Real-Time Kaazing Solution and Sun's Glassfish Forge RIA Alliance
Enterprise Real-Time Web Provider Kaazing Joins Sun's Glassfish ISV Community
By: RIA News Desk
May. 12, 2008 02:30 AM
Kaazing Corporation and Sun Microsystems announced an alliance to deliver the scalable and advanced real-time Web 2.0 platform. The integration between Kaazing's real-time Rich Internet Application (RIA) solution, Enterprise Comet, and Sun Microsystems' open source Java EE application server, Glassfish, enables customers to create and deploy scalable mission-critical real-time solutions such as trading systems, betting and gambling applications, and interactive sports and news broadcasts, to the Web.
With Kaazing's patent-pending Enterprise Comet technology, Sun Microsystems can offer its customers a highly scalable, advanced real-time Web solution capable of powering some of the largest marketplaces in the world. Through this partnership, Kaazing continues to expand its capability to deliver scalability and real-time performance benefits to Rich Internet Applications.
"As far as we're concerned, the enterprise equals
Java," said John Fallows, CTO and co-founder of Kaazing Corporation.
"We have been actively involved in the Java community for many years and
when we were introduced to project Glassfish, we were quickly convinced that
its combination of low development impact and high performance was a perfect
fit for our real-time Web solution. Together with Sun we can now deliver an
advanced and scalable real-time Web 2.0 solution for the Java enterprise."
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