Newly christened CodeGear, Borland Software's subsidiary offering developer tools, is ready to make its first major product announcement.
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Sun Microsystems's offering of the Java platform <a href="http://www.infoworld.com/article/06/11/13/HNopensourcejava_1.html">via open source</a> under the GNU General Public License is a "momentous" change, said Sun President/CEO Jonathan Schwartz on Monday. But IBM wants the Apache Software Foundation in charge of Java.
During the next 12 to 18 months Microsoft plans a barrage of announcements unequaled during any period in the company's history.
Open source technologies including Apache's Struts Java development framework and Jackrabbit content repository were among the projects debuting or getting upgraded at the ApacheCon conference in Texas last week.
Borland Software this week is rolling out an upgrade to its Together enterprise modeling tool for the Eclipse platform, featuring SOA capabilities. Borland Together 2006 for Eclipse Release 2 boosts its usefulness for SOA by enabling a UML-based (Unified Modeling Language) view of dependencies in an entire system. This lets developers understand where services are being invoked and helps them gauge the impact of changes, said Dave Hauck, director of marketing for Together technologies at Borland.
IBM at the SHARE conference on Tuesday previewed Tivoli management software for its System z mainframes that is intended to boost the platform's standing in SOA and Internet computing.
EMC, looking to further its plan for information-centric security, has agreed to buy RSA Security for about US$2.1 billion in an all-cash transaction, the companies announced on Thursday.
A successor to the Microsoft Windows operating system, while still very much in
Sun Microsystems on Tuesday launched its OpenSolaris program, which provides access to the Solaris operating system via an open source format, and also announced the release of 1,670 patents to the open source community.
Newly released worldwide database market share figures offer differing views on who is No. 1.
J2EE 1.4 is official, Sun Microsystems announced this week.
The Eclipse consortium for open source tools on Tuesday is announcing its Visual Editor Project, to deliver a visual GUI construction and editor platform.
SAN FRANCISCO (11/13/2003) - Sun Microsystems Inc. next week will ship Java 2 Enterprise Edition 1.4, which is designed to enable the use of Web services in Java applications, along with an application server based on the new platform.
SAN FRANCISCO (10/06/2003) - Sybase Inc. on Monday plans to ship Adaptive Server Enterprise 12.5.1, the latest version of the company's database that features self-management and Web services enhancements.