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Since 1965, BEA has been the leading provider of sensor-based technology used for the activation and safety of automatic doors. We work to certify our products via FCC, UL, AAADM and ANSI to ensure minimal liability and maximum protection. In addition to our r... more.
Kevin Faulkner, BEA vice president - investor relations, and John Kiger, BEA senior director - investor relations, are scheduled to present at the Bear Stearns 15th Annual Technology Conference on Tuesday, June 15, 2004 at 11:00 a.m. EDT, followed by a question and answer session.
"Today, with the Internet, applications are built where my software talks to your Web browser, and there's a person on the other end," said John Kiger, director of product marketing at BEA Systems, which offers the WebLogic Web services platform.
Web services allow companies to use the Internet to enable business processes to communicate directly, without a person acting as an intermediary, he added.
John Kiger, director of product marketing for BEA's E-Commerce Server Division
"BEA is committed to delivering to its customers the best solutions for managing e-business activity and our Star Partners are a critical element in delivering complete solutions," said John Kiger, director of product marketing for BEA's E-Commerce Server Division.
"All of the major application server vendors, with the exception of Microsoft, are moving to Java," says John Kiger, director of product marketing at BEA.Kiger says he hopes one day there will be "a BEA application server in every business."This may not be far-fetched.An eLink Integration Server is also in the works, Kiger adds.BEA has introduced support for both XML and EIB in the version 2.0 edition of WebLogic Server, a separate "out-of-the-box" product built on WebLogic Server.WebLogic Commerce is targeted at e-commerce operations.BEA also set its sites on the lucrative business-to-business exchange space, as well.The vendor will use XML, together with Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) services such as EIB 1.1, JSP 1.1, and JDBC 2.0 to integrate WebLogic with its forthcoming E-Collaborate environment for Web-based trading communities and eProcess Integrator workflow engine.BEA's XML capabilities will also support application integration through industrywide standards initiatives such as RosettaNet (www.rosettanet.org) and Microsoft's BizTalk (www.biztalk.org), Kiger says.BEA also plans to use XML in conjunction with WML to support wireless transaction applications through integration with WAP servers such as those from wireless access vendors, such as Nokia Corp, (www.nokia.com)."Java Server Pages will be used to create on-the-fly HTML or WML pages.The WML pages will be sent across HTTP into a WAP gateway which will convert the pages into a WAP data stream for the mobile applications on the other end," Kiger explains.
This class of standards is at such an early stage of development that there aren't even any working groups working on putting together drafts, said John Kiger, BEA's director of product marketing.