Directory Listing of Organizations Offering XML/Web Services Solutions and Services
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Education / Training / Research
Consulting / Professional Services
|About Sun Microsystems, Inc.:
Since its inception in 1982, a singular vision - The Network is The Computer[tm] - has propelled Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) to its position as a leading provider of industrial-strength hardware, software, and services that make the Net work. Sun can be found in more than 100 countries and on the World Wide Web.
Sun™ ONE Studio 4 (formerly Forte™ for Java™): Create and edit with an integrated development environment (IDE) that automatically recognizes, opens, and parses XML and DTD files with full syntax coloring for tags.
Java™ API for XML Processing: The Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) Optional Package provides basic functionality for reading, manipulating, and generating XML documents through pure Java APIs.
Sun ONE Portal Server: Mobile Access Pack: Provides access to the personalized content and services provided by the Sun ONE Portal Server from any device. It provides support for today's wireless service delivery protocols, WAP and i-mode, and supports the most requested wireless services, such as short message service (SMS), notification, and location-based services.
Sun ONE Integration Server, EAI Edition: Integrate packaged, custom, legacy, and new Java™ applications to build automated business processes across multiple and distributed heterogeneous environments.
XML in Java™ 2 Enterprise Edition: The Java™ 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) promotes the use of XML for data exchange in business-to-business systems. The J2EE reference implementation bundles the Java™ Project X parser. Specific technologies within J2EE already make use of XML: Java Server Pages allows you to generate and consume XML. EJB uses XML to describe its deployment properties, such as transactions and security.
Sun's WBEM Implementation Supports XML: Solaris™ WBEM Services and the Sun™ WBEM SDK are Sun's emplementation of the emerging WBEM standards for the Solaris operating environment
-- Source: Sun Microsystems, Inc. Web site
||4150 Network Circle
Santa Clara, CA 95054
|W3C Member: Yes
||OASIS Member: Yes
WS-I Member: Yes
Last Updated: Jan 5 2003