Suppliers unite to create portal tools website


Suppliers unite to create portal tools website

Antony Savvas
Users are set to benefit from the launch of an open source portal development site by a group of portal technology suppliers.

The Portlet Open Source Trading site (Post) offers tools and portal components to build Java and Linux-driven sites.

It has the backing of the Java Community Process, which developed portal standard JSR 168, and standards body Oasis, which introduced the Linux-based WSRP portal standard.

The site has the support of Sun, IBM, Oracle, BEA Systems, Plumtree and Documentum, but a Microsoft spokeswoman said she was unsure whether the company had been invited to contribute.

Gartner research director Ray Valdes said, "The emergence of portal standards, combined with a means of sharing standards-based portal components, will potentially provide great benefit to portal customers by increasing choice and reducing costs."

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