Jtest also automates integration with WebSphere Internet infrastructure software, and WebSphere Studio development tools, which are based on the Eclipse open-source platform for easy, multi-vendor tool integration.
What does TINT stand for?
TINT stands for Tool Integration (cost model factor)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of TINT
We have 2 other meanings of TINT in our Acronym Attic
- There Is No Secret Kabal
- There Is No Such Thing As A Free Lunch
- There Is No Such Thing As A Pitching Prospect (baseball prospectus)
- There Is No Such Thing as a Stupid Question
- There's No Such Thing As A Free Lunch
- There Is No Such Thing As Free Lunch
- Tactile Interrogator (Linux/Solaris/OS X program)
- Target Intelligence
- Thanks, I Needed That
- TIRKS Interface module (Hekimian)
Samples in periodicals archive:
InfoSpan became an IBM AD/Cycle Business Partner in 1991, and is now licensed to provide IBM's Information Model to expand the capabilities of InfoSpan's Repository Management and CASE tool integration product solutions.
In addition, Actel and Mentor Graphics will continue to cooperate to further improve tool integration, thereby increasing productivity and enhancing customer design success and quality of results (QoR).
Serena is the lead vendor behind the Eclipse ALF project, which aims to provide an open life-cycle tool integration framework based on Web services," states Carey Schwaber of Forrester Research.
Spectra SDR Tools support tool-chain integration by leveraging the Eclipse framework to facilitate third party tool integration to produce the required developer workflow.
Its flagship product, SRS, is the leading data and tool integration software for the life science research market enabling researchers to access all necessary data and tools through one interface.
ALF is a highly visible Eclipse project that aims to eliminate the problems associated with writing point-to-point tool integrations.
GPS is highly extensible; a simple scripting approach enables additional tool integration.