Application programming interface (APIs)

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    Business integration software vendor Tibco today completed its acquisition of ObjectStar, a native mainframe integration provider. The purchase enables Tibco to compete more effectively with IBM in the native mainframe integration market and broaden ... 

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    Computer Associates announced today the Security Management Architecture, which is designed to unify identity, authentication and authorization for mainframes. 

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  • Insurance that SOA works

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  • Binary XML proponents stir the waters

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