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Oracle Updates GlassFish

Delivers on the roadmap laid out at last year’s JavaOne

Oracle Wednesday put out GlassFish Server 3.1, delivering on the roadmap laid out at last year's JavaOne and adding new high-availability features in the areas of load balancing, failover, state management and centralized administration. There's supposed to be a 34% improvement in high-availability performance over GlassFish 2.1.1. As the reference implementation for Java EE, GlassFish Server is the proving grounds for the upcoming Java EE 7. Oracle says GlassFish complements its WebLogic Server 11g, designed to run the broader portfolio of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g and large-scale enterprise applications.

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