Company's Connected Services division on Friday announced key components of its 'Oslo' modeling platform.
Will the concept of a visual orchestration system usher in a new wave of services-based applications? That's what Active Endpoints hopes.
New Windows Server and .NET Framework 4.0 technologies aimed at developers who are building composite applications will be released at Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference. The server technologies are the first to support Microsoft's upcoming "Oslo" modeling platform, according to Microsoft.
A high-performance computing network called the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid (WLCG) will be formally introduced on Friday as part of an international scientific collaboration investigating particle physics, including "Big Bang"-type calculations.
WSO2, the open-source SOA middleware maker, has joined the growing ranks of PHP supporters with the release of its new Web Services Framework for PHP (WSF/PHP) 2.0.
The annual VMworld user conference gets underway today in Las Vegas, with the event's host betting big on a new strategy that redefines its market-leading virtualization management products.
Redmond sees modeling as a key part of its .NET Framework and is now working with Object Management Group on standards efforts.
New York City is stepping up its .NET development efforts, but at the same time it is moving aggressively to expand use of open source technology, according to the city's top IT official.
Microsoft described rollout plans for BizTalk, which can be used to enable service-oriented architectures.
City's top IT official says that its integrating more .NET development but is still looking toward open source.
Paul Cosgrave, commissioner of New York City's Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT), talks about the city's approach to software development in this extended Q&A.
Revamped BEA software will be key part of company's SOA, BPM and WebCenter suites.
Benefits of reusability and business agility touted.
The product combines three tools to facilitate data integration in traditional and SOA environments.
New ebizQ survey shows that most enterprises are still in the beginning stages of implementing a service-oriented architecture.