Apache Announces Release of Apache Geronimo 1.0

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 3:54 pm

The Apache Software Foundation announced the release of Apache Geronimo 1.0 and welcomes the incubation of key sub-projects, including ActiveMQ, OpenEJB, ServiceMix, WADI and XBean, that will now be supported by the Apache Software Foundation’s development, licensing, planning and release process.

Apache Geronimo 1.0 introduces complete J2EE 1.4 certification, support for Java Business Integration (JBI), Jetty or Tomcat Web container deployment options, a complete Web-enabled management console based on Java Portlets, full integration with the Eclipse Web Tools Project, and integration of Apache Derby and the Apache Directory Server.

“Apache Geronimo is the open source application server of choice,” says Jeff Genender, member of the Apache Geronimo Project Management Committee (PMC). “The release of version 1.0 and the official acceptance of the related projects into the incubation program demonstrate to our community, our partners and our users, the major progress we’ve made in delivering a framework for developers to build their own customized application server.”

The Apache Geronimo Application 1.0 server platform and its sub-projects may be downloaded free of charge, in source and binary form, under the terms of the Apache 2.0 license agreement.


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