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IBM Server Line Redrawn
IBM has continued its renaming binge, moving from PCs to servers.

eserver  will now carry the eServer name and logo, starting with the first shipments, expected sometime this quarter. In addition to the renaming, IBM has announced new features, including: Capacity upgrade on demand (CUoD), similar to Sun's feature of turning on existing processors without a physical upgrade Logical partitioning (LPAR) across the entire eServer product set All servers will be Linux enabled The eServer product line will be separated into four series: zSeries - mainframes (although IBM no longer Read More
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J.D. Edwards Finds Its Inner-Self Within Its 5th Incarnation Part 2: FOCUS Announcements Continued
While significant new product deliveries have happened under the company’s own steam, J.D. Edwards has not departed from its traditional policy of congenial

eserver  to co-market specialized IBM eServer systems for each of its currently supported platforms. The new IBM eServers for J.D. Edwards come packaged with: IBM WebSphere 3.5 , a stalwart e-business application deployment environment with a broad set of application services, including capabilities for transaction management, security, clustering, performance, availability, connectivity and scalability, which offers possibly the most comprehensive e-business platform to extend, automate, integrate, personalize, b Read More
PeopleSoft Revamps World for Its Mid-Market
Amid an intensifying hullabaloo in the mid-market, with all tier one players delivering solutions tailored for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) and incumbent

eserver  running on the IBM eServer xSeries technology, along with pre-integrated IBM middleware and industry-specific best practices from IBM consulting. The new solution promises to enable automotive companies to become demand driven, whereas in the past, manufacturers have had to choose between being customer focused or operationally efficient. Demand-Driven Manufacturing , an initiative that has been extensively touted by PeopleSoft during its recent Summit, is the ability to deliver any product, in any config Read More
Server Platform Situational Analysis: IBM AS/400
Customers value IBM's AS/400's reliability, stability, and security. However, despite its impressive performance and use of independent software vendors to

eserver  stay on the IBM eServer iSeries server platform (formerly IBM AS/400 ), valuing its reliability (high availability due to clustering capabilities), stability, security, scalability, its price per performance value proposition, and ease of management. However, they also want to look beyond the traditional text character-based, a.k.a. 5250 green screen user interface (UI), to have a more modern, flexible way to use their software. They want to keep the rich functionality of the software, but want increase Read More
J.D. Edwards' QUEST To End Its String Of Pyrrhic Victories Part 1: The News
J.D. Edwards has been trying hard to reverse a continuing decline of license revenue, which is in a sharp contrast to its direct competitors’ upbeat postures

eserver  sell a specialized IBM eServer designed to run J.D. Edwards' collaborative commerce software for small to medium businesses. J.D. Edwards hopes the IBM alliance alone will boost its annual revenue by 10%. Optimized for J.D. Edwards' OneWorld applications, the IBM eServer for J.D. Edwards is apparently the first server co-branded with an independent software vendor. The solution is tailor-made for small- and mid-sized businesses looking for ways to reduce the complexity of their e-business infrastructures. Read More
MAPICS Moving On Pragmatically
While the existing loyal client base and seasoned affiliate channel remains MAPICS’ trump card in these difficult times, the recent moves of a unified product

eserver  IBM consisting of IBM eServer iSeries hardware, WebSphere Application Server , WebSphere MQ message queuing middleware, and IBM Business Innovation Services are currently used by some of the world's leading manufacturers, such as Volvo , Bayer , Pemstar , and Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift Europe ( MCFE ). Under the terms of the strategic alliance, MAPICS and IBM will jointly market MAPICS enterprise solutions, which include applications focused on addressing the major challenges facing manufacturers tod Read More
While Oracle and PeopleSoft Are to Fuse, Competitors Ruse--Leaving Customers (Somewhat) Bemused
The recent merger of Oracle and PeopleSoft requires, among many other things, finding a perfect balance between cultivating the install base versus the zeal for

eserver  run on the IBM eServer iSeries ( AS/400 ) OS environment. This caused some to surmise that the group would be sold. Mildly put, this was a point of concern for World customers. As damage control, Oracle has reached out to more than 4,500 PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards customers over the past few months, and many are reportedly embracing the commitment, stability, and strength of the world's largest enterprise software maker—one with a projected annual revenue of $13 billion (USD). They have been further pl Read More
How Are the Market Leaders Navigating the World of Value-added Resellers?
Notwithstanding moves from major vendors and value-added resellers, addressing the needs of small and medium businesses requires significant changes within

eserver  DB2 database software and eServer offerings. JD Edwards is a brand that midsized organizations already rely on and trust. Oracle's JD Edwards Enterprise One is a broad suite of modular, pre-integrated industry-specific business applications, designed for relatively rapid deployment and ease of administration; this is suitable for organizations that manufacture, construct, distribute, service, or manage products or physical assets (see JD Edwards Touts Leadership in Collaboration and Flexibility—There Se Read More
Can Java Perk Legacy Enterprise Resource Planning Systems?
Intentia has poured Java into its enterprise resource planning system, Movex, to meet the growing demand for functional enhancements and remote accessibility

eserver  and Oracle, and IBM eServer xSeries , with Microsoft Windows and SQL Server . Java-based since 1999, Movex, has been broken into components over the last few years, which may very well give Intentia a stronger technology advantage over other ERP vendors targeting medium enterprises. Today, many mid-market companies are still running on enterprise systems that are ten or fifteen years old, therefore, by using an evolutionary approach, Intentia plans to add value with new functionality to elevate these Read More
Server Platform Revitalization in the Enterprise Applications Space
The whole idea of enterprise application modernization is to renew existing software so that it can satisfy the need for integration and graphical presentation

eserver  the iSeries platform into eServer i5 (based on the Power5 chips) in early 2004, when it repackaged and re-priced the iSeries hardware, the OS/400 operating system (which became i5/OS with V5R3 and the eServer i5 announcement), and the 5,250 interactive processing features. The vendor has built in many features like autonomics, diagnostics, self-help, integration, and security, so that one server can be the only server a mid-market company might need. These have been standardized for the entire range of IB Read More

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