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PRN: Oracle Releases Oracle Internet Application Server 8i


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"Oracle, the largest provider of software for e-business, today announced the immediate availability of Oracle Internet Application Server 8i (Oracle iAS), which introduces an unprecedented number of new software services in an integrated middleware product and which offers the increased speed and scalability that customers need to build and run e-business applications. With this announcement, Oracle is launching a major assault on the applications server market, which analysts expect to boom to more than 1 billion by 2004. An entirely Java-based, next generation application server, Oracle iAS offers more than the functionality of the leading application server for approximately half the cost."

Oracle has standardized on Apache, the market-dominant Web Server popular among Linux developers, for its Web server capabilities.

"Oracle iAS incorporates into one complete and seamlessly integrated product a wide range of middleware functionality previously available only from multiple products from multiple vendors. It is the only application server available that accelerates Web applications with dynamic caching, broadens access to business intelligence with integrated reporting and querying, and offers a single console for managing an entire web site. The new Wireless Edition of Oracle iAS, includes Oracle Portal-to-Go, which enables users to access web and database content from any data enabled wireless devices -- such as Palm VII, connected organizers and the latest generation of browser equipped mobile phones...."

"Oracle has standardized on Apache, the market-dominant Web Server popular among Linux developers, for its Web server capabilities."

This article was originally published on Jun 28, 2000
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