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Java-Based, Open Source JBoss Server Featured in Mac OS X 'Panther' Server

Java-Based, Open Source JBoss Server Featured in Mac OS X 'Panther' Server

(July 10, 2003) - JBoss Group LLC will be offering professional support services to customers using Mac OS X version 10.3 "Panther" Server, which features the open source JBoss application server. JBoss Group will offer a full range of enterprise-level services, including support, training, and consulting services.

"Apple's decision to embed the JBoss server continues a trend in which many of the leading hardware, OS and software vendors are bundling our core technology," said Marc Fleury, president and founder of JBoss Group. "JBoss is becoming the default standard for building enterprise Web applications because of its robust features, rock-solid stability, high quality and the services available from JBoss Group, such as the ability to provide enterprise customers with 24 X 7 support."

The new Panther Server incorporates the JBoss application server for running J2EE-based applications, including EJB components. Panther Server also features new deployment tools with a graphical user interface to configure existing J2EE applications for hosting on Mac OS X Server.

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