BEA Systems, Inc. is a company founded in 1995 that specializes in enterprise infrastructure software, and has 77 offices in 37 countries.
The company's name comes from the first initial of each of the company's three founders: Bill Coleman, Ed Scott and Alfred Chuang, all former employees of Sun Microsystems. They launched the business in 1995 by acquiring Information Management and Independence Technologies. These firms were the largest resellers of Tuxedo, a distributed transaction management system sold by Novell. They soon acquired the Tuxedo product itself. BEA went on to acquire other middleware companies and products, including ObjectBroker and NCR's Top End product.
In 1998, BEA acquired the San Francisco start-up WebLogic, which was among the first to implement Sun Microsystems' J2EE specification. WebLogic's re-branded server formed the basis of BEA's WebLogic application server sold today.
On November 3, 2005 BEA Systems announced the acquisition of SolarMetric, editors of the Kodo persistence engine. The acquisitions continued in 2006 with Fuego, a business process management (BPM) software company, and Flashline, a metadata repository company.
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