As reported July 24 by CNET'S NEWS.COM, Lotus Domino Go Webserver Pro 4.6 includes a basic Web server, NetObjects' Fusion authoring software, and Lotus BeanMachine for Java, which lets nonprogrammers create simple JavaBeans.
The price for Lotus's basic publishing Web server is $595, $200 less than originally announced. The cut is a direct result a $200 price reduction on Fusion, which NetObjects announced August 11.
Domino Go Webserver Pro is marketed to Web developers and experienced Web masters as a secure, complete Web publishing server to design, build, launch, and change publishing-oriented Web sites quickly.
The Web server has been branded as Lotus Domino, a signal that it is part of a broader product family that includes a mail server, collaborative applications, and Domino Server for enterprise applications.
Domino Go Webserver Pro is available for Windows 95, Windows NT, IBM's OS/2 and AIX, Sun Solaris, HP-UX, and IBM OS/390, with mid-1998 support for IBM OS/400. Shrink-wrap versions of Domino Go Webserver Pro will be available through Lotus resellers on September 8, 1997
Domino Go Webserver, a stripped-down version that does not include NetObjects Fusion and Lotus BeanMachine, will be available for $495.