FioranoMQ Java messaging server powers Food.com
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Los Gatos, Calif.-based Fiorano Software has announced that Food.com, a provider of restaurant takeout and delivery online services, has selected FioranoMQ as the core communications component to power ROSY, the company's restaurant online ordering system. Food.com uses FioranoMQ to ensure that 1.5 million Food.com members can reliably order prepared restaurant meals, according to an announcement.
FioranoMQ provides the scalable messaging infrastructure that guarantees the delivery of business critical information in real-time between the Food.com ordering system components, according to Fiorano.
Evincible teams with RSA Security on secure Web applications
Evincible, a developer of security solutions for enterprises Web portals, has announced that it has joined the RSA Secured Partner Program to support interoperability between its Evincible Ink and Evincible Access middleware products and RSA SecurID authentication technology and RSA Keon public key infrastructure (PKI) software.
As part of the program, Chantilly, Va.-based Evincible has been awarded "RSA Secured RSA SecurID Ready" and "RSA Secured RSA Keon Ready" certification, signaling compatibility with RSA Security's authentication technology and digital certificate software. The RSA Secured certification lets organizations know that Evincible Access and Evincible Ink have compatible with RSA Security's security products and technologies.
Eprise technology integrated in IBM WebSphere
Eprise Corp., a provider of content management solutions, has announced the integration of Eprise Participant Server with IBM's WebSphere Application Server. This integration will provide Eprise customers with e-business solutions that reduce time to market and offer greater levels of performance and scalability, according to Framingham, Mass.-based Eprise.
Eprise Participant Server is the foundation for strategic content management, which entails the use of best practices to streamline the flow of Web content, from creation to delivery and to support its rapid change, said Eprise. Participant Server's open, standards-based architecture supports integration with best-of-breed Web technologies for broad e-business initiatives, according to the company.
Data Junction selected by Firepond to aid CRM
Data Junction Corp., an Austin, Texas-based developer of data integration software, has announced that Firepond, a provider of selling and service solutions, has selected Data Junction Integration Suite to manage its legacy migration demands.
Waltham, Mass.-based Firepond used Data Junction Integration Suite to import data used by Firepond SalesPerformer, Configurator and SalesPerformer Suite. Data Junction Integration Suite includes an integration engine and visual design tools. Integration Engine combines second-generation XML support, multi-threaded processing power, COM and JNI interfaces and support for streaming data to deliver embeddable and scalable integration functionality to virtually any application, according to Data Junction.
Softera ships updated Web services modeling tool
Softera Ltd. Said it is shipping release 3.0 of SoftModeler, its Web services modeling tool. The product now includes support for XML Schema design and generation under the latest World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) candidate recommendation, according to Israel-based Softera.
SoftModeler already uses Unified Modeling Language (UML) for a development of J2EE, including Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), JavaBeans and plain Java, the company said. Softera said it has concentrated on increasing the efficiency of enterprise software developers, while keeping the tools as simple to use as possible.
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