December 03, 2007
KRAKOW, Poland, Nov. 26 --
GridwiseTech, a vendor-independent expert on scalable solutions,
announced today the availability of an industry brief that identifies
Objectivity/DB as a viable solution for organizations wanting to
leverage the benefits of service-oriented architecture (SOA) within a
data-intensive environment. Objectivity Inc. is the leading provider of
object-oriented, real-time data management platforms for software
applications with complex data management challenges.
The paper describes how to integrate Objectivity/DB within SOA to create a platform approach to Web Services-based data storage. The two technologies can be combined to form a synergistic relationship, allowing users to capitalize on the scalable, high-throughput performance of Objectivity/DB and the loosely coupled, interoperable and secure communications channels found in SOA.
"As SOA became mainstream IT integration paradigm, industry now focuses on integrating their service platforms with powerful backend data storing and processing technologies," says Pawel Plaszczak, president of GridwiseTech. "It appears that such integration can to certain extent be a natural fit if the cooperating DBMS vendor has history in distributed architectures. In the report, our experts analyzed those lock-and-key properties allowing to maximally leverage synergy between SOA and DBMS, in this case distributed, object-oriented Objectivity/DB."
The paper highlights numerous possibilities that arise with the integration of the two technologies, including the ability to:
The nine-page paper is available on the Objectivity Web site at www.objectivity.com and on the GridwiseTech site at www.gridwisetech.com/2007-objectivity-report.
About Objectivity Inc.
Objectivity Inc. is the leading provider of complex data management solutions for sophisticated software applications. The company’s flagship product, Objectivity/DB, is the leading object-oriented database management system (OODBMS) for the real-time management of complex interrelated data. It is used by government, security, complex manufacturing, commercial services, science, and engineering organizations to increase speed, precision and productivity. Objectivity remains on the leading edge of innovation by working directly with clients to build customized programs, find solutions to complicated challenges and seamlessly integrate technology across multiple platforms and languages.
GridwiseTech is the vendor-independent expert in scalable solutions helping customers in speeding up data processing, removing application bottlenecks and building complete scalable systems. The company introduce modern concepts of Grid, virtualization, service-oriented architecture (SOA) and application-driven portals. GridwiseTech offers management consulting as well as comprehensive technical assistance in integration of multi-vendor components. The company is present in Europe, Asia and the United States, serving a wide variety of clients ranging from Fortune Global 500 companies to small and medium enterprises, to research and government agencies. For more information, visit www.gridwisetech.com.
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