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JBoss Teams with Librados

JBoss Teams with Librados

(July 24, 2003) - JBoss Group LLC has entered into a co-marketing agreement with Librados Inc., a provider of J2EE-standards based application integration software. Under the agreement, Librados has joined the JBoss Preferred Affiliates™ Program. Achieving more than 2 million downloads in 2002 alone, and on track to reach three million downloads in 2003. JBoss is the industry's fastest-growing Java application server.

Through the partnership, using the Librados Enterprise Integration Component Server (EICS) and a family of pre-built JCA Adapters, Java developers can perform simple or complex application integration quickly and easily from the JBoss server or a Web server environment. Librados is reducing the cost of application integration by offering either royalty-free source code to independent software vendors, or extremely low-cost software to customers with its pure J2EE product offering on JBoss.

Marc Fleury, founder of JBoss.org and president of JBoss Group, said: "Librados' suite of application integration products will allow Java developers to extend and expose backend functionality to the JBoss server or XML and Web services environments. Pairing Librados' sophisticated real-time integration software with our stable, scalable, application server, is a powerful, cost-effective combination for Java developers requiring a flexible, standards-based approach for Web-enabling applications."

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