GlassFish 3.1.1 has been released! Java 7 inside.
By alexismp on Jul 28, 2011
Another important driver for this release was support for additional platforms : AIX, 64-bit load-balancer, and maybe most importantly support for Java 7 (shipping today as well). This means that you can now benefit from the JVM improvements that come with this new shiny version but also use the new language constructs defined in project coin. Check out this screencast for an example of what can be done.
You can also listen to this new episode of the GlassFish Podcast which features a discussion with Sathyan, the Engineering manager for this release. Finally, you can get more details in the release notes and the documentation set.
If you are an existing GlassFish 3.x user, the update center will offer you a binary upgrade, similar to what happened when 3.1 was released in February.
In addition to the Open Source bits, GlassFish 3.1.1 is available via Oracle GlassFish Server, the Oracle-branded and supported offering, as well as in the Java EE 6 SDK Update 3 (including a bundle with JDK 7).