Mainsoft Integrates SharePoint with WebSphere Portal

.NET-to-Java translation company Mainsoft yesterday announced the availability of its .NET Extensions for WebSphere Portal, a technology for enabling SharePoint applications and content to be exposed within the IBM enterprise-class Web server.

Mainsoft technology provides the ability to develop applications and content targeting SharePoint and then repurpose it for the security and accessibility of WebSphere, while still enabling future development through SharePoint. This announcement also mentioned a partnership with IBM, wherein Big Blue will resell the product.

Do you use both SharePoint and WebSphere in your organization? Tell me about your plans for content and application integration at [email protected].

Posted by Peter Varhol on 11/20/2007 at 1:23 PM


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