Thursday, September 01, 2005

[print version] Open-source projects intertwine for integration | CNET News.com

[print version] Open-source projects intertwine for integration | CNET News.com: "Three open-source projects are teaming up to create an alternative to software-integration products from IBM and other heavyweights.
Those involved in talks told CNET News.com that the partnership calls for close technical ties and code sharing among ServiceMix, Apache Synapse and Celtix, which is hosted at France-based consortium ObjectWeb.
The goal of the planned alliance, the sources said, is to create a more cohesive integration offering and attract software developers in the increasingly cluttered field of open source, where new projects seem to appear weekly. Wide adoption of open-source integration products--software that glues together business applications--could open up revenue opportunities for participants in the area of support. "
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