BEA imports WebLogic 8.1 to the local market

Version 8.1 brings together the vendor’s key products, including WebLogic Workshop, WebLogic Integration, WebLogic Server and WebLogic Portal.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  August 31, 2003

BEA has imported WebLogic Platform 8.1 to the local market, offering local corporations an application development and middleware integration platform. Version 8.1 brings together the vendor’s key products, including WebLogic Workshop, WebLogic Integration, WebLogic Server and WebLogic Portal.

“Companies that have already invested heavily in software are often caught with redundant software after the completion of projects. The Weblogic Platform is the first product that can extract value from legacy systems, and integrate it with present systems, enabling companies to lower costs and increase returns on IT assets,” comments Diyaa Zebian, regional manager, Middle East and Egypt, eSolutions BEA.

“As an increasing number of businesses in the Middle East migrate to IT-driven processes, the Weblogic 8.1 will prove to be an integral tool to facilitate standardisation of an enterprise’s IT infrastructure,” he adds.

BEA’s next generation of products are based on Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE), extensible mark-up language (XML) and emerging Web services standards.

A key component of the revamped platform is WebLogic Integration 8.1. It provides customers with a unified framework for business integration, production and management and an architecture for the development and integration of applications and business processes.

Integration 8.1 also leverages on BEA’s Workshop product to deliver a production environment and a series of standards based application integration adapters.

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