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Middle Wares

Middle Wares

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Middleware
 
6/28/2010 Vikas Prasad 2
 Wh
at is Middleware?
Middleware is computer software t
h
at connects software components orapplications.
 T
h
e software consists of a set of services t
h
at allows multiple processesrunning on one or more mac
h
ines to interact across a network.
 T
h
is tec
h
nology evolved to provide for interoperabilityinteroperabilityin support of t
h
emove to co
h
erent distributed arc
h
itectures, w 
h
ic
h
are used most often tosupport and simplify complex, distributed applications.
It includes web servers, application servers, and similar tools t
h
at supportapplication development and delivery.
Middleware is especially integral to modern information tec
h
nology based onXML,SOAP,
 W
eb services, andService-Oriented Arc
h
itecture (SOA).
 
6/28/2010 Vikas Prasad 3
Middleware Providers
IBM, Red Hat, and Oracle Corporation are major vendors providing middleware software.
 Vendors suc
h
as Axway, SAP, TIBCO, Mercator Software,Crossflo, Vitria and webMet
h
ods were specifically founded to provide
 W
eb-oriented middleware tools.
Groups suc
h
as t
h
e Apac
h
e Software Foundation and t
h
eObject
 W
eb Consortium encourage t
h
e development of opensource middleware.

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