Thomas Kurian

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The Internet is rapidly evolving from a static, stateless, information-exchange medium to a dynamic transactional medium that offers new opportunities to change how we do business. To exploit these opportunities, leading-edge independent software vendors and corporate IT organizations are beginning to build and deploy enterprise applications using open Internet standards. They use standard Internet browsers and HTML as clients, model their business logic in Java and access these applications via open Internet communication protocols such as HTTP and IIOP. They deploy applications on a small number of professionally managed, highly scalable and high-performance application servers and database servers. Building enterprise applications on the Internet model has been challenging, however, requiring application developers to learn an enormous number of tools, and differ... (more)

Enterprise Java- the Need for Java Servers

Java has gained a considerable amount of attention and excitement in the software development and information technology communities during the last year, driven by its promise to fundamentally transform and simplify the way in which we develop and deploy applications. Software developers are attracted by Java's simplicity, power and productivity as a programming language. Java is safe; it is object-oriented while much simpler than C++ and it has a component model - JavaBeansª - that facilitates application assembly and visual development. Chief Information Officers are attracted... (more)