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BEA AquaLogic Rollout Bolsters SOA Strategy

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BEA Systems last week rolled out a slew of products under the aegis of its new Enterprise Liquid Assets vision as the company continues its effort to position itself as a serious force in service-oriented architectures.

CA to Fortify Unicenter with Concord Network Tools

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Computer Associates officials say the next release of Unicenter, due in the fall, will include network management technology acquired in the $337 million buyout of Concord Communications.

VMware to Bundle ISV Apps with Virtual Machines

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VMware is unveiling its VMware Technology Network, or VMTN, a Web-based program that will let users get virtual machines preconfigured with software from ISVs.

Demand for Speed Drives Web Accelerator Buying Spree

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Major network technology vendors are snapping up Web acceleration system startups to build an Internet that is responsive enough to support the latest Web-based applications.

Tiny Aircraft Use Linux, Bluetooth for Computing

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British researchers have built tiny aircraft that use Linux to perform parallel processing operations and can communicate with one another via Bluetooth.

Sun Purchases StorageTek

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Sun Microsystems is bulking up its storage portfolio to help customers brace for looming compliance.

HP Brings Utility Computing to SAP Apps

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HP's Virtualized Infrastructure Solutions for mySAP Business Suite enables users to dynamically allocate compute resources to respond to business demands.

SaaS Emerges as Long-Term Rival to Packaged Software

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The software-as-a-service model is appearing as a growing competitor to packaged software. But the likes of Microsoft, Oracle and SAP stand in the way of SaaS becoming a dominant software-distribution model.

Future of Grids May Be Outside the Enterprise

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Opinion: The maturity of grid technologies will lead to wider adoption of grids, but grids within the enterprise may never be mainstream.

IT Managers See No End to Technology Complexity

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Reporter's Notebook: Reducing IT complexity was the theme of Gartner Symposium/ITxpo. But IT managers say all of the evidence they have seen points to more complexity, not less.

Opsware Automates Server Configuration

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Moving closer to the promise of on-demand computing, Opsware's SAS 5.1 offers affordable, streamlined server management and helps with SarbOx compliance.

IBM Scores SOA Deals with Lawson, Firemans Fund

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IBM reports major wins for its service-oriented architecture program, including an application-modernization deal with Fireman's Fund and an ERP development project with Lawson Software.

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