San Diego, California (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
Caucho Technology, the leader in lightweight high performance application servers, today announced that Scott Ferguson, Chief Architect and Co-Founder, will participate in an industry expert panel at the JavaOne session entitled “JavaEE.Next(): Java EE7, 8 and Beyond.”
The distinguished panel of Java experts and open source luminaries for session “JavaEE.Next(): Java EE7, 8, and Beyond” includes Scott Ferguson, Ian Robinson, Mark Little and Cameron Purdy. Panel speakers along with a well informed crowd takes aim at dissecting and discussing the direction of Java EE, starting with Java EE 7, proceeding to 8 and beyond. Topics will include the Cloud, Platform as a Service (PaaS), multi-tenancy, elasticity, scalability and more. This session will be held at Parc 55 – Cyril Magnin II/III on Wednesday October 3rd from 4:30-5:30PM.
Caucho continues its long-term involvement at JavaOne this year and will introduce significant developments at the conference including:
- Cloud optimization
- Java monitoring and management
- Sustained reliability and scalability of Java applications
- Performance enhancement and tuning of Resin web server
- PHP on the JVM
Caucho is located at booth #5202 during JavaOne. Staff in attendance at the conference includes senior engineers and business development executives as well as the company Co-Founders.
Resin 4 Java EE Cloud-optimized application server works with many Infrastructures as a Service (IaaS) provider and is PaaS-ready for many ubiquitous Cloud providers like Amazon Web Service EC2 and Google App Engine (GAE). Designed with DevOps user-friendly operations and features, Resin Cloud support focuses on the ease of deploying and managing applications in cloud settings, whether it’s on-premise or with a hosted provider.
Performance and reliability of applications can unquestionably benefit from Resin JAMM (Java Application Monitoring and Management). It includes reporting tools to capture live production performance and factors leading up to server crashes and automatic restarts. Integrated customizable health checks and action settings with a web-based GUI, REST interface, real-time access to JMX, cluster topology and more, makes Resin JAMM essential for an efficient production environment and resources savings. Resin’s practical and user-demanded capabilities offer a vital solution for sites where performance and reliability is key.
“We are very excited that our Chief Architect Scott Ferguson is participating in an important community event to discuss the future of Java,” said Steve Montal, CEO of Caucho Technology. Montal added, “Our engineering shop continues to produce high quality craftsmanship and cutting edge Java performance as we approach our 15 year anniversary in January. Please stop by our booth and say hello during the conference.”
Caucho’s relentless quest for performance and reliability has paved the way for Resin as the leading global Open Source Java application server. Founded in 1998, Caucho is Java EE Web Profile certified by Oracle and recognized as one of the leading Java engineering companies in the world. Our San Francisco based engineers continue to uphold our proven reputation for craftsmanship and innovation. Caucho has helped organizations worldwide including start-ups, governments and Fortune 500 companies to build and grow their business using one of the most flexible, rock-solid and powerful application servers, Resin. Caucho is an Oracle Java EE licensee focusing on Web Profile and cloud solutions with offices in San Francisco and San Diego.
Resin Application server
Resin Pro, Caucho’s Java EE certified application server, features Java EE Web Profile support, Resin cloud support (3rd generation clustering technology), Resin JAMM (Java application monitoring and management), Resin Web Server, Hessian - binary transport protocol, Quercus - PHP on the JVM, Resin Cache - distributed cache server, and Resin Queue - messaging server. Resin has a 14-year reputation for speed and scalability. Leading companies worldwide with demands for reliability and high performance web applications including the Toronto Stock Exchange, Salesforce.com and CNET are powered by Resin.