“The Tomitribe Community Partnership Program makes Open Source Software (OSS) function as a sustainable resource within businesses, allowing increased collaboration between businesses and the OSS community,” said Tomitribe CEO and Founder David Blevins.
Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) September 29, 2014
Tomitribe (http://www.tomitribe.com), leading provider of enterprise services and support for Apache TomEE, today announced its launch of the Tomitribe Community Partnership Program at JavaOne 2014. The partnership program is a business and developer community driven effort to keep Open Source sustainable and successful.
“The Tomitribe Community Partnership Program makes Open Source Software (OSS) function as a sustainable resource within businesses, allowing increased collaboration between businesses and the OSS community,” said Tomitribe CEO and Founder David Blevins. "Two things are very clear when you look at our industry: most Open Source communities are talent rich and highly collaborative environments, but struggle with sustainability and lack resources; many business environments are resource rich, but struggle finding talent and lack internal collaboration. We are the answer to each other's problems."
The Tomitribe Community Partnership Program is a packaged service offering with dedicated resources, training, community development, professional services and enterprise support for Apache TomEE, Tomcat and the Java EE community of projects at Apache. The blend of services with 24/7 technical support at an incomparable value is a new sustainability model for the Open Source eco-system while fostering greater collaboration and innovation in businesses.
Apache TomEE is the Java Enterprise Edition 6 Web Profile Certified edition of Apache Tomcat, the world’s most popular Java application server software, with more than 70% market penetration within the enterprise. Winning an Oracle Duke’s Choice Award and Geek Choice Award at JavaOne 2014, TomEE is the answer for enterprises desiring greater application portability between Tomcat and other Java EE certified servers.
Tomitribe developers and management will be at exhibit #5001 to share current developments for TomEE and details of the Tomitribe Community Partnership Program.
“Piloting a new way of connecting businesses with the Open Source community is just scratching the surface of unlocking the deeper potential of the Open Source eco-system,” said Theresa Nguyen, Tomitribe VP of Sales and Marketing. “We are optimistic about the harmony of both worlds developing into a strong system.”
In addition to exhibitor presence, David Blevins will deliver key technical sessions and participate in expert panels.
JavaOne 2014 Technical Sessions and Panels:
- Lambda Q&A Panel
September 30th, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM, [CON3374]
With Brian Goetz, Raoul-Gabriel Urma, Trisha Gee, Maurice Naftalin and David Blevins
- Java EE Game Changers
September 30th, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM, [CON6759]
With David Blevins
- Apache TomEE, Java EE Web Profile, and More on Tomcat
October 1st, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM, [CON6782]
With David Blevins
- Java EE 8 Community Update and Panel
October 2nd, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM, [CON2131]
With John Clingan, Cameron Purdy, Mark Little, David Blevins, Kevin Sutter, Adam Bien
Tomitribe (http://www.tomitribe.com), an innovative leader of sustainable open source technology, provides development, professional services, training and support for Apache TomEE. An all Apache stack product, TomEE combines Tomcat’s simplicity with Java EE’s power to deliver a high performance and free open source application server under the Apache license. TomEE makes it easy to install, build and deploy enterprise level applications minus the extraneous complexities. Tomitribe provides commercial enterprise services while enriching the Open Source community.