Results for WebMethods

Software AG Extends Digital Business Platform with DevOps, Visualization; Empowers Agile App Lifecycle

Software AG continues to fill out its modern infrastructure portfolio for digital transformation, known as the Digital Business Platform, with new DevOps capabilities. The launch signals more support for a new-gen agile app lifecycle. IDN discusses the technologies and trends with Software AG execs. 

Full Story >

Software AG’s 2015 Roadmap for Enterprise-Class Cloud Services Will Embrace AWS

Software AG has launched a “Transformation to the Cloud” initiative to help enterprises identify and implement the right cloud strategies. To support the initiative, Software AG has made the strategic decision to deploy its entire cloud portfolio on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud during 2015.

Full Story >

Software AG’s metaquark Acquisition Extends Mobility for BPM, Intelligent Business

Software AG, having completed the acquisition of mobility firm metaquark, is using the technology to bring more powerful and flexible mobile capabilities to its Intelligent Business Operations and webMethods Business Process Management platforms.

Full Story >

Software AG Updates webMethods with ‘Elastic ESBs’ for Easy Integration Scale-Up

Software AG is bringing intelligent “elastic ESB” features to its next version of the webMethods integration platform. webMethods 9.5 will for the first time let IT dynamically spin up new instances of its enterprise service bus to cope with peak volumes or other performance issues. IDN speaks with Software AG’s Mark Herring.

Full Story >

Survey: BPM, Cloud and Big Data Add Up to Tactical, Long-Term Benefits

Over the next 24 months, more companies expect to align BPM, big data and cloud projects – and even simultaneously adopt them, according to a survey by Software AG. Used in sync, these key technologies will let customers say they can better deliver day-to-day and long-term benefits, the survey found.

Full Story >

Software AG Previews webMethods 9.0 Upgrades; Eyes Cloud, Mobile, Big Data, Social

Software AG CEO Karl-Heinz Streibich this month showcased major upgrades to its webMethods SOA integration platform and ARIS BPM suite driven by what Gartner has called the “four forces of change” – big data, cloud, mobile and social. IDN begins a two-part look at the vision and the technologies behind one of the largest technology refreshes in Software AG’s history.

Full Story >

Software AG Marries SOA with Process Intelligence for Rapid Change

Software AG is bringing together SOA infrastructure with BPM/BPA with its marriage of two core technologies -- webMethods and IDS Scheer’s ARIS. The deepest integration to date of these products bring together SOA with an intelligent process layer aims to promote rapid design, deployment, control and updates of enterprise-wide processes.

Full Story >

Software AG Ships webMethods OneData for Process-Driven MDM

Software AG is shipping webMethods OneData for process-driven Master Data Management (MDM).  Designed as a multi-domain MDM solution, webMethods OneData looks to provide business users with consistent data from differing data sources that can be used by any SOA application or business process.

Full Story >

Software AG Adds Process Intelligence to webMethods BPMS

Software AG is bringing process intelligence to its webMethods BPMS (business process management suite), making it easier for business users to create dashboards using webMethods BPMS data without programming.   The solution integrates webMethods and ARIS technologies, bringing together BPM, BI and BAM.

Full Story >

Software AG ESB Fuels Rapid Growth for Chinese Insurer

China's Ping An Insurance is using Software AG's webMethods ESB/SOA suite to support rapid business expansion and offer 'one account' access to insurance, banking and asset management services to 40 million customers.

Full Story >

SOAP Poised for "Clean" Royalty-Free Bill of Health

Momentum continues to build for widespread and royalty-free adoption of SOAP. Despite concerns that W3C's adoption of SOAP 1.2 specs may be bogged down by vendor claims of royalty or patent protection, analysts expect the situation will be resolved by yearend. Epicentric (one of the vendors thought to be holding IP claims on SOAP) has withdrawn those claims. While that still leaves WebMethods' claims, sources say behind-the-scenes negotiations are busily at work to put the issue to rest.

Full Story >

<< Start < Previous 1 Next > End >>
Showing 1 - 11 of 11