Version 1.0 RC2 of the Scooter framework is now available. The Scooter framework is a RESTful, pure Java web framework […]
The Java Deployment Toolkit has a bug that causes it to perform insufficient validation of parameters, according to Tavis Ormandy. […]
Will OSGi ever move into the mainstream?
In the 2010 edition of the annual BPM Pulse survey, 500 small, medium and large companies took part. Their response gives a good snapshot of where BPM stands today.
An initial release of Workflow Visualiser is now available. This tool exports graphical representations of the workflows included in the […]
GigaSpaces have released XAP version 7.1. XAP is an application platform with a built-in In-Memory Data Grid. This Data Grid […]
The mobile browser Opera Mini has been approved for iPhone and iPod touch on the App Store. In a press […]
Ingram Micro has launched a Business Intelligence Center (BIC) to provide business intelligence to its IT channel partners in the […]
SpringSource General Manager announces a greater integration of Spring and the newly-acquired RabbitMQ.
Kim Moir has blogged about her recent appointment to the Eclipse Architecture Council. She has laid down some thoughts on […]
Database providers Metaweb have announced a new software tool. Gridworks will allow developers to load data, clean it up, reconcile […]
Real-time operational intelligence or active data warehousing is becoming popular with enterprises across Europe, says a release from Teradata. Quoting […]
The BPMN Modeler has moved to git. The source code page on Eclipse has been modified accordingly. The BPMN Modeler […]
Visio continues to be popular with BPM professionals and four million business analysts reportedly continue to use it. Integration Developer […]