• April 9, 2007
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Two timing

BEA reports it has introduced a number of Web 2.0 technologies designed to empower user participation in the workplace while giving IT the management and governance control.

They include:

  • AquaLogic Ensemble (formerly Project Runner) is infrastructure software designed for developers and IT operations to create and manage enterprise mashup applications, regardless of development platform and hosting environment.
  • AquaLogic Pages (formerly Project Builder) is designed to empower user participants to surface enterprise data and create simple Web applications for day-to-day business situations.
  • AquaLogic Pathways (formerly Project Graffiti) is a collaborative information discovery and expert identification tool that combines social bookmarking and tagging with search and activity analytics, and is designed to help users discover and share information and expertise through the social networks.

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