Borland Improves Real Time Java Development

    September 6, 2005
    Chris Crum

Borland Software announced the release of its JBuilder 2006, an upgrade of its Java integrated development environment (IDE) for enterprise Java applications.

The upgrade is supposed improve on real time collaboration between software teams, especially among outsourced, offshore, remote or distributed team members.

“Software development has become more complex than ever, as IT organizations are driven to do more with less, platforms and standards multiply, and development teams cross geographies and time zones,” said Borland’s senior vice president of products, Boz Elloy.

“In order to thrive in this new era, developers have to be able to work in unison, as a team, regardless of where they are,” added Elloy.

Security has also been increased with JBuilder 2006, with Borland partner Fortify Software’s technology analyzing code for vulnerabilities.

Borland also announced the availability of a new version of its Optimizeit application performance management toolkit. Check out the company’s press release for more details on both products.

JBuilder 2006 will begin shipping this month. Optimizeit 2006 is already available. JBuilder and Optimizeit support and maintenance customers will be able to get the updates at no extra charge.

Chris is a staff writer for WebProNews. Visit WebProNews for the latest ebusiness news.