Enterprise Linux Today: Software AG's Alf Goebel Discusses TaminoOct 30, 2000, 20:14 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Adabas has kept pace with the times. Now in v7.1, the product has features and add-ons to handle customer needs like XML, Web-like user interfaces, improved Web access, and support of new architectures."
"However, Software AG realized that that the golden days for proprietary applications were drawing to a close, according to Goebel. The company opted to leverage its experience with HTTP and put out a product that reflected where the market was going."
"Thus, Tamino was born. At its core, Tamino is a native XML database. To further its appeal to users, Software AG developed middleware and various tools that wrap around it. It has also partnered with other companies to include their already-developed third-party tools. Tamino acts as an "information hub" and can store audio and video files, images, database files, e-mail, and more."
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