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A New Era Dawns for Sybase
Sybase, Inc. has announced an agreement to acquire New Era of Networks (also known as NEON). After completion, Sybase will create a new e-Business division

neon sybase  new e-Business division integrating NEON and other parts of its product suite. Within the last month, Sybase has announced record earnings and completed a three-year re-engineering effort to transform themselves from a database vendor to a provider of e-business solutions. Denver, Colorado-based NEON offers a range of enterprise application integration products and services in the application-to-application (A2A) space. (It should be noted that TEC treats A2A as nothing more than enterprise application

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Computer Associates Jasmineii - When Is A Portal Not Just A Portal?


Computer Associates International, Inc. has announced the availability of Jasmineii Portal 3.0, the latest version of its portal technology. The product also functions as a front-end to the complete Jasmineii architecture, which is a fairly complete Application Integration framework. Why don't customers know CA does Application Integration? CA is still working on that one.

neon sybase  , webMethods , and NEON (now a division of Sybase ). CA has admitted that it has not been very aggressive about articulating its market position and competitive advantages, but is putting renewed marketing focus on its portal technology and expects to gain both expanded mind share and market share in the near future. (Note that CA describes their Jasmine ii Portal and the Jasmine ii framework as separate products, which are not interdependent.) The bottom line is that Computer Associates has virtually Read More

EAI Market Consolidation Continues With Peregrine Acquisition of Extricity


Peregrine Systems, Inc. a provider of Electronic Market Enablement and Infrastructure Management solutions, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Extricity, Inc. Extricity will contribute its B2B relationship management software as Peregrine creates a digital business offering that provides a full range of software products and managed Internet services using Peregrine’s Get2Connect global trading network.

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neon sybase  Era of Networks ( NEON ) was being considered, but Sybase has taken that vendor out of play. Other possibilities, depending on exactly what functionalities HP decides to shop for, may include Mercator Software , IONA, Vitria, or TIBCO. User Recommendations Over the course of the last two years, the Application Integration market (loosely defined by TEC as including EAI, IAI, B2Bi, and A2A applications) has become a confusing mass of vendor mergers, acquisitions, name changes, strategic direction changes, Read More

New Era of Networks Gets Blinded By the NEON


A recent ruling by a judge in the 268th Judicial District Court in Texas has upheld a jury verdict that awarded NEON Systems $39 million in damages against New Era of Networks, which, the jury found, had a nasty habit of abbreviating 'New Era of Networks' as, guess what, Neon. If upheld on appeal, this ruling will cause the new e-business division of Sybase a lot of administrative grief and expense (not to mention the money from the jury award).

neon sybase  or manuals with the NEON name holds, a lot of time, money, and trouble is going to have to be expended by Sybase to track down user documentation and manuals and replace them with (probably as yet unprinted) stock which does not bear the NEON name. The people responsible for the in the trenches effort of this retrieval will likely be the Sybase/ New Era of Networks field force, as they are the only people who might know where this documentation may actually live at customer sites. If they try to solve Read More

The Market Rewards Ardent Software Initiatives


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neon sybase  recently a partnership with NEON Systems (NASDAQ: NESY), a provider of OS/390-MVS mainframe access through their NEON Shadow Direct middleware. This development, coupled with their earlier acquisition of Prism Solutions, greatly improves their ability to access legacy mainframe data. See TEC News Analysis Articles: Data Warehouse Vendors Moving Towards Application Suites , September 29, and Ardent Software Enters the SAP Data Extraction Market , September 13, 1999, for additional details on new Read More

IBM Acquires Netezza: The Industry's Spending Spree Continues


Hot off the presses is news that IBM is set to acquire Netezza in a $1.7 billion deal: the giant is spending money like there’s no tomorrow, and playing out strategies in response to aggressive moves by other vendors in the data warehouse space. This acquisition, along with SAP’s recent acquisition of Sybase and EMC’s acquisition of Greenplum will surely not be the only ones reshaping

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What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server 2000


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