Content management software vendor Vignette has teamed up with Sun Microsystems to create packaged ebusiness products and services which make it easier for enterprises to manage content for multiple websites.
Available by the end of June, the Sun Vignette e-Business Bundle includes Vignette's V6 Content Suite and V6 MultiSite Content Manager, and Sun's iPlanet Portal, Application, Directory and Web Servers.
In addition both companies will provide services to help IT managers build and implement an ebusiness infrastructure using the technologies. It will be based on the Sun Open Net Environment architecture, Sun's version of web services.
"e-Business Bundle will help organisations deliver targeted content more efficiently to customers, business partners, suppliers and employees," said Phil Powers, senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Vignette.
Sun already has a similar offering with IBM called Blue Pack, but this does not yet include MultiSite, which enables companies to create web content in one location and deploy it at multiple sites.
Vignette has also released software that integrates MultiSite with BEA WebLogic Portal 4.0.
The integration will give customers of both companies easier access to web content managed using Vignette software and protect existing investments in BEA products, the companies said.
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