SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 64 Issue 2 2003-06-09 Article 10149 from section "News"
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Hundreds of partners and independent software vendors (ISVs) showcased
their products and solutions based on Java[TM] technology and Sun[TM]
Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) software. The companies include Novell,
Business Objects and others.
"Sun is dedicated to reducing the time it takes to design, develop and
implement new enterprise applications," stated Stuart Wells, senior vice
president, Market Development Organization, Sun. "To that end, we
launched the Java Verified[TM] Program to ensure the highest quality of
Java technology-based applications reach the market. Oracle, Macromedia
and several other leading software vendors have participated ensuring
their products will seamlessly integrate with other Java[TM] 2 Platform,
Enterprise Edition (J2EE[TM]) based solutions."
Novell uses the J2EE platform. "Novell believes that the J2EE platform
provides the only viable enterprise-class deployment option for cross
platform Web Services-based applications," said Frank Auger, vice
president of product management for Novell's Web application development
Business Objects uses the Sun[TM] ONE Application Server 7 (formerly
iPlanet[TM] Application Server). "Business Objects Enterprise 6
leverages the enterprise-class infrastructure of the Sun ONE Application
Server 7 to offer companies a comprehensive, end-to-end business
intelligence solution," said Chris Caren, vice president, Corporate
Product Marketing at Business Objects.
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