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CA offers $1 million to build Ingres migration tools

Aug 04, 20042 mins
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CA offers $1 million to build Ingres migration tools, 08/04/04

Computer Associates will turn to open-source software developers to help businesses migrate to its Ingres relational database software, it said Wednesday.

IBM offers Cloudscape as open source code, 08/03/04

IBM has found a new home for the Cloudscape database software it picked up in 2001 through its acquisition of Informix. The company plans to announce Tuesday that it will give Cloudscape to the Apache Software Foundation, which will oversee Cloudscape as an open-source project.

Virtual apps software gets upgrade, 08/02/04

Softricity  this month is scheduled to release upgraded software for enabling applications to run on PCs and servers without being installed on them.

Show spotlight to shine on Linux advances, 08/02/04

Attendees headed to this week’s LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco will be looking for application, desktop and middleware support instead of questioning the operating system’s …

IAnywhere provides messaging for mobile apps, 08/02/04

IAnywhere Solutions has released a new messaging product for its mobile database software called QAnywhere, which lets developers write applications for “occasionally connected” devices that can synchronize frequently throughout the day with back-end systems, the company said Monday.

Red Hat to launch Java app server Monday, 07/29/04

Red Hat plans to release its first Java application server at the LinuxWorld conference in San Francisco on Monday, broadening its business beyond the Linux open source operating system, industry …