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From management literature (Tushman & O'Reilly), the congruence-based problem solving is a method to quickly and accurately identify the root cause of performance or opportunity gaps. In the context of security architecture, the congruence model can be applied to creating comprehensive security assessments for an organization. The model emphasizes analysis of the relationships among four... + continue reading
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As a new feature of the Business Process Manager V7.5.1 platform, process applications can now be deleted from the repository. In the previous version of BPM, version 7.5.0 & 7.5.0.1, users could only archive snapshots within a process application. This did not remove the application; rather it was merely hidden from the default view and it was still stored in the repository and the database... + continue reading
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Session Number: # 3358 – “How PSCU Implemented Its Intelligent Platform Through a SOA COE “ Tue, 29-Apr 02:15 PM - 03:15 PM Abstract: Hear how PSCU implemented a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Center of Excellence (COE) - a linchpin solution that Prolifics has delivered to several customers. The COE ensures viability of PSCU business goals, especially as they relate... + continue reading
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The City of Largos’ Recreation Department received rave reviews from users when they went live in mid August 2010. The Recreation application, which was built with Panther5.20/Oracle/Linux, is an accounting, management and tracking system, allowing the department employees to manage their daily duties in an effective way. For the past 12 years, the city has utilized Prolifics’... + continue reading
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Prolifics kicks off SAPPHIRE NOW & ASUG Annual Conference this week in Orlando. At the conference, we will be showcasing our SAP testing solutions and share recent success stories with customers like McKesson and Pacific Coast. At booth #2715, we will also showcase a demo of our Test Automation and Data Validation tool - Effecta. Get a sneak peek of Effecta by viewing the demo below... + continue reading
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Vladimir Serebryany, Senior Consultant During one of my recent BEA WebLogic to IBM WebSphere migration assignments at a major insurance company, I encountered an interesting problem. The client had a large number of Web services which were running on BEA WebLogic and consumed by a .NET front-end. In the course of migration, our team had to not only migrate code to WebSphere but also... + continue reading