More Metro Adoption - JBoss, Oracle, IBM


Metro, the GlassFish Web Services stack (Metro) continues to gain adoption. Jitu reports its presence in the JDK used in WAS 7.0 (open beta). Previous reports include JBoss 5.0 and Oracle (nee BEA) WebLogic Server.

This is not surprising: the performace of Metro is very good (see, for instance, yesterday's testimonial), its interoperability is outstanding, it's Flexible Architecture supports multiple Encodings and Transports, includes REST suport via Jersey, the licenses (GPLv2+CDDL) are very usable, it has a Growing Community and great Tool Support in NB 6.1 and is an Award-Winner.

Metro is directly available in the enterprise-ready GlassFish v2 as well as in the modular GFv3, as well as in Sun's JDK. And, if you really insist, we even show you how to Install it on Tomcat :-)


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