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SYS-CON Radio interviews Cameron Purdy, president of Tangosol, about Coherence, which handles clustered caching and distributed computing.
SYS-CON Radio interviews Eric Newcomer, CTO of IONA, about IONA's middleware solutions.
SYS-CON Radio interviewed Mark Potts, HP's CTO of adaptive management, about their adaptive enterprise strategy and how HP is integrating its products with BEA's WebLogic Platform.
SYS-CON Radio spoke to Brad Micklea, product manager of Quest's APM Suite for J2EE, about the new release.
SYS-CON Radio interviewed Jeff Sposetti, CEO of Compoze Software, about groupware and portal environments.
SYS-CON Radio talked to Lewis Cirne, founder and CTO of Wily Technology, about application performance management and Wily's release of their new Wily Portal Manager.
SYS-CON Radio chatted with Chris Cummings, Interwoven's vice president of marketing, about enterprise content management software, WorkSite MP.
SYS-CON Radio talked to Matt link, an account executive with H&W, about their enterprise software solutions.
SYS-CON Radio interviewed Andrew Herrgott, product manager at Attachmate, about SOA and data centers.
SYS-CON Radio spoke to Brian Murphy, vice president of sales and marketing at PANACYA, about next-generation systems management.
SYS-CON Radio talked to Greg Dierickse, senior product marketing manager at Documentum, about enterprise content management.
WLDJ was a media sponsor at the recent BEA eWorld 2004 conference and expo in San Francisco, and SYS-CON Radio was there to get the latest on WebLogic directly from the industry's most influential IT professionals and executives.
Compoze Software has announced the availability of the Compoze Portlets 2.5, BEA WebLogic Edition, for BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1.
BEA's founder, chairman, and CEO gave the opening keynote yesterday at eWorld, the annual BEA techfest for its partners and customers. He spoke of how IT is no longer about integration but about 'compatibility' - and confirmed that BEA is going to put Liquid Computing firmly on the i-t...
Adam Bosworth, BEA's chief architect and senior vice president, advanced development, in his eWorld 2004 keynote today, demonstrated a future BEA technology concept code-named Alchemy, designed to enable mobile workers to be as productive offline as they are online.
BackWeb Technologies Ltd. has announced a solution that's designed to help BEA customers more easily and cost-effectively mobilize, or offline enable, any BEA Web application for mobile laptop users with intermittent network connectivity.
New software from Interwoven enables collaborative document management (CDM) capabilities within the BEA WebLogic Portal 8.1 and on WebLogic Application Server 8.1
The Quest Application Performance Management (APM) Suite for the J2EE platform has completed the BEA Validation Program and is now verified to integrate with BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1.
Just released is the Cape Clear Business Integration Suite for BEA WebLogic, an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) built around Web services standards and fine-tuned to support the full range of BEA WebLogic features.
Wily Technology has announced Wily Portal Manager 5.0 for BEA WebLogic Portal, expanding the industry's first and only family of enterprise portal management solutions.
BEA Systems' most recent accolade was bestowed by the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA), awarding BEA WebLogic Workshop the Codie award for 'Best Software Development Product.'
It wasn't all that long ago, the last issue of WLDJ if I am not mistaken, that I expressed my dismay over why so few projects in my travels were using WebLogic Workshop as the primary development IDE. And only a few readers sent in e-mails regarding their reasons for choosing another I...
In a move which in an instant extends by a mile the functionality that the OS Java platform enjoys, BEA Systems is expected today to announce the plans that until now it has codenamed 'Beehive' - whereby the proliferation of WebLogic Workshop apps can take off in an exponential way. It...
Wily Technology's Introscope 5.0 has completed the BEA Validation Program and is integrated with BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1. Joint Wily and BEA customers can now easily integrate Introscope 5.0 with WebLogic.
Over the past several months, I've had the opportunity to interface with several BEA WebLogic project teams and ask how they do their development. One question I usually bring up, mainly out of curiosity, is whether or not they decided to use BEA WebLogic Workshop as part of their ove...
With Web services usage on the rise, organizations are seeing a growing complexity in the enterprise systems being built. The need for a robust management solution is critical, as organizations look for better ways to monitor and control their IT environment.
Let's dive into the murky waters of modeling, describe some of its challenges, and provide, an overview of the state of business process modeling. In my first article in this series (WLDJ, Vol. 3, issue 4), I discussed the importance of architectural blueprints and best practices in or...
This article explores using MySQL as the database engine where the application is developed using BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 and deployed to BEA WebLogic Server 8.1. Using an archetypical J2EE architecture, I evaluate the impact of using MySQL from various aspects such as choosing the c...
BEA WebLogic 8.1 implements the Java Management Extensions (JMX) 1.0. Most WebLogic subsystems (JMS Providers, the JDBC Container, ExecuteQueues, etc.) and their constituents are instrumented as MBeans and contain attributes by which they can be configured, monitored, and managed. An...
What is a messaging bridge? And why and where would you use it? A messaging system is one in which applications are loosely coupled through the exchange of messages. In crude terms it is like an e-mail system for applications.
This article is the last in a series on BEA WebLogic Server administration and management for developers. The first installment focused on the WebLogic Server administration concepts and terminology, and the graphical tools for packaging an application and setting up and configuring a ...
One definition of a commodity is something that you take for granted. I'll bet there aren't many readers out there who wake in the morning and exclaim, 'Thank goodness there's air in the room to breathe!' Likewise, computer users will seldom give thanks for their operating systems, a p...
Business managers are demanding better, faster, and cheaper access to IT resources and environments. At the same time, IT budgets and resources are being cut, there is a proliferation of servers running at low utilization.
Euronext.liffe, a leading exchange for short-term interest rate derivatives and equity options, has chosen BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1 and BEA Services to help provide the foundation for a new service oriented architecture for its trading support systems.
Tim O'Reilly, founder and president of O'Reilly Media, is set to deliver a keynote at BEA eWorld 2004, the company's ninth annual technology conference.
We often like to assume that most corporate IT organizations have kept somewhat up-to-date with all of the various technological innovations over the years, and have done so in an incremental manner. However, the reality of the situation is quite different. You may (or may not) be surp...
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) has become the single most important theme in software engineering. Clearly, the proliferation and unanimous acceptance of Web services, together with a new wave of case-like IDEs that support the development of SOA-based solutions, make SOA the pref...
MySQL is a small, fast, and efficient database. This article discusses leveraging MySQL as the database with BEA WebLogic Server 8.1. We will look at using MySQL as the database engine where the application is developed using BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 and deployed to BEA WebLogic Serve...
Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) are application components that implement the EJB architecture specification and are part of the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platform. EJBs are ideally suited for the development and deployment of distributed, scalable, transactional, secure, portable, ...
Sometimes, HTTP session states are not replicated from the primary server to the secondary server. The application using HTTP session does not function as designed and you see a loss of session data. You might be asked to re-log into the application even when the session has still not ...