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SYS-CON Media Readers Cast More Than 4,000 Votes In First Week Of Voting

More Than 50,000 Readers Expected To Define The "2005 Oscars Of The Software Industry"

1) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best App Server for Web Services

 

BEA WebLogic Server (BEA Systems); Borland Enterprise Server (Borland); JBoss Application Server (JBoss); Macromedia ColdFusion (Macromedia); Oracle Application Server 10g (Oracle); Sun Java System Application Server (Sun Microsystems); Sybase EAServer (Sybase); Virtuoso (OpenLink Software); WebSphere Application Server (IBM); Windows Server, Standard Edition (Microsoft).

 

2) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Book:

 

XQuery: The XML Query Language (Addison-Wesley); Developing Enterprise Web Services: An Architect's Guide (Prentice Hall PTR); Enterprise Service Bus (Sonic Software); J2EE" Web Services (Addison-Wesley); Perspectives On Web Services (IBM); Service-Oriented Architecture (Prentice Hall PTR); Understanding Web Services: XML, WSDL, SOAP, and UDDI (Addison-Wesley); Web Services: A Manager's Guide (Addison-Wesley); XML-Based Integration with XAware (XAware); XSLT 2.0 Web Development (Prentice Hall PTR).

 

3) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Framework for Web Services

 

BEA WebLogic Workshop (BEA Systems); BusinessWorks (TIBCO Software); Fiorano ESB (Fiorano Software); Grand Central Business Services Network (Grand Central Communications); HyperService Business Platform (NextAxiom); IBM WebSphere Software Platform (IBM); IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer (IBM); Java Web Services Developer Pack (Sun Microsystems); K2 Web Services Platform (iCMG); m7Professional 4.0 (m7); mScape (WestGlobal); Oracle Application Development Framework - ADF (Oracle); Rogue Wave LEIF (Rogue Wave Software); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); Systinet Product Suite (Systinet); Vista (Epicor); webMethods Enterprise Services Platform (webMethods); XML Business Integration Portfolio (Software AG).

 

4) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best GUI for Web Services Product:

 

Altova xmlspy (Altova); Ascential Real-Time Integration Solution (Ascential Software); Eclipse (IBM); Exchanger XML Editor (Cladonia Ltd.); Grand Central Business Services Network (Grand Central Communications); Hyperservice Studio (NextAxiom); IBM WebSphere Software Platform (IBM); mScape (WestGlobal); Novell exteNd Workbench (Novell); Primus Knowledge Center (Primus); Reactivity Manager (Reactivity, Inc.); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); XTT - Smart Web Clients for Java (InsiTech).

 

5) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Integrated Services Environment

 

Altova Enterprise XML Suite (Altova); Artix (IONA Technologies); BEA WebLogic Platform (BEA Systems); Business Services Network (Grand Central Communications); Cape Clear 6 (Cape Clear); E2open B2B Integration Solution (E2Open); Fiorano ESB (Fiorano Software); Hyperservice Business Platform (NextAxiom); IBM WebSphere Studio (IBM); Novell exteNd (Novell); Oracle JDeveloper 10g (Oracle); QDX Platform V (Quovadx); SeeBeyond Integrated Composite Application Network (SeeBeyond); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); Unify NXJ (Unify); Web Services Business Network (StrikeIron); webMethods Enterprise Services Platform (webMethods); XML Business Integration Portfolio (Software AG).

 

6) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Portal Platform for Web Services

 

BEA WebLogic Portal (BEA Systems); Business Services Network (Grand Central); IBM WebSphere Portal Server (IBM); mScape (WestGlobal); Novell exteNd (Novell); Oracle Application Server Portal (Oracle); Portal Builder (TIBCO Software); SeeBeyond Integrated Composite Application Network (SeeBeyond); Sun Java System Portal Server (Sun Microsystems); Tamino XML Server (Software AG); Vignette V7 Portal Services (Vignette); webMethods Portal (webMethods).

 

7) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Service-Oriented Architecture

 

ActiveBPEL (Active Endpoints); Artix (IONA Technologies); BEA WebLogic Platform (BEA Systems); Cape Clear 6 (Cape Clear); Compuware Uniface (Compuware); DreamFactory Software (DreamFactory); Fiorano ESB (Fiorano Software); IBM WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation (IBM); KnowNow 2 Enterprise Edition (KnowNow); m7 Application Assembly Platform (m7); Novell exteNd (Novell); SeeBeyond Integrated Composite Application Network (SeeBeyond); sforce (Salesforce.com); Skyway Builder (Skyway Software);

 TIBCO BusinessWorks (TIBCO Software); webMethods Enterprise Services Platform (webMethods); Westbridge XML Message Server (Westbridge Technology); XML Business Integration Portfolio (Software AG).

 

8) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Service Security Solution

 

Digital Evolution Service Manager (Digital Evolution); Digital Evolution XML VPN (Digital Evolution); Enterprise Service Integrator (Software AG); Forum Sentry Web Services Gateway (Forum Systems); IBM Tivoli Access Manager (IBM); Identity and Access Management Solution (Avanade); JWSDP 1.4 XML and Web Services Security (Sun Microsystems); Novell Nsure (Novell); Oblix COREsv 4.0 (Oblix); Reactivity Secure Deployment System (Reactivity); RSA BSAFE Secure-WS-J software SWS-J (RSA Security); TransactionMinder (Netegrity); VordelDirector (Vordel); Web Services Domain Boundary Controller WS-DBC (Xtradyne); Westbridge XML Message Server (Westbridge Technology); XML Guardian Gateway (Sarvega); XS40 XML Security Gateway (DataPower).

 

9) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services Platform:

 

Altova xmlspy 2004 Altova); BEA WebLogic Platform (BEA Systems); Business Service Network (Grand Central Communications); BusinessWorks (TIBCO Software); Cape Clear 6 (Cape Clear); eBay Developers Program (eBay); IBM WebSphere Application Server (IBM); Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (Sun Microsystems); Macromedia ColdFusion (Macromedia); Microsoft .NET Framework (Microsoft); Novell exteNd (Novell); Oracle Application Server 10g (Oracle); QDX" Platform V (Quovadx); sforce (Salesforce.com); Sun Java Studio Enterprise (Sun Microsystems); webMethods Enterprise Services Platform (webMethods); XML Business Integration Portfolio (Software AG).

 

10) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services Automation Tool

 

Altova xmlspy (Altova); Enterprise Service Integrator (Software AG); Exchanger XML Editor (Cladonia Ltd); Fiorano ESB (Fiorano Software); IBM WebSphere Studio (IBM); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); webMethods Fabric (webMethods).

 

11) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services BPM Engine

 

ActiveBPEL (ActiveBPEL); BEA WebLogic Integration (BEA Systems); BizTalkServer (Microsoft); Fiorano ESB (Fiorano Software); FuegoBPM (Fuego, Inc.); Novell exteNd (Novell); Oracle BPEL Process Manager (Oracle); Savvion BPM Studio (Savvion); Unify NXJ 10.5 (Unify Corp.); Unwired Orchestrator (Sybase); webMethods Enterprise Services Platform (webMethods); WebSphere Business Integration Modeler (IBM).

 

12) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services IDE

 

Altova xmlspy 2004 (Altova); BEA WebLogic Workshop (BEA Systems); Borland JBuilder (Borland); Exchanger XML Editor (Cladonia Ltd.); IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer (IBM); NetBeans/Java Studio Enterprise (Sun Microsystems); Novell exteNd (Novell); Oracle JDeveloper 10g (Oracle); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); Visual Basic.NET (Microsoft).

 

13) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services Integration Tool:

 

Above All Studio (AboveAll Software); ActiveWebflow Professional (Active Endpoints); Artix (IONA Technologies); BEA WebLogic Integration (BEA Systems); BusinessWorks (TIBCO Software); Enterprise Service Integrator (Software AG); Fiorano ESB (Fiorano Software); Grand Central Business Services Network (Grand Central Communications); IBM WebSphere Integration Broker (IBM); ILOG JViews (ILOG); Infrastructure Transformation (Avanade); Kapow RoboSuite (Kapow Technologies); MetaMatrix Integration Server (MetaMatrix); Novell exteNd (Novell); sforce (Salesforce.com); Shadow z/Services (NEON Systems); Steam XML (Clear Methods, Inc); Stylus Studio XML IDE Stylus Studio); Unwired Orchestrator (Sybase); Virtuoso 3.5 (OpenLink Software); webMethods Enterprise Services Platform (webMethods).

 

14) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services Legacy Adapter or Utility:

 

Altova xmlspy (Altova); Artix Mainframe (IONA Technologies); Business Services Network (Grand Central Communications); Enterprise Legacy Integrator and Adapters (Software AG); IBM alphaWorks Emerging Technologies Tool Kit (IBM); IBM Web Services Tool Kit (IBM); IBM WebSphere Host Access Transformation Services (IBM); jAllora (Hit Software); Kapow RoboSuite (Kapow Technologies); Logidex (LogicLibrary); Novell Nsure UDDI Server (Novell); Shadow z/Services (NEON Systems); SOAPscope 4.0 (Mindreef); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); Tamino XML Server (Software AG); webMethods Enterprise Services Platform (webMethods); WebSphere Integration Adapters (IBM).

 

15) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services Management Tool/Platform:

 

Acsera 5 (Acsera); Altova Enterprise XML Suite (Altova); AmberPoint Exception Manager (AmberPoint); AmberPoint Management Foundation (AmberPoint); AmberPoint Service Level Manager (AmberPoint); BEA WebLogic Platform (BEA Systems); Digital Evolution Service Manager (Digital Evolution); Digital Harbor Piie Platform (Digital Harbor); IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Transaction Performance (IBM); Oblix COREsv (Oblix); Oracle Enterprise Manager (Oracle); SOAPStation (Actional); webMethods Enterprise Services Platform (webMethods); XML Business Integration Portfolio (Software AG).

 

16) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services or XML Site:

 

www.altova.com/dev_portal.html (Altova); BEA dev2dev (BEA Systems); Business Services Network (Grand Central Communications); capescience.com (Cape Clear Software); Developer Communities (Software AG); Developer's Corner (Systenet Corporation); IBM developerWorks (IBM); IONA Artix Tech Zone (IONA Technologies); Oracle Technology Network otn.oracle.com (Oracle); PerfectXML (PerfectXML); sforce (Salesforce.com); stylusstudio.com (Stylus Studio); Sun's java.sun.com/webservices Web Site (Sun Microsystems); WebServicesMall.com (Xlicons); Xmethods.net (XMethods); xml.org (Oasis).

 

17) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services Testing Tool:

 

Altova xmlspy (Altova); AmberPoint Express (AmberPoint); ANTS Load (Red Gate Software); Compuware DevPartner Java Edition (Compuware); Compuware DevPartner Studio Professional Edition (Compuware); Exchanger XML Editor (Cladonia Ltd.); IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Transaction Performance with Rational Robot (IBM); Oracle JDeveloper 10g (Oracle); SIFT (Service Integrity); SilkPerformer (Segue Software); SilkTest (Segue Software); SOAPscope (Mindreef); Soaptest (Parasoft); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); Vordel SOAPbox (Vordel).

 

18) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best Web Services or XML Training:

 

Altova Educational Services (Altova); AppDev ASP.NET CD-ROM Training (AppDev Training); ASP.NET Web Services Fundamentals (LearnKey); BEA dev2devTM (BEA Systems); Business Services Network (Grand Central Communications); Career Path Training for Software Testers (Vettanna); Certification Exam Simulator (Whizlabs Software); DemoZone (Software AG); IBM developerWorks Speedstart Web services (IBM); IONA Web Services and SOA Foundation Course (IONA Technologies); Mindreef SOAPscope (Mindreef); Sun Java Web Services Developer Pack Tutorial (Sun Microsystems).

 

19) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best XML Utility

 

Ektron CMS (Ektron); Exchanger XML Editor (Cladonia Ltd.); Exegenix Conversion Satellite (Exegenix); IBM DB2 XML Extender (IBM); Java API for XML Processing (Sun Microsystems); Oracle10g (Oracle); Pantero Designer (Pantero); Sarvega XML Speedway Processor (Sarvega); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); Tamino XML Server (Software AG); XMetaL Author Blast (Radius); XSLMaker (Promind Systems); XSLT Processor of Altova xmlspy (Altova).

 

20) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Best XML Parser:

 

Altova xmlspy (Altova); ContentMaster (Itemfield); DataPower XA35 XML Accelerator (DataPower Technology); IBM XML Parser for Java (IBM); J.A.D.E. Java Addition to Default Environment (The Dautelle Family); Java API for XML Processing JAXP (Sun Microsystems); Oracle XDK (Oracle); SOAPscope (Mindreef); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); x-Fetch Performer (Republica Corp.); XESOS XML EventStream Operating System (Sarvega).

 

21) 2005 Web Services Journal / XML Journal Readers' Choice Awards - Most Innovative Application of XML

 

Altova xmlspy (Altova); Call Control XML Interpreter (IBM); eBay Developers Program (eBay); Exchanger XML Editor (Cladonia Ltd.); Integrated Electronic Service Delivery IESD (Software AG); Macromedia Flex (Macromedia); sforce (Salesforce.com); Stylus Studio XML IDE (Stylus Studio); XA-iServer (XAware); XMAX XMetaL for ActiveX (Blast Radius); XML Canon/Developer (TIBCO Software).

More Stories By Jeremy Geelan

Jeremy Geelan is Chairman & CEO of the 21st Century Internet Group, Inc. and an Executive Academy Member of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Formerly he was President & COO at Cloud Expo, Inc. and Conference Chair of the worldwide Cloud Expo series. He appears regularly at conferences and trade shows, speaking to technology audiences across six continents. You can follow him on twitter: @jg21.

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webdevguy 03/17/05 07:25:17 PM EST

this is a very strage voting process, having the live results tabulated in real time? seems rather odd to me.

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