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Lucene PMC provides a view into ALPHA releases of Apache Lucene 4.0 and Solr 4.0. Lucene is a Java-based indexing and search technology, as well as spellchecking, hit highlighting and advanced analysis/tokenization, while Solr 4.0 is a high performance search server built using Lucene Core.
Red Hat is slowly but steadily making JBoss central to all its initiatives scaling JBoss in the recent past to the demands of cloud, then with a combined power of its NoSQL offering DataGrid further extends it to demands of Big Data and guess what, it now has launched a new initiative named "The JBoss Way". The JBoss Way introduces a new set of frameworks, tools and architectural designs focused on improving developer productivity in building modern applications for mobile, the cloud and more.
Do you find Portfolio and Project management difficult to blend in with lean and agile techniques? If yes then you definitely should try out LeanKit Kanban. With its recent ground breaking release specifically focusing around portfolio and project management at multiple levels and giving handle to users to drill down as necessary into kanban boards along with roll-up lean metrics, Leankit has demonstrated its prowess with kanban tools space.
Red Hat had made another leap announcing to acquire "Fuse Source" from Progress Software, a provider of open source integration and messaging. Red Hat disclosed that by combining the enterprise strength of JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform and other JBoss Enterprise Middleware with the popular and widely used Camel integration framework, Red Hat can drive JBoss integration solutions across a broader base of customers and deeper into the enterprise. The announcement also said Camel will be instrumental to simplifying integration for cloud and on-premise deployments.
End of June is here and hence the 9 year tradition of customary Eclipse release comes with power packed features as every year. Eclipse Juno (code name for this years Eclipse release train) boasts the work of 72 project teams by 445 open source committers on 55 million lines of code, and the participation of 40+ Eclipse member companies.
Epicor, a business software solutions provider has enhanced its comprehensive Human Capital Management (HCM) software with key focus on global framework and web services integrating it with its other core products within ERP space.
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) features a new cloud-ready architecture with significant improvements within its usability and management capabilities claims Redhat with its latest release JBoss 6.0. JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 offers greater agility than previous versions of the solution, allowing customers to move their application development and deployment to the cloud without the need to re-skill or diverge from open industry standards.
Eucalyptus provider of on-premise cloud computing platform using AWS compatible IaaS cloud API's has released a revised version (3.1) of its platform that comes with access to its source code on GitHub, FastStart features enabling enterprises to deploy its AWS based on-premise IaaS clouds in under 20 minutes which also boasts self service and automation.
MemSQL, a new breed of databases has gone live today that uses an abstract framework that combines processing speed and robust SQL interfce within an in-memory data tier to achieve actionable insights at rates 30 times faster than with disk-backed alternatives.
eLearning is something which most of the enteprrises struggle, with not enough matured software to meet the modern demands of enabling courses on various devices. Adobe since embracing HTML5 late last year has scaled all of its products to cloud and mobile platforms offering much more value to customers.