FusionWare Launches Integration Server For Web Services

FusionWare Corp. on Monday launched an integration server that's meant to be a web services development and deployment environment. The Seattle-based company said the FusionWare Integration Server cuts development costs by making it easier to tie applications together using...

June 22, 2004

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FusionWare Corp. on Monday launched an integration server that's meant to be a web services development and deployment environment. The Seattle-based company said the FusionWare Integration Server cuts development costs by making it easier to tie applications together using web services standards to automate business processes. The product, which targets companies with small to midsize IT departments, includes adapters for integration with backend legacy systems.

The tool's Windows and XML-based development environment includes a forms-based user interface, code generators, wizards and query builders. The server component is written in Java and can run on all major platforms. The product also has management tools for controlling server operations and deployment of applications exposed as web services.

Pricing for FusionWare Integration Server starts at roughly $50,000.

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