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Companies Increasingly Need the Internet to Compete
A rush to deploy the latest JEE application servers in the business environment is fueling growth. Perhaps 200 application servers are being offered on the market today, with more appearing weekly. However, only a few dominate the market. Three companies BEA Systems, IBM, and Sun each claims 20 percent or more of the market, and several other vendors who specialize in market niches claim less than 10 percent each. IBM leads the application server market with a reported 26.3 percent market share (see www.researchandmarkets.com/reportinfo.asp report_ id=32327). The JEE application servers that are on top are IBM WebSphere, BEA Systems WebLogic, and Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition. More specialized players include Iona Technologies, which provides several application servers with Common Object Request Broker (CORBA) capabilities. The application server has emerged as the focal point of the new distributed, networked corporate development. The application server acts as middleware, making the necessary back-end connections, running business logic and messaging, and managing functions such as transaction management and security. The latest application servers are adding support for wireless computing and integrated Extensible Markup Language (XML) capabilities. You can create distributed applications without an application server, but you ll end up having to build from scratch much of the functionality the application server provides such as database connection pooling. For example, one of our UCNY, Inc. (www.ucny.com) clients, uses Lotus Domino as its web server and does not use an application server. We ve already built a lot of the functionality we d get in an application server, reasoned the application manager. Long story short, the company is now in the process of porting its applications to IBM s WebSphere JEE application server.
Companies Increasingly Need the Internet to Compete
Through the next decade most business transaction will be conducted over the Internet. To make this work on a grand scale, standards are critical. The success of JEE is important, as it ensures that the Internet is the most cost-effective medium to use for promoting the services of a business. Conducting business with a user-friendly, reliable, speedy, and attractive set of web pages supported by reliable back-end business logic will make the difference between success and failure in the enterprise business.
1: Sun Certification for the Enterprise Architect
The entire business must be Internet-enabled. The business site must engage the customers and enable them to conduct transactions without the necessity of human interaction. Moreover, it will feed the organization s fulfillment engine as well as provide a place to go for post-transaction services. Corporations will need architects to anchor development standards such as JEE to facilitate the construction of web sites. These sites will communicate the business objectives of their clients, whether they want to direct functionality to local, national, or international markets. Roles are now more important than ever. The architect, along with other technical and graphic design personnel, must work together to ensure that the web pages not only meet the business needs but that they also maintain a perfect balance between performance and professional graphics work. The design of each component must follow a standard such as JEE to ensure that the end product looks professional, loads faster, and effectively communicates the company s business objectives to the world.
Challenges of Application Development for the Enterprise
Timing has always been a critical factor for adopting new technologies, but the accelerated pace inherent in a virtual, information-driven business model has put even greater emphasis on response times. To leverage Internet economics, it is imperative that the architect not only projects, builds, and displays enterprise systems, but that he or she does so repeatedly and in a timely manner, with frequent updates to both information and services. Just as the SQL standard facilitated data access, widespread acceptance and inherited experience with the JEE standard will make it easier for architects to construct enterprise systems. The architect s principal challenge is one of keeping up with the Internet s hypercompetitive pace while maintaining and leveraging the value of existing business systems. In this economic environment, timeliness is critical in gaining and maintaining a competitive edge. A number of factors can enhance or impede an organization s ability to deliver custom enterprise applications quickly and to maximize their value over their lifetime. Hopefully, architecture and ensuing development with JEE will progress quickly so that the rapid application development (RAD) ability we grew fond of in the client/server architecture model will be present for the Internet.
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