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Jennifer LeClaire
IBM Gobbles Up Gluecode
05/10/05 8:41 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 472 Words

IBM today announced it has acquired privately held Gluecode Software, an open-source software and support services provider whose product compliments Big Blue's WebSphere application integration middleware portfolio. Based on core open-source technology from the Apache Geronimo application server , Gluecode is designed to...

Susan B. Shor
IBM Creates 'Extreme Availability' for NYSE
12/14/04 1:13 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 466 Words

It's a very significant endorsement of IBM's WebSphere platform."

First Outside Company
The NYSE previously had written its own middleware through its Securities Industry Automation Corporation (SIAC) because it had never been able to find commercial products up to the...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM Providing Online Resource Center for Developers
12/06/04 9:04 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 790 Words

Virtual Loaners
The IBM Virtual Loaner Program, based on IBM Virtualization Engine, IBM Tivoli, IBM WebSphere and Grid technologies, has expanded to offer application porting, testing and validation support for AIX 5L Version 5.3 and SuSE Linux (SLES9) on POWER5...

Elizabeth Millard
BEA Unveils Liquid Computing
05/26/04 10:18 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 639 Words

Meanwhile, QuickSilver is designed to improve compatibility between BEA's WebLogic applications, systems like .NET and other Java server software , such as WebSphere. The integration software is built around Web services protocols that allow data to be shuttled between disparate systems.

Alison Diana
Search Engines Critical to E-Business Success
04/16/04 4:19 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 777 Words

The company eventually selected a solution based on IBM WebSphere Commerce and the Atomz search engine , he said.

"We are very passionate about only doing things -- when our brand's at stake -- that are high-end, high-quality. We want ours to...

Kirk L. Kroeker
Sharp Brings Linux PDA to US
04/02/04 1:18 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 515 Words

The PDA natively supports IBM WebSphere and, according to the company, is rugged enough to withstand a drop from one meter above the ground without sustaining damage.

"The Zaurus SL-6000 has been designed specifically to help corporations connect mobile users seamlessly to...

Lesley Hensell
How Small Businesses Can Afford E-Commerce
11/07/03 4:06 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 786 Words

The company recently outgrew its patched-together in-house solution and migrated to IBM's WebSphere Commerce.

"When we were getting quotes from other companies, they were estimating exorbitant consulting fees every time," Rob Meyer, director of Internet services at Anaconda Sports , told...

Jay Lyman
IBM To Help RFID Rollout with Service and Software
09/15/03 9:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 680 Words

The IBM offering, based on open standards , links to retailers' existing back-end inventory systems using WebSphere Business Integration software running on WebSphere Application Server, DB2 Information Integrator, Tivoli Access Manager or WebSphere Portal Server.

IBM RFID spokesperson Jan Walbridge told...

Keith Regan
Top Servers for Boosting E-Business
03/31/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 706 Words

Indeed, Scott Hebner, director of the WebSphere product line at IBM, told the E-Commerce Times that companies choose IBM for the flexibility its servers offer.

"We're not offering a single product or a couple of products, but a complete software infrastructure,"...

Teri Robinson
Sun, IBM Battle for Web Services Developers
06/26/02 11:25 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 604 Words

In this round, the two behemoths are targeting the developer community, with Sun taking the wraps off of its Sun Open Net Environment Application Services Reference Architecture and IBM unveiling a WebSphere Software Developers Kit.

Web services is seen as a fast-growing...

Jon Weisman
IBM, Vignette in E-Commerce Alliance
08/03/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 421 Words

V/5, Meet WebSphere

The alliance blends Vignette's V/5 E-Business applications , which offer a framework for rapid assembly and deployment of component electronic commerce applications, with IBM's WebSphere platform , which supports e-businesses of all sizes. The multiyear agreement...

Andy Wang
IBM and Novell Team Up To Deliver E-Commerce Solutions
03/23/99 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 382 Words

The standard edition of IBM's WebSphere, a leading Java-based Web application server , which includes Web site management tools, will now be included in Netware. Novell will also be able to sell the advanced edition of WebSphere, which helps allow Web sites...

Richard Adhikari
SugarCRM, IBM Band Together to Socialize Business in the Cloud
04/05/11 10:45 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 631 Words

SugarCRM also unveiled an integration between its CRM software and IBM's LotusLive, new connectors for IBM Cognos Business Intelligence Suite, and IBM Websphere Cast Iron for the SugarCRM integration platform.

SugarCRM's integration with LotusLive gives users of both applications access to...

Charles King
IBM's Smarter Systems: Getting the Word Out
04/20/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 908 Words

Since IBM's workload optimization credentials have been well-established for some five decades, its no surprise that the technology underlies a host of company solutions, including WebSphere DataPower Appliances, WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance, Tivoli Foundation Appliances, ISS Proventia Server Intrusion Prevention System, Informix BladeCenter...

Charles King
IBM Connect 2009 - Meeting Critical Business Challenges
12/01/09 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 870 Words

At the same time, IBM invested billions in its own software development efforts, strengthening and expanding its WebSphere , DB2, Tivoli and Lotus middleware platforms, preparing the ground for a host of new offerings.

As a result, the company's...

John Higgins
The State of BPM: Poised for Takeoff
08/10/09 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1217 Words

That followed IBM's May rollout of enhancements for its BPM offerings, centered on its WebSphere product line. Also, Software AG a major BPM player headquartered in Germany, moved to bolster its capabilities when it announced on July 14 that it would acquire IT...

Dana Gardner
IBM Weaves Cloud, Appliance, BPM, CEP and SOA Into One Fabric
05/07/09 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 782 Words

... no time in bringing a needed cohesion across its products and solutions, IBM on Monday at its IMPACT 2009 event in Las Vegas unveiled a cloud-based business process modeling (BPM) service, tighter alignment with Amazon , better complex event processing (CEP) integration , reintroduced a WebSphere ...

Richard Adhikari
Novell Aims for the Clouds With Suse Enterprise 11
03/24/09 12:04 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 603 Words

What Makes Up Suse Linux Enterprise 11
For virtualization, Novell not only supports hypervisors, but it is also working with IBM to offer virtual instances of IBM's DB2, Informix Dynamic Server, WebSphere sMash, Lotus Web Content Management and WebSphere Portal,...

Erika Morphy
IBM Taps Amazon as Conduit for Affordable Cloud Offerings
02/12/09 12:11 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 617 Words

Amazon will be offering access to development and production instances of IBM DB2, Informix Dynamic Server, WebSphere Portal, Lotus Web Content Management, WebSphere sMash and Novell's Suse Linux operating system software. Eventually IBM will also push its Service Management capabilities from Tivoli...

Erika Morphy
CRM and the Enterprise 2.0 Challenge
06/13/08 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 873 Words

There's also Lotus Quickr , which has been specifically designed for intergroup collaboration and document sharing. WebSphere Portal , a mainstay of the company's direction with regard to collaborative technologies, has been designed to include support for WorkPlace ."

Finally, Columbus concluded,...

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