A new survey suggests that proprietary Java application servers are losing to open source in the cloud age.
Big Blue announces plans to deliver its software in the cloud via Amazon's hosted Web services.
Phurnace's technology will make it easy to model and deploy Java Enterprise Edition applications from the likes of Oracle's BEA, Red Hat's JBoss, and IBM's Websphere.
IBM is making some software available via Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud. Other software vendors will surely follow, now that Big Blue has stepped onto the cloud.
Companies derive solid, tangible benefits from open source that go far beyond the technology. Just ask Behr about its Behr.com website.
Big Blue announces plans to acquire the maker of business rules management software in a bid to bolster its middleware offerings.
Does Geronimo have a future? It doesn't look like it.
Can open source innovate? Of course it can. Just look at the JBoss Innovation Awards.
Open source provides a low-cost way to penetrate new enterprise accounts. Why aren't more proprietary companies using it?
On solid hardware and software performance, Big Blue reports second-quarter earnings of $3.7 billion, or $3 a share, and raises its expectations for the year.