eWEEK, the industry leader for strategic technology information, recently selected Servoy 5.2 Open Source as a “Product to Watch” in the June issue of its award-winning print magazine.
Each month, the editors of eWEEK recognize enterprise-class products that they think should be on the radar of every IT professional. The products are selected on the basis of their potential for creating efficiency as well as competitive advantage in a market where companies need to stay a step ahead of their competitors.
This is the second time Servoy has been recognized for this honor. To read the full press release, click here.
Servoy today announced the open source version of its award-winning hybrid SaaS platform, Servoy 5.2 – the platform that simplifies SaaS. Servoy 5.2 combines the best of both worlds, allowing “SaaS and Back” hybrid applications — which can be deployed using cloud computing and on-premises through both a browser and a native client – all from a single code base. Servoy is the only hybrid development platform for the “Open Source” era.
“With this open source release of the Servoy Developer and Servoy Client libraries, Servoy hopes to spark contributions from talented developers worldwide and reaffirms its longstanding commitment to the open source community,” said Jan Aleman, CEO, Servoy. “We strongly believe the future of software is open – and not only open as in open standards – but also open, as in open source.
Please join Servoy CEO, Jan Aleman, Wed., March 31 @ 3pm PST for “This Week in Cloud Computing.”
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eWEEK has posted a Servoy 5.1 new product announcement online:
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“Servoy is an award-winning hybrid platform to help build and deploy applications much faster than traditional development environments. As a hybrid platform, applications can be deployed both in the new SaaS model, as well as in the classic on premises model from the same code base.”
The announcement will run in an April print edition of the publication, and was one of the first product announcements showcased on its new beta labs site. The site, which Ziff Davis intends as an online community for IT professionals, mixes the product reviews of analysts with reviews from enterprise IT professionals.
Servoy, a leader in hybrid platform development, is teaming with PINS, a leading provider in delivering online business solutions to SMBs, including web hosting, application hosting and Software as a Service (SaaS) to provide a combined Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering.
The PaaS offering is a single stack that covers the full line of technology that any ISV needs to publish products as SaaS. The stack covers everything from development to infrastructure and allows ISVs to greatly reduce complexity of their SaaS environments.
PINS manages the infrastructure part of the offering – the core of this combined cloud computing offering. ISVs can also successfully offer their SaaS applications by using PINS HyperGrid™. PINS HyperGrid™, based on VMware, is a hosting platform in the real meaning of the term ‘on demand’. It meets the highest demands that are made these days with regard to availability, connectivity, security and scalable infrastructure. Customers of PINS are amongst others Alfa Romeo, Coca-Cola, Corus and Fitness First.
To read the full press release, please click here.
Since 1988, Softwear has supplied automated systems for the wholesale and retail trade in fashion, sports and footwear industries — from lingerie to jeans to tennis shoes, covering everything from the initial studio to final checkout. Hundreds of wholesalers, as well as franchise and smaller independent retailers, now work with the Softwear Package, consisting of several modules that provide each store, importer or wholesaler with a customizable solution. Softwear’s solutions, reflected in its products and services, are innovative and easy-to-use.
The program for OCLC’s first Regional Council Meeting in Europe, Middle East and Africa has been announced.
In the Opening Session entitled “Cloud Computing, what is it and what are its impacts for libraries”, the Keynote will be given by Jan Aleman, CEO of Servoy and a distinguished global thought leader on Cloud Computing. As secretary of EuroCloud (www.eurocloud.org), he has been a disruptive technology visionary at the forefront of the cloud revolution in computing. He is also a published author and commentator as well as guest and keynote speaker at many conferences worldwide. The meeting opens on 24 February 2010 in Leiden, Netherlands and takes place over two days.
Computerworld features an interview with Jan Aleman, CEO Servoy in today’s online edition on software licensing. A select quote: “One way to avoid the shelfware problem is to opt for software as a service,” says Jan Aleman, CEO of IDE vendor Servoy.
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New Servoy Success Story posted – Digital Strata, Inc.
Founded in 1994, Digital Strata is a software and services company that specializes in developing products that ease the burden and complexity of intricate legal processes. Legal teams, law firms, businesses, and third-party legal service providers use Digital Strata applications to help them manage these processes efficiently and accurately.
“The FileMaker development platform posed high cost of entry issues since the solution needed to be on-site. Using Servoy, we overcame the challenges of difficult web implementation, hard to deploy upgrades and updates, as well as a non standards-based solution platform.”
— Dan Fischler, CEO Digital Strata, Inc.
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