LA JOLLA, CA — May 4, 2006 – Caucho® Technology, Inc., a leader in providing open source solutions to ensure high performance and reliability for large-scale Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) applications, today announced that it will participate in JavaOne, Sun Microsystems Worldwide Developer Conference to take place in San Francisco from May 16-19, 2006.
Caucho® Technology produces Resin, an industry leading open source high performance Java 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. Resin features include Quercus, an implementation of the PHP 5 language in Java that allows engineers to build a presentation layer using PHP and business logic using Java all within the application.
Caucho® Technology will have a booth at JavaOne and will also participate in a session entitled “Sharing the Java Platform” designed for press and analysts to take place at the Moscone Center on Tuesday, May 16 at 3:00pm in room 123. Caucho® Technology’s booth will include the participation of Scott Ferguson, Chief Architect of Resin software and Sam Heisz, Caucho® senior engineer.
Steve Montal, Co-Founder of Caucho® Technology, Inc. said, “As a Sun Microsystems Java Licensee, we look forward to participating in JavaOne and welcoming our customers and partners to our booth.” Montal added, “We look forward to introducing new features of Resin at JavaOne including Quercus, our PHP 5 implementation in Java.”
Rudy D’hauwe, Managing Director of Caucho® Europe, based in Brussels, Belgium, will be participating in Caucho® Technology’s booth at JavaOne to welcome European clients. Also participating in the Caucho® booth will be Serge Knystautas and Matt Pangaro from Caucho® Professional Services and David Cole, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales.
Shahin Khan, chief marketing officer at Azul Systems said, “Open source technologies remain a mega trend in the industry and Resin is a strong player.” Azul Systems has pioneered the industry’s first network attached processing solution, designed to unbound compute resources for service-oriented applications. Caucho® Technology will be collaborating with Azul Systems during JavaOne on promotional activities to showcase the award-winning Azul Compute Appliance platform.
Over 5000 customers use Resin including Salesforce.com, CNet, Fastweb, Evite, the American Red Cross and the Toronto Stock Exchange. Resin consistently delivers fast and stable performance under heavy load situations. Additionally, Resin’s integrated standalone web server has built a solid foundation as a reliable and easy to maintain web server solution.
With numerous added features, increased speed and load balancing, Caucho® Technology’s Resin open source application server has earned industry-wide recognition as a robust solution to the Java application challenges that web developers most often face.
About Caucho® Technology, Inc.
Caucho® Technology, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is based in La Jolla, California. Caucho® produces Resin, a leading Java application server that delivers fast and stable performance under heavy load situations. Resin is the application server of choice for over 5000 organizations including Fortune 500 companies, governments and educational institutions needing reliable and fast Java and PHP solutions. Caucho® Technology is a Sun Microsystems Java licensee.
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