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RSS feeds begin to bleed into enterprise applications

By Dana Gardner, AUgust 17, 2007

You’ve probably just gotten used to the idea of “mashups” for quickly bringing web services into applications and portals. Well, now get ready for making novel and powerful use of content via RSS feeds in a similar way.

 
Apatar's Chief Executive Officer Chosen as a Finalist for Mass Technology Leadership Council's Techn

Chicopee, MA – Apatar, Inc., the first provider of open source, on-demand data integration software tools and services, announced today that Renat Khasanshyn, the company’s Chief Executive Officer, has been named as a finalist in the Mass Technology Leadership Council’s 2007 Technology Leadership Awards in the category of Emerging Executive of the Year.

 
Amazon Pushes Data Center-To-Rent Service

By Antone Gonsalves, August 7, 2007

ith EC2, the company CIO hopes application service providers can focus on adding features and not on power generators, bandwidth, and hard disk failures.

 
Two Ways To Deal With SOA's Data Integration Challenge

By Charles Babcock, July 7, 2007

It's one thing to integrate data across applications in an IT infrastructure. The methods and practices are tried and true. But implementing data integration across a service-oriented architecture poses new challenges.

 
Schedule Running Apatar Projects

By Tim Fehlman, August 2, 2007

As I have mentioned previously, Apatar is an excellent tool for filtering or modifying data in preparation for reports or for discovering trends in your data. Unfortunately, data is not static and changes regularly. This means that even once you get that really awesome Apatar DataMap completed, you need to run that on a regular basis.

 
LinuxWorld San Francisco 2007 Exhibitor Profiles

August 2, 2007

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LinuxWorld San Francisco 2007 takes place Aug. 6 - 9, 2007 at the Moscone Center North in San Francisco. Listed below are LinuxWorld exhibitor profiles. For in-depth information about the event, visit http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/live/12/media//SN404041.

 
Enterprise Feed Bleeds

You've probably just gotten used to the idea of "mashups" for quickly bringing Web services into applications and portals. Well, get ready for making novel and powerful use of content via RSS feeds in a similar way.

 
LinuxWorld San Francisco Kicks Off Next Week

FRAMINGHAM, Mass., August 2, 2007 - IDG World Expo, the leading producer of world-class tradeshows and events, today provided a preview of next week's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo®. Linux and open source users from around the globe will arrive at San Francisco's Moscone Center to examine the latest products and solutions, hear about emerging trends in the industry, and experience new content focusing on key themes including virtualization, mobile and embedded Linux, Linux on the desktop and more.

 
StrikeIron Announces Business Mashup Challenge Winner

Renat Khasanshyn, Apatar Founder and CEO, was awarded the prize for his mashup titled "Salesforce.com SMS Mashup using StrikeIron SMS Web Service". The mashup allows Salesforce.com users to send SMS (or text) messages to their customers and prospects from within Salesforce.com. To see more on this mashup please visit: www.apatarforge.org/wiki/x/AQA1.

 
StrikeIron Mashups are "Red Hot"

Mashups have received a considerable amount of airplay throughout the entire year, but the movement now seems to be picking up more steam than ever. We recently had our second mashup contest of the year hosted with IBM and saw some really innovative entries, including the winner from Apatar which integrated our Global SMS Web service with their own technology utilizing IBM's QEDWiki mashup platform to create a valuable Salesforce.com customer mobile communication solution.

 
Removing Data Noise with Apatar

There used to be a time when people would say, "I can't make a decision because I do not have enough information!" Now, you are more likely to hear something like, "I can't make a decision because I have too much information!" I have discovered a very useful tool called Apatar that allows you to do just that.

 
Apatar to Host Data Mashup Contest During OSCON, July 23-27, 2007, in Portland, OR and at LinuxWorld

The mashup phenomenon enabled users and developers around the globe to mix data easily, create gadgets/widgets, and join them in the form of situational applications.

 
Open Source ETL Takes On Proprietary Intelligence

One of the pillars of business intelligence capabilities is something called ETL , an acronym standing for extract, transform and load. ETL can also be a pillar for business integration as well.

 
Podcast: SF power outage, Apple earnings, mashups and more.

This week on the Dan & David Show we discuss Apple's quarterly earnings (which were released just before we recorded the show-270,000 iPhones sold in the two-day launch before the end of the quarter) and the power outage in San Francisco that took out ZDNet, Craigslist, Technorati, Yelp and other sites hosted at 365 Main.

 
Apatar Data Mashup Contest

More news from OSCON: Apatar has launched a Data Mashup contest at the show to promote wider use of its open-source data integration tool.

 
Mashup Camp 4 Wrapup
Data is also collected from Google Local Search, Google Finance, Google Maps, AccuWeather, and tools including Dapper and Apatar. See the screenshot below for an example:. For some good notes on the variety of discussions that took ...
 
Mashup culture shatters crusty, stodgy old approach to business app dev
By David Berlind, July 23, 2007
To easily get at this data, CCA uses Apatar's data connector for extracting data from salesforce.com. Once CCA is done presenting a list of leads for cold ...
 
A bumper crop of new mashup platforms
By Dion Hinchcliffe, July 23, 2007
Apatar is a mashup product designed to help "users and mashup developers to join their on-premise data sources with the Web and Office 2.0 applications ...
 
Watch a Walkthrough of Our Mashup Camp Contest Winner

Here's a link to coverage of the mashup contest winner (me and Renat Khasanshyn - not often I get to see "me" and "winner" in the same sentence) over at ZDnet: Mashup culture shatters crusty, stodgy old approach to business app dev.

 
Apatar Crashes Data Mashup Party
By Jeff Feinman, July 15, 2007

There is a new player in the growing enterprise data mashup field, and its name is Apatar. The Chicopee, Mass.-based company provides a suite of software for organizations that need to move data, with tools for application integration, data migration and warehousing, and synchronization.
 
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