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(February 14, 2005, 5:33 PM) - Boston's Hynes Convention Center main entrance on Monday afternoon, the day before the conference starts. Web Services Edge 2005 East is due to open the next day at 8:00 AM.

No one has done as much in recent weeks and months for raising the profile of Web Services than giants like eBay, Amazon.com, and Google which is why software developers, IT managers, and i-technologists from all over the country are gathering in Boston for tomorrow's opening keynote address by Ackley, which will be followed on Wednesday by a keynote from Ari Bixhorn, Microsoft's director of Web Services Strategy in the developer and platform division, and one on Thursday from the Executive Director of Eclipse.org, Mike Milinkovich.

Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference & Expo delegates will be able to hear Matt Ackley, senior director of the eBay Developers Program 11:00 AM on Tuesday, February 15, 2005. Ackley will map out eBay's vision of making itself the leading global platform for online commerce, and will describe the key role that Web services is already playing in helping achieve that vision.

(February 15, 2005, 5:49 AM) - Hynes Convention Center Building will be open to show staff in 11 minutes. On the floor, this morning's USA Today.

(February 15, 2005, 6:02 AM) - Web Services Edge 2005 Expo Hall entrance. The Expo Hall will open at 12 noon today and SYS-CON.TV will bring this year's show live to viewers around the globe.

(February 15, 2005, 7:09 AM) - The first day of the show! Registration desk opens. The first conference delegates to this year's conference start collecting their badges at 7 AM.



(February 15, 2005, 9:17 AM) - Web Services Edge 2005 East morning sessions start with standing-room only attendance! The conference attendees will shortly have access to any time-clashing sessions which they couldn't attend simultaneously - on SYS-CON.TV Live Webcast pages.





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(February 15, 2005, 11:23 AM) - Matt Ackley of eBay during his opening-day keynote speech earlier this morning. eBay expanding Web Services Developers Program.



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(February 15, 2005, 12:21 AM) - Infravio founder and CEO Srinivas Balasubramanian with Jeremy Geelan live on SYS-CON.TV.

News Story: Infravio CEO's Aim: To Make X-registry "the De Facto Web Services Registry of Choice" (Live on SYS-CON.TV)



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(February 15, 2005, 12:21 AM) - Wayne Ariola of Parasoft with SYS-CON publisher Jeremy Geelan at the Web Services Edge show floor.

News Story: Parasoft announced today live on SYS-CON.TV the release of Insure++ 7.0 for the Novell SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 platform. As a Novell Silver Technology Partner, Parasoft developed this memory error detection solution to compliment Novell's Linux offerings for new and existing ISVs, IHVs and solutions provider partners.





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(February 15, 2005, 1:11 PM) - The first live SYS-CON.TV interview on the show floor, SYS-CON publisher Jeremy Geelan talking to Zev Lederman, CEO of aduva OnStage.



(February 15, 2005, 1:34 PM)Patrick Linskey, CTO of SolarMetric Live on SYS-CON.TV on the show floor, with Jeremy Geelan.

News Story: JSR-270, "Mustang," cleared JCP Executive Committee vote Monday night (February 28, 2005 @ midnight) which means that it is now approved as a project to be developed through the JCP. Also the Reconsideration Ballot for JSR-243 (Java Data Objects 2) ended with a resounding affirmation for JDO users, vendors, clients, and consultants.



(February 15, 2005, 1:37 PM)Mamoon Yunus, CTO of Forum Systems with Jeremy Geelan live on SYS-CON.TV. on the opening day of Web Services Edge 2005.

News Story: Forum Systems, the leader in Web services security for threat protection and trust management, announced today live on SYS-CON.TV the industry's first single-source threat intelligence service for XML Web services vulnerabilities as well as Forum XRay, a product that is designed to close the loop between security enforcement and proactive policy design and configuration.



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(February 15, 2005, 1:48 PM)Coach Wei, founder and CTO of Nexaweb Technologies announces live on SYS-CON.TV that Nexaweb recently won the SoftCon Benchmark test for its Siemens Web application project. Please stay tuned SYS-CON.TV's live coverage from the show floor.

News Story: Nexaweb Technologies, provider of the leading software platform for building and deploying rich internet applications, also announced at the Web Services Edge Conference, in Boston, its new Port Partner Program aimed at easing the migration of client/server applications to the Internet.

News Story: Bye Bye Client/Server: Nexaweb's Software Platform Helps Put RIAs On the Map.



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(February 15, 2005, 1:51 PM)Jared Rodriguez, founder, CEO and CTO of Skyway Software with SYS-CON publisher Jeremy Geelan, live on SYS-CON.TV. Mr. Rodriguez created the first internet marketplace software in 1996 when he was co-founder and CTO at TRADEX, a leading provider of e-marketplace software technology. After Ariba acquired TRADEX in the late 1990s, Rodriguez served as CTO at Ariba and a Principal of Armada Venture Capital Group, an early-stage venture capital firm. Rodriguez is an author of the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) specification and is listed as 'one to watch' among InfoWorld's 2002 list of technology innovators. Along with former TRADEX colleagues Daniel Aegerter and Jack Kennedy, Rodriguez founded Skyway Software in November 2001. His mission is to deliver a comprehensive suite of Enterprise Business Services that enables the development of business solutions with unprecedented speed. Following his service in the U.S. Navy, Rodriguez received a degree in Biotechnology from the University of South Florida.

News Story: "More Than Just Web Services Needed for SOA," Says Skyway Software (Live on SYS-CON.TV)



(February 15, 2005, 2:41 PM) -  Matt Ackley of eBay after his opening day keyonote speech and before his live SYS-CON.TV interview with Carmen Gonzalez, senior vice president of marketing and sales, Robyn Forma, advertising sales director, and Miles Silverman, vice president of advertising sales of SYS-CON Media.





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(February 15, 2005, 3:18 PM) - Ashish Larivee, director of product marketing, Novell Nsure & exteNd with Jeremy Geelan at her live SYS-CON.TV interview on the show floor. Larivee presented her "WS Security Track - Building Intelligent Enterprises with Novell's Identity-Driven Computing" tutorial the same day. Please tune into Ashish Larivee's entire presentation on SYS-CON.TV Live Webcast pages.



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(February 15, 2005, 3:18 PM) - Ted Hager of Novell with Jeremy Geelan, talking about the "mental virus."

News Story: Novell has been honored with product excellence awards for its security and management solutions by LinuxWorld Magazine editors today in Boston. Novell Nsure, Novell's identity and access management offering, was selected as the best security solution, while Novell ZENworks 6.5 for Linux management took top honors for best systems management tool.



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(February 15, 2005, 3:40 PM) - Mark Ericson, CTO of Mindreef, Inc. during his live SYS-CON.TV interview with SYS-CON publisher Jeremy Geelan.

News Story: Mindreef Ushers In Online Web Services Diagnostics (Live on SYS-CON.TV)





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(February 15, 2005, 3:57 PM) - Paul Lipton of Computer Associates with Jeremy Geelan, live on SYS-CON.TV at the Web Services Edge show floor.





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(February 15, 2005, 4:07 PM) - Anne Thomas Manes, vice president and research director, application platform strategies at Burton Group, with OMG (Object Management Group) founder and CEO Dr. Richard Soley live on SYS-CON.TV. Manes moderated the App Server Shoot-Out on the second day of the conference.



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(February 15, 2005, 4:22 PM) - Ivo Totev, senior technology evangelist of SAP, with publisher Jeremy Geelan, during his live SYS-CON.TV interview at the Web Services Edge 2005 East show floor. Totev also represented SAP at the First Annual App Server Shoot-Out on Wednesday which took place at the keynote hall.

News Story: SAP Reaches Out To Developers (Live on SYS-CON.TV)





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(February 15, 2005, 6:06 PM) - Yakov Fain, popular JDJ writer and editor talking to Jeremy Geelan live at SYS-CON.TV on the Web Services Edge 2005 East show floor. Fain's popular session "Java Track - Using Java Messaging in Real-Time Trading Systems" is available at SYS-CON.TV Live Webcast pages.



(February 15, 2005, 6:39 PM)Ari Bixhorn (watch Bixhorn's keynote), Director of Web Services Strategies at Microsoft with SYS-CON publisher Jeremy Geelan. Bixhorn just arrived to set-up his keynote to take place 11 AM tomorrow morning, on Wednesday, February 16th.



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(February 15, 2005, 6:39 PM)Derek Rodner announcing two major news from Unisys at the conference, including open source competition for University students.

News Story: Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced live on SYS-CON.TV a truly "open" competition to further the development of the commercial Linux marketplace. The contest, the first annual 'TuxMasters Invitational,' allows students to contribute their own open-source code to the burgeoning technological world of enterprise Linux.

New Story: Derek Rodner also announced that Unisys has achieved full Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (RHEL 4) certification on its Unisys ES7000 server line. Unisys is one of the first companies to achieve RHEL 4 certification for both 32-bit and 64-bit servers with up to 32 processors.

More Stories By Jeremy Geelan

Jeremy Geelan is Chairman & CEO of the 21st Century Internet Group, Inc. and an Executive Academy Member of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Formerly he was President & COO at Cloud Expo, Inc. and Conference Chair of the worldwide Cloud Expo series. He appears regularly at conferences and trade shows, speaking to technology audiences across six continents. You can follow him on twitter: @jg21.

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SOA Web Services Journal News Desk 12/02/05 06:18:25 PM EST

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

JDJ News Desk 12/02/05 03:45:55 PM EST

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA Web Services Journal News Desk 12/02/05 01:05:15 PM EST

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA News Desk 10/21/05 06:46:41 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA Web Services Journal News Desk 10/20/05 01:09:39 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SYS-CON.TV News 10/19/05 10:41:30 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA News Desk 10/19/05 10:10:47 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA News Desk 10/19/05 09:51:54 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

Praveen Sadhu 02/18/05 12:01:42 AM EST

excellent ...

Boston without snow 02/14/05 06:34:39 PM EST

How gracious of Boston to make the weather so mild for the time of year, all part of the master plan to help Web services take over the software and online-commerce world ;-)

Web services 2005-6-7-8 02/14/05 06:26:51 PM EST

Amazon are the leaders in this but eBay sure are catching up real fast - it will be interesting to hear what Microsoft says too isn't Brixhorn very big in the "Indigo" project?

WS-next 02/14/05 06:23:40 PM EST

###No one has done as much in recent weeks and months for raising the profile of Web services than giants like eBay, Amazon.com, and Google ###

It's the giants like Microsoft, eBay, and Visa too that have just joined forces to launch a program to share information about phishing attacks...hearing that they're all in the vanguard of Web services too is interesting

deveoper34 02/14/05 06:18:51 PM EST

I'm going to be there that's for sure...

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