Tools simplify event-driven application development.
December 21, 2007 -
WebLogic Event Server provides developers with Eclipse-based environment for rapid coding, testing, and deployment of event-driven applications and SOA services. With appropriate structures for representing event data, mechanisms for handling streams, and engine for processing pattern rules, extreme scale and complexity can be managed within context of general-purpose Java container. Tooling incorporates application wizards and templates along with intelligent code syntax support.
Original Press release
BEA Systems, Inc.
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BEA Simplifies and Accelerates Event-Driven Application Development with Powerful New Tooling
WebLogic Event Server Now Supports Open Source Eclipse Environment
Core News Facts
1. BEA makes the benefits of event computing accessible to mainstream enterprise software developers through powerful new tooling capabilities.
2. WebLogic Event Server now provides developers with an Eclipse-based environment for rapid coding, testing, and deployment of event-driven applications and SOA services.
3. BEA entered the event computing market in May 2007 with the launch of WebLogic Event Server, the first and only Java application server designed for enterprise event-driven solutions.
SHANGHAI, China, Dec. 12 / / -- BEAWorld -- BEA Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:BEAS), a world leader in enterprise infrastructure software, today announced that it is furthering its lead in event computing for enterprise IT with powerful new development tools geared towards Eclipse-based environments. The new tools are designed to enable Eclipse developers to rapidly code, test and deploy event-driven applications and SOA services. Event computing, an architectural approach aimed at enabling real-time intelligent response to large volumes of disparate data, has long been exclusive to only the most sophisticated IT shops. BEA's WebLogic(R) Event Server, the first and only Java application server with native event processing capabilities, launched a new era of Java event computing earlier this year, and the newly-announced Eclipse-based tooling represents another significant step forward.
Event computing entails processing of numerous, potentially high-volume streams of data and using rules to discern patterns in and describe responses to that data. With the appropriate structures for representing event data, mechanisms for handling streams, and an engine for processing pattern rules, extreme scale and complexity can be managed much more easily than with other methods. Only WebLogic Event Server provides these capabilities within the context of a general-purpose, ultra-reliable Java container. The new tooling is designed to make this even easier for the mainstream Java developer with application wizards and templates, intelligent code syntax support, and deployment automation.
Event computing is an important extension to service-oriented architecture (SOA). By extending SOA's typical request-response paradigm with event computing's "publish-and-subscribe" messaging approach, event-driven SOA can allow many applications to achieve much faster response times along with greater scalability and adaptability. By judiciously event-enabling components within an existing SOA solution, enterprises can preserve existing investments while achieving significant incremental benefit. And when combined with WebLogic(R) Real Time, WebLogic Event Server can support the most demanding performance requirements with microsecond-scale latency.
"Providing customers with innovative solutions is a key priority for us," said Gwen Durrill, Unit Executive for BEA WebLogic Time and Event Driven Products at BEA Systems, Inc. "The market for event-driven technologies is exploding, and we are excited to be the leader in bringing event computing to the mainstream enterprise developer using Java and Eclipse."
BEA Weblogic Event Server with new Eclipse-based tooling support is available now. To download the server, please visit http://www.bea.com/framework.jsp?CNT=index.htm&FP=/content/products/weblogic/event_server/. For installation instructions for the Event Server Development Environment for Eclipse visit http://dev2devclub.bea.com/updates/wlevs-tools/2.0. For more information on the product, please visit http://www.bea.com/eventserver.
BEAWorld is the premier event for SOA thought leadership and takes place in three strategic world markets spanning the Americas, Europe and Asia. The conference is designed to provide critical insights, hands-on instruction, best-practice strategies and opportunities for interaction with like-minded professionals, industry leaders, visionaries and expert practitioners.
In addition to highlighting the innovation and tangible business results BEA customers have achieved, BEAWorld is the place to find the latest information on BEA infrastructure technologies including BEA Tuxedo(R), BEA WebLogic(R) and BEA AquaLogic(R) This year's event will also include a Solutions Showcase, exhibiting the latest and most innovative developments from the extensive BEA partner community.
The last of three worldwide events is scheduled to be held in Shanghai (Dec. 12-13). The first two events were held in the following cities: San Francisco (Sept. 10-12) and Barcelona (Oct. 2-4).
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