Founded in 1999, Composite develops open-source Web content management (WCM) solutions based on the latest Microsoft technologies. With more than 10.000 installations worldwide, the company's flagship product, Composite C1, is running everything from small local businesses to large corporations such as Sony and Fritz Hansen. Composite is headquartered in Copenhagen (Denmark).
Increased ROI Accelerates Composite Applications Adoption
Today, more has to be done with less, and IT infrastructures require flexibility to deliver differential value. Upgrades, customizations, and back-end integration fail to suffice; companies need the ability to build applications on an as-needed basis. Composite applications fulfill this objective by helping organizations leverage existing enterprise applications, drive down the cost of change, and increase the pace of innovation.
Designing for Variety and Change in SOA: Composite Service Adapters
Integration projects that attempt to fuse processes with application and system interfaces are likely to fail. A more pragmatic approach involves service-oriented architecture (SOA), where integration is determined by business requirements rather than technology factors. However, SOA alone is insufficient. Composite adapter services provide a layer of abstraction between service requestors and service providers, enabling cost-effective and versatile enterprise integration.
Adaptive Discovery Enables Composite Applications with Real-time Agility
Business process management (BPM) provides adaptability and agility to service-oriented architecture (SOA). The central nervous system in the architecture, it orchestrates the services provided by different applications that excel at what they do. And the more powerful the BPM solution used to manage these processes, the easier and more cost-effective it will be to adapt to unique business requirements.
Composite C1 is a free open-source CMS based on the
latest Microsoft technologies. Composite C1 is completely free. Out-of-the-box
users have access to a fully functional CMS and the option to add free packages
such as SEO Assistant and social add-ons, or commercial packages such as
newsletter services.Composite also offers a commercial license with benefits
like product warranty, and a selection of professional services in the form of
support, training, and upgrade tools.
Vistagy Joins the Siemens PLM Family of Products
Written By: Gabriel Gheorghiu
Published On: December 20 2011
Siemens recently closed the acquisition of Vistagy, incorporating it into Siemens PLM Software. Vistagy is a provider of specialized engineering solutions including applications for design and manufacture of advanced composite materials.
Composite materials are made of two or more constituent materials that when mixed retain distinct properties. The composite is generally designed to achieve a
Autodesk Tackles Composites Design
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic
Published On: March 20 2013
There's a great future in composite materials, the next generation of lighter, stronger, safer, and more energy-efficient materials.
After Siemens PLM Software acquired Vistagy more than a year ago, Autodesk yesterday announced that it has completed the acquisition of Firehole Technologies (do business as Firehole Composites), a privately held software company based in Laramie, Wyoming, that
The Oracle WebCenter Suite employs contextual
collaboration tools to optimize connections between people, information, and
applications. The suite consists of four components: Web experience management,
portals and composite applications, social networking and collaboration, and
enterprise content management (ECM).