an open source community. A new proposal for an SOA framework runtime project within Eclipse.org includes word that Deutsche P...

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Red Hat Gets Into Mischief

As Red Hat and its JBoss unit ramp up their SOA (service-oriented architectures) offerings and capabilities, they are re-emerging as a powerful mischief-maker to the established commercial vendors -- this time on the subject of data lifecycle in the age of SOA. However, there soon could be much more...

Engaging the SOA Market the Open Source Way

There seem to be as many variations on the SOA consolidation theme nowadays as there are vendors lining up to provide some kind of SOA value. Part of the consolidation attraction comes from newer SOA players hooking up with older enterprise software players, with their still-rich veins of revenue to...

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Eclipse Likely Won’t Suffer the Same Fate as Java

Sun's inability to allow for sufficiently open and inclusive governance over Java caused the eclipse of the Java tools and IDE action, which is now leading to an even larger purview for Eclipse at the ultimate expense of Java's future role. Buying NetBeans did not counter or blunt the Eclipse IDE fr...

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Sun’s Latest Quandary: Courting or Competing?

I'm not sure I get the follow-through of Sun wooing mashup artist start-ups. If anything, by Sun trying to appeal to these types of low-capital spending firms shows Sun's latest quandary -- it waited too long to compete with its customers. Microsoft has rarely passed up the opportunity to compete w...

Beyond the Shuffle Button: Sorting Music by Sound

Musical tastes are not easy to classify with just a few tags. What gets one person's foot tapping and their heart thumping is not going to win over their cousin necessarily. Moods also swing or swoon to a fickle beat, and the music you may want to match or detach your mood can't be easily conjured f...

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Microsoft, Novell and Unintended Consequences

Remember when AOL thought it was doing the world's researchers a big favor and made a boatload of online user behavior data openly available? Remember the unintended consequences? It became fairly easy to link up user preference data with some actual identifiable users. Users were upset, AOL looked ...

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A Unified Approach to Internet Media Delivery?

The demands on the Internet have never been higher, with massive files of high-definition video, enterprise applications, online distribution of most software products, and the increasing uploading of "user-generated content" filling up the pipes. Yet the challenge to Internet delivery is not just i...

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Iona Tightens Open Source, SOA Bond

Open source and service-oriented architecture are increasingly joined at the hip. These twins are developing in tandem, not sequentially, which is giving CIOs and architects a variety of choices for picking and choosing the projects and products that make up their SOAs. Iona Technologies on Monday i...

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