Crystal Reports has dominated the market for
developer-oriented reporting tools for as long as
decade, but that may be about to change.
In-process integration beats out other, out-of-process integration approaches in many ways. You get higher performance, more reliable integration, and better security.
Check out tools for building Web apps and integrating portlets, data access and reporting products, tools that support the EJB 3.0 persistence, and more.
JavaOne exhibitors continue to showcase their offerings this week. Find out about open source products, tools for integration and distributed applications, Java IDEs, and more.
With more development for mobile devices than PCs, now's the time to expand the network and capitalize on your investments, said Nokia CTO Pertti Korhonen in his keynote address at JavaOne.
The JCP recognizes leadership and innovation within the Java community.
Many vendors are exhibiting their wares--new products, new services, or new technologies--at this year''s JavaOne Conference in San Francisco. Get a glimpse of these vendor highlights.
In his keynote, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy acknowledged a digital divide in today's world and asked the Java community to help eliminate it. See what else he said about Sun's future.
The Java Community Process sponsored a roundtable discussion at this year''s JavaOne conference. Read some highlights from this distinguished panel of spec leads on the JCP and where it's going.
Building a solid IT infrastructure is essential to maintaining communications in your organization. Here''s a sampling of key products vendors are showing off at TechEd 2005.
Managing data across a highly diverse organization with operations around the globe is a challenge. With operations in more than 140 countries, and more than 112,000 employees, the Royal Dutch/Shell Group provides a good example of such large-scale data management.
SIMs collect raw data from security-related software and systems, correlate it, aggregate it and then present it in a way that makes it actionable.
Sprucing up legacy apps with a new look and feel using SOA or Web services, rather than replacing them, can provide value for years to come.