Oracle today said it has agreed to acquire AmberPoint, a supplier of software for managing service-oriented architectures, for an undisclosed sum.
The DOD looks to a common vocabulary to help reduce cost of developing and maintaining systems. Plus a Q&A Dennis Wisnosky, the DOD's business mission area CTO and chief architect.
Oracle plans to invest heavily in developing and selling hardware bundled with applications and database software.
Open source middleware provider WSO2 is billing its new Gadget Server as "a radical departure from traditional portals."
HP for the first time is enabling infrastructure and application provisioning services to third-party cloud providers, initially Amazon's EC2.
Sun Microsystems last week released the reference implementation of the newly approved Java Enterprise Edition 6 (Java EE 6) specification, as well new versions of the GlassFish application server and the NetBeans integrated development environment (IDE).
Application developers have a new tool that might make dealing with mainframe software a little easier.
The Java Enterprise Edition specification (Java EE 6) has been approved by the Java Community Process (JCP).
The momentum behind the OSGi-based modular approach to developing and deploying applications and libraries got some additional horsepower last week when Oracle and SpringSource announced that they would be the first two companies backing a newly proposed Eclipse project.
JRuby project co-lead Charles Nutter points to packed sessions at the annual Qcon conference as evidence of Ruby's growing popularity.
Google, Microsoft and Amazon pitched their respective cloud offerings during the keynote panel session at Interop New York Thursday.
Yousef Khalidi talked about Microsoft's new Azure cloud services at the Interop trade show on Thursday.
Microsoft's dev confab keynote spotlights Windows Azure and cloud development.
Google described its efforts in the enterprise software space, including its e-mail contract win with the city of Los Angeles.
Microsoft announced today in Berlin that it has acquired the Teamprise Client Suite, which supports Eclipse and other cross-platform environments for Team Foundation Server.