SpringSource Announces General Availability of SpringSource Enterprise

Friday, 25 July 2008 at 15:21 UTC Leave a comment

SpringSource Enterprise released to help customers develop and run Spring-powered enterprise applications more productively, securely and with the greatest uptime.

SANTA CLARA, Calif.—July 22, 2008— SpringSource, the company behind Spring, the de facto standard in enterprise Java, and a leading provider of infrastructure software, today announced the general availability of SpringSource Enterprise.

“The application landscape is undergoing significant change, as developers and architects demand a combination of powerful capabilities and simplicity in the next generation of enterprise applications,” said Peter Cooper-Ellis, SpringSource senior vice president of engineering and product management. “The commercial release of SpringSource Enterprise, coupled with the recent introduction of the SpringSource Application Platform, delivers more flexible and modular alternatives that the market is looking for in their application infrastructure.”

SpringSource has published some months ago the SpringSource Application Platform, currently in beta.

As Eberhard Wolf posted in Google’s Spring User Group Germany :

SpringSource is a fully modular environment for
* Enterprise Java applications, that based on modern concepts
* it is based on OSGi as underlying system for module coordination
* it contains tomcat for support of web applications
… and supports Spring as programming model of course

He invites everybody to take part in SpringSource beta program: Register here …


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