BEA Web services
- September 03, 2008
For ClearApp, maker of the QuickVision model-driven performance engine, the purchase means a powerful channel for innovative products. For Oracle it means another enhancement to its Web-and transaction-oriented management offering.
- August 11, 2008
Oracle is moving quickly to assure BEA customers that the WebLogic Java application server has an important place in the Oracle portfolio. Oracle's TopLink object-to-relational persistence architecture will become part of the WebLogic suite.
- July 17, 2008
Despite technical adherence to standards, ESBs from different vendors still don't play well with others, argues John Michelsen, chief architect at iTKO Inc.
- July 02, 2008
Oracle will take advantage of BEA's market leadership and adopt the BEA technology, now including complementary features from the Oracle application server.
- July 02, 2008
Oracle executives pledge to upgrade and maintain BEA products with no forced migration, but plan to merge the two companies' ESBs technologies into a single product.
- March 17, 2008
BEA AquaLogic Service Bus 3.0 is an "ESB market disruptor," that will be "a pleasant surprise" SOA, according to the Burton Group.
- January 17, 2008
The financial advantages of Oracle's purchase of BEA are more concrete than how the two companies' SOA products will integrate, which has analysts and competitors guessing.
- January 16, 2008
Oracle and BEA assured customers that BEA's products will be supported after the completion of the $8.5B deal announced today, but some analysts report hearing rumblings from the BEA customer base.
- December 12, 2007
BEA Systems Inc. is announcing it latest round of SOA upgrades, including a its AquaLogic Service Bus 3.0, which employs the SCA specification.
- October 29, 2007
Expiration on Sunday of the original Oracle Corp. $6.7 billion offer for BEA Systems Inc. does not mean the deal is off, meaning BEA's SOA customers face an uncertain future, analysts say.
- October 24, 2007
BI brings SOA home to business users, who may be skeptical or uninformed about the value of service-orientation, which explains why SOA vendors are scrambling for BI technology, analysts say.
- October 15, 2007
Oracle Corp.'s announced plan to buy BEA Systems Inc. appears to be a less friendly transaction today than it did on Friday, but it could transform SOA tools marketplace, analysts say.
- September 12, 2007
In the beginning there was AquaLogic Registry and Repository and around it forms BEA CEO Alfred Chuang's vision of Genesis, which is designed to combine SOA, BPM and Web 2.0.
- August 07, 2007
A new Aberdeen Group survey that tactical Web services implementations do not pay off as well as strategic SOA efforts validates other analysts and consultants' experience.
- April 18, 2007
New WebLogic 10 portal technology from BEA Systems Inc. impresses analysts with advanced technology for enterprise Web 2.0, but there are doubts as to how successfully it will mashup with service-oriented architecture implementations.