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BEA WebLogic Server is designed to require fewer CPUs than any other application server at a given workload, as illustrated by the SPEC benchmark.
"We compared BEA against other leading application server vendors and chose BEA WebLogic Server because it supports the latest compliance and security standards.
The solutions that the alliance partners offer include: managing and monitoring BEA WebLogic Server 9.0 (WLS) in pre-production, deployment, and live production environments while helping to optimize uptime and application performance.
BEA also continues to expand its technology platform with products like BEA WebLogic Server Process Edition, which shipped this month-a premium application server designed to combine application deployment with business process management to help enable companies to rapidly build and deploy service-oriented applications."
Using the VERITAS APM software's drilldown and analysis capabilities in both quality assurance and production environments, CGI analyzed the performance of the bank's 32 BEA WebLogic Servers running Sun Solaris 8 to create a comprehensive view of application activity.
BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 is an enterprise application server designed for building service-oriented Java applications for business integration.
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United Airlines, a US carrier, has selected BEA Systems Inc's BEA WebLogic Server and BEA Tuxedo products.
The collaboration between TogetherSoft and Compaq results in more efficient development of complex, high-transaction applications, including the ability to remotely test, debug, and target industry-leading application servers, including BEA WebLogic Server and the IONA Technologies iPortal Application Server.
We chose BEA WebLogic Server because of its proven track record in running the world's largest Web businesses, and because we need a platform that keeps up with developments in rapidly evolving technology standards such as Java, EJB and WAP.