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Web application, XML firewalls converge in one appliance (October 4, 2004)

Altova updates development, integration products (October 4, 2004)

Amazon Web Services updates ECS, offers Alexa access (October 4, 2004)

New WebSphere app server has distinct SOA flavor (October 6, 2004)

WS-ReliableMessaging vs. WS-Reliability (October 6, 2004)

Voice, speech, SIP, and XML: ECMA-269 (October 6, 2004)

J2EE or .NET: Pick one and stick to it (October 7, 2004)

W3C forms WS-Addressing working group (October 11, 2004)

New spec uses Web services to manage remote data center connections (October 11, 2004)

SeeBeyond services financials with new SOA platform (October 12, 2004)

Plumtree APIs simplify composite application building (October 12, 2004)

BPM and Web services: A perfect match?, part 1 (October 12, 2004)

Web services no longer 'emerging technology' (October 14, 2004)

Outsourcing, SOA, and the industrialization of IT (October 16, 2004)

Web services vulnerability assessment startup emerges (October 18, 2004)

A defining moment for SOA (October 18, 2004)

Back to basics: EAI (October 18, 2004)

Oblix COREsv integrates XWall Web services firewall (October 18, 2004)

JBoss adds open source BPM engine to its offerings (October 18, 2004)

Actional, Westbridge merge Web services capabilities (October 18, 2004)

SOA governance: Reengineering IT governance (October 19, 2004)

Delegates vs. interfaces in .NET (October 19, 2004)

Beating the RSS crunch with aggregation/bloglines (October 20, 2004)

Tracking materials easy for Raytheon with SOA (October 21, 2004)

Web services spending '05 (October 22, 2004)

New Layer 7 software spans identity, security, middleware domains (October 25, 2004)

OASIS forms new DCML technical committees (October 25, 2004)

BPM and Web services: A perfect match?, part 2 (October 26, 2004)

Web services security product pursues Common Criteria (October 27, 2004)

Digital Evolution announces support for Netegrity (October 27, 2004)

Resume services: Are they worth the money? (October 27, 2004)

Java integration spec shunned by IBM, BEA (October 28, 2004)

Decision time: .NET or J2EE? (October 29, 2004)

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