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NHIN Connect Using GlassFish and OpenESB
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The importance of information exchange in Health Care will continue to grow and the Federal Goverment has several projects to improve it, while also trying to reduce costs. And, as Bill wrote earlier in the year, Sun's Open Source has been actively engaged in this.

Added - Just noticed Tim O'Reilly's note on WhiteHouse.GOV's stack. They use MySQL, Drupal and Apache.

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Advantech - Systems Integration with OpenESB, GlassFish, OpenSSO and OpenMQ
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Our latest Adoption Story is about Advantech. This israeli company does software and systems integration in Java, SAP, Oracle and Microsoft environments. Alexis interviewed Dror Yaffe, the Chief Architect of the Java division, who explains their use of GlassFish server, OpenMQ, OpenSSO, OpenESB, MySQL and more.

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Forrester and the Mural OpenSource MDM Community
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We just launched Mural, our Open Source MDM (Master Data Management) project but Forrester's latest Wave Report already says: "Sun Microsystems debuted in the top slot among Strong Performers with solid data deduplication, architecture, and open-source …

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GlassFish, MySQL, OpenESB and OpenSSO in Education Initiative
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A second (after Open eHealth) Open Source industry announcement today.

Sun and the rSmart Group announced Kuali-based learning solutions leveraging Solaris(TM), MySQL, GlassFish(TM), OpenSSO and OpenESB.

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