MainStream Companies launch Web 2.0 Products
A growing number of mainstream players are introducing technology to link consumer-style Web 2.0 capabilities with enterprise solutions. Some of the recent launches are

BEA has introduced three new products that helps you make Web 2.0 applications
  • BEA AquaLogic® Pages - Provides Drag-and-drop simplicity for creating wikis, blogs and basic Web applications
  • BEA AquaLogic® Ensemble - Allows to manage Web resources – applications, components, widgets, programmable functions – and for blending these resources together in new and existing Web applications ( Mashups)
  • BEA AquaLogic® Pathways – Helps to combines search, content tagging, bookmarking and activity analytics to deliver a better way to discover information and people.
A Java application server is required to use these products but not necessarily BEA's application server

IBM announced four separate technology offerings: Lotus Connections, Lotus Quickr, Info 2.0 and WebSphere Commerce.

  • Lotus Connections is a suite of five purely Web 2.0 components designed to help companies find experts on topics, bring together teams around a common point and access information. The components enable users to create social bookmarks and tagging and build Web dashboards, blogs, and online communities and profiles, such as what's offered on Facebook or LinkedIn.
  • Lotus Quickr is an open standards-based collaboration tool that enables teams inside and outside a company to work together across different geographies, operating systems and working styles, IBM officials said. Its collaboration capabilities include blogs, wikis—software that enables anyone to input qualified information on a Web page or site—and team space templates that support the processes necessary to get collaboration project up quickly.
  • Info 2.0 is a set of tools designed to unlock data and enable business users to create mashups—the remix and repurposing of data into a single application or Web site, such as a mix of Google Maps with a real estate site to show where available homes are located.
  • IBM's WebSphere Commerce - provides the ability for customers to prioritize and filter specific attributes like price, brand or product characteristics

Oracle WebCenter combines the standards-based, declarative development of JavaServer Faces, the flexibility and power of portlets and runtime customization, and a set of integrated Web 2.0 services into a new generation of context-centric, composite applications. WebCenter Services include a complete set of Web 2.0 content, search, collaboration, and communication services that can be embedded directly into applications built with the WebCenter Framework.
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