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Oblix to help Oracle, PeopleSoft tools 'coexist'

Oracle intends to lean on Oblix's identity management software to bridge the gap between PeopleSoft and other applications.

By March 29, 2005


Oblix overhauls management software

The software provider plans to release updates to its COREid 7.0 identity management software and to its COREsv 4.0 Web services management product.

By July 19, 2004


Oblix buys into Web services management

The maker of identity management software plans to acquire Web services management start-up Confluent Software, accelerating consolidation in the marketplace.

By February 4, 2004


Oblix to pocket $40 million in funding

The company, which makes software to govern access of computing resources, grabs a new round of funding, including support from Intel and Cisco Systems.

By August 13, 2000


Oblix hones Web functions of security software

The security software start-up will unveil improved software Monday for letting large corporations control access to Web sites, files and other computing resources.

By July 21, 2000


Short Take: Oblix to support SecureWay

Directory application software provider Oblix announced it will support IBM's SecureWay directory, with integration of the two companies' tools expected by the end of the year. Oblix specializes in providing services to manage user profiles, authorization, and personalization on top of directory software, which serves as a central repository for user information.

June 24, 1999


Short Take: Oblix hits milestone

Oblix, a directory applications software maker, hit a milestone of generating $1 million in business during the fourth quarter, said Gordon Eubanks, incoming Oblix chief executive and current Symantec CEO, who spoke at a press briefing today. Meanwhile, company co-founder Sandeep Johri noted the company is set to generate a run-rate of $10 million in the near future. The company, which is backed by such firms as Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, produces Web-based enterprise software to automatically handle changes within an organization and corporate services.

By April 12, 1999


Symantec chief headed to Oblix

Symantec chairman and CEO Gordon Eubanks is planning to leave the company to head Oblix, a directory software maker.

By April 7, 1999


Oblix update aims to ease business tasks

The company's Web-based software package update uses directory services technology to help track business changes and ease the task of providing corporate services within large companies.

March 17, 1999


Oblix readies software update

The intranet software start-up plans to roll out new versions of its corporate resource management software packages.

August 4, 1998