Exist, a global software development company supporting open source technologies is all set to join the O’Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) in Portland, Oregon from July 24-28, 2006. As one of the OSCON Exhibitors, Exist will offer its services such as Architecture Consulting, Rapid Engineering, Quality Assurance, Technical Support and Technology Training to the many IT professionals and industry leaders who are expected to attend this event.
Exist will use the OSCON as a venue to demonstrate its latest product known as eDEN (Exist Distributed Engineering Network). eDEN is a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform incorporating software bug tracking system, source code repository, project planning, functional testing and collaboration platform to enable an efficient joint development process with its customers. Hosted in a US datacenter with guaranteed availability and uptime, Exist customers get up and running with their software development without having to invest in costly software engineering tools and server farms. eDEN provides a reliable technical infrastructure that enables global software development to operate at peak efficiency.
Exist will also introduce its partnership with Webtide, a global expert in implementing scalable Web 2.0 projects using Ajax technology. The company is a joint venture between Exist and Mortbay Consulting, the creator of Jetty which is the highly regarded open source Java web container.
Webtide engineers are core developers or contributors to Apache Geronimo, Maven, ActiveMQ, Cargo, Agila, ServiceMix, Jetspeed, WADI, and a host of other open source projects. Webtide offers its worldwide clientele training, development, and support. Webtide will host a Hightide Product Briefing on July 27, 2006, 6:15-8:15pm at the Broadway Room, 6th floor of the Red Lion Hotel, 1021 Northeast Grand Ave., Portland, OR. The first 30 registered briefing participants will get a chance to win an HP iPAQ.