LA JOLLA, CA — May 5, 2005 – Caucho® Technology, Inc., a Sun Microsystems J2EE licensee, announced today that The Codehaus (www.codehaus.org) has chosen Resin application server to deploy their open-source project community.
The Codehaus is an open-source project community with a strong emphasis on Java, focused on quality components that meet real world needs. Codehaus believes in open source as a pragmatic approach to software development, and all their projects are business-friendly in terms of licensing.
Caucho® Technology produces Resin, a sophisticated application server used by thousands of corporate, education and government clients. Resin’s simplicity of use allows organizations that have large and demanding sites to focus on delivering their message. Customers using Resin include EBay’s half.com, CNet, Evite, the American Red Cross, the Toronto Stock Exchange and Salesforce.com. Resin delivers fast and stable performance under heavy load situations.
Bob McWhirter, The Codehaus founder and CEO of OpenXource said, “We deployed our JIRA bug tracking application on Resin Pro and witnessed improved response times and stability.” McWhirter continued, “After having tried various free containers and a few commercial containers, Resin provides the best quality that we’ve found.”
Steve Montal, Director of Sales and Strategic Partnerships at Caucho® Technology said, “The Codehaus provides a valuable virtual on-line meeting place for the open exchange of Java development ideas.” Montal continued, “We are excited to have Resin powering the Codehaus’ JIRA bug tracking application and we look forward to continuing our collaboration with the open-source community.”
With numerous added features, increased speed and load balancing, Caucho’s Resin application server is gaining an industry-wide reputation as a robust solution to the Java application challenges that web developers most often face. Caucho® has also developed the Hessian binary protocol in an effort to produce fast solutions for the rapidly expanding web services arena.
About Caucho® Technology, Inc.
Caucho® Technology, Inc., founded in 1998, is focused on developing high performance and affordable Java software. Caucho’s Resin is the application server software of choice for over 3,500 clients including CNet, salesforce.com, the Toronto Stock Exchange and the American Red Cross. Caucho® is based in La Jolla, California and is a Sun Microsystems J2EE licensee.
About The Codehaus
The Codehaus was formed in early 2003 by Bob McWhirter and supports several dozen projects with hundreds of developers contributing. Tens of thousand users visit the Codehaus each month.
Founder, The Codehaus
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