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04/27/2009 FUSE - An Open Source Enterprise Service Bus Gold Club Protected
One of the compelling stories in open source is the potential for bringing SOA to unserved and underserved markets -- such as smaller businesses and departments of larger organizations. In essence, people who don't have the budgets for SOA solutions and consultants. SOA has been part and parcel of high-margin business for vendors, but the time for market disruption may be here.

Open source solutions such as the FUSE ESB may pave the way for this shift toward this new generation of commoditized SOA deployments. FUSE actively participates in the respective developer communities and gives practically all of the code that it develops in-house back to these communities. Download this white paper to read more.
10/23/2003 Artix Mainframe Overview: Web Services Transformer and Web Services Developer Gold Club Protected
Artix Mainframe lets organizations repurpose their host business logic without application integration, enabling business agility through high-performance enterprise access to mainframe assets. It uniquely minimizes deployment risks by transparently managing integration issues like security and data conversions. This paper presents an overview of Artix Mainframe Web Services Transformer and Web Services Developer; it also presents a number of use cases to demonstrate the various ways in which Artix Mainframe can help companies maximize their mainframe assets.
09/10/2003 Eight Show-Stopper Problems with Current Integration Broker Technology Gold Club Protected
Learn more about the eight critical implementation-level problems faced by current integration broker technology in real-world implementations. A must read for CIOs, Enterprise Architects and IT Managers contemplating any kind of integration effort, this paper documents eight critical implementation-level problems faced by current integration broker technology and describes how these limitations will continue to have a serious adverse impact. These problems have been documented based on feedback from real developer experiences with a variety of integration technologies. Learn how alternatives are now available in the form of flexible, scalable and easy-to-implement solutions that meet the needs of a growing and extending enterprise and avoid the pitfalls that plague the majority of integration projects.
08/11/2003 Getting Supply Chain Integration Right Gold Club Protected
Oracle's E-Business Suite 11i is a fully integrated e-business applications suite that allows customers to completely automate their e-businesses, from Web selling and marketing all the way through to Internet supply chain and procurement. In its own consulting work, Oracle has already seen several examples where Suite 11i can clearly save time and improve customer service by automating common supply chain operations that had to be performed manually using earlier releases of Oracle Applications. While the examples cited in this article apply specifically to 11i, they also illustrate the potential benefits that can be achieved by the users of any supply chain software whose developer makes the serious effort required to develop functionality in all main business areas and provide a high level of integration between modules.
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