NYJavaSIG Meeting 12/15/04 - Apache Geronimo - Open Source J2EE-Compliant App Server

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    APACHE GERONIMO - AN OPEN SOURCE J2EE-COMPLIANT APPLICATION SERVER
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    Who: Alan Cabrera - Founding Member of Apache Geronimo
    Geir Magnusson - VP Product Development, Gluecode
    Aaron Mulder - CTO, Chariot Solutions
    When: Wednesday December 15, 2004
    6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Where: Sun Microsystems
    101 Park Avenue (40th St), 4th Floor
    NY, NY 10176
    Gramercy Park Room (#4140)
    MAPQUEST> http://tinyurl.com/d6pq

    Meeting RSVP: www.nyjavasig.com/examples/javasig/MeetingInfo.jsp
    Join the NYJavaSIG: www.javasig.com/examples/javasig/meld.jsp


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    ABSTRACT
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    Everyone knows how successful the Apache webserver and servlet container
    (Tomcat) have become. Close to 70% of all webservers on the Internet use
    Apache. In addition to http servers and servlet containers, the Apache
    Software Foundation (ASF) has supported other projects that implement
    pieces of J2EE such as JSP, Tag Libraries, and a Web services stack.

    Now, the ASF has targeted application servers with an open-source,
    Apache-licensed (BSD-flavored) implementation of the J2EE specification
    called GERONIMO.

    GERONIMO builds upon the many Java projects at the Apache Software
    Foundation and brings together leading members of the Castor, JBoss,
    MX4J and OpenEJB communities. The GERONIMO project is committed to
    certifying the implementation as fully J2EE compliant and of the
    same caliber as BEA's WebLogic and IBM's WebSphere, which are both
    widely used application servers in the corporate world.
     
    Frank D. Greco, Dec 12, 2004
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