Palisades Technology Partners

Consulting firm uses Flux to alleviate scheduling demands for clients   You answer to a top-ten mortgage lender. Your job is to build a precise system to transfer data between disparate systems on a scheduled basis. Your consulting firm needs to deliver the solution on a timely basis for a competitive price. How do you create innovative technology while focusing …

UserMagnet Chooses Flux to Manage Enterprise Content Delivery

We chose to use Flux because we recognized Flux as a leader in the Java community. We trusted their good name and trusted their work. “We want to help our customers engage their users in valuable, long-lasting e-loyalty relationships,” says Mike Sick, UserMagnet’s Vice President of Development. As Sick knows, providing useful tools to e-business benefits the end user. E-loyalty, …

Documentum’s Content Distribution Services

Job Scheduling Serves Universal Business Models Documentum, a leading provider of enterprise content management (ECM), has over a decade of experience providing solutions to create, manage, deliver, and archive unstructured content. Building on these strengths, an increasing challenge for Documentum’s Global 2000 customer base was how to leverage the value of a powerful enterprise content infrastructure to benefit partners and …

TWO COOL: Java Technology Powers a Pair of Cool Applications

From java.sun.com Sims Computing’s Flux Enterprise Job Scheduler Computer job scheduling has been with us since 1960s-era mainframe systems, and was later more well established by the Unix(r) platform’s cron facility. In a nutshell, job scheduling is simply a matter of executing the correct task, on the correct day, and at the correct time. But in an era where computational …

Adeptia’s Indigo Data Integration Server

Flux Provides Automation Power and Reliability Chicago-based Adeptia, identifying the market void, created an innovative solution for data integration technology. Indigo is “integration middleware that WILL maximize the value of existing applications, enable disparate systems to communicate, extend the life of current systems, and allow collaboration of business partners, subsidiaries, buyers, and suppliers.” Adeptia points out that integration projects have …

The Origins of Flux

Sims Computing created Flux, an enterprise component, using Java Technology Sims Computing was founded in 1997 as a boutique consulting shop to help build enterprise software components that would improve the overall efficiency and functionality of our customers’ enterprise applications. Working in this capacity with our customers, we quickly realized that there was a need for a commercial enterprise job …

Stockholm’s Mind AB Uses J2EE and Flux to Strengthen Client Business Operations

My goal is to help my clients by giving them good advice and developing high quality applications that can leverage their business and make them stronger. — Markus Torpvret, System Architect/Developer, Mind AB Mind AB System Architect Markus Torpvret sees a lot of Java development occurring in his neighborhood. While Stockholm, Sweden may not immediately come to mind as a …

Case Study: Job Scheduling

Companies of all stripes can benefit from job scheduling to automate processes in applications. Job scheduling is a simple way to add automated, unattended, scheduled processing to your Java applications. Many companies have discovered that job scheduling in J2EE and J2SE is a good way to automate applications and clean up system resources. Learn how four companies — Lucent Technologies, …

Sims Computing releases Flux 1.0

Sims Computing has released Flux 1.0, the Enterprise Job Scheduler. Job scheduling automates the process of determining when tasks need to be executed. Flux is a server-side Java software component that provides one-time and recurring job scheduling in Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and Java applications.