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DEFINITION: Shared source is a software licensing concept that is more open than the proprietary approach to licensing but more restricted than the open source model. Under a shared source program license, authorized parties are granted full or partial access to source code. Typically, those granted access can view source code but cannot alter it for any commercial purpose. Some shared source programs allow  … 
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WEBCAST: Sun GlassFish ESB has been designed to catalyze a lightweight business integration deployment project. It offers a "fit-to-purpose" mix of features, functionality, extensibility, and support at the best cost possible, with minimal overheads for development
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Vyatta Community Edition 4 - Open-Source Routing and Security
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TRIAL SOFTWARE: Vyatta delivers complete, ready-to-deploy, open-source networking solutions that make it possible for anyone to own an enterprise-class router/firewall/VPN for a fraction of the cost of traditional closed-source, proprietary products.
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SOFTWARE DEMO: Discover how Actuate enables organizations to make interactions and service a better, more convenient experience for their customers.
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Real Technology Lessons
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SOFTWARE DEMO: Forget the jargon, you need real technology to help you get things done. View these simple lessons from Red Hat for open source applications you can trust.
Posted: 18 Sep 2007 | Premiered: 01 Sep 2007

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DeveloperWorks Interview
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PODCAST: How can Governance not be seen as a hindrance - but as an enabler, and provide the freedom to operate without worrying about those issues. This podcast reviews governing development as the next step in development organization transformation.
Posted: 09 Apr 2007 | Premiered: Apr 9, 2007

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PODCAST: With the integration world moving from rigid, static EAI to dynamic, loosely coupled SOA and the evolution from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0, these two technological fronts are poised to come together.
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OPEN SOURCE DEFINITION (continued): …  only viewing of code; others allow non-commercial alteration and/or redistribution. Microsoft originated the shared source approach, which has since been adopted by other major industry players, including Hewlett-Packard and Sun Microsystems.The shared source model offers fewer benefits than the open source model. It lacks, for example, the collaborative improvement process promoted by the open source approach. However, even the ability to view source code can be helpful. Shared source code can help developers ensure compatibility with existing programs and can make it easier to review source … 
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