In San Francisco at JavaOne, vendors, press and users alike closely inspect Oracle and other companies' SOA wares from middleware to databases, development tools to new standards, and legacy modernization to brand new platforms. This year is the first year that the JavaOne conference is held in conjunction with Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle Develop. Join SearchSOA.com as we take a look at all these conferences have to offer in 2010.
Java and OpenJDK additions discussed as Oracle takes JavaOne stage
Oracle outlined OpenJDK additions and enhancements destined for future versions of Java at JavaOne in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Java Father James Gosling lobbied developers to call for an open Java foundation.
New day for Java as Oracle World approaches
Oracle grew considerably in recent years as it scooped up a host of would-be competitors. Read highlights on Oracle's rise to power in anticipation of the combined OracleWorld and JavaOne conferences.
Oracle sues Google for Android Java use
Google made wide use of the OpenJDK developer package to enable Java developers to quickly create Android applications, and has made inroads versus Java ME, a long-standing effort to place Java on small mobile devices. Now, Oracle has sued Google for patent and copyright infringement.
Java Product News
Parasoft introduces testing tools for Oracle applications and middleware
Parasoft Corporation, a provider of automated solutions and infrastructure services focused on software quality and the software development process, announced Parasoft SOAtest - Oracle Fusion Edition. The company calls the new offering a full-lifecycle quality platform that delivers a continuous quality process for developing applications and business processes.
HP targets private cloud for Oracle applications
HP has announced its Private Cloud Solutions for Oracle Applications target clients that deploy Oracle applications on complex multitier environments. The integrated private cloud offerings are aimed at improving the deployment process. The hardware and software components come already configured for Oracle applications. The offering is based on HP's BladeSystem Matrix with Cloud Service automation software and StorageWorks data services.
RedHat's Java platform for cloud
Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings like Google Apps or Windows Azure may soon contend with a new open source competitor. Red Hat has revealed plans to release a PaaS offering that will extend their JBoss Open Choice portfolio. The PaaS offering is designed to allow programmers to build with Java EE, Spring and POJO, as well as a variety of other programming models, APIs and languages including Groovy and Ruby.
Oracle extends 11g line with GoldenGate, Data Integrator updates
Data Integrator Enterprise Edition 11g improves support from development through management by providing integration with Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Enterprise Manager as well as including a design environment that incorporates GoldenGate 11g's log management capabilities for real-time data warehousing solutions. Read this quick update to learn more about the upgrades to Oracle's Data Integrator Enterprise Edition 11g and GoldenGate 11g.
Oracle's Ellison sees success in Java-based middleware
As Oracle took over the Sun-originated Java language, CEO Larry Ellison said the company's success in monetizing Java hinges on its overall success in middleware.
Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g supports SCA, JavaServer Faces development
The Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g application integration and development infrastructure became a cornerstone of Oracle's middleware presence.
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