Oasis Articles

The Net: Killing Music Labels Since 2007

Radiohead kicked open the door, Trent Reznor is in the foyer admiring the chandelier, and bands like Oasis, Jamiroquai, and The Charlatans are rolling up the street looking for the party.

IBM Sends UIMA To Apache, OASIS

Two major open source contributions from IBM for its Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA) have placed it with the Apache Software Foundation as an incubator project, and out to the OASIS specification development group to create a true standard around the UIMA framework.

KnowTia Announces Oasis CRM 2.0
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The Oasis CRM product line, made by the KnowTia Corporation, is set to be updated with a brand new Version 2.0.

Companies Demonstrate Interoperability of WSDM OASIS Standard

Powerful tech companies collaborated with OASIS on their Web Services Distributed Management (WSDM) standard. Those companies include IBM, DataPower, Hewlett-Packard, Hitachi and Tibco and they demonstrated the interoperability of that standard at the Enterprise Management World conference in Bethesda, Maryland.

OASIS Plans Open Standards Day In Amsterdam

The open standards consortium OASIS plans a one-day conference on May 24th in Amsterdam. The OASIS Open Standards Day will be held in conjunction with the IDEAlliance XTech 2005 Conference & Exhibition (formerly XML Europe).

OASIS Takes Another Step on SOA

OASIS, the consortium of electronic business mega corporations, takes another step in its goal of international standards for the internet world. They announced the development of a committee to create a reference model for service-oriented-architectures (SOA-RM).

IBM, BEA, Microsoft and TIBCO Go To OASIS

BEA Systems Inc., IBM Corp., Microsoft Corp. and TIBCO Software Inc. today announced they will submit the latest version of the Web Services ReliableMessaging (WS-RM) specification.

Oasis Pushes Global E-procurement Standardization

The Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) consortium has created a forum for government agencies, organizations, and private companies to work together on global e-procurement standards.