Open source Web and application servers

  • August 17, 2005 17 Aug'05

    JBoss VP: Why CIOs save big bucks with open source licenses

    JBoss Inc. vice president Bob Bickel describes the inherent savings in software built on open source licenses, and the industry changes that have made support for commercial open source software strong enough for corporate users.

  • August 17, 2005 17 Aug'05

    JBoss VP: Why middleware is hot, powerful and not boring at all

    JBoss Inc. vice president Bob Bickel explains the role open source software is playing in commoditizing formerly expensive middleware applications.

  • June 22, 2005 22 Jun'05

    Open source scramble: JBoss upgrades portal, Iona unfurls ESB

    From opposite ends of the middleware spectrum, JBoss and Iona Technologies continue to beat a path toward the intersection of open source and enterprise-ready.

  • June 02, 2005 02 Jun'05

    SugarCEO John Roberts: Why CRM fails, part 1

    SugarCRM CEO John Roberts explained why 80% of CRM projects fail and how to reverse the trend, while in part two he described why CRM and Web services aren't a perfect match.

  • May 16, 2005 16 May'05

    Lawson goes Java

    Major iSeries ERP vendor unveils a new Java platform for business applications, codenamed Landmark.

  • April 27, 2005 27 Apr'05

    FYI: Zend CEO covers PHP basics

    Doron Gerstel, the CEO of Zend Technologies, a PHP technologies services company provides a PHP update and overview in this FYI interview.

  • April 04, 2005 04 Apr'05

    HP donates WS management specs to Apache

    While Hewlett-Packard is chanting the benefits of Web services management standards, Forrester thinks the celebrations are premature.

  • March 10, 2005 10 Mar'05

    Cutting out Windows and fat clients, part 2

    The IT staff at CT NeuroCare was able to cut costs and increase productivity by switching to a thin client and open computing model. This is their story.

  • March 10, 2005 10 Mar'05

    Cutting out Windows and fat clients, part 1

    Find out how cutting out the fat clients meant significant productivity gains for two IT managers.

  • February 28, 2005 28 Feb'05

    BEA membership could eclipse .NET

    Analysts say that BEA's decision to join the Eclipse Foundation will strengthen the J2EE community.

  • February 17, 2005 17 Feb'05

    IBM offers a free server "hop" for Linux apps

    At the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Big Blue unveiled a huge free-of-cost ISV initiative that allows for the "hopping" of Linux applications from one IBM server to the next.

  • February 17, 2005 17 Feb'05

    LinuxWorld: Sun boosts server power, fortifies Linux desktop

    Sun Microsystems has levied a salvo of Linux and server announcements to the masses with the hope of siphoning away some of the popularity of competitors IBM and HP.

  • February 03, 2005 03 Feb'05

    HP visionary: Next steps to extending Linux in your enterprise

    Looking for the next step in moving more enterprise applications to Linux? Then, step lively and implement Linux-friendly and/or open source application servers, said Terence Sherlock, Hewlett-Packard strategic technical director. He described the ...

  • January 25, 2005 25 Jan'05

    ISV's-eye view, part 2: IDEs and SOAs -- new problems, good tips

    Bells and whistles are spoiling a handy application development tool, the integrated development environment (IDE), according to Niel Powers, a 20-year application development veteran. Even so, there are ways to simplify your IDE world and get the ...

  • January 18, 2005 18 Jan'05

    Big Blue defends open source patent offering

    On its face, the news from IBM last week that it was allowing the free use of 500 of its patents could be seen as a generous contribution from an IT giant looking to strengthen the support it has thrown behind open source initiatives like the Linux ...