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Intentia: Java Evolution From AS/400
Movex Ver. 11 NextGen is the first ERP software written entirely in Java. Nevertheless, we believe that AS/400 products will still contribute more than 70% of total license revenue within the next 3 years, while Java-based products running on other platforms will not gain major user acceptance and will contribute a maximum of 30% of total license revenue within the same time frame.
: Intentia: Java Evolution From AS/400 Intentia: Java Evolution From AS/400 P.J. Jakovljevic - September 1, 1999 Read Comments Vendor Summary Intentia International AB is an internationally established provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for mid-sized companies in various manufacturing and distribution industries. Founded in 1984, with headquarters in Kista, Sweden, Intentia International is the third largest ERP vendor in Europe and eighth-ranked ERP vendor, with $308 million in revenue
J2EE/Java EE Performance
This white paper looks at ways to increase system performance without touching the code, and to formulate a strategy for adopting best practices provided by Apache, Red Hat JBoss, Sun JDK, and various other distributed components.
: J2EE/Java EE Performance J2EE/Java EE Performance Source: GE Document Type: White Paper Description: This white paper looks at ways to increase system performance without touching the code, and to formulate a strategy for adopting best practices provided by Apache, Red Hat JBoss, Sun JDK, and various other distributed components. J2EE/Java EE Performance style= border-width:0px; /> comments powered by Disqus Source: GE Learn more about GE Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these
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: been building up its Java group, while IBM appears to have backed away from Java (and Sun, by extension) by refusing to support various Java initiatives. Meanwhile, Sun, always happy to talk down the competition, is being pro-active in its own way, going after IBM and AIX in the press. Said David Gee (formerly of IBM, lured into Sun s Java group), (Some of my former colleagues) are in a very difficult position; they re defending a declining company. The fundamental issue with IBM is that it s not gaini
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Magic Quadrant for B2B Gateway Providers
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: market with its Sun Java Business-to-Business Suite, which is rated on this Magic Quadrant. Dropped Click Commerce was acquired by Illinois Tool Works (ITW) and hasn t been competing aggressively in the stand-alone B2B gateway software market. iSoft was acquired by nuBridges (see above). Oracle still offers a B2B gateway software solution, but is no longer competing aggressively in the stand-alone B2B gateway software market (see a more-detailed analysis above). webMethods was acquired by Software AG
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At JavaOne in San Francisco, a battle ensued between BEA Systems CEO Bill Coleman, and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. In a truly ugly display of how contentious the application server market has become, they argued over whose product was better, faster, cheaper. The keynote was so rife with charges and countercharges that they had to hold an after-keynote press conference to explain themselves.
: the virtues of the Java programming language, its ROI for business, and its speed of implementation. This keynote speech indicated that there is more to the application server war than meets the eye. The keynote started off innocuously enough, with BEA CEO Coleman speaking about BEA s future proof concept of development. Coleman discussed at length the wonders of J2EE (Java 2 Enterprise Edition), J2SE (Standard Edition), and J2ME (Micro Edition for embedded applications). His presentation was 85% Java
AS/400 Users’ “Phantom Limb” Pains » The TEC Blog
The current release is Java code, but much of this has been ported from RPG, a proprietary IBM language that was most popular on the AS/400 (and before that, System 38). I have not been an iSeries user for about 5 years, but at that stage the iSeries held the top benchmarks for java performance and also the highest number of concurrent Lotus Notes users. Also, the structure of the system lowers the administration cost of the box (ie: less techs to keep it going). I have never worked at a site where there
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: chosen Allaire s JRun, a Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages (JSP) engine, to power its in-store information kiosks. Home Depot, the world s largest home improvement retailer, has established JRun as a corporate standard for Web-based development projects. JRun supports Sun Microsystems JavaServer Pages (JSP) 1.0 specification and provides an environment to build and deliver Java Servlets and JSP applications on a variety of operating systems using all the major Java Virtual Machines and Web servers. By
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