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10/28/2003 ASQ: Real-Time Intrusion Prevention Gold Club Protected
Relying on multi-layer inspection enables ASQ to detect and prevent the most sophisticated attacks without any significant performance loss and reduces the amount of false positives drastically. Protocol analysis ensures RFC compliancy. Global context and connection analysis verify packet integrity. Stateful and ASQ plug-ins enforce application analysis.
07/10/2007 Web Applications Under Attack: Four Eye-Opening Findings Gold Club Protected
Although there are numerous reports covering viruses, network-based attacks, public vulnerability announcements, and Spam/Phishing schemes, there is little empirical data on the attacks that specifically target web applications. This report aims to shed light on how applications are being attacked.
06/02/2004 Web-Enabling Self-Service Business Processes Gold Club Protected
The benefits of moving manual processes to the web are well understood. But very few organizations have web-enabled product returns, bill disputes or other complex business processes. This paper discusses requirements for web-enabling complex processes and new technology from BroadVision that allows organizations to deliver self-service processes through existing websites.
01/25/2010 Smarter State Government Processes in 2010 - Enabling Citizen-Centric Processes, Transforming Service Delivery and Reducing Costs with IBM WebSphere ILOG Business Rule Management System (BRMS) Technology Gold Club Protected
Today states and government agencies must be able to respond and adapt quickly to relentless change to improve citizen and business services, manage resources effectively and efficiently, strengthen national security and public safety and ensure a sustainable environment. Find out how technology can enable the delivery of better value for citizens and lower costs in this solutions brief.
11/26/2007 Patterns for REST Services with WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances Gold Club Protected
Representational State Transfer (REST) is the predominant architectural style of such distributed hypermedia systems as the World Wide Web. This article describes service patterns using IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances for REST-style software systems. Leveraging SOA appliances, these patterns help architects build more flexible software systems, as well as improve the security and scalability of REST-style software services.
10/14/2009 Smarter State Government Processes in 2010 Gold Club Protected
- Enabling Citizen-Centric Processes, Transforming Service Delivery and Reducing Costs with IBM WebSphere® ILOG Business Rule Management System (BRMS) Technology
Today states and government agencies must be able to respond and adapt quickly to relentless change to improve citizen and business services, manage resources effectively and efficiently, strengthen national security and public safety and ensure a sustainable environment. Find out how technology can enable the delivery of better value for citizens and lower costs in this solutions brief.
09/16/2004 Critical Infrastructure for Services-Oriented Architectures Gold Club Protected
Service-Oriented Architectures (SOAs) are beginning to revolutionize the way IT is structured. Ultimately, SOA better aligns IT with business, and that’s why over half of all companies are moving to a SOA environment with Web Services as one of the key enabling standards. SOA enables organizations to respond to change better, faster, cheaper, and provides agility, flexibility and cost savings. Westbridge Technology provides the XML Message Server (XMS), which provides XML Firewall and shared security services infrastructure for SOA environments.
08/07/2007 Next-Generation SOA Infrastructure Gold Club Protected
As SOA becomes the mainstream for enterprise, application developers are faced with a bewildering array of technologies for developing the next generation of applications. This white paper discusses the most important industry standards that are becoming available for developers to build interoperable services and composite applications, including JAX-WS, BPEL, WS-ReliableMessaging, WS-Addressing, SOAP with Attachments, MTOM, WS-Policy, UDDI, WS-Security and Service Component Architecture.
08/24/2005 IBM Content Integration for the On Demand Business Gold Club Protected
Most organizations today are saddled with multiple different content management and workflow systems resulting from departmental investments or inherited through mergers and acquisitions. This has trapped content in isolated silos, rendering it inaccessible outside of narrow workgroups, departments or functions. Enterprise content integration (ECI) has emerged as the preferred solution for breaking through these silos and unlocking the value of content across the enterprise. ECI has powerful implications from an infrastructure perspective, helping to eliminate complexity, and from a business point of view, helping to improve customer service, streamline processes, enhance revenues and support compliance-related initiatives. This whitepaper will explore the important role of ECI in the context of these and other business initiatives.
04/06/2004 UCCnet Synchronization: Managing the Integration Imperatives Gold Club Protected
UCCnet and related initiatives are aimed at sharing and synchronizing trade information across retailer, distributor, and supplier organizations. For suppliers and distributors in particular, complying with UCCnet mandates has become a requirement for doing business with major retailers. But the full impact of data synchronization on the operations and IT strategies of affected companies is not well understood. This White Paper examines the integration imperatives raised by the UCCnet data synchronization initiative. It explores how deep business integration, not mere compliance, is the key to achieving lasting business value from UCCnet investments.
08/05/2003 Production Web Services: The Critical Need for Monitoring and Analysis Gold Club Protected
Web services must be dependable, efficient and secure to fulfill the promise of significant benefits of deployment. In order to ensure that they are, and fix problems when they occur, Web services need to be monitored and their health analyzed. However, even IT organizations with sophisticated Web services deployed today cannot answer basic questions about the reliability, performance and security of their deployment. Therefore, the success of Web services depends, in part, on overcoming these operational challenges by incorporating cost-effective, flexible, nonintrusive and standards-based methods.
03/20/2006 Bulletproofing Web Services: A Step-By-Step Plan Gold Club Protected

This White Paper provides a step-by-step plan for ensuring reliable Web Services

As companies and consumers rely more on Web services, it becomes increasingly important for Web services developers to know how to properly design, develop, deploy, and ultimately manage a Web services system.

This White Paper illustrates the solid engineering and testing practices required to ensure complete, reliable Web service functionality, interoperability and security - whether you're creating Web services from scratch or integrating legacy back-end applications via Web services.

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.
11/14/2008 Formalizing Operational Governance: Ensuring the well-managed enterprise Gold Club Protected

Governance is a straightforward concept and is practiced by all enterprises. It is the creation of policies regarding various aspects of the business and then making certain that the policies are followed. Creating the policies is not the main issue in having good governance; all successful enterprises do a good job creating policies. The hard part of governance, and where most enterprises fail, is in monitoring the policies and in knowing that the policies have been followed; in other words achieving control and compliance.

A new class of governance capability is available that will let you dynamically manage all governance efforts in a formal and efficient way, thereby delivering significant ROI to the business in terms of lower operating expenses and improved efficiency. In this paper, the concept of defining and formalizing Operational Governance is discussed, as well as the inherent benefits of implementing an Operational Governance solution.

08/20/2007 The Value of SOA Governance Gold Club Protected

The definition of corporate governance is creating, communicating, and enforcing policies in a corporate environment. Governance is the key to balancing executive control with employee and customer empowerment across the enterprise. While many corporate governance activities don't directly involve the information technology (IT) department, the enterprise does call upon IT to provide tooling for automating policy creation and enforcement, when itÍs possible to represent policies in a machine-understandable format.

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is an approach to organizing IT resources to meet the changing needs of the business in flexible ways. Governance is an essential part of any SOA implementation, because it ensures that the organization applies and enforces the policies that apply to the Services that the organization creates as part of its SOA initiative. But more importantly, organizations can leverage SOA best practices to represent policies broadly in such a way that the organization can achieve better policy management, flexibility, and visibility into policy compliance across the enterprise.

09/10/2003 Demystifying Enterprise Service Bus Technology Gold Club Protected
Learn how ESBs cut implementation complexities and dramatically reduce the TCO of integration projects. Over the past few years, the emergence of standards for enterprise communication, connectivity, transformation, portability and security have tried to simplify the enterprise integration and middleware problem. The Enterprise Service Bus, a new variation of software infrastructure, has added to the range of standards-based technologies that enterprises can use as the enterprise-nervous-system backbone. This white paper tries to demystify the newly emerging Enterprise Service Bus technology and examines the subtle but important differences in implementations of ESB technology by different vendors.
02/09/2004 Content Management Best Practices in Insurance Gold Club Protected
A "secret to success" for enterprises in general, and insurance companies in particular, is "managing all of the information (that comes in the door) and optimizing complex processes that often cross departments and system platforms to enable ... employees to make better decisions faster," according to Enterprise Content Management software provider FileNet. In this white paper, FileNet serves up content management best practices, and explains how its ECM offering gets that job done for the heavily paper-laden insurance industry.
01/02/2007 Application Servers - 2006 User Rankings Gold Club Protected
In Summer of 2006, Evans Data Corporation interviewed over 700 technology professionals worldwide and asked them to rate the top features of the application servers they had actually used. In this FREE report, discover how these fiercely competing products fared on performance, cost, support, scalability, compatibility and integration, security features, server infrastructure, change management, and much, much more. Bar graphs for each parameter, along with quick-glance charts summarizing the top three performers in each category, make it easy to judge the results. This statistics-rich report just may become your best application server purchasing tool -- download it now.
04/12/2004 Real-time Monitoring for Healthy Business Gold Club Protected
The Real Time Enterprise demands real-time solutions. The competitive pressures of global delivery of business services in a 24/7 world means you can’t be without a real-time monitoring platform. Learn about MQSoftware’s robust real-time monitoring platform and products, which give visibility of your entire business transaction flow and all the associated technologies. Using Q Nami! and Q Pasa! solutions from MQSoftware, this level of functionality can be delivered to the right person, in the right way, at the right time, in real-time to ensure healthy business is flowing and delivering what you need to deliver improved customer experiences.
11/12/2003 Practical Approaches to Service-Oriented Architecture: Meeting the Demand Today and Tomorrow Gold Club Protected
The Integration Challenge: Delivering the Internet Opportunity Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is the most significant change for systems and applications since client server computing and the dawn of the relational database. A service-oriented architecture--a computer system based on having autonomous, federated actors working together across an intelligent network--is the application of the Internet to software architecture. The trend toward SOA will enable IT organizations to create more complex systems with less effort, link together business processes across geographical and corporate boundaries, and create new applications and systems that encompass the current mainframe, client/server, and Internet architectures.
02/11/2009 Maximize Business Value with Right-Time Information Using Data Services Gold Club Protected
How agile is your business? It's a question you can't afford to ignore, especially since being agile is how businesses effectively thrive in today's competitive environment. Unfortunately, too many organizations lack timely access to accurate, reliable, and relevant information, that drives business agility.

Therefore, organizations are forced to rethink how they access and integrate enterprise data across business unit silos and corporate firewalls. Application-centric integration approaches—SOA, BPM, EAI, and ESB—promise agility, but fail to deliver on that promise unless complemented by a sophisticated data integration platform that delivers holistic and accurate information as a service to consuming applications and business processes, exactly at the speed of the business.

Download this compelling Informatica White Paper to learn how your IT organization can leverage the power of a sophisticated data services solution to implement an agile enterprise information management (EIM) strategy. Discover how you can maximize business agility with right-time information to increase competitive advantage, improve compliance, and reduce cost, complexity, and risk.
12/15/2008 Magic Software's uniPaaS Provides Flexible Rich Internet Application and SaaS Platform for ISVs and Enterprises Gold Club Protected
Jeff Kaplan of THINKstrategies talks about uniPaaS, and the advantages of metadata-driven approach for RIA and SaaS development .

Jeff Kaplan recommends that ISVs and enterprise software developers consider SaaS platforms which permit the greatest flexibility in addition to their scalability and security considerations. 
Kaplan believes we are quickly approaching an era in which customers will demand a choice of acquiring SaaS solutions delivered in the ‘cloud’ or deploying the solution behind the firewall on-premise. In response, ISVs and enterprise software developers are recommended to start thinking about SaaS platforms which permit the greatest flexibility in addition to their scalability and security considerations.

In this context, Kaplan examines the merits of Magic Software’s uniPaaS application platform in offering a single development paradigm with multiple deployment modes. He thinks that uniPaaS represents an attractive platform for ISVs with existing single-tenant applications who want to migrate to a multi-tenant approach without ending up with two code bases and platforms to support. This can save ISVs significant monies and accelerate the time to market and ROI. 
Kaplan also thinks that Magic Software’s uniPaaS provides flexible Rich Internet Application and SaaS platform for ISVs and enterprises, by offering a metadata-driven alternative to typical code-centric software development solutions. uniPaaS provides ISVs and enterprises with the tools they need to cost-effectively develop RIA and SaaS solutions to cater to their varying requirements. It could help open up the SaaS market to more ISVs who otherwise would not attempt to carry on-premise and on-demand solutions, and could encourage additional market growth and innovation.
04/21/2006 SOA Appliance Case Studies - Web Services Meet the Network Gold Club Protected
In this customer case study whitepaper, noted analyst Jon Oltsik, of Enterprise Strategy Group, discusses the demands of XML Web services by highlighting four (4) end-user network deployments using IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA appliances. These new hardware products from IBM help to provide superior Web services security, ESB connectivity in a hardware form factor, legacy reuse & scalable XML for SOA. Jon Olstik also introduces the notion of the persistent network application processing model, an innovative model that utilizes intelligent devices like WebSphere DataPower SOA appliances to consolidate specific SOA services and XML processing on the network itself. Download the white paper now to learn how IBM can help you simplify, help secure and accelerate your SOA.
01/28/2008 40-Page Book: Key Strategies for SOA Testing Gold Club Protected

When it comes to Web services and SOA testing, creating a plan is important to ensure success, trust and reuse for new services. If you're willing to take the risk, the return on your SOA investment is huge… that is, if it is a well-tested SOA. Untested SOA could cost you millions.

Mindreef worked with industry analyst and ebizQ contributor David Linthicum to create a comprehensive guide for SOA Testing. This new, complimentary 40-page handbook, Key Strategies for SOA Testing, provides a step-by-step guide for defining your own testing domain, understanding your unique needs, and testing all components to help ensure your SOA will be productive and useful from the first day of operation.

By creating an effective SOA testing plan and selecting the right Web services testing and quality tools, you can get every member of your project team -- architects, developers, testers, and support -- working together to improve service compliance, quality, performance and time to market.

Get your complimentary copy of this book to gain valuable insight into the steps you can take today to create and execute a SOA testing plan -- and drive SOA success.

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