Thursday, July 15, 2004


Last Tuesday ILOG spoke to the NOVA JUG Enterprise Group about JRules, their business rules management system.

Current rule engines require software programmers to make even the most minor changes, such as price. ILOG's product allows non-technical workers, such as business analysts, to make changes to business rules. What impressed Technoflak was the economic use of memory, unsubstantited, JRules requires only 300KB of memory.

Why ILOG? Founded in Paris in 1987, the name "Ilog" is an abbreviated version of intelligence logicielle — the French phrase for "intelligent software." The full name tells a great deal about Ilog's vision and what it contributes to enterprise applications.

NOVA JUG is looking for speakers. Java programmers reading this might want to consider presenting.

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