SYS-CON Events announced today that Nexaweb joined AJAXWorld Conference &
Expo 2007 West as “Gold Sponsor.” Nexaweb's Enterprise Web 2.0
solutions enable enterprises to rapidly deploy Richer, Thinner, Faster
applications over the Web. Specifically, applications built with Nexaweb
deliver the high performance and robust functionality of client/server
software with the universal reach, no-install deployment and centralized
management of browser-based applications. With Nexaweb, building
enterprise-strength RIA solutions using AJAX and Java UI applications that
access legacy and service-oriented data systems is simple. And because it's
done in a unified declarative XML development environment, it doesn't require
re-writing code. Only Nexaweb's comprehensive Enterprise Web 2.0 solutions
are backed by an established methodology and reference architecture pro... (more)
Zenoss, Inc., a commercial open source IT management company, has added a
direct integration with Google Maps and struck a business agreement with
Google, Inc., that makes real-time, geographical visualization of the health
of distributed IT infrastructure available through Zenoss Core, its free,
open source software product. The first-of-its-kind offering brings network
management capabilities to the masses.
“First and second generation open source IT monitoring and management
solutions offered basic functionality with less than ideal user
interface,” said Bill Karp... (more)
The Web 2.0 Revolution Spawns Offshoots...
The ideas in the Web 2.0 best practice set continues to capture the
imagination of software creators everywhere. Sometimes it seems like you
can't turn around without discovering some great new, pervasive, online
software being released for the world to use. But the core ideas of Web 2.0
are also spreading and being co-oped at a surprisingly rapid pace into a
wider community that's seizing on the value proposition being offered.
Increasingly, I'm encountering new movements that have been directly
triggered by Web 2.0 ideas. And they ra... (more)
Sourcio has announced the beta launch mon.itor.us (http://mon.itor.us), a
free web site, network, and server monitoring service. The launch will be
made on March 9th, during the Cebit IT trade show in Hanover. Powered by Ajax
technologies and based on Nagios monitoring software, mon.itor.us combines
the advantages of web-based applications with those of traditional desktop
software for more customizable and personal interfaces.
To help reduce losses in revenues caused by down-time of websites, monitoring
software and services regularly check the performance of their clients’ ... (more)
Live Webcasts of four sponsor sessions from the New York "Real-World AJAX"
event are now available at the conference Website.
These Webcasts which are now available online are Sahil Malik's (telerik)
"How to Take Desktop Applications to the Web" session, Christophe Coenraets'
(Adobe) "Extending AJAX with Adobe Flex" session, Jouk Pleiter's (Backbase)
"AJAX Best Practices" session, and Kevin Hakman's (TIBCO) "The Four Quantum
States of AJAX" session.
The 12-hour event with its entire 11 sessions is also available as an
on-demand product, in an easy to navigate DVD for all delegates ... (more)