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Net. Net technologies include a substantial reinvention of middleware capabilities that eliminate interface definition languages. The CORBA capabilities are widely available today and support multiple programming-language integration from multiple vendor platforms. CORBA technologies are the product of an open systems consortium process called the object management group, or OMG. The OMG has over 700 member organizations including all major vendors in information technology, such as Sun Microsystems, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Netscape, and Microsoft.
3. Commercial Software Customization 45 46 The requirement to customize commercial technology is often called profiling; this concept is covered in more detail in Chapter 5. In addition to the profiling software, substantial application-specific software is required to create application systems. Because of the relatively primitive capabilities available commercially for many application needs, this requirement drives an increasing demand to build more and more application-specific software to complete the architecture for application systems.
At the enterprise level, a collection of different systems are integrated across an organization or virtual enterprise of organizations working in conjunction. The enterprise level is the largest scale of internally controlled operating environments. The global industry level is represented by the Internet, the commercial market, and the standards organizations, which comprise the largest scale of software systems. 18 represents the separation of design forces that occurs throughout the various software design levels.