News

Rational Software Unveils Rational Suite 2000

Rational Software today released its Rational Suite 2000, a collection of 12 individual products grouped in six different suites. The suites are designed to complement the skills of each member of a Web application development team.

The first suite provides requirements framework for business-to-business e-business systems, providing pre-configured, packaged requirements, models, and other analysis artifacts. The second suite provides a unified modeling language (UML) framework for developers building Windows DNA applications, giving prepackaged Windows DNA design and code templates with round-trip engineering support. The third suite includes a Web modeling solution that reverse-engineers dynamic Web sites consisting of both HTML and Active Server Pages and converts them to visual models. The fourth suite provides round-trip engineering between visual models and XML/document type definitions (DTDs), allowing developers to convert documents into visual models and DTDs into graphical models. The fifth suite provides round-trip engineering between visual models and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) using unified modeling language (UML). The sixth suite provides a UML-based solution for data modeling.

Contact Rational Software, www.rational.com.

About the Author

Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

Featured

  • Microsoft Offers More Help on Windows Server 2008 Upgrades

    Microsoft this week published additional help resources for organizations stuck on Windows Server 2008, which fell out of support on Jan. 14.

  • Microsoft Ups Its Carbon Reduction Goals

    Microsoft on Thursday announced a corporatewide carbon reduction effort that aims to make the company "carbon negative" by 2030.

  • How To Dynamically Lock Down an Unattended Windows 10 PC

    One of the biggest security risks in any organization happens when a user walks away from their PC without logging out. Microsoft has the solution (and it's not a password-protected screensaver).

  • First Stable Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge Browser Released

    Microsoft on Wednesday announced the first release of its Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser at the "stable" commercial-release stage.

comments powered by Disqus

Office 365 Watch

Sign up for our newsletter.

Terms and Privacy Policy consent

I agree to this site's Privacy Policy.