Sun Microsystems Web services

  • April 22, 2009 22 Apr'09

    Java side of Sun seen strengthened by Oracle buy

    Sun Microsystem's Java assets may have more room to grow under its new Oracle umbrella, viewers suggest. Still, others voice concern about MySQL, the open source database that would join database giant Oracle's portfolio if its $7.4-billion merger ...

  • May 06, 2008 06 May'08

    Open source software requires governance, Burton warns

    Harried developers are making use of open source components for SOA and proprietary applications, but management doesn't even know it is there, a Burton Group analyst warns.

  • March 18, 2008 18 Mar'08

    Eclipse, Sun and Oracle team up on persistence API

    The surprise announcement from this week's EclipseCon, is Sun Microsystems selecting the Oracle led EclipseLink project as the reference implementation for the Java Persistence API 2.0.

  • September 17, 2007 17 Sep'07

    GlassFish tuned for enterprise scale SOA performance

    Today's release of GlassFish V2 open source Java EE 5 app server offers a high performance, scaleable alternative to commercial products for SOA implementations, according to Sun Microsystems Inc.

  • August 13, 2007 13 Aug'07

    Sun rises in Forrester evaluation of platforms for SOA/BPM

    With the addition of technology from its SeeBeyond acquisition and the work it has done with its GlassFish open source application server, Sun Microsystems Inc. is moving up in a Forrester evaluation of application servers for SOA and BPM.

  • May 16, 2007 16 May'07

    Sun grapples with ESBs, JBI and Java EE for SOA, part 2

    In part two of our interview from this month's JavaOne Conference with Kevin Schmidt, director for SOA products at Sun Microsystems Inc, he talks about issues Sun still grapples with as it continues to integrate the technology it acquired from ...

  • March 06, 2007 06 Mar'07

    Sun SOA roadmap focuses on B2B

    What is business-to-business other than architecture-to-architecture as business partners develop Web services connections in the SOA world, suggests a Sun Microsystems vice president while unveiling the latest milestone on the SeeBeyond integration...

  • December 18, 2006 18 Dec'06

    Java EE 5 and SOA: Sun's Schmidt answers the critics

    Kevin Schmidt, director for SOA products at Sun Microsystems, answers some of the criticisms of the SOA capabilities of the Java EE 5 platform in this Q&A.

  • December 04, 2006 04 Dec'06

    Java EE 5 server support: A look into "a mixed bag"

    So far three vendors have Java EE 5 server support, two more are in beta and at least two more are in the works, but even Sun sees the vendor support picture as a mixed bag.

  • May 30, 2006 30 May'06

    Sun's Bauhaus on open sourcing SOA technology

    Sun has been busy putting everything from its Solaris operating system to its Java technology into open source. But what about the technology from SeeBeyond that was all proprietary prior to Sun's acquisition of the company in August 2005? We get ...

  • May 16, 2006 16 May'06

    Sun announces commitment to open source Java

    At opening keynote of JavaOne, Sun execs say the question of open sourcing Java code is no longer a matter of whether, but how.

  • February 09, 2006 09 Feb'06

    Sun unveils new SOA platform, ESB

    Sun Microsystems today slapped the ESB label onto the former SeeBeyond EAI middleware it purchased last summer. It has also been combined with Sun's portal and application server offerings.

  • January 12, 2006 12 Jan'06

    Sun-Oracle renew their vows

    Grid computing for capacity on demand and Java form the heart of lovefest between CEOs Larry Ellison and Scott McNealy.

  • July 20, 2005 20 Jul'05

    Sun goes open source with Web SSO authentication

    With Open Source Web Single Sign-On, Sun Microsystems hopes to stir community and innovation in the Web and identity management arena - but some users smell a marketing ploy.

  • June 28, 2005 28 Jun'05

    Sun gets integrated with SeeBeyond purchase

    With the acquisition of integration vendor SeeBeyond, Sun Microsystems establishes itself as a frontline player in the middleware market.