An upgrade to the company's flagship product lets users automate test cases in service-oriented architectures.
The solution helps Java programmers handle legacy code without breaking applications.
An IBM architect turned his home into a service-oriented architecture demonstration project.
Database server gets new features and pricing options.
Six of the patches fix "Critical" vulnerabilities.
Blogger describes community technology preview of latest Visual Studio Team System.
Learn how to write programs that not only protect themselves from bugs, but that also seek them out and destroy them.
Product supports large projects with multiple teams for agile methods of software development.
Company offers updated development tool and application scanning service to ensure Web security.
Last week, companies announced various product deals and developments in the service-oriented architecture (SOA) space. The big news was an open source play by Iona Technologies.
VMware and Borland integrate their solutions to enable testing across platforms.
Company aims to provide technical support, documentation and indemnification for corporate users of open source software.
Product manages business processes in heterogeneous environments.
The general enthusiasm for using SOA to improve business IT processes is high, but the actual adoption rates haven't skyrocketed yet, according to some accounts.
6th Sense issues the next version of a solution that estimates software project development time.
Products promise automated database change tracking and performance analysis.
Integrated solution lets developers perform unit testing of Java code and track overall lifecycle changes.
Company plans to share collaboration and lifecycle management solutions with IBM's software development partners through Jazz Project.
Mainsoft has enhanced its solution, which creates Java bite code via a .NET-based platform.
Palamida rolls out software risk management solutions to help ISVs identify open source code in their applications.