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.
Integrated solution lets developers perform unit testing of Java code and track overall lifecycle changes.
6th Sense issues the next version of a solution that estimates software project development time.
Products promise automated database change tracking and performance analysis.
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.
New software platform helps define the requirements of software projects, facilitating lifecycle testing and collaboration.
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.