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Tibco’s purchase of  General Interface may reap new benefits for the company, as the AJAX approach to application development grows. Tibco is also focused on developing SOA solutions for companies who are trying to distribute and push apps closers to users, while optimizing performance. “While Ajax isn't a necessary part of SOA, they're certainly an optimal pairing," said Kevin Hakman, director of product marketing for Tibco Software Inc.'s Ajax-based graphical interface tool. "They're able to leverage each other's strengths. You can develop (applications) in parallel. If teams can get together in the early phases and agree on the user interfaces, then the handoffs can be memorialized in a WSDL." A recent Forrester Research Inc. report points out that features such as cascading style sheets, the DynamicHTML Document Object Model and a client-side JavaScr... (more)

"Web 2.0? – It's the Universal SOA," Expert Will Tell SOA Web Services Edge 2007 Audience

'It's clear that many of the services we consume and manage going forward will be services that exist outside of the enterprise, such as subscription services from guys like, or perhaps emerging Web services marketplaces,' says David S. Linthicum, who will be giving a session at SOA Web Services Edge 2007 in New York City (June 25-26, 2007). "This is 'outside-in' SOA," Linthicum continues, by which he means in essence reusing service in an enterprise not created by that enterprise, much as we do today with information on the Web. According to Linthicum, those servic... (more)

SOA & Cloud Computing To Intersect This Week at SOA World

Federal IT organizations across the DoD and IC are facing costly data storage and data processing challenges stemming from the vast amount of information they collect and analyze as a part of their mission. To effectively organize and utilize these growing information stores, enterprise applications must be capable of performing large-scale, data-intensive processing. Federal enterprise infrastructures supporting such applications are often inadequate to address these challenges, and IT organizations incur lost time and greater costs trying to scale resources to meet storage and ... (more)

Intel Named “Gold Sponsor” of SOA World Conference & Expo 2009 East

SYS-CON Events announced today that Intel was named "Gold Sponsor" of the upcoming SOA World Conference & Expo 2009 East. The 15th International SOA World Conference will take place June 22-23, 2009, in New York City. Intel's SOA Products Group offers SOA Expressway - a soft appliance deployed to address common XML and SOA problems such as acceleration, security, service mediation and service governance. It enables gateway security for Cloud, SaaS, and enterprise SOA scenarios and is available for standard operating systems such as Windows and Linux and requires no special custom ... (more)

Sun's Schwartz Warns of MS Attempt to Monopolize Web Services

(April 10, 2002) - No one can predict the future accurately, far less the I-technology future. So it was perhaps a little surprising that U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly turned down a Microsoft Corporation objection this week to written testimony by Sun Microsystems’ Jonathan Schwartz, their chief strategy officer. Schwartz stated in his testimony to Judge Kollar-Kotelly that Sun fears Microsoft is poised to leverage its Windows OS monopoly, via XML-based Web services and its .NET platform, into an MS monopoly of the Internet itself. Sun isn't entitled to speculate lik... (more)