Friday, July 01, 2005

iWay Software Joins Eclipse Open Source Community

Source: Yahoo

Article Summary:
iWay Software, an Information Builders company and the leading adaptive software provider, today announced that it has joined the Eclipse Foundation, an open source community dedicated to the implementation of a universal development platform.

"We are supporting the Eclipse initiative because we believe Eclipse will substantially speed the deployment of service-oriented architectures (SOA)," says John Senor, president of iWay Software. "iWay Software is very committed to simplifying enterprise integration, and with our new plugs-ins for Eclipse, we can seamlessly interconnect Java composite applications to the iWay Adaptive Framework."

The iWay Adaptive Framework is a suite of productivity tools and over 280 packaged adapters that allows IT to increase productivity and its ability to make a business more competitive. The Adaptive Framework incorporates years of middleware and solutions architecture expertise to provide the foundation of an enterprise's service-oriented architecture.

Without the iWay Adaptive Framework, creating Web services and other interfaces to disparate, proprietary information systems is an expensive and complex task that requires significant management attention. It requires skills in multiple programming paradigms, programming languages, application packages, operating systems, databases, and other technologies.

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