LA JOLLA, CA — May 4, 2007 – Caucho® Technology, Inc., a leading open source Java-PHP application server vendor, today announced that Quercus will support Sun Microsystem’s GlassFish Community.
Quercus is a pioneering open source architecture for web applications and services where Java and PHP are tightly integrated with each other. PHP applications can choose to use Java libraries and technologies like JMS, EJB, SOA frameworks, Hibernate, and Spring all within one application server. PHP applications running on Quercus are faster, easier to develop, more capable, more secure, and more scalable than any other PHP solution.
Steve Montal, Co-Founder of Caucho®, said “Quercus will enable the GlassFish community to leverage and use PHP in their applications.” Montal added, “We look forward to participating in JavaOne activities next week where we will be presenting the Quercus/GlassFish integration.”
“Quercus enables popular PHP applications like MediaWiki and phpBB to be used on the GlassFish Application Server” said Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart, Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems and lead of the GlassFish Community. Pelegri-Llopart added, “Quercus is a great example of how the Java Platform supports multiple languages”.
Caucho® Technology will be presenting the Quercus/GlassFish integration at Glassfish Day on Monday, May 7, the day before the 2007 JavaOne Conference. GlassFish day will also include keynotes by Jonathan Schwartz, President and CEO of Sun Microsystems, and Rich Green, Sun’s Executive Vice President for Software.
Caucho® Technology is an engineering company devoted to reliable open source and high performance Java. Caucho® is a Sun Microsystems licensee and produces Resin, a fast, stable and easy to deploy application server that consistently delivers high performance to some of the Internet’s most visited sites including CNet, KodakGallery and Salesforce.
Caucho® Technology has earned a reputation for supporting its products by a team of engineers devoted to quality customer service and a rapid bug fix and feature request program. Caucho® has over 6,500 customers whose mission critical applications rely on Resin application server.
About Caucho® Technology, Inc.
Caucho® Technology was founded in 1998 and is based in La Jolla, California. Caucho® produces Resin, a leading open source Java-PHP application server that delivers fast and stable performance under heavy load situations. Resin is the application server of choice for thousands of organizations including global corporations, governments and educational institutions needing reliable and cost-effective Java-PHP solutions. Caucho® Technology is a Sun Microsystems Java licensee.
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