OMIX has been developing e-Business solutions that integrate BEA's Weblogic
Application Server since 1996 longer than any other system integrator. OMIX
has been a partner with BEA Systems since BEA acquired WebLogic and its
industry-leading Java-enabled Application Server in the Fall of 1998. BEA Systems
is one of the world's leading e-Business infrastructure software companies,
with over 8,000 customers around the world including most of the Fortune Global
500. OMIX often recommends BEA's award-winning WebLogic E-Business Platform
to build reliable, highly scalable e-Business solutions.
With the proliferation of content on the Web and the need to securely manage
information from within the enterprise and beyond the corporate firewall, OMIX
views its partnership with Documentum as very strategic. Documentum drives content
management through e-Businesses with an open, flexible, Internet-scale platform
that enables customers to create, deliver, publish, and personalize content
in all formats across all e-Business applications.
Exodus Communications is a leading provider of Internet hosting services for
enterprises. OMIX has been a customer of Exodus Communications since the time
when both our companies were founded, and is now one of their longest-standing
customers. Over the years, we have migrated many of our clients into the Exodus
co-location centers as our clients' projects have moved from development to
production. OMIX is now an Exodus Professional Services partner.
Marimba provides Internet infrastructure management solutions that are used
for Application Distribution and Management (ADM). OMIX began designing e-Business
solutions that integrated the Marimba ADM infrastructure in 1996, when Marimba
was first coming to market. Since then, Marimba has significantly enhanced its
product offerings to support a broad range of application and content management
services. Marimba products are now used internally or embedded in the products
of many Fortune 500 companies
Oracle is a leader in relational database technology and secure data management
applications for the Internet. In choosing standards-based infrastructure software
to build upon, OMIX has been integrating Oracle databases since our inception
in 1994. Over the years, Oracle has become the dominant database vendor in the
PointBase is a leading supplier of small footprint Java databases that may be
embedded in client-side or mobile applications. PointBase is our preferred supplier
of database products for applications that fit this profile.
Sun Microsystems is a leading provider of UNIX platforms and operating systems.
They are also responsible for bringing the Java language and the derivative
Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) products to the marketplace. Officially, we
are hardware and operating system agnostics at OMIX, but we often recommend
Sun's products in situations where scalability and reliability are significant