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WS-Web ServicesRESTorchestrationJava APIESBBPEL 6 Feb 2008 7:12 AM
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Where's the fit? by kvandersluis Comment (0)

Prompted by a question from a business partner, I've added a section to our Frequently Asked Questions, addressing where XAware fits among other tools and technologies in the integration space. These are common questions that many wonder about, so I thought I'd post them here.  The full FAQ is located here: http://www.xaware.or

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XAwareSOAOpen Sourcegartner 4 Feb 2008 1:54 PM
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Gartner's IT Predictions for 2008 and Beyond by billm Comment (0)

Gartner released a set of ten key predictions last week. In their press release, they admonish, "...executives and IT professionals need to take action in 2008. The full impact of these trends may not appear this year, but executives need to act now so that they can exploit the trends for their competitive advantage."

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XAwareMySQLKirstan VandersluisData Services 1 Feb 2008 1:11 PM
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Kirstan to Present at MySQL 2008 by billm Comment (0)

Hot off the presses, our very own Data Services and SOA/Web 2.0 guru, Chief Architect extraordinaire, and founder - Kirstan Vandersluis will be talking about simplifying IO access to multiple data sources using composite data services and data mashups at the

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XAwareWeb 20SOAETLData WarehouseData ServicesBusiness Intelligence 1 Feb 2008 6:50 AM
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Composite Data Services is not ETL by billm Comment (0)

As you might guess, we are often asked about how XAware is different from Talend, and other ETL providers. After all, both companies are referred to as "Open Source Data Integration". So, these products must be competitve, right? Well, not really.

I know this can get pretty confusing. How can these both be data integration software and yet not really be c

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Untagged  30 Jan 2008 5:36 PM
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SOA Sweet Spot: Integration by kvandersluis Comment (0)

A survey released this week from AmberPoint, titled "State of SOA Adoption Survey", shows steady growth in SOA adoption among respondents. While I always take a vendor-sponsored survey with a grain of salt, AmberPoint seems to have found their way to real SOA implementers in the corporate environment. Systems Integrators, vendors, and consultants were culled out of the distribution

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xml schemaservice oriented architecturecontract first 29 Jan 2008 7:48 AM
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Contract-First Service Design by kvandersluis Comment (0)

Enterprises have complex information structures as a result of evolving applications and databases deployed through the years. For these companies, SOA is a logical strategy to repurpose existing application functionality across the enterprise. Done properly, SOA also brings agility, the ability to rapidly adapt existing capabilities to new business process needs, without the traditional 6,

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SOA 29 Jan 2008 7:13 AM
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Jim Webber on Guerilla SOA by billm Comment (0)

Back in September, I posted this on Jim Webber's "Guerilla SOA" concept:

Guerilla SOA - I like it! by billm

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SunSOAOpen SourceMySQLData Services 22 Jan 2008 1:20 PM
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Data services for service-oriented architecture (SOA) is likely to come to the forefront... by billm Comment (0)

Data services for service-oriented architecture (SOA) is likely to come to the forefront at Sun Microsystems Inc. with its $1 billion acquisition of MySQL AB this past week, according to James Kobielus , senior analyst at Forrester Research Inc .

That is the very f

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SunRedHatOpen Source Business ModelsOpen SourceMySQL 22 Jan 2008 7:06 AM
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Is This The Battle for Open Source Supremacy? by billm Comment (0)

The industry pundits are lining up behind the idea that Sun's aquisition of MySQL last week is setting up a battle between Red Hat and Sun for open source supremacy. Is it? Maybe. It would be interesting to hear from a fly on the wall what is being said about this in places like IBM, Oracle, HP, SAP,

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SunOracleOpen Source Business ModelsOpen SourceMySQLBEA 16 Jan 2008 7:13 AM
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Big Day for Big Changes in the Software Industry by billm Comment (0)

OK, which is the bigger headline?

Oracle Buys BEA Systems for $8.5 Billion

Sun Buys MySQL for $1 Billion

My vote is for "Sun buys MySQL". Why, you ask; this is the s

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