Industry’s Defacto Open Enterprise Platform Now Includes New Profiles and Extensibility Capabilities Plus Enhanced Features to Simplify Development; Showcases Broad Industry Support for Java Platform EE 6 Specification.
“Over the years the Java EE platform has grown and matured to cover a wide range of enterprise and web application needs. Java EE 6 is designed to be more lightweight and modular to help simplify development, serve more applications and address various deployment scenarios. The innovative features and productivity improvements now available in Java EE 6 are the result of an extensive, collaborative development effort between Sun, the JCP and open source community members,” said Karen Tegan Padir, vice president of MySQL and Software Infrastructure at Sun. “The introduction of Java EE 6 Profiles brings new flexibility to the platform and helps to address the needs of the various communities by adding new functionality and ease of use capabilities. We expect Profiles to usher in a new era of innovation and the possibility of many exciting new products for the Java EE platform.”
“The introduction of Profiles in the Java EE 6 Platform will help deliver the right sized solution for specific market segments. The lightweight Java EE 6 Web Profile is the ideal set of specifications for developing high performance modern web applications. The Java EE 6 Expert Group, led by Sun, has done an excellent job on meeting the goals defined in the Java Specification Request (JSR) for this version of the platform,” said Steve Montal, CEO, Caucho.