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Jack M. Germain
Why So Many Java Mugs?
11/07/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 868 Words

Commercial Web containers such as WebObjects by Apple and WebSphere by IBM are heavyweights that include lots of services, said Terracotta's Hartley.

Other non-commercial containers include Apache Geronimo , Jetty , Jaminid and Winstone . Other commercial Web containers are BEA...

Erika Morphy
IBM Kicks Mobility Play Into High Gear
08/10/08 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 586 Words

IBM Rational Host Access Transformation Services (HATS) -- software that helps developers translate desktop applications into a mobile user interface , plus Web services that ultimately give the end users access to mainframe applications from the mobile phone. WebSphere Business Monitor --...

Jason Z. Cohen
IBM's Homeward Bound Linux PC Push
08/05/08 3:46 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 627 Words

Other announcements included boosting its support for real-time Linux and a new version of WebSphere Application Server Community Edition, which is based on Apache's Geronimo project.

'Microsoft-Free Desktops'
It was the announcement of a program to offer PC vendors...

Dana Gardner
Apache CXF: All Grown Up
06/13/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1325 Words

Zachary: When you look at growth opportunities, back in 2001, JBoss app server was a single-digit market share, compared to the leading technologies at the time, WebSphere from IBM and WebLogic from BEA . In the course of four years, that technology...

Erika Morphy
Mass SQL Attack a Wake-Up Call for Developers
04/28/08 2:03 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1043 Words

However, they are not exploiting a particular flaw in these applications -- the exploit could have been written to target any database -- Oracle or WebSphere , for example.

Rather, the code exploits what security researchers are bemoaning as an elementary lapse...

Walaika Haskins
ACI, Big Blue Deposit SOA Into Financial Services
12/17/07 3:04 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 897 Words

The new offering will include IBM's DB2 database, WebSphere middleware and Tivoli management software as well as its Crypto-chip technology . It will also run a specially optimized version of AIC's payment processing software. The optimization supports the convergence of retail and wholesale...

Andrew K. Burger
The Green Technology Revolution, Part 2: Easing the Burden With Virtualization
12/13/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1194 Words

Reductions in power consumption and footprint can also be realized by more energy efficient, higher performance virtualization tools, such as WebSphere DataPower SOA (service oriented architecture) appliances and the IBM Cell Broadband Engine, Baird continued.

The former has performed XML and...

Andrew K. Burger
Meeting SOA and Web Services Security Challenges, Part 2
08/31/07 5:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1493 Words

"While there are some hurdles obstructing development of the variety of security standards being developed for SOA, there are also workarounds for incorporating them into an SOA as well as tremendous overall industry progress in advancing standards and protocols," added Sandy Carter, vice president of SOA & WebSphere ...

Katherine Noyes
IBM Turns a Brighter Shade of Green With Linux Mainframe Switch
08/01/07 1:39 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 640 Words

IBM has established teams to migrate, test and deploy the applications, which include WebSphere process, portal and application servers; SAP applications; and DB2.

"The mainframe is the single most powerful instrument to drive better economics and energy conservation at the datacenter today,"...

Keith Regan
IBM Earnings Continue to Impress on Software, Services Growth
07/19/07 11:21 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 794 Words

Within software, IBM's middleware lines such as WebSphere and Lotus remained king, accounting for more than 50 percent of revenue.

Growing Earnings
IBM continues to round out its software portfolio, which has grown through more than two dozen acquisitions...

Dana Gardner
A Sneak Peek at IBM's Jazz Collaboration App
05/22/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1036 Words

IBM will make elements of the Jazz community open, as well as interlace new Rational, Lotus, WebSphere and Tivoli products with Jazz.

Jazz is an innovation technology project by IBM Rational and IBM Research designed to help globally and organizationally dispersed development...

Chris Maxcer
As the Software World Turns, Part 2: Tools and Technology
05/08/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1064 Words

Pressure Is the Common Denominator
Large organizations tend to be skewed more heavily toward Java and J2EE frameworks, which also tend to use large and robust application servers like Oracle Application Server 10g, SAP NetWeaver Application Server, Sun JavaSystem Application Server, BEA Systems WebLogic, and IBM WebSphere ...

Chris Maxcer
As the Software World Turns, Part 1: Engineers In, Programmers Out
04/28/07 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1501 Words

IBM provides certifications for using its WebSphere and Rational development tools, as well as its Lotus Notes and Domino developer tools. Adobe , for instance, provides certifications for Flash, Dreamweaver and ColdFusion.

They all provide a measure of focused application development skill.

Chris Maxcer
PS3 Chip to Give Mainframes Second Life
04/27/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 696 Words

Hoplon makes middleware for virtual worlds, called bitVerse, which is currently under development using IBM WebSphere XD as the underlying runtime environment, along with IBM's DB2 database .

"Hoplon runs one of these massively parallel multiplayer game environments, and they switched their...

Kelly Shermach
Getting Physical With Online Shopping
04/14/07 1:30 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 718 Words

... retailers more concerned about getting savvy shoppers to return to their sites versus winning new Web surfers are employing new technologies that enhance -- and differentiate -- their sites. "2006 marked an important inflection point where the primary driver of online sales growth shifted from new customer acquisition to driving repeat business and maximizing wallet share," says Errol Denger, senior strategist for WebSphere ...

Walaika Haskins
Selecting Servers for the E-Commerce Operation
03/29/07 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 997 Words

Typically, high-end e-commerce servers include rack mountable server appliances that come preloaded with e-commerce software and tools, including Web services such as IIS, Apache, iPlanet, Tomcat and application services including Weblogic and Websphere, as well as database services such as Oracle...

Erika Morphy
RFID: Beyond Wal-Mart and the DoD, Part 2
03/13/07 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 833 Words

These systems will be then be integrated with Honda's existing IT infrastructure through a Linux and Java application built on the IBM WebSphere Application Server to better track inventory.

Right now, it is basically an internal productivity play. Next up? Honda...

Tim Gray
IBM Unveils Linux Server Consolidation Systems
02/16/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 541 Words

The Integrated Stack for Suse Linux Enterprise combines Novell's Linux operating system with a license-free version of IBM WebSphere Application Server Community Edition with Web-tier clustering support and IBM DB2 Express-C, a community version of IBM's database server.

The IBM System...

Chris Maxcer
IBM Open Client Bridges Mac, Windows, Linux Systems
02/12/07 1:19 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 660 Words

In addition, IBM's Open Client Solution includes WebSphere Portal 6.0, which is a server-based foundation for building portal applications and services that can be accessed through a common entry point via a browser. Plus, IBM's Lotus Expeditor provides an Eclipse-based Rich Client...

Andrew K. Burger
RFID and Wireless Sensor Networks in the Supply Chain
02/01/07 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1327 Words

Combining Intel RFID with its own ICODE technology, IBM WebSphere and DB2 software components, Philips re-engineered 13 supply chain processes and designed a systems architecture that integrates sensors, RF chips, applications , databases and user interfaces to connect networked RFID readers with...

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