Top 20 Providers
& Top 30 Enablers
Sun Portal Server Hits With SOA Touch
The new free portal server takes aim at Web 2.0 app deployment. (December 16, 2005)
Myths And Realities of Web Services
They’re the holy grail of computing but you still better beware of their ups and downs. (December 15, 2005)
On-Demand Software Not a Total Solution
Salesforce CEO says customers are “hypnotized” by the Microsoft mystique. (December 15, 2005)
Microsoft: Real-Time Requires Open Systems
Redmond goes RTM with its Office communicator platform and offers yet another Web-based version of its software. (December 13, 2005)
Jeremy Allaire says the future of TV is on the Web. (December 13, 2005)
A CRM Sandbox For Wary Customers
New testing service will let companies try out apps in a parallel IT universe. (December 12, 2005)
SugarCRM Sweetens Open Source CRM
Version 4.0 set to debut this week, but is the pace of innovation too fast
for enterprise users?
(December 12, 2005)
Intalio Buys Rival BPM Provider FiveSight
The business process management provider adds key technology to
orchestrate a company’s Web services and processes.
(December 9, 2005)
BEA Revs JRockit
The software maker takes JRockit up a notch in version 5.0, enabling
it to serve applications better.
(December 8, 2005)
BEA Goes Blending, Bundling in Beijing
The company has three new products in the pipeline for 2006, all geared toward putting a fresh face on SOA.
(December 7, 2005)
OpSource Goes After On-Demand Startups
New software-as-service incubator offers free trial for ISVs. (December 6, 2005)
Microsoft’s CRM For The Divisional Set
Redmond’s CRM 3.0 fills divisional roles within the enterprise. (December 6, 2005)
Arena Moving to the Big Leagues
The latest update to the hosted PLM software features an Ajax-style
UI, code-free customization and compliance tools.
(December 5, 2005)
SOA Vendors Make Moves
SOA Software and Amberpoint duke it out in the burgeoning space for distributed computing management software. (December 5, 2005)
Rhapsody.com Extends Real’s Web Reach
RealNetworks’ new service supports Linux and Apple’s Safari browser. (December 5, 2005)
JBoss Buys Arjuna Transaction Suite
The professional open source vendor climbs further up the stack
with the addition of technology that handles information traffic.
(December 5, 2005)
Windows Live One Care Beta Goes Live
Users can try out the next-generation Windows health program for themselves.
(December 1, 2005)
Hosted Service Aims to Help SMBs Start and Grow
Two application suites from Smart Online offer a host of tools and software for new and developing small businesses. (November 30, 2005)
IBM Devises SOA Programming Model
UPDATED: Big Blue and other infrastructure software players band together to create an open SOA programming model.
(November 30, 2005)
UPS Delivers For Internet Heavies
Yahoo and eBay benefit from the company’s holiday push. (November 29, 2005)
Microsoft Enhances Hosting Platform
The hosted offering is updated in time for Windows Mobile 5.0; a new hosting program lets providers pay as they go. (November 28, 2005)
SAP Gaining Ground in Merchant Applications
The company will purchase Khimetrics to keep up with Oracle in the retail
(November 22, 2005)
Video Syndication AOL’s Next Big Thing
NetTV startup Brightcove gets a broad video distribution deal with AOL, and some VC love.
(November 22, 2005)
Microsoft Launches Free Hosted E-Mail
Windows Live Custom Domains is an alternative to Passport system. (November 21, 2005)
Wading Through ‘Spaghetti Code’ The IBM Way
SMILE if you love building better SOAs. (November 18, 2005)
IBM Strikes Hard With ‘Viper’ DB
Packed with more native XML bite than ever before, IBM’s next DB2
server enters the world as an open beta.
(November 16, 2005)
No Middling in IBM’s Master Plan
IBM unveils a few software options for helping customers master data management. (November 15, 2005)
MSN Rolls Enterprise-Strength Desktop Search
New version aims at coming Microsoft services.
(November 15, 2005)
Exposing Legacy Apps to Today’s SOAs
HP adds another feather to its SOA practice cap, offering services to bind old and new architectures.
(November 9, 2005)