Big Blue’s durable workhorse still has plenty of kick left in it. And customers, for that matter, are increasingly willing to deploy it in support of new workloads
Long-time Notes and Domino customers regard Workplace with suspicion—and IBM is still having trouble positioning the relationship between the two platforms
Compuware’s Vantage Analyzer lets customers identify and isolate J2EE performance problems—including troublesome memory leaks
An updated SQL Server ("Yukon") and Visual Studio, plus a new edition of Windows Server 2003 are among the highlights from the software giant
Vendors tout new products and services designed to appeal to their bread-and-butter application server constituencies—enterprise developers
The service-oriented architecture vision in practice may not be quite the slam dunk it looks like on paper
Programming automation gives developers more freedom to do their jobs
Using existing development methods, companies end up with software that doesn’t do what they need it to do. Agile software development offers a new mindset and approach to building applications that succeed.
Call-services specialist Rockwell tapped an outside QA specialist to nip potential application performance issues in the bud. It’s a growing trend.
Computer Associates positions open source Ingres as a natural for Big Iron Linux; IBM's Cloudscape will become Apache's Derby
IBM releases two new and three updated CICS tools
SLAs help ensure the timeliness and success of your application implementation, but they're anything but a slam dunk
Grid computing finds enterprise killer apps
NLayers' Insight creates application behavioral models to help organizations optimize and cut costs
In just one week’s time, Big Blue takes aim at Microsoft Office, announces new COBOL and WebSphere integration tools for zSeries, and introduces storage products aimed at satisfying new compliance regulations
Thanks to Mono 1.0, .NET is for Linux, Unix, and even MacOS
Another vendor jumps into Web services game.
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