Obtree C4 sends data to intranet, extranet and Web

A suite of enterprise content management products from Obtree Technologies Inc. of Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., can deliver data to intranets, extranets and the Web.

The Obtree C4 architecture stores items in a relational database and dynamically assembles them at run time, chief marketing officer Jens Rabe said. The object-oriented architecture separates content from layout functions.

The company has software available to integrate Obtree C4 with other enterprise applications such as SAP R/3, IBM WebSphere, BEA WebLogic Platform 7.0 from BEA Systems Inc. of San Jose, Calif., and Oracle9i Application Server.

Obtree C4 runs under Microsoft Windows 2000, Sun Solaris or Linux on a one- or two-way server.
The C4 base software requires Microsoft Internet Information Server, Apache Web Server or Sun iPlanet 6.0, plus a relational database such as Oracle9i or Microsoft SQL Server 2000.

Pricing is per CPU; a typical installation of Obtree C4 and one integration suite on a pair of two-way servers costs about $120,000.

Contact Obtree at 949-267-9215.


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