Thursday, October 29, 2009

Achieving Business Agility

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Achieving Business Agility

Companies are learning how to run their data centers more efficiently using less hardware, less software, and less IT resources with a new concept called application grid, an infrastructure layer beneath the application layer that pools and dynamically provisions the resources on which those applications run. Find out how application grid provides greater efficiency, exceptional agility, and superior quality of service.

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Many companies now depend on middleware infrastructure to implement application grid concepts and build more flexible and agile businesses. Discover the technical components of required to create an infrastructure layer on which business applications and SOA run

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Open source software is increasingly viewed as a viable strategy for large-scale SOA deployments. Explore the pros and cons of open-source software based on cost, schedule, performance, and risks across the entire program lifecycle.

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SOA Foundation
Service oriented architecture (SOA) has sparked an IT revolution. See how a solid foundation based on Java Enterprise Edition 5 (Java EE 5) can dramatically speed the development of SOA applications and help enterprise developers leverage the power of SOA with industry leading solutions.

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Application Modernization
Mainframe re-hosting lets IT professionals spend more time and money on development rather than maintaining aging systems. Find out how you can unlock the value of key business logic for integration and reuse and therefore create a more innovative IT environment.

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