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Geronimo J2EE 1.4 Quickly Enters Mainstream

Apache Geronimo, the Open Source J2EE project, is quickly becoming part of the J2EE mainstream. Since IBM's early adoption of Geronimo as a core to a Websphere J2EE app server for mid-sized companies, other ISVs, partners and end users are all showing healthy interest. IDN takes a look at the trendline post JavaOne.

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IT Support for Geronimo J2EE Heats Up

Covalent Technologies' CEO Mark Brewer spoke with IDN about the trends his is seeing in Geronimo adoption and use among larger corporate IT shops. To date, Covalent has some 400 commercial clients using Apache, Tomcat and AXIS throughout their enterprise. It turns out, Geronimo is not just less expensive than commercial J2EE solutions, it is also less complicated. And, users like both.

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IBM Ships Free Geronimo-Based J2EE for SMB

By mid-November, IBM is slated to ship a Geronimo-based J2EE app server, tuned for departmental IT staff, as well as small- and mid-sized businesses. IBM's Websphere Application Server - Community Edition, available for free, will bring together Apache's Geronimo, a Cloudscape database, connectivity drivers for Cloudscape and other DBs, and an enhanced UI. IDN speaks with an IBM exec to get a quick tour of WAS-CE, and learn more about the strategy behind it.

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Websphere “Overkill” Keys IBM Geronimo Push

IBM next month offers services for Geronimo, the Open Source J2EE app server. News that IBM will help users with Open Source J2EE comes the same week that Big Blue announced enhancements to its marquis WebsphereMQ J2EE line of software. What goes on? One IBM exec told Integration Developer News, it's a sign that Websphere is "overkill" for some mid-sized IT shops, and that "all Java is a good thing," even if not IBM's.

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Apache Releases First Geronimo Codeset

Developers can now get their first glimpse at real code for Geronimo, ASF's Open Source J2EE project. Source and binaries are available for a free download. See why Geronimo's code release signals that another J2EE Open Source option is closer than many thought.

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