By woodjr on Mar 06, 2007
The Dataverse Network project at Harvard University is setting out to redefine the way that researchers handle data. Their approach? Provide an integrated set of web application software and services for data storage and sharing.
Since they aim to provide long-term storage of important research data, these services must be highly scalable and stable. That's where GlassFish comes into the picture. Merce Crosas, development manager for the project, summed it up by saying: "GlassFish's stability enabled us to concentrate on the code and not worry about the server environment."
Researchers at one of the top universities in the world turned to GlassFish when they needed a platform combining cutting-edge technology with rock-solid stability. Maybe you should too. ;)