The Open Group today announced the new Open FAIR Certification Program aimed at risk analysts, bringing a much-needed professional certification to the market.
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Global open-source vendors gain new leg up in selling to US agencies, thanks to favorable Talend ruling
Government ruling paves the way for software vendors to sell to US government agencies, even if some of their code is written in non-designated countries.
Talend open-source approach provides holistic integration capability across, data, devices, services
With extending your back-end data systems to the consumer, these overnight batch systems are really not meeting the expectations of the consumers. They're demanding that their information be available immediately.
Rapidly evolving IT trends make open source, agile application integration platforms more important than ever
We're probably at a point now where we’re going to see that the traditional model of providing software is going to dwindle over time, probably pretty rapidly, as organizations realize that they need the flexibility and the ability to change what they’re doing very quickly.
FuseSource gains new autonomy to focus on OSS infrastructure model, Apache Community innovation, cloud opportunities
Progress is launching a new company called FuseSource that will be completely focused on the open source business model.
One of the advantages Pulse is pushing out to its one million developers is the ability to manage four years of Eclipse platform technologies from a single dashboard, including Eclipse 3.0, also known as Helios.
The highlight for us was what happens to Sun’s Java portfolio, and as it turns out, the results are not far from what we anticipated last spring: Oracle’s products remain the flagship offerings. From looking at respective market shares, it would be pretty crazy for Oracle to have done otherwise.
SpringSource Enterprise Java Cloud Foundry mixes best of open source with PaaS for application lifecycle efficiency
This is the clear path for open source and Java developers to the cloud. Microsoft will have its hands full just keeping the .NET developers and operators on the farm, so to speak.
The two tool frameworks will enable mobile web developers to visualize and debug mobile web applications from within an Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE). Beyond this the FireFly project will develop next-generation technologies and frameworks to support the creation of mobile web applications that look and behavior similarly to native applications and are able to interact with device services such as GPS, accelerometers and personal data.
As we now explore the fascinating intersection of SOA and WOA -- with on-premises services and cloud-based resources (including data) supporting ecologies of extended enterprises business processes -- I expect open source projects such as CXF to play a major role.Creating federated relationships between private and public clouds and their services and resources requires more than just industry standards. It requires visibility and access, the type that comes from open source communities and open use licenses.