As I write this, I wonder if Joe will wonder why one of his (very loyal, and loved by many) employees (me) would promote Oracle on the company blog! Hear me out Joe... this is good news, for us, and for Oracle (and BEA) customers.
Just back from vacation (I know, y'all missed me), and adjusting to the market's reaction to our acquisitions of IONA and Mindreef, and I came across this bit...
Oracle drops Amberpoint for SOA Management.
I mean, it's on the Internet, so it must be true, right?
I can't say this is a surprise, except that I am surprised that they are correcting their mistaken relationship in the first place. I mean, look at the history of Amberpoint's partners once they make the time to find out about Progress® Actional®:
And, there are many others, large and small.
By the way, with respect to Oracle/BEA, we support Oracle Application Server and WebLogic Server, and BEA Aqualogic Enterprise Repository, and have for some time.
SOA What? I know the above is a bit sales-y but it's an important part of who we are. And, when customers make a decision to work with a vendor like Progress Actional, they want to know they're in good company and that we'll work with the rest of the enterprise tools already in place. We are, we will, and we'll do it in a way that easy, fast, and scalable. I promise.
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