Sterling Commerce has launched Version 3.0 of its flagship Business Process Management (BPM) and integration platform, Sterling Integrator. The release includes product enhancements and extends support of JBOSS application server to iSeries and zSeries platforms, said the company. Sterling Integrator version 3.0 has added platform support for mainframe and mid-range server systems, including: Mainframe – zSeries platforms running z/OS and SUSE Linux Enterprise and IBM iSeries platforms running OS/400. The platform also includes a mail-boxing capability, which offers a secure repository for the ‘staging’ of data, allowing customers to manage the batched exchange of information. In addition, new components and adaptors included in the release extend B2B standards support for TRADACOMS, RosettaNet 1.1, UCCnet 2.2.1 and E5.
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