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David Jones
IBM Launches Private Cloud to Ease Public Cloud Transition
11/03/17 9:19 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 674 Words

IBM also introduced new container-optimized versions of core enterprise software including Websphere Liberty, Db2 and MQ.

Companies in heavily regulated industries like finance and healthcare have embraced private clouds as they plan their transitions to public cloud environments, IBM said. Companies...

Lynn Ward
What WebSphere Means for Your Business
06/04/03 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1638 Words

... marks the five-year anniversary of WebSphere , IBM's e-business application development environment. Many large companies were early adopters of this software ; in fact, it is implemented in 93 of the top Fortune 100 companies. However, IBM now is reaching out to...

Teri Robinson
IBM Aims To Eclipse BEA, Sun with New WebSphere
05/09/02 10:49 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 590 Words

... the announcement of its new WebSphere application server at the DeveloperWorks Live conference in San Francisco, IBM clearly is attempting to gain a bigger share of the US$2.19 billion market for e-business software . In the process, the tech giant also is...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM Leverages WebSphere in PIM Play
04/04/05 8:11 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 480 Words

The Websphere Connection
IBM is trying to corner the market by delivering pre-packaged integration among a trio of products including its product information management software , WebSphere Product Center, WebSphere Commerce and WebSphere Portal. But analysts said there is plenty...

Elizabeth Millard
WebSphere Commerce 5.6: More Than a Small Step
05/06/04 5:11 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 723 Words

In fact, Steve Gatto, marketing manager for IBM WebSphere Commerce, told the E-Commerce Times that enough improvements have been made to the application that it should have been bumped up to version 6.0 by now. However, the company has slowed down the product's...

Lesley Hensell
The Evolution of IBM's WebSphere
09/10/03 4:02 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 998 Words

... it comes to e-commerce software , IBM's WebSphere still reigns supreme. With market share of about 20 percent, the software giant has successfully fended off competition from feisty software integrators. However, as e-commerce spending increases, market forces are shifting dramatically. Even though...

Dana Gardner
Easing WebSphere Sticker Shock With MyEclipse Blue Edition
02/14/08 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1132 Words

... arrival of the IBM WebSphere Application Server 6.1 presents Eclipse-oriented developers with some big decisions. The newest version of this popular runtime will depend largely on Rational Application Developer (RAD) for tooling. While this recent runtime environment release is designed to ease...

Erika Morphy
WebSphere Commerce 5.4 Integrates Inventory and Order Management
07/30/02 5:15 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 615 Words

... days, online retailers are focusing primarily on profits, a distinct shift from the philosophy embraced in the dot-com heyday, Bart Lautenbach, director of WebSphere Commerce , told CRM Buyer Magazine. To reach their goals, this new generation of Web merchants is taking...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM Releases WebSphere MQ Version Six
04/21/05 10:23 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 500 Words

IBM today announced upgraded versions of its WebSphere software and support offerings. Big Blue hopes its WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Business Integration (WBI) Server Express software will help the company get deeper into the small and medium sized business (SMB) market. Scott Cosby,...

Jay Lyman
IBM Updates WebSphere Application Server
10/06/04 12:52 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 590 Words

IBM unveiled its much-anticipated WebSphere Application Server Version 6 this week, touting self-healing and management features that will save businesses from downtime and developers from drudgery. Big Blue said the new WebSphere infrastructure software -- a Java-based middleware package for tying applications together...

Erika Morphy
WebSphere Commerce Hones Integration Capabilities
03/10/03 12:38 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 511 Words

Not surprisingly, Steve Gatto, program director for WebSphere Commerce at IBM , is quite adamant that e-commerce is indeed alive and kicking. "E-commerce is definitely not dead," he told CRM Buyer Magazine. However, customers' requirements for this software are changing, he allowed, and...

Gene J. Koprowski
IBM Reorganizes, Debuts New Version of WebSphere
04/27/04 2:16 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 589 Words

WebSphere Software

Eyeing a niche that could be poised for faster growth, the company is debuting some new services software for its WebSphere line of technologies.

The move comes a bit earlier than some analysts expected but will...

Erika Morphy
WebSphere Boosts E-tailer's Presence in Japan
07/19/02 12:19 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 476 Words

Bean is relying on the latest WebSphere Commerce application to help integrate inventory and order-management systems -- and to connect directly to third-party suppliers. One feature that could help L.L Bean in this venture is the ability to let third-party order-fulfillment partners process...

Erika Morphy
WebSphere Application Server Version 5
11/25/02 11:58 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 558 Words

IBM has unveiled its WebSphere Application Server Version 5, an e-business infrastructure that builds on the integration capabilities of previous releases. This latest version is the natural next step in the evolution of application servers , said Stefan Van Overtveldt, director for WebSphere...

Erika Morphy
WebSphere Commerce - Java Power for Sporting Goods E-Tailer
10/18/02 10:21 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 389 Words

... and adventure goods company REI has decided to standardize its Web-based store channels -- including its kiosks -- on IBM's WebSphere application server , a move that will make it far easier to expand its e-commerce operations. "We have been running on...

Erika Morphy
IBM Introduces WebSphere RFID Information Center
12/18/06 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 470 Words

IBM has introduced new RFID (radio frequency identification) technology aimed at the pharmaceutical industry that it says not only provides better tracking information but also offers users more flexibility in analyzing the data that it generates. WebSphere RFID Information Center, essentially a data-gathering...

Jay Lyman
IBM Bridges Gaps in WebSphere Apps
04/21/04 3:45 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 551 Words

To help customers with SOAs, Big Blue is drawing upon resources across its various divisions to introduce new software and services offerings, such as: a new WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation; IBM Assessments for Services Oriented Architectures; and Strategy and Planning for Service...

Erika Morphy
StaplesLink Scales Up with WebSphere
03/14/03 10:43 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 597 Words

The most significant difference in this incarnation of the site is that it has migrated to a new platform based on WebSphere . The shift was made in anticipation of future growth. "Over the last three years, our revenues have hit double-digit growth,...

Carolyn A. April
Hot Software for Enterprise E-Business
01/22/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1022 Words

The company's sprawling e-business suite is comprised of "middleware" products, including WebSphere Portal and Commerce servers, that are anchored by the flagship WebSphere application server and DB2 Universal Database. WebSphere Commerce and Portal also sport ties to back-end systems through IBM's integration products...

Jennifer LeClaire
Mainsoft, IBM Partner to Expand Linux Ecosystem
01/16/06 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 548 Words

The program is designed to allow Windows Web and server applications to run on Linux across IBM's line of eServer platforms supporting IBM WebSphere Application Servers.

Mainsoft said enterprises that prefer WebSphere software will have greater flexibility to choose Linux as a...

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