La Jolla, CA, September 9, 2010 – Caucho® Technology Inc., the open source Web Profile leader for Java EE application servers, today announced that the Subetha 2.1 release is powered by Resin CanDI, Caucho’s CDI implementation.
Subetha is a sophisticated, open source mailing list manager that features user-friendly web interfaces for configuration management. Subetha version 2.1 extensively uses CanDI for its plugin capabilities while taking full advantage of the declarative injection style with self-documenting annotations.
“Subetha is an open source mailing list server – think Mailman on steroids. It’s also a showcase for how to use Resin’s CanDI configuration system in a real-world application” said Subetha’s Jeff Schnitzer.
“Seeing a well-written, and heavily used application benefit from Resin CanDI is invaluable,” said Steve Montal, Co-Founder of Caucho® Technology. “Subetha, along with being well-written and designed, is a particularly good example because it intelligently uses the bulk of the important Java EE 6 technologies: CDI, EJB @Stateless beans, Servlets, JSP, JMS queues and EJB MDB beans, as well as commonly used technologies like Velocity and Hessian web services” added Montal.
About Caucho® Technology
Caucho® is an industry leading open source Java ISV with over ten years of proven market success for powering many of the highest traffic sites in the world. Caucho® has earned a reputation for quality, performance and open source engineering solutions. Caucho® is an Oracle Java EE licensee and is the preferred provider of Java EE 6 Web Profile and cloud solutions for over 360,000 global commercial deployments. Caucho® Technology was founded in 1998 and has offices in La Jolla and San Francisco, California.
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