J2EE 1.4 heats up tools market
||As J2EE 1.4 debuts,
focus moves to tools
Sun Microsystems marked the advent of Version 1.4 of Java 2 Enterprise Edition
(J2EE) at a press event in San Francisco that featured most of the big names
in Java tools and application servers. A tools panel included representatives
from Borland, BEA, IBM, Oracle and Sun.
|Wily 5 supports JBoss
Lewis Cirne founded Wily Technology in 1998. Wily tools support a range
of app servers, and the JBoss open-source server has just been added to
the mix. Read more
||IBM unveils new SOA offerings
IBM joins other top-tier Java market players that continue to vigorously
promote Service-Oriented Architecture as solution to enterprise problems.
Sonic’s JMS pack goes for continuous availability
When the founders of Sonic Software Corp. got their hands on the Java Message Service (JMS) specification in 1999, they saw an opportunity to steal a march on new application server vendors that would sooner or later find a need for standard messaging middleware. The company is still in the lead, contends Sonic CTO Gordon Van Huizen.
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Java configuration management client debuts
At the recent SD West Conference in Santa Clara, Calif., McCabe introduced a
new Java-enabled version of its TRUEchange client, which is designed to meet
the evolving needs of development managers. To read more, click