Products help CIOs model processes and assess costs and risks across the enterprise.
Software companies are reaching out with partnerships and educational efforts to show how service-oriented architecture can improve IT and business processes.
The SANS Institute is set to launch new assessment and certification exams for .NET this summer (article courtesy of Redmond Developer News, May 1, 2007).
Center will focus on SOA development and education to aid U.S. Federal agencies.
Industry group bestows awards for latest software innovations.
A number of companies released new products last week, supporting application development in a service-oriented architecture (SOA). Here are some of those announcements to date.
A test kit from Tibco that helps debug code used in asynchronous Web development has been released as an open-source tool.
ActiveState has released a new version of its Perl development kit to create self-contained executable files for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris, AIX and HP-UX platforms.
Quest Software has released a new Java code-checking tool; other Java developments include a visualization tool and NetBeans Ruby pack.
Most organizations in software development are interested in application quality; Instantiations is doing something about it.
Altova demonstrated a new version of its UModel 2007, which displays the full UML 2.1.1 compatibility, at VSLive! San Francisco 2007.
To create quality code development teams must continually collect and analyze data on their processes for writing and building applications.
Seapine Software is releasing new versions of its ALM products TestTrack Pro and Surround SCM 5. The company is also launching TestTrack TCM, a new tool for test case planning and tracking that integrates with TestTrack Pro.
VMware is taking its virtualization technology further into the software development lifecycle with a new product designed to enable development and test teams to pool resources and to allocate them on an as-needed basis. Bangalore-based competitor VMLogix is expected to launch a similar tool this month. Surprisingly, both products have virtually the same name.
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Dallas-based iTKO is releasing an upgrade to its SOA testing platform this week. The LISA 3.5 Complete SOA Test Platform is a Java-based toolset designed to automate testing without requiring any coding.
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