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Month: April 2003 (Page 1 of 7)

Tridion & Conchango Partner

Conchango and Tridion are partnering to provide companies with a comprehensive solution to manage ‘content’ in order to drive multi-channel commerce. Tridion’s contributes its enterprise content management software (Tridion R5), which helps businesses control information from- and across multiple channels, and retail technology specialist, Conchango brings its experience of exploiting the potential of this information and marrying it with a commerce engine. The two companies will work together to help businesses manage and re-use content across various customer channels. www.tridion.com/uk, www.conchango.com

Obian Releases Web-Services Document, Web Content & Process Management Platform

Obian announced the availability of Jupiter, a Web-based Document Management System powered by Oracle9i Application Server and Oracle9i Database. Jupiter allows enterprise users to obtain the full advantage of Oracle9iAS – J2EE server, Portal server, Directory server, Integration Server, Oracle9i Database, Oracle9i JDeveloper and Oracle Collaboration Suite when developing Web-Services Document Management applications. Jupiter represents a generation of Integrated Web-Services Document, Web Content and Process Management all accessible through one common user interface and utilizing a single Oracle9i repository. Jupiter users launch a business process with one or more documents stored in the document management module. They then can measure the acceptance/rejection actions as well as the processing/wait times at all stages in their work processes using Jupiter’s process management module. www.obian.com

Bluestream Releases XStreamDB 3.0 XML Database

Bluestream released a major upgrade to its native XML database. Available immediately, XStreamDB Version 3.0 adds features designed to help developers and integrators deploy solutions for collaborative content management with XML and binary data. XStreamDB 3.0’s new resource manager enables integration with authoring and publishing software for lightweight content management solutions for publishing to Web or print. Supported XML editors include Corel XMetaL and Altova XMLSpy. Improvements to searching include: faster full-text search and indexing, new LIKE wildcard matching, found word marking, phrase search, and proximity search. Other new features are: WebDAV, resource URIs, checkout, event triggers, automated backup, Server Console, binary data support with MIME type, and derivation by extension and attribute groups for schemas. XStreamDB 3.0 is a cross-platform XML database server built on Java, accessed using a Java API, WebDAV, or XstreamDB Explorer. It supports XQuery with update, full-text search, resources, and XML schemas with automatic validation. XstreamDB 3.0 is ACID compliant, has full transaction model capabilities, and MD5 authentication. XstreamDB 3.0 supports Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and Solaris. Minimum 64MB RAM, under 10MB disk (not including data). J2EE compliant Web application server (Apache Tomcat included) required for WebDAV and resource URIs. Developer version at $500 per seat. Server at $1300 to $3000 per CPU plus support is available. www.bluestream.com

Inmagic Announces Release of Inmagic Content Server

Inmagic, Inc. announced the release of Inmagic Content Server, which combines the advantages of a database management environment with high speed search and categorization, to make finding relevant information fast, easy and precise. Inmagic Content Server allows the business user to create content as well as integrate existing content from internal and external sources, deploy that content to Web pages on intranets, extranets and the Internet, and organize and manage information flow so the databases they create drive the content for end-users to access. A logical extension of the Inmagic core technology that has been developed over 20 years of working closely with information professionals from around the world, Inmagic Content Server is built on Microsoft SQL Server to provide a breadth of content management solutions, from the single department or workgroup to global deployment of an enterprise-wide system. www.inmagic.com

Concept-Based Searching Now Available in Fios’ Prevail

Fios, Inc., released concept-based searching as part of Prevail, Fios’ Web-based electronic discovery tool. The concept-based search technology in Prevail enables legal teams to search and organize unstructured information by mapping relationships between each word and every other word in large sets of documents. This release also includes the new Concept Explorer which provides a quick list of all documents that are conceptually related to the current document. Prevail is built using the Microsoft .NET framework and SQL Server 2000. Companies can designate from one to hundreds of users to concurrently review small or large quantities of data, with capacity measured in megabytes to terabytes. Fios utilizes Digital Certificates using 1024-bit keys that support 128-bit SSL encryption, state-of-the-art firewalls and customer-controlled security policies. Prevail is hosted by Fios and requires no client site setup or configuration. The only system requirements are Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 and Windows 98 (or higher). Pricing is based on a per megabyte basis. www.fiosinc.com

FLEXSTOR to Make FLEX-db DAM Technology Open Source

FLEXSTOR announced plans to release its base FLEX-db Digital Asset Management (DAM) technology into the Open Source community. The company plans to post the source code by the end of the third quarter of 2003. This strategy is designed to accelerate development enhancements with the software quality control that comes from Open Source initiatives. The two founding sponsors with FLEXSTOR on this Open Source initiative are Fort Dearborn Company and Rorke Data, Inc. FLEXSTOR is in current discussions with potential Sponsors from the business and government communities. FLEXSTOR seeks other Sponsors to solicit advice and support on the future direction of the FLEX-db Open Source initiative. It can serve as both an application infrastructure to be extended, or can be deployed in its simplest form as a turnkey solution. The FLEXSTOR product suite is an enterprise-wide, digital asset management solution built upon JAVA and object-based extensible Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) architecture. The software is composed of internally developed software modules and integrated foundation technology products including other Open Source products. www.flexstor.biz

Plumtree Launches Enterprise Web Suite with Portal, Search, Collaboration & Content Management

Plumtree Software announced the Plumtree Enterprise Web Suite, a solution for building a volume of Web applications on a variety of infrastructures, managed within a single environment. The Enterprise Web Suite is based on new versions of every major Plumtree product: the Plumtree Corporate Portal 5.0, Plumtree Search, Plumtree Collaboration Server 3.0 and Plumtree Content Server 5.0. The suite also features a new product, the Plumtree Enterprise Web Development Kit (EDK), for creating applications from Web services running on different platforms. A new version of Plumtree Studio Server, for building database-driven forms and services in the Enterprise Web without coding, is anticipated to be available in the summer. Plumtree has scaled its portal to act as an enterprise-wide framework for building, managing and using a large number of these applications. The Plumtree Enterprise Web Suite is now available in a beta release, and is expected to be generally available later this quarter. www.plumtree.com

Gartner Survey Shows XML Usage Reaches 86 Percent in Systems Integration Projects Using Web Services

Some 86 percent of enterprises that are using or planning to use a systems integrator through the beginning of 2004 for a Web services solution will use XML, according to a survey by Gartner, Inc. In March 2003, Gartner conducted a survey of 161 North American enterprises via Web and e-mail to determine Web services adoption in in-house projects as well as in systems integration engagements. According to the survey, internal integration with applications and processes is the most common activity or function for Web services projects. Following closely are security, personalization and Web content management. Gartner defines Web services as end-to-end application software that interoperates with other software through a family of XML interfaces – like SOAP, UDDI, and WDSL – to perform useful functions. www.gartner.com

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