Shyam Nagarajan

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When J2EE was still in its nascent stage, ATG took a bold step, becoming one of the first vendors to provide a similar framework for enterprises to build their applications on. Though largely based on Java, their technology did not adhere to any of the earlier J2EE specifications. It was quite cumbersome for ATG customers to keep up with the J2EE technology. As a result, many ATG customers were left with huge code bases for applications that are difficult and expensive to maintain. A Developing Headache One of our customers, a financial services firm running their e-commerce sites on ATG Dynamo 4.5, merged with a firm that ran their applications on BEA WebLogic 6.1. The newly formed management mandated that all business applications and e-business components be standardized to run on one platform so both businesses could share intellectual property - applications, ... (more)