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October, 2012

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October 26, 2012  2:17 AM

Gartner ITxpo: Cisco sets goal to double software revenue

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

A few years after some less than some less than momentous forays into XML and Web services software, network equipment provider Cisco has not yet thrown in the towel on software. Instead, the company intends to double its software revenues in the next five years, long time company leader John...

October 18, 2012  2:35 PM

High-speed trading: Time to take a breath?

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Low-latency messaging, complex event processing, big data, operational business intelligence and other high-powered technologies must be considered by IT leaders looking to achieve competitive edge. But most IT leaders know such systems come at a price, and they must be subjected to the same ROI...


October 18, 2012  2:17 PM

OMG DDS makes SOA approach available for real-time embedded systems

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Integrating disparate computing systems is by no means an easy task. Integration is one of the most important reasons to focus on Web services in enterprise architecture. Standards like SOAP and REST make it less difficult to get various applications and components talking to each other. However,...


October 11, 2012  2:07 PM

Polymita BPM to join JBoss middleware line

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

While outlining its intentions for its new FuseSource acquisition, Red Hat’s JBoss group this week discussed plans for incorporating BPM technology it recently bought from Spanish BPM company Polymita. As described by Red Hat, the Polymita software is meant to more closely integrate advanced BPM...


October 3, 2012  9:08 PM

Developing Digital Disruption: On tap at Forrester AD event

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

At Forrester Research's Application Development & Delivery Forum last year, we were introduced to the idea that

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October 2, 2012  9:19 PM

SOASTA buys LogNormal; The goal? Gain mobile end-user point of view

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Cloud and mobile test service SOASTA has acquired LogNormal, makers of Web performance tools. That news accompanies SOASTA’s release of mPulse, a real-time user monitoring tool that itself derives from an already established alliance between SOASTA and LogNormal.

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