iSeries application development
- May 16, 2007
IBM System i product releases at the COMMON users conference in Anaheim include PHP, VoIP and upgrading your green-screen applications so they look like a typical Internet browser.
- March 13, 2007
NetManage helped auto parts supplier Dayton Parts create a Web interface for its antiquated online ordering system, increasing users and freeing up customer support personnel.
- October 24, 2006
IBM is now offering VoIP software from 3Com on its System i servers
- October 11, 2006
Oracle has announced the purchase of yet another software company -- data integration vendor Sunopsis.
- October 04, 2006
Seeking budget cuts, Koontz-Wagner chose TomorrowNow as a third-party support vendor on its J.D. Edwards software running on its iSeries, saving more than 50% off in-house support and getting better service in the process.
- August 29, 2006
Oracle says it's getting vertical and bolstering compliance capabilities with the newest addition to the PeopleSoft Enterprise 9 suite.
- August 22, 2006
In response to SOA developers asking for more time between releases, Big Blue is changing the distrubtion model for WebSphere Application Server 7.0, offering alpha previews to early adopters. Java EE 5 and SCA will be the first two feature pack ...
- August 08, 2006
Business information company finds hidden dividends in using a design-time metadata registry/repository to inventory and govern artifacts.
- June 08, 2006
A Web-based company that does client screening for rental agencies and landlords built its whole shop from scratch, coding RPG natively on a System i.
- June 06, 2006
IBM Rational Software Development Conference opens today with the unveiling of tools designed to help architects and developers working on SOA projects.
- July 29, 2005
Responding to user complaints about its rumored decision to cease support for CGIDEV2 code, Big Blue said Friday that it will support the code, and launch a new Web site for that purpose.
- June 30, 2005
Wouldn't a machine touted to be the best in architecture ever conceived also be the best in form? asks columnist, Brian Kelly. Because it is not, the iSeries is often not taken seriously by the computer science community. Nobody bothers looking ...
- February 25, 2005
IBM announced it is pouring more than $125 million into its iSeries ISV partner program in an effort to regain momentum in the midrange server market.