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Enterprise Architect 8 offers SOA framework, Rackspace unveils media solution,  and Appistry releases cloud storage.

 Enterprise Architect 8 offers SOA framework

Sparx Systems, Cephas Consulting, and Methodologies Corporation unveiled the Service-Oriented Modelling Framework (SOMF) 2.0 with the release of Enterprise Architect 8, states PR Newswire.

Ben Constable, chief operations officer of Sparx Systems, says: "Integrating the SOMF framework into Enterprise Architect 8 was really a natural development. Sparx Systems has had a strategic interest in providing service-oriented architecture modelling tools. SOMF 2.0 provides a powerful, visual framework that gives our users a holistic view of their services landscape."

Michael Bell, the author of SOMF and founder of Methodologies Corporation, says he noticed a strong demand for SOMF, an enterprise software modelling framework, by a wide range of organisational stakeholders.
 

Rackspace unveils media solution

Rackspace Hosting has released Rackspace Media Services, an enterprise-level solution to provide an open source, direct-to-consumer (D2C) Web infrastructure, says Market Watch.

Designed for music recording labels and other media segments that need to accelerate content delivery online, the service allows scalability to respond to fan demand, and create new revenue streams.

Rackspace Media Service utilises the company`s experience in building and managing complex Web infrastructures build on a flexible, open source architecture.

Appistry releases cloud storage

Appistry has added new storage capabilities to its CloudIQ offering, giving solution providers a new cloud storage option, says ChannelWeb.

Appistry CloudIQ storage gives systems integrators a scalable, fault-tolerant storage option that can be used as a standalone or in conjunction with Appistry`s CloudIQ Engine.

CloudIQ Storage adds the ability to deliver storage to both private and hybrid clouds. Built for petabyte scales, it features a fully-distributed architecture with no single point of failure.

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