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Vox populi A substance used to join one material to another. See Fibrin glue, Krazy glue, Superglue.
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In the end, the solution was far too costly, far too rigid and far too hard to manage, given the technical advancements Microsoft offered in the form of Host Integration Server," said Tim Kelly, director of distributed technologies at TSYS.
IDC's report, Application Deployment Platform Software Market, 2000 to 2002, has wrapped application server and integration server platform products into an overall category called Application Deployment Platform (ADP).
As these large platform vendors, with their equally large installed bases of software solutions like application servers, integration servers and databases increase competition by bundling portals with their other offerings, it is unclear whether the access, collaboration and content managementcentric approach Plumtree has opted for will stand up.
While the Novell exteNd suite provides an enterprise-class application server for customers that need it, Novell focuses its development efforts on the now Java Verified Novell exteNd Composer integration server and Novell exteNd Director interaction server.
NEON's e-Biz 2000 for Insurance is built on the company's newest e-Business integration server, e-Biz 2000, and hosted on Windows NT or Windows 2000 platforms.
ObjectSwitch is the provider of the ObjectSwitch Telecommunications Integration Server and the ObjectSwitch Transaction Application Server software products.
XebiaLabs also announced a partnership with CloudBees, the company behind Jenkins, the most popular Continuous Integration server.
When these third-party tools are not sufficient, the IT department may be asked to build a custom integration using SOAP, RESTful APIs or a custom integration server.
System center Opalis integration server 6.3 unleashed.
When users or other services activate a composite service at runtime, the semantic integration server uses the ontology to correlate data so users can employ it to collaborate across the business process in which the composite service is involved.
Delivering the flexibility to meet customers' unique implementation needs, Shadow can be cost-effectively deployed as either an infrastructure-based, programmatic integration server or a suite of mainframe adapters.

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