New Eclipse-Based Tools Offer Developers More Choices, Migrations and Paths to Latest IBM WebSphere The arrival of the IBM WebSphere Application Server 6.1 presents Eclipse-oriented developers with some big decisions. The newest version of this popular runtime will depend largely on Rational Application Developer (RAD) for tooling. However, as enterprise architects and operators begin to adjust to this major new release from IBM, Genuitec is now delivering MyEclipse Blue Edition as an alternative upgrade path for tools. MyEclipse Blue Edition is not competing with IBM as much as catering to an under-served market of people that may not be able to afford the quick and full Rational tool adjustment. To help us better understand the upgrade issues and full cost-benefit analysis of WebSphere Application Server 6.1, Dana Gardner of Interarbor Solutions recently chatted with James Governor, a co-founder and industry analyst at RedMonk, as well as Maher Masri, president of Genuitec. Read a full transcript of the discussion at: Sponsor: Genuitec.
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