LA JOLLA, CA — June 29, 2005 – Caucho® Technology, Inc., a Sun Microsystems J2EE licensee, announced today an alliance with Azul Systems™ Inc. to jointly provide customers with a high-performance Java application server that can access Azul network attached processing technology. The combined solution delivers network attached processing to Caucho’s Resin Java application server that features load balancing.
Azul Systems™ Inc., pioneered the industry’s first network attached processing solution designed to unbound compute resources for Java™- and J2EE™ platform-based applications. Caucho’s Resin product provides numerous features to developers including fast performance, low cost, ease of use and full access to source code. With Azul™ Compute Appliances and Resin, companies will cost-effectively obtain massive scalability and reliability for Java-based applications that perform under extremely heavy loads. The companies also announced joint testing to provide customers with a configuration tuning guide for Caucho® Resin©, ensuring optimum performance and scalability.
Shahin Khan, vice president and chief marketing officer for Azul Systems said, “Network attached processing and Caucho’s Resin provide an extremely scalable Java platform that is suitable for the most heavily trafficked websites.” Kahn continued, “The combined solution will enable customers to dramatically improve server performance and eliminate capacity planning at the individual application level, allowing them to lower the total cost of ownership for their infrastructures.”
Steve Montal, Director of Sales and Strategic Partnerships for Caucho® Technology, Inc. said, “Resin’s ease of use makes it the perfect Java application server platform for environments requiring performance, stability, clustering and load balancing.” Montal continued, “By adding network attached processing from Azul Systems, our customers will be able to consolidate applications and servers, further reducing the cost and complexity of scaling their deployments.”
The companies are working together on joint sales and marketing of their interoperable compute-and-compute and Java appliance server solution to customers. These solutions will be available and provide a great benefit to customers starting in July.
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 used by 4,000 clients including governments and Fortune 500 companies. Caucho® is based in La Jolla, California and is a Sun Microsystems J2EE licensee.
About Azul Systems
Azul Systems™ has pioneered the industry’s first network attached processing solution, designed to unbound compute resources for virtual machine based applications. Without any application level modifications, binary compatibility requirements or operating system dependencies, this fundamentally new approach eliminates the need to capacity plan at the application level and dramatically lowers the cost and complexity associated with the traditional delivery of computing resources. More information on Azul Systems can be found at www.azulsystems.com.
Azul Systems Inc.
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