Software giant, Oracle Corp.
Oracle says the joint integrated solution delivers the following:
— Integration between Documentum eContent Repository and Oracle9iAS through the Documentum JDBC-based eConnector.
— Support for deployment of Documentum Web Development Kit (WDK) content management application services on Oracle9iAS.
— Integration of Oracle9iAS Portal with Documentum eContent Services for Portals.
“Documentum’s native J2EE-based content management solution is the first to port to Oracle9i Application Server’s new J2EE engine, one of the fastest in the market today,” says Balaji Yelamanchili, vice president of products for Documentum.
He argues that developers of Documentum 4i based applications are now able to develop and deploy on Oracle9iAS quickly without any major code changes: “This illustrates the reduced ‘time-to-Web’ of applications using the joint Oracle and Documentum solution,” he says.
“Enterprises are looking for a standards-based, robust content management platform that integrates with their core software infrastructure and powers their e-business operations,” said Tyler McDaniel, director, Hurwitz Group. “The Documentum 4i eBusiness platform integrated with Oracle9i Application Server strikes the right chord for customers in need of a scalable and reliable content management solution,” he adds.
Thomas Kurian, vice president of development for Oracle9i says he is pleased to be working with Documentum: “The combination of Oracle and Documentum provides an enterprise content management solution that enables reliable, secure, and scalable content production,” he says
Last week, Kurian spoke about the benefits of the joint solution at Momentum 2001, the Documentum worldwide user conference, when he addressed over 1,100 attendee which included joint customers, financial analysts and partners.